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 2001-02-28  Steve Youngs  <youngs@xemacs.org>
 
 	* Makefile (REQUIRES): Add mail-lib.
+	(ELCS): Add missing .elc files.
 
 	* Import cc-mode 5.28.
 
 REQUIRES = xemacs-base mail-lib
 CATEGORY = prog
 
-ELCS = cc-defs.elc cc-align.elc cc-cmds.elc cc-compat.elc cc-engine.elc \
-	cc-langs.elc cc-menus.elc cc-mode.elc cc-styles.elc cc-vars.elc \
-	cc-lobotomy.elc cc-guess.elc
+ELCS = cc-bytecomp.elc cc-align.elc cc-cmds.elc cc-compat.elc cc-defs.elc \
+	cc-engine.elc cc-guess.elc cc-langs.elc cc-lobotomy.elc cc-make.elc \
+	cc-menus.elc cc-mode-19.elc cc-mode.elc cc-styles.elc cc-vars.elc
+
 INFO_FILES = $(PACKAGE).info*
 TEXI_FILES = $(PACKAGE).texi
 MANUAL = $(PACKAGE)
+;;; cc-bytecomp.el --- Compile time setup for proper compilation
+
+;; Copyright (C) 2000, 01 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+;; Author:     Martin Stjernholm
+;; Maintainer: bug-cc-mode@gnu.org
+;; Created:    15-Jul-2000
+;; Version:    See cc-mode.el
+;; Keywords:   c languages oop
+
+;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+;; (at your option) any later version.
+
+;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
+;; GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+;; along with this program; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
+;; the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
+;; Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
+
+;;; Commentary:
+
+;; This file is used to ensure that the CC Mode files are correctly
+;; compiled regardless the environment (e.g. if an older CC Mode with
+;; outdated macros are loaded during compilation).  It also provides
+;; features to defeat the compiler warnings for selected symbols.
+
+
+(defvar cc-bytecomp-unbound-variables nil)
+(defvar cc-bytecomp-original-functions nil)
+(defvar cc-bytecomp-original-properties nil)
+(defvar cc-bytecomp-load-depth 0)
+(defvar cc-bytecomp-loaded-files nil)
+(defvar cc-bytecomp-environment-set nil)
+
+(put 'cc-eval-when-compile 'lisp-indent-hook 0)
+(defmacro cc-eval-when-compile (&rest body)
+  "Like `progn', but evaluates the body at compile time.
+The result of the body appears to the compiler as a quoted constant.
+
+This variant works around what looks like a bug in
+`eval-when-compile': During byte compilation it byte compiles its
+contents before evaluating it.  That can cause forms to be compiled in
+situations they aren't intended to be compiled.  See cc-bytecomp.el
+for further discussion."
+  ;;
+  ;; Example: It's not possible to defsubst a primitive, e.g. the
+  ;; following will produce an error (in any emacs flavor), since
+  ;; `nthcdr' is a primitive function that's handled specially by the
+  ;; byte compiler and thus can't be redefined:
+  ;;
+  ;;     (defsubst nthcdr (val) val)
+  ;;
+  ;; `defsubst', like `defmacro', needs to be evaluated at compile
+  ;; time, so this will produce an error during byte compilation.
+  ;;
+  ;; CC Mode occasionally needs to do things like this for cross-emacs
+  ;; compatibility (although we try to avoid it since it results in
+  ;; byte code that isn't compatible between emacsen).  It therefore
+  ;; uses the following to conditionally do a `defsubst':
+  ;;
+  ;;     (eval-when-compile
+  ;;       (if (not (fboundp 'foo))
+  ;;           (defsubst foo ...)))
+  ;;
+  ;; But `eval-when-compile' byte compiles its contents and _then_
+  ;; evaluates it (in all current emacs versions, up to and including
+  ;; Emacs 20.6 and XEmacs 21.1 as of this writing).  So this will
+  ;; still produce an error, since the byte compiler will get to the
+  ;; defsubst anyway.  That's arguably a bug because the point with
+  ;; `eval-when-compile' is that it should evaluate rather than
+  ;; compile its contents.
+  `(eval-when-compile (eval '(progn ,@body))))
+
+(defun cc-bytecomp-setup-environment ()
+  ;; Eval'ed during compilation to setup variables, functions etc
+  ;; declared with `cc-bytecomp-defvar' et al.
