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" File: closetag.vim
" Summary: Functions and mappings to close open HTML/XML tags
" Uses: <C-_> -- close matching open tag
" Author: Steven Mueller <>
" Last Modified: Tue May 24 13:29:48 PDT 2005 
" Version: 0.9.1
" XXX - breaks if close attempted while XIM is in preedit mode
" TODO - allow usability as a global plugin -
"    Add g:unaryTagsStack - always contains html tags settings
"    and g:closetag_default_xml - user should define this to default to xml
"    When a close is attempted but b:unaryTagsStack undefined,
"    use b:closetag_html_style to determine if the file is to be treated
"    as html or xml.  Failing that, check the filetype for xml or html.
"    Finally, default to g:closetag_html_style.
"    If the file is html, let b:unaryTagsStack=g:unaryTagsStack
"    otherwise, let b:unaryTagsStack=""
" TODO - make matching work for all comments
"  -- kinda works now, but needs syn sync minlines to be very long
"  -- Only check whether in syntax in the beginning, then store comment tags
"  in the tagstacks to determine whether to move into or out of comment mode
" TODO - The new normal mode mapping clears recent messages with its <ESC>, and
" it doesn't fix the null-undo issue for vim 5.7 anyway.
" TODO - make use of the following neat features:
"  -- the ternary ?: operator
"  -- :echomsg and :echoerr
"  -- curly brace expansion for variables and function name definitions?
"  -- check up on map <blah> \FuncName
" Description:
" This script eases redundant typing when writing html or xml files (even if
" you're very good with ctrl-p and ctrl-n  :).  Hitting ctrl-_ will initiate a
" search for the most recent open tag above that is not closed in the
" intervening space and then insert the matching close tag at the cursor.  In
" normal mode, the close tag is inserted one character after cursor rather than
" at it, as if a<C-_> had been used.  This allows putting close tags at the
" ends of lines while in normal mode, but disallows inserting them in the
" first column.
" For HTML, a configurable list of tags are ignored in the matching process.
" By default, the following tags will not be matched and thus not closed
" automatically: area, base, br, dd, dt, hr, img, input, link, meta, and
" param.
" For XML, all tags must have a closing match or be terminated by />, as in
" <empty-element/>.  These empty element tags are ignored for matching.
" Comment checking is now handled by vim's internal syntax checking.  If tag
" closing is initiated outside a comment, only tags outside of comments will
" be matched.  When closing tags in comments, only tags within comments will
" be matched, skipping any non-commented out code (wee!).  However, the
" process of determining the syntax ID of an arbitrary position can still be
" erroneous if a comment is not detected because the syntax highlighting is
" out of sync, or really slow if syn sync minlines is large.
" Set the b:closetag_disable_synID variable to disable this feature if you
" have really big chunks of comment in your code and closing tags is too slow.
" If syntax highlighting is not enabled, comments will not be handled very
" well.  Commenting out HTML in certain ways may cause a "tag mismatch"
" message and no completion.  For example, '<!--a href="blah">link!</a-->'
" between the cursor and the most recent unclosed open tag above causes
" trouble.  Properly matched well formed tags in comments don't cause a
" problem.
" Install:
" To use, place this file in your standard vim scripts directory, and source
" it while editing the file you wish to close tags in.  If the filetype is not
" set or the file is some sort of template with embedded HTML, you may force
" HTML style tag matching by first defining the b:closetag_html_style buffer
" variable.  Otherwise, the default is XML style tag matching.
" Example:
"   :let b:closetag_html_style=1
"   :source ~/.vim/scripts/closetag.vim
" For greater convenience, load this script in an autocommand:
"   :au Filetype html,xml,xsl source ~/.vim/scripts/closetag.vim
" Also, set noignorecase for html files or edit b:unaryTagsStack to match your
" capitalization style.  You may set this variable before or after loading the
" script, or simply change the file itself.
" Configuration Variables:
" b:unaryTagsStack        Buffer local string containing a whitespace
"                         seperated list of element names that should be
"                         ignored while finding matching closetags.  Checking
"                         is done according to the current setting of the
"                         ignorecase option.
" b:closetag_html_style   Define this (as with let b:closetag_html_style=1)
"                         and source the script again to set the
"                         unaryTagsStack to its default value for html.
" b:closetag_disable_synID  Define this to disable comment checking if tag
"                         closing is too slow.  This can be set or unset
"                         without having to source again.
" Changelog:
" May 24, 2005 Tuesday
"   * Changed function names to be script-local to avoid conflicts with other
"     scripts' stack implementations.
" June 07, 2001 Thursday
"   * Added comment handling.  Currently relies on synID, so if syn sync
"     minlines is small, the chance for failure is high, but if minlines is
"     large, tagclosing becomes rather slow...
"   * Changed normal mode closetag mapping to use <C-R> in insert mode
"     rather than p in normal mode.  This has 2 implications:
"       - Tag closing no longer clobbers the unnamed register
"       - When tag closing fails or finds no match, no longer adds to the undo
"         buffer for recent vim 6.0 development versions.
"       - However, clears the last message when closing tags in normal mode
"   * Changed the closetag_html_style variable to be buffer-local rather than
"     global.
"   * Expanded documentation

