;;;; dbide-data.el --- Process document with DOCBOOK
;; Copyright (C) 2000 Norman Walsh
;; Based extensively on (one might go so far as to say "totally hacked
;; from") Tony Graham's xslide.
;; Author: Norman Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
;; Created: 29 March 2000
;; Version: $Revision$
;; Keywords: languages, xml, docbook
;;; This file is not part of GNU Emacs.
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;; modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
;; as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
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;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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;; Copied almost wholesale from psgml.el by Lennart Staflin
;; Send bugs to email@example.com
;; Use `docbook-submit-bug-report' for bug reports
(defvar docbook-offer-save t
"*If non-nil, ask about saving modified buffers before \\[docbook-process] is run.")
(defvar docbook-process-command "java com.jclark.docbook.Driver %s %s %s"
"*The shell command to process an DOCBOOK document.
This is a `format' control string that by default should contain two
`%s' conversion specifications: the first will be replaced by the
value of `docbook-xml-source' \(or the empty string, if nil\); the
second will be replaced by the current buffer's file name \(or the
empty string, if nil\).
If `docbook-process-files' is non-nil, the format string should contain
one `%s' conversion specification for each element of its result.
If docbook-process-command is a list, then every element should be a
string. The strings will be tried in order and %-sequences in the
string will be replaced according to the list below, if the string contains
%-sequences with no replacement value the next string will be tried.
%b means the visited file of the current buffer
%s means the DOCBOOK declaration specified in the docbook-xml-source variable
%d means the file containing the DOCTYPE declaration, if not in the buffer
(defvar docbook-process-files nil
"If non-nil, a function of no arguments that returns a list of file names.
These file names will serve as the arguments to the `docbook-process-command'
format control string instead of the defaults.")
'(("file:\\([^:]+\\):\\([0-9]+\\):\\([0-9]+\\):" 1 2 3)
("file:/\\(\\([A-Za-z]:\\)?[^:]+\\):\\([0-9]+\\):\\(\\([0-9]+\\):\\)?" 1 3 5))
"Alist of regexps to recognize error messages from `docbook-process'.
(defvar docbook-xml-source nil
"*If non-nil, this is the name of the XML source file.")
(put 'docbook-xml-source 'docbook-type 'string)
(defvar docbook-docbook-result nil
"*If non-nil, this is the name of the DOCBOOK result file.")
(put 'docbook-docbook-result 'docbook-type 'string)
(defvar docbook-process-command-history nil
"The minibuffer history list for `docbook-process''s COMMAND argument.")
(autoload 'compile-internal "compile" ""))
(defun docbook-default-process-command ()
(apply 'format docbook-process-command
(list (or docbook-xml-source "")
(let ((name (buffer-file-name)))
(or docbook-docbook-result "")))))
(defun docbook-process (command)
"Process an DOCBOOK stylesheet.
Runs COMMAND, a shell command, in a separate process asynchronously
with output going to the buffer *DOCBOOK process*.
You can then use the command \\[next-error] to find the next error message
and move to the line in the DOCBOOK document that caused it."
(list (read-from-minibuffer "Process command: "
nil nil 'docbook-process-command-history)))
(save-some-buffers nil nil))
(compile-internal command "No more errors" "DOCBOOK process"