;;; ibuf-macs.el --- macros for ibuffer
;; Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
;; 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Colin Walters <firstname.lastname@example.org>
;; Maintainer: John Paul Wallington <email@example.com>
;; Created: 6 Dec 2001
;; Keywords: buffer, convenience
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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;; Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
;; From Paul Graham's "ANSI Common Lisp", adapted for Emacs Lisp here.
(defmacro ibuffer-aif (test true-body &rest false-body)
"Evaluate TRUE-BODY or FALSE-BODY depending on value of TEST.
If TEST returns non-nil, bind `it' to the value, and evaluate
TRUE-BODY. Otherwise, evaluate forms in FALSE-BODY as if in `progn'.
Compare with `if'."
(let ((sym (make-symbol "ibuffer-aif-sym")))
`(let ((,sym ,test))
(let ((it ,sym))
;; (put 'ibuffer-aif 'lisp-indent-function 2)
(defmacro ibuffer-awhen (test &rest body)
"Evaluate BODY if TEST returns non-nil.
During evaluation of body, bind `it' to the value returned by TEST."
;; (put 'ibuffer-awhen 'lisp-indent-function 1)
(defmacro ibuffer-save-marks (&rest body)
"Save the marked status of the buffers and execute BODY; restore marks."
(let ((bufsym (make-symbol "bufsym")))
`(let ((,bufsym (current-buffer))
;; Get rid of dead buffers
(mapcar #'(lambda (e) (when (buffer-live-p (car e))
;; (put 'ibuffer-save-marks 'lisp-indent-function 0)
(defmacro* define-ibuffer-column (symbol (&key name inline props summarizer
header-mouse-map) &rest body)
"Define a column SYMBOL for use with `ibuffer-formats'.
BODY will be called with `buffer' bound to the buffer object, and
`mark' bound to the current mark on the buffer. The original ibuffer
buffer will be bound to `ibuffer-buf'.
If NAME is given, it will be used as a title for the column.
Otherwise, the title will default to a capitalized version of the
SYMBOL's name. PROPS is a plist of additional properties to add to
the text, such as `mouse-face'. And SUMMARIZER, if given, is a
function which will be passed a list of all the strings in its column;
it should return a string to display at the bottom.
If HEADER-MOUSE-MAP is given, it will be used as a keymap for the
title of the column.
Note that this macro expands into a `defun' for a function named
ibuffer-make-column-NAME. If INLINE is non-nil, then the form will be
inlined into the compiled format versions. This means that if you
change its definition, you should explicitly call
\(fn SYMBOL (&key NAME INLINE PROPS SUMMARIZER) &rest BODY)"
(let* ((sym (intern (concat "ibuffer-make-column-"
(bod-1 `(with-current-buffer buffer
(bod (if props
`(push '(,sym ,bod) ibuffer-inline-columns)
`(defun ,sym (buffer mark)
(put (quote ,sym) 'ibuffer-column-name
,(if (stringp name)
(capitalize (symbol-name symbol))))
,(if header-mouse-map `(put (quote ,sym) 'header-mouse-map ,header-mouse-map))
;; Store the name of the summarizing function.
`(put (quote ,sym) 'ibuffer-column-summarizer
;; This will store the actual values of the column
`(put (quote ,sym) 'ibuffer-column-summary nil))
;; (put 'define-ibuffer-column 'lisp-indent-function 'defun)
(defmacro* define-ibuffer-sorter (name documentation
"Define a method of sorting named NAME.
DOCUMENTATION is the documentation of the function, which will be called
DESCRIPTION is a short string describing the sorting method.
For sorting, the forms in BODY will be evaluated with `a' bound to one
buffer object, and `b' bound to another. BODY should return a non-nil
value if and only if `a' is \"less than\" `b'.
\(fn NAME DOCUMENTATION (&key DESCRIPTION) &rest BODY)"
(defun ,(intern (concat "ibuffer-do-sort-by-" (symbol-name name))) ()
,(or documentation "No :documentation specified for this sorting method.")
