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;;; dos-fns.el --- MS-Dos specific functions

;; Copyright (C) 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
;;   2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

;; Maintainer: Morten Welinder <terra@diku.dk>
;; Keywords: internal

;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.

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;;; Commentary:

;; Part of this code is taken from (or derived from) demacs.

;;; Code:

(declare-function int86 "dosfns.c")
(declare-function msdos-long-file-names "msdos.c")

;; This overrides a trivial definition in files.el.
(defun convert-standard-filename (filename)
  "Convert a standard file's name to something suitable for the current OS.
This means to guarantee valid names and perhaps to canonicalize
certain patterns.

On Windows and DOS, replace invalid characters.  On DOS, make
sure to obey the 8.3 limitations.  On Windows, turn Cygwin names
into native names, and also turn slashes into backslashes if the
shell requires it (see `w32-shell-dos-semantics')."
  (if (or (not (stringp filename))
	  ;; This catches the case where FILENAME is "x:" or "x:/" or
	  ;; "/", thus preventing infinite recursion.
	  (string-match "\\`\\([a-zA-Z]:\\)?[/\\]?\\'" filename))
      filename
    (let ((flen (length filename)))
      ;; If FILENAME has a trailing slash, remove it and recurse.
      (if (memq (aref filename (1- flen)) '(?/ ?\\))
	  (concat (convert-standard-filename
		   (substring filename 0 (1- flen)))
		  "/")
	(let* (;; ange-ftp gets in the way for names like "/foo:bar".
	       ;; We need to inhibit all magic file names, because
	       ;; remote file names should never be passed through
	       ;; this function, as they are not meant for the local
	       ;; filesystem!
	       (file-name-handler-alist nil)
	       (dir
		;; If FILENAME is "x:foo", file-name-directory returns
		;; "x:/bar/baz", substituting the current working
		;; directory on drive x:.  We want to be left with "x:"
		;; instead.
		(if (and (< 1 flen)
			 (eq (aref filename 1) ?:)
			 (null (string-match "[/\\]" filename)))
		    (substring filename 0 2)
		  (file-name-directory filename)))
	       (dlen-m-1 (1- (length dir)))
	       (string (copy-sequence (file-name-nondirectory filename)))
	       (lastchar (aref string (1- (length string))))
	       i firstdot)
	  (cond
	   ((msdos-long-file-names)
	    ;; Replace characters that are invalid even on Windows.
	    (while (setq i (string-match "[?*:<>|\"\000-\037]" string))
	      (aset string i ?!)))
	   ((not (member string '("" "." "..")))
	    ;; Change a leading period to a leading underscore.
	    (if (= (aref string 0) ?.)
		(aset string 0 ?_))
	    ;; If the name is longer than 8 chars, and doesn't have a
	    ;; period, and we have a dash or underscore that isn't too
	    ;; close to the beginning, change that to a period.  This
	    ;; is so we could salvage more characters of the original
	    ;; name by pushing them into the extension.
	    (if (and (not (string-match "\\." string))
		     (> (length string) 8)
		     ;; We don't gain anything if we put the period closer
		     ;; than 5 chars from the beginning (5 + 3 = 8).
		     (setq i (string-match "[-_]" string 5)))
		(aset string i ?\.))
	    ;; Get rid of invalid characters.
	    (while (setq i (string-match
			    "[^-a-zA-Z0-9_.%~^$!#&{}@`'()\200-\376]"
			    string))
	      (aset string i ?_))
	    ;; If we don't have a period in the first 8 chars, insert one.
	    ;; This enables to have 3 more characters from the original
	    ;; name in the extension.
	    (if (> (or (string-match "\\." string) (length string))
		   8)
		(setq string
		      (concat (substring string 0 8)
			      "."
			      (substring string 8))))
	    (setq firstdot (or (string-match "\\." string)
			       (1- (length string))))
	    ;; Truncate to 3 chars after the first period.
	    (if (> (length string) (+ firstdot 4))
		(setq string (substring string 0 (+ firstdot 4))))
	    ;; Change all periods except the first one into underscores.
	    ;; (DOS doesn't allow more than one period.)
	    (while (string-match "\\." string (1+ firstdot))
	      (setq i (string-match "\\." string (1+ firstdot)))
	      (aset string i ?_))
	    ;; If the last character of the original filename was `~' or `#',
	    ;; make sure the munged name ends with it also.  This is so that
	    ;; backup and auto-save files retain their telltale form.
	    (if (memq lastchar '(?~ ?#))
		(aset string (1- (length string)) lastchar))))
	  (concat (if (and (stringp dir)
			   (memq (aref dir dlen-m-1) '(?/ ?\\)))
		      (concat (convert-standard-filename
			       (substring dir 0 dlen-m-1))
			      "/")
		    (convert-standard-filename dir))
		  string))))))