+  (if (= cc-bytecomp-load-depth 0)
+      (let (p)
+	(if cc-bytecomp-environment-set
+	    (error "Byte compilation environment already set - \
+perhaps a `cc-bytecomp-restore-environment' is forgotten somewhere"))
+	(setq p cc-bytecomp-unbound-variables)
+	(while p
+	  (if (not (boundp (car p)))
+	      (progn
+		(eval `(defvar ,(car p)))
+		(set (car p) 'cc-bytecomp-ignore)))
+	  (setq p (cdr p)))
+	(setq p cc-bytecomp-original-functions)
+	(while p
+	  (let ((fun (car (car p)))
+		(temp-macro (car (cdr (car p)))))
+	    (if temp-macro
+		(eval `(defmacro ,fun ,@temp-macro))
+	      (fset fun 'cc-bytecomp-ignore)))
+	  (setq p (cdr p)))
+	(setq p cc-bytecomp-original-properties)
+	(while p
+	  (let ((sym (car (car (car p))))
+		(prop (cdr (car (car p))))
+		(tempdef (car (cdr (car p)))))
+	    (put sym prop tempdef))
+	  (setq p (cdr p)))
+	(setq cc-bytecomp-environment-set t))))
+
+(defun cc-bytecomp-restore-environment ()
+  ;; Eval'ed during compilation to restore variables, functions etc
+  ;; declared with `cc-bytecomp-defvar' et al.
+  (if (= cc-bytecomp-load-depth 0)
+      (let (p)
+	(setq p cc-bytecomp-unbound-variables)
+	(while p
+	  (let ((var (car p)))
+	    (if (and (boundp var)
+		     (eq var 'cc-bytecomp-ignore))
+		(makunbound var)))
+	  (setq p (cdr p)))
+	(setq p cc-bytecomp-original-functions)
+	(while p
+	  (let ((fun (car (car p)))
+		(def (car (cdr (cdr (car p))))))
+	    (if (and (fboundp fun)
+		     (eq (symbol-function fun) 'cc-bytecomp-ignore))
+		(if (eq def 'unbound)
+		    (fmakunbound fun)
+		  (fset fun def))))
+	  (setq p (cdr p)))
+	(setq p cc-bytecomp-original-properties)
+	(while p
+	  (let ((sym (car (car (car p))))
+		(prop (cdr (car (car p))))
+		(tempdef (car (cdr (car p))))
+		(origdef (cdr (cdr (car p)))))
+	    (if (eq (get sym prop) tempdef)
+		(put sym prop origdef)))
+	  (setq p (cdr p)))
+	(setq cc-bytecomp-environment-set nil))))
+
+(defun cc-bytecomp-load (cc-part)
+  ;; Eval'ed during compilation to load a CC Mode file from the source
+  ;; directory (assuming it's the same as the compiled file
+  ;; destination dir).
+  (if (and (boundp 'byte-compile-dest-file)
+	   (stringp byte-compile-dest-file))
+      (progn
+	(cc-bytecomp-restore-environment)
+	(let ((cc-bytecomp-load-depth (1+ cc-bytecomp-load-depth))
+	      (load-path
+	       (cons (file-name-directory byte-compile-dest-file)
+		     load-path))
+	      (cc-file (concat cc-part ".el")))
+	  (if (member cc-file cc-bytecomp-loaded-files)
+	      ()
+	    (setq cc-bytecomp-loaded-files
+		  (cons cc-file cc-bytecomp-loaded-files))
+	    (load cc-file nil t t)))
+	(cc-bytecomp-setup-environment)
+	t)))
+
+(defmacro cc-require (cc-part)
+  "Force loading of the corresponding .el file in the current
+directory during compilation, but compile in a `require'.  Don't use
+within `eval-when-compile'.
+
+Having cyclic cc-require's will result in infinite recursion.  That's
+somewhat intentional."
+  `(progn
+     (cc-eval-when-compile (cc-bytecomp-load (symbol-name ,cc-part)))
+     (require ,cc-part)))
+
+(defmacro cc-provide (feature)
+  "A replacement for the `provide' form that restores the environment
+after the compilation.  Don't use within `eval-when-compile'."
+  `(progn
+     (eval-when-compile (cc-bytecomp-restore-environment))
+     (provide ,feature)))
+
+(defmacro cc-load (cc-part)
+  "Force loading of the corresponding .el file in the current
+directory during compilation.  Don't use outside `eval-when-compile'
+or `eval-and-compile'.
+
+Having cyclic cc-load's will result in infinite recursion.  That's
+somewhat intentional."
+  `(or (and (featurep 'cc-bytecomp)
+	    (cc-bytecomp-load ,cc-part))
+       (load ,cc-part nil t nil)))
+
+(defun cc-bytecomp-is-compiling ()
+  "Return non-nil if eval'ed during compilation.  Don't use outside
+`eval-when-compile'."