(setq ibuffer-sorting-mode ',name)
(push (list ',name ,description
#'(lambda (a b)
;; (put 'define-ibuffer-sorter 'lisp-indent-function 1)
(defmacro* define-ibuffer-op (op args
(opstring "operated on")
(active-opstring "Operate on")
"Generate a function which operates on a buffer.
OP becomes the name of the function; if it doesn't begin with
`ibuffer-do-', then that is prepended to it.
When an operation is performed, this function will be called once for
each marked buffer, with that buffer current.
ARGS becomes the formal parameters of the function.
DOCUMENTATION becomes the docstring of the function.
INTERACTIVE becomes the interactive specification of the function.
MARK describes which type of mark (:deletion, or nil) this operation
uses. :deletion means the function operates on buffers marked for
deletion, otherwise it acts on normally marked buffers.
MODIFIER-P describes how the function modifies buffers. This is used
to set the modification flag of the Ibuffer buffer itself. Valid
nil - the function never modifiers buffers
t - the function it always modifies buffers
:maybe - attempt to discover this information by comparing the
buffer's modification flag.
DANGEROUS is a boolean which should be set if the user should be
prompted before performing this operation.
OPSTRING is a string which will be displayed to the user after the
operation is complete, in the form:
\"Operation complete; OPSTRING x buffers\"
ACTIVE-OPSTRING is a string which will be displayed to the user in a
confirmation message, in the form:
\"Really ACTIVE-OPSTRING x buffers?\"
COMPLEX means this function is special; see the source code of this
macro for exactly what it does.
\(fn OP ARGS DOCUMENTATION (&key INTERACTIVE MARK MODIFIER-P DANGEROUS OPSTRING ACTIVE-OPSTRING COMPLEX) &rest BODY)"
(defun ,(intern (concat (if (string-match "^ibuffer-do" (symbol-name op))
"" "ibuffer-do-") (symbol-name op)))
,(if (stringp documentation)
(format "%s marked buffers." active-opstring))
,(if (not (null interactive))
(assert (eq major-mode 'ibuffer-mode))
(setq ibuffer-did-modification nil)
(let ((marked-names (,(case mark
(when (null marked-names)
(setq marked-names (list (buffer-name (ibuffer-current-buffer))))
(ibuffer-set-mark ,(case mark
,(let* ((finish (append
(if (eq modifier-p t)
'((setq ibuffer-did-modification t))
(message ,(concat "Operation finished; " opstring " %s buffers") count))))
(inner-body (if complex
(body `(let ((count
#'(lambda (buf mark)
,(if (eq modifier-p :maybe)
(when (not (eq ibuffer-tmp-previous-buffer-modification
(setq ibuffer-did-modification t))))
`(when (ibuffer-confirm-operation-on ,active-opstring marked-names)
;; (put 'define-ibuffer-op 'lisp-indent-function 2)
(defmacro* define-ibuffer-filter (name documentation
"Define a filter named NAME.
DOCUMENTATION is the documentation of the function.
READER is a form which should read a qualifier from the user.
DESCRIPTION is a short string describing the filter.
BODY should contain forms which will be evaluated to test whether or
not a particular buffer should be displayed or not. The forms in BODY
will be evaluated with BUF bound to the buffer object, and QUALIFIER
bound to the current value of the filter.
\(fn NAME DOCUMENTATION (&key READER DESCRIPTION) &rest BODY)"
(let ((fn-name (intern (concat "ibuffer-filter-by-" (symbol-name name)))))
(defun ,fn-name (qualifier)
,(concat (or documentation "This filter is not documented."))
(interactive (list ,reader))
(ibuffer-push-filter (cons ',name qualifier))
(format ,(concat (format "Filter by %s added: " description)
(ibuffer-update nil t))
(push (list ',name ,description
#'(lambda (buf qualifier)
;; (put 'define-ibuffer-filter 'lisp-indent-function 2)
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;;; ibuf-macs.el ends here