;;; cc-guess.el --- guess indentation values by scanning existing code
;; Copyright (C) 1985,87,92,93,94,95,96,97,98 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: 1994-1995 Barry A. Warsaw
;; Maintainer: Unmaintained
;; Created: August 1994, split from cc-mode.el
;; Version: See cc-mode.el
;; Keywords: c languages oop
;; This file is not part of GNU Emacs.
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;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
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;; This file contains routines that help guess the cc-mode style in a
;; particular region of C, C++, or Objective-C code. It is provided
;; for example and experimentation only. It is not supported in
;; anyway. Some folks have asked for a style guesser and the best way
;; to show my thoughts on the subject is with this sample code. Feel
;; free to improve upon it in anyway you'd like. Please send me the
;; results. Note that style guessing is lossy!
;; The way this is intended to be run is for you to mark a region of
;; code to guess the style of, then run the command, cc-guess-region.
(defvar cc-guessed-style nil
"Currently guessed style.")
'((c . c-lineup-C-comments)
(inher-cont . c-lineup-multi-inher)
(string . -1000)
(comment-intro . c-lineup-comment)
(arglist-cont-nonempty . c-lineup-arglist)
(cpp-macro . -1000)))
(defun cc-guess-region (start end &optional reset)
"Sets `c-offset-alist' indentation values based on region of code.
Every line of code in the region is examined and the indentation
values of the various syntactic symbols in `c-offset-alist' is
guessed. The first such positively identified indentation is used, so
if an inconsistent style exists in the C code, the guessed indentation
may be incorrect.
Note that the larger the region to guess in, the slower the
guessing. Previous guesses can be concatenated together, unless the
optional RESET is provided.
See `cc-guess-write-style' to find out how to save the guessed style,
and `cc-guess-view-style' for viewing the guessed style."
(if (consp reset)
(setq cc-guessed-style nil))
(while (< (point) end)
(let* ((syntax (c-guess-basic-syntax))
(relpos (cdr (car syntax)))
(symbol (car (car syntax)))
;; TBD: for now I can't guess indentation when more than 1
;; symbol is on the list, nor for symbols without relpos's
(if (or (/= 1 (length syntax))
(not (numberp relpos))
;; also, don't try to reguess an already guessed
(assq symbol cc-guessed-style))
(setq point-indent (current-column)
;; guessed indentation is the difference between point's and
;; relpos's current-column indentation
(cons (cons symbol (- point-indent relpos-indent))
;;; cc-guess.el ends here