+  (and (boundp 'byte-compile-dest-file)
+       (stringp byte-compile-dest-file)))
+
+(defmacro cc-bytecomp-defvar (var)
+  "Binds the symbol as a variable during compilation of the file,
+to silence the byte compiler.  Don't use within `eval-when-compile'."
+  `(eval-when-compile
+     (if (boundp ',var)
+	 nil
+       (if (not (memq ',var cc-bytecomp-unbound-variables))
+	   (setq cc-bytecomp-unbound-variables
+		 (cons ',var cc-bytecomp-unbound-variables)))
+       (if (and (cc-bytecomp-is-compiling)
+		(= cc-bytecomp-load-depth 0))
+	   (progn
+	     (defvar ,var)
+	     (set ',var 'cc-bytecomp-ignore))))))
+
+(defmacro cc-bytecomp-defun (fun)
+  "Bind the symbol as a function during compilation of the file,
+to silence the byte compiler.  Don't use within `eval-when-compile'."
+  `(eval-when-compile
+     (if (not (assq ',fun cc-bytecomp-original-functions))
+	 (setq cc-bytecomp-original-functions
+	       (cons (list ',fun
+			   nil
+			   (if (fboundp ',fun)
+			       (symbol-function ',fun)
+			     'unbound))
+		     cc-bytecomp-original-functions)))
+     (if (and (cc-bytecomp-is-compiling)
+	      (= cc-bytecomp-load-depth 0)
+	      (not (fboundp ',fun)))
+	 (fset ',fun 'cc-bytecomp-ignore))))
+
+(put 'cc-bytecomp-defmacro 'lisp-indent-function 'defun)
+(defmacro cc-bytecomp-defmacro (fun &rest temp-macro)
+  "Bind the symbol as a macro during compilation (and evaluation) of the
+file.  Don't use outside `eval-when-compile'."
+  `(progn
+     (if (not (assq ',fun cc-bytecomp-original-functions))
+	 (setq cc-bytecomp-original-functions
+	       (cons (list ',fun
+			   ',temp-macro
+			   (if (fboundp ',fun)
+			       (symbol-function ',fun)
+			     'unbound))
+		     cc-bytecomp-original-functions)))
+     (defmacro ,fun ,@temp-macro)))
+
+(defmacro cc-bytecomp-put (symbol propname value)
+  "Set a property on a symbol during compilation (and evaluation) of
+the file.  Don't use outside `eval-when-compile'."
+  `(cc-eval-when-compile
+     (if (not (assoc (cons ,symbol ,propname) cc-bytecomp-original-properties))
+	 (setq cc-bytecomp-original-properties
+	       (cons (cons (cons ,symbol ,propname)
+			   (cons ,value (get ,symbol ,propname)))
+		     cc-bytecomp-original-properties)))
+     (put ,symbol ,propname ,value)))
+
+(defmacro cc-bytecomp-obsolete-var (symbol)
+  "Suppress warnings about that the given symbol is an obsolete variable.
+Don't use within `eval-when-compile'."
+  `(eval-when-compile
+     (if (get ',symbol 'byte-obsolete-variable)
+	 (cc-bytecomp-put ',symbol 'byte-obsolete-variable nil))))
+
+(defun cc-bytecomp-ignore-obsolete (form)
+  ;; Wraps a call to `byte-compile-obsolete' that suppresses the warning.
+  (let ((byte-compile-warnings
+	 (delq 'obsolete (append byte-compile-warnings nil))))
+    (byte-compile-obsolete form)))
+
+(defmacro cc-bytecomp-obsolete-fun (symbol)
+  "Suppress warnings about that the given symbol is an obsolete function.
+Don't use within `eval-when-compile'."
+  `(eval-when-compile
+     (if (eq (get ',symbol 'byte-compile) 'byte-compile-obsolete)
+	 (cc-bytecomp-put ',symbol 'byte-compile
+			  'cc-bytecomp-ignore-obsolete))))
+
+;; Override ourselves with a version loaded from source if we're
+;; compiling, like cc-require does for all the other files.
+(if (and (cc-bytecomp-is-compiling)
+	 (= cc-bytecomp-load-depth 0))
+    (let ((load-path
+	   (cons (file-name-directory byte-compile-dest-file) load-path))
+	  (cc-bytecomp-load-depth 1))
+      (load "cc-bytecomp.el" nil t t)))
+
+
+(provide 'cc-bytecomp)
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