" User configurable settings

" if html, don't close certain tags.  Works best if ignorecase is set.
" otherwise, capitalize these elements according to your html editing style
if !exists("b:unaryTagsStack") || exists("b:closetag_html_style")
    if &filetype == "html" || exists("b:closetag_html_style")
	let b:unaryTagsStack="area base br dd dt hr img input link meta param"
    else " for xsl and xsl
	let b:unaryTagsStack=""

" Has this already been loaded?
if exists("loaded_closetag")
let loaded_closetag=1

" set up mappings for tag closing
inoremap <C-_> <C-R>=GetCloseTag()<CR>
map <C-_> a<C-_><ESC>

" Tag closer - uses the stringstack implementation below

" Returns the most recent unclosed tag-name
" (ignores tags in the variable referenced by a:unaryTagsStack)
function! GetLastOpenTag(unaryTagsStack)
    " Search backwards through the file line by line using getline()
    " Overall strategy (moving backwards through the file from the cursor):
    "  Push closing tags onto a stack.
    "  On an opening tag, if the tag matches the stack top, discard both.
    "   -- if the tag doesn't match, signal an error.
    "   -- if the stack is empty, use this tag
    let linenum=line(".")
    let lineend=col(".") - 1 " start: cursor position
    let first=1              " flag for first line searched
    let b:TagStack=""        " main stack of tags
    let startInComment=s:InComment()

    let tagpat='</\=\(\k\|[-:]\)\+\|/>'
    " Search for: closing tags </tag, opening tags <tag, and unary tag ends />
    while (linenum>0)
	" Every time we see an end-tag, we push it on the stack.  When we see an
	" open tag, if the stack isn't empty, we pop it and see if they match.
	" If no, signal an error.
	" If yes, continue searching backwards.
	" If stack is empty, return this open tag as the one that needs closing.
	let line=getline(linenum)
	if first
	    let line=strpart(line,0,lineend)
	    let lineend=strlen(line)
	let b:lineTagStack=""
	let mpos=0
	let b:TagCol=0
	" Search the current line in the forward direction, pushing any tags
	" onto a special stack for the current line
	while (mpos > -1)
	    let mpos=matchend(line,tagpat)
	    if mpos > -1
		let b:TagCol=b:TagCol+mpos
		let tag=matchstr(line,tagpat)
		if exists("b:closetag_disable_synID") || startInComment==s:InCommentAt(linenum, b:TagCol)
		  let b:TagLine=linenum
		  call s:Push(matchstr(tag,'[^<>]\+'),"b:lineTagStack")
		"echo "Tag: ".tag." ending at position ".mpos." in '".line."'."
		let lineend=lineend-mpos
		let line=strpart(line,mpos,lineend)
	" Process the current line stack
	while (!s:EmptystackP("b:lineTagStack"))
	    let tag=s:Pop("b:lineTagStack")
	    if match(tag, "^/") == 0		"found end tag
		call s:Push(tag,"b:TagStack")
		"echo linenum." ".b:TagStack
	    elseif s:EmptystackP("b:TagStack") && !s:Instack(tag, a:unaryTagsStack)	"found unclosed tag
		return tag
		let endtag=s:Peekstack("b:TagStack")
		if endtag == "/".tag || endtag == "/"
		    call s:Pop("b:TagStack")	"found a open/close tag pair
		    "echo linenum." ".b:TagStack
		elseif !s:Instack(tag, a:unaryTagsStack) "we have a mismatch error
		    echohl Error
		    echon "\rError:"
		    echohl None
		    echo " tag mismatch: <".tag."> doesn't match <".endtag.">.  (Line ".linenum." Tagstack: ".b:TagStack.")"
		    return ""
	let linenum=linenum-1 | let first=0
    " At this point, we have exhausted the file and not found any opening tag
    echo "No opening tags."
    return ""