(defun dos-8+3-filename (filename)
  "Truncate FILENAME to DOS 8+3 limits."
  (if (or (not (stringp filename))
	  (< (length filename) 5))	; too short to give any trouble
      filename
    (let ((flen (length filename)))
      ;; If FILENAME has a trailing slash, remove it and recurse.
      (if (memq (aref filename (1- flen)) '(?/ ?\\))
	  (concat (dos-8+3-filename (substring filename 0 (1- flen)))
		  "/")
	(let* (;; ange-ftp gets in the way for names like "/foo:bar".
	       ;; We need to inhibit all magic file names, because
	       ;; remote file names should never be passed through
	       ;; this function, as they are not meant for the local
	       ;; filesystem!
	       (file-name-handler-alist nil)
	       (dir
		;; If FILENAME is "x:foo", file-name-directory returns
		;; "x:/bar/baz", substituting the current working
		;; directory on drive x:.  We want to be left with "x:"
		;; instead.
		(if (and (< 1 flen)
			 (eq (aref filename 1) ?:)
			 (null (string-match "[/\\]" filename)))
		    (substring filename 0 2)
		  (file-name-directory filename)))
	       (dlen-m-1 (1- (length dir)))
	       (string (copy-sequence (file-name-nondirectory filename)))
	       (strlen (length string))
	       (lastchar (aref string (1- strlen)))
	       i firstdot)
	  (setq firstdot (string-match "\\." string))
	  (cond
	   (firstdot
	    ;; Truncate the extension to 3 characters.
	    (if (> strlen (+ firstdot 4))
		(setq string (substring string 0 (+ firstdot 4))))
	    ;; Truncate the basename to 8 characters.
	    (if (> firstdot 8)
		(setq string (concat (substring string 0 8)
				     "."
				     (substring string (1+ firstdot))))))
	   ((> strlen 8)
	    ;; No dot; truncate file name to 8 characters.
	    (setq string (substring string 0 8))))
	  ;; If the last character of the original filename was `~',
	  ;; make sure the munged name ends with it also.  This is so
	  ;; a backup file retains its final `~'.
	  (if (equal lastchar ?~)
	      (aset string (1- (length string)) lastchar))
	  (concat (if (and (stringp dir)
			   (memq (aref dir dlen-m-1) '(?/ ?\\)))
		      (concat (dos-8+3-filename (substring dir 0 dlen-m-1))
			      "/")
		    ;; Recurse to truncate the leading directories.
		    (dos-8+3-filename dir))
		  string))))))

;; This is for the sake of standard file names elsewhere in Emacs that
;; are defined as constant strings or via defconst, and whose
;; conversion via `convert-standard-filename' does not give good
;; enough results.
(defun dosified-file-name (file-name)
  "Return a variant of FILE-NAME that is valid on MS-DOS filesystems.

This function is for those rare cases where `convert-standard-filename'
does not do a job that is good enough, e.g. if you need to preserve the
file-name extension.  It recognizes only certain specific file names
that are used in Emacs Lisp sources; any other file name will be
returned unaltered."
  (cond
   ;; See files.el:dir-locals-file.
   ((string= file-name ".dir-locals.el")
    "_dir-locals.el")
   (t
    file-name)))

;; See dos-vars.el for defcustom.
(defvar msdos-shells)

;; Override settings chosen at startup.
(defun set-default-process-coding-system ()
  (setq default-process-coding-system
	(if default-enable-multibyte-characters
	    '(undecided-dos . undecided-dos)
	  '(raw-text-dos . raw-text-dos))))

(add-hook 'before-init-hook 'set-default-process-coding-system)

;; File names defined in preloaded packages can be incorrect or
;; invalid if long file names were available during dumping, but not
;; at runtime, or vice versa, and if the default file name begins with
;; a period.  Their defcustom's need to be reevaluated at startup.  To
;; see if the list of defcustom's below is up to date, run the command
;; "M-x apropos-value RET ~/\. RET".
(defun dos-reevaluate-defcustoms ()
  ;; This was computed in paths.el, but that was at dump time.
  (setq abbrev-file-name
	(if (msdos-long-file-names)
	    "~/.abbrev_defs"
	  "~/_abbrev.defs"))
  ;; This was computed in loaddefs.el, but that was at dump time.
  (setq calc-settings-file
	(if (msdos-long-file-names)
	    "~/.calc.el"
	  "~/_calc.el"))
  (custom-reevaluate-setting 'trash-directory))

(add-hook 'before-init-hook 'dos-reevaluate-defcustoms)

(defvar register-name-alist
  '((ax . 0) (bx . 1) (cx . 2) (dx . 3) (si . 4) (di . 5)
    (cflag . 6) (flags . 7)
    (al . (0 . 0)) (bl . (1 . 0)) (cl . (2 . 0)) (dl . (3 . 0))
    (ah . (0 . 1)) (bh . (1 . 1)) (ch . (2 . 1)) (dh . (3 . 1))))

(defun make-register ()
  (make-vector 8 0))

(defun register-value (regs name)
  (let ((where (cdr (assoc name register-name-alist))))
    (cond ((consp where)
	   (let ((tem (aref regs (car where))))
	     (if (zerop (cdr where))
		 (% tem 256)
	       (/ tem 256))))
	  ((numberp where)
	   (aref regs where))
	  (t nil))))

(defun set-register-value (regs name value)
  (and (numberp value)
       (>= value 0)
       (let ((where (cdr (assoc name register-name-alist))))
	 (cond ((consp where)
		(let ((tem (aref regs (car where)))
		      (value (logand value 255)))
		  (aset regs
			(car where)
			(if (zerop (cdr where))
			    (logior (logand tem 65280) value)
			  (logior (logand tem 255) (lsh value 8))))))
	       ((numberp where)
		(aset regs where (logand value 65535))))))
  regs)

(defsubst intdos (regs)
  (int86 33 regs))

;; Backward compatibility for obsolescent functions which
;; set screen size.

(defun mode25 ()
  "Changes the number of screen rows to 25."
  (interactive)
  (set-frame-size (selected-frame) 80 25))

(defun mode4350 ()
  "Changes the number of rows to 43 or 50.
Emacs always tries to set the screen height to 50 rows first.
If this fails, it will try to set it to 43 rows, on the assumption
that your video hardware might not support 50-line mode."
  (interactive)
  (set-frame-size (selected-frame) 80 50)
  (if (eq (frame-height (selected-frame)) 50)
      nil  ; the original built-in function returned nil
    (set-frame-size (selected-frame) 80 43)))

(provide 'dos-fns)

;; arch-tag: 00b03579-8ebb-4a02-8762-5c5a929774ad
;;; dos-fns.el ends here