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# Name: pascal.py                                                             #
# Purpose: Define Pascal syntax for highlighting and other features           #
# Author: Cody Precord <cprecord@editra.org>                                  #
# Copyright: (c) 2007 Cody Precord <staff@editra.org>                         #
# License: wxWindows License                                                  #
###############################################################################

"""
FILE: pascal.py
AUTHOR: Cody Precord
@summary: Lexer configuration module for Pacal.
@todo: Add Support for Turbo Pascal

"""

__author__ = "Cody Precord <cprecord@editra.org>"
__svnid__ = "$Id: _pascal.py 66108 2010-11-10 21:04:54Z CJP $"
__revision__ = "$Revision: 66108 $"

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#
# Imports
import wx
import wx.stc as stc

# Local Imports
import syndata

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

#---- Keyword Specifications ----#

# Pascal Keywords
PAS_KEYWORDS = (0, "and array asm begin case cdecl class const constructor "
                   "default destructor div do downto else end end. except exit "
                   "exports external far file finalization finally for "
                   "function goto if implementation in index inherited "
                   "initialization inline interface label library message mod "
                   "near nil not object of on or out overload override packed "
                   "pascal private procedure program property protected public "
                   "published raise read record register repeat resourcestring "
                   "safecall set shl shr stdcall stored string then threadvar "
                   "to try type unit until uses var virtual while with write "
                   "xor")

# Pascal Classwords (Types)
PAS_CLASSWORDS = (1, "array boolean char integer file pointer real set string "
                    "text variant write read default public protected private "
                    "property published stored")

# Pascal Std Functions
PAS_FUNCT = ("pack unpack Dispose New Abs Arctan Cos Exp Ln Sin Sqr Sqrt Eof "
             "Eoln Write Writeln Input Output Get Page Put Odd Pred Succ Chr "
             "Ord Round Trunc")

#---- Syntax Style Specs ----#
if wx.VERSION >= (2, 9, 0, 0, ''):
    SYNTAX_ITEMS = [ (stc.STC_PAS_ASM, 'default_style'), #TODO
                     (stc.STC_PAS_CHARACTER, 'char_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_COMMENT, 'comment_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_COMMENT2, 'comment_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_COMMENTLINE, 'comment_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_DEFAULT, 'default_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_HEXNUMBER, 'number_style'), #TODO?
                     (stc.STC_PAS_IDENTIFIER, 'default_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_NUMBER, 'number_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_OPERATOR, 'operator_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_PREPROCESSOR, 'pre_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_PREPROCESSOR2, 'default_style'), #TODO
                     (stc.STC_PAS_STRING, 'string_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_STRINGEOL, 'stringeol_style'),
                     (stc.STC_PAS_WORD, 'keyword_style'), ]
else:
    # Pascal Lexer Uses C values, but need to adjust styles accordingly
    SYNTAX_ITEMS = [ (stc.STC_C_DEFAULT, 'default_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_COMMENT, 'comment_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_COMMENTDOC, 'comment_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_COMMENTDOCKEYWORD, 'dockey_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_COMMENTDOCKEYWORDERROR, 'error_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_COMMENTLINE, 'comment_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_COMMENTLINEDOC, 'comment_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_CHARACTER, 'char_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_GLOBALCLASS, 'global_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_IDENTIFIER, 'default_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_NUMBER, 'number_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_OPERATOR, 'operator_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_PREPROCESSOR, 'pre_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_REGEX, 'pre_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_STRING, 'string_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_STRINGEOL, 'stringeol_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_UUID, 'pre_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_VERBATIM, 'number2_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_WORD, 'keyword_style'),
                     (stc.STC_C_WORD2, 'keyword2_style') ]

#---- Extra Properties ----#
FOLD = ("fold", "1")
FLD_COMMENT = ("fold.comment", "1")

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

class SyntaxData(syndata.SyntaxDataBase):
    """SyntaxData object for Pascal""" 
    def __init__(self, langid):
        super(SyntaxData, self).__init__(langid)

        # Setup
        self.SetLexer(stc.STC_LEX_PASCAL)

    def GetKeywords(self):
        """Returns Specified Keywords List """
        return [PAS_KEYWORDS, PAS_CLASSWORDS]

    def GetSyntaxSpec(self):
        """Syntax Specifications """
        return SYNTAX_ITEMS

    def GetProperties(self):
        """Returns a list of Extra Properties to set """
        return [FOLD, FLD_COMMENT]

    def GetCommentPattern(self):
        """Returns a list of characters used to comment a block of code """
        return [u'{', u'}']
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