" Returns closing tag for most recent unclosed tag, respecting the
" current setting of b:unaryTagsStack for tags that should not be closed
function! GetCloseTag()
    let tag=GetLastOpenTag("b:unaryTagsStack")
    if tag == ""
	return ""
	return "</".tag.">"

" return 1 if the cursor is in a syntactically identified comment field
" (fails for empty lines: always returns not-in-comment)
function! s:InComment()
    return synIDattr(synID(line("."), col("."), 0), "name") =~ 'Comment'

" return 1 if the position specified is in a syntactically identified comment field
function! s:InCommentAt(line, col)
    return synIDattr(synID(a:line, a:col, 0), "name") =~ 'Comment'

" String Stacks
" These are strings of whitespace-separated elements, matched using the \< and
" \> patterns after setting the iskeyword option.
" The sname argument should contain a symbolic reference to the stack variable
" on which method should operate on (i.e., sname should be a string containing
" a fully qualified (ie: g:, b:, etc) variable name.)

" Helper functions
function! s:SetKeywords()
    let g:IsKeywordBak=&iskeyword
    let &iskeyword="33-255"

function! s:RestoreKeywords()
    let &iskeyword=g:IsKeywordBak

" Push el onto the stack referenced by sname
function! s:Push(el, sname)
    if !s:EmptystackP(a:sname)
	exe "let ".a:sname."=a:el.' '.".a:sname
	exe "let ".a:sname."=a:el"

" Check whether the stack is empty
function! s:EmptystackP(sname)
    exe "let stack=".a:sname
    if match(stack,"^ *$") == 0
	return 1
	return 0

" Return 1 if el is in stack sname, else 0.
function! s:Instack(el, sname)
    exe "let stack=".a:sname
    call s:SetKeywords()
    let m=match(stack, "\\<".a:el."\\>")
    call s:RestoreKeywords()
    if m < 0
	return 0
	return 1

" Return the first element in the stack
function! s:Peekstack(sname)
    call s:SetKeywords()
    exe "let stack=".a:sname
    let top=matchstr(stack, "\\<.\\{-1,}\\>")
    call s:RestoreKeywords()
    return top

" Remove and return the first element in the stack
function! s:Pop(sname)
    if s:EmptystackP(a:sname)
	echo "Error!  Stack ".a:sname." is empty and can't be popped."
	return ""
    exe "let stack=".a:sname
    " Find the first space, loc is 0-based.  Marks the end of 1st elt in stack.
    call s:SetKeywords()
    let loc=matchend(stack,"\\<.\\{-1,}\\>")
    exe "let ".a:sname."=strpart(stack, loc+1, strlen(stack))"
    let top=strpart(stack, match(stack, "\\<"), loc)
    call s:RestoreKeywords()
    return top

function! s:Clearstack(sname)
    exe "let ".a:sname."=''"