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;;; erc-log.el --- Logging facilities for ERC.

;; Copyright (C) 2003,2004,2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Copyright (C) 2004 Adrian Aichner

;; Author: Lawrence Mitchell <wence@gmx.li>
;; Keywords: IRC, chat, client, Internet, logging

;; Created 2003-04-26
;; Logging code taken from erc.el and modified to use markers.

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;;; Commentary:
;; This file implements log file writing support for the Emacs IRC
;; Client.

;; Quick start:
;;
;; (setq erc-enable-logging t)
;; (setq erc-log-channels-directory "/path/to/logfiles") ; must be writable
;;
;; There are two ways to setup logging. The first will write to the log files
;; on each incoming or outgoing line - this may not be optimal on a laptop
;; HDD. To do this, M-x customize-variable erc-modules, and add "log".
;;
;; The second method will save buffers on /part, /quit, or killing the
;; channel buffer. To do this, add the following to your .emacs:
;;
;; (require 'erc-log)
;;
;; You may optionally want the following code, to save all ERC buffers
;; without confirmation when exiting emacs:
;;
;; (defadvice save-buffers-kill-emacs (before save-logs (&rest args) activate)
;;  (save-some-buffers t (lambda ()
;;                         (when (and (eq major-mode 'erc-mode)
;;                                    (not (null buffer-file-name))) t))))
;;
;; If you only want to save logs for some buffers, customise the
;; variable `erc-enable-logging'.

;; How it works:
;;
;; If logging is enabled, at some point, `erc-save-buffer-in-logs'
;; will be called.  The "end" of the buffer is taken from
;; `erc-insert-marker', while `erc-last-saved-position' holds the
;; position the buffer was last saved at (as a marker, or if the
;; buffer hasn't been saved before, as the number 1 (point-min)).

;; The region between `erc-last-saved-position' and
;; `erc-insert-marker' is saved to the current buffer's logfile, and
;; `erc-last-saved-position' is updated to reflect this.

;;; History:
;; 2003-04-26: logging code pulled out of erc.el.  Switched to using
;; markers.

;;; TODO:
;; * Erc needs a generalised make-safe-file-name function, so that
;;   generated file names don't contain any invalid file characters.
;;
;; * Really, we need to lock the logfiles somehow, so that if a user
;;   is running multiple emacsen and/or on the same channel as more
;;   than one user, only one process writes to the logfile.  This is
;;   especially needed for those logfiles with no nick in them, as
;;   these would become corrupted.
;;   For a single emacs process, the problem could be solved using a
;;   variable which contained the names of buffers already being
;;   logged.  This would require that logging be buffer-local,
;;   possibly not a bad thing anyway, since many people don't want to
;;   log the server buffer.
;;   For multiple emacsen the problem is trickier.  On some systems,
;;   on could use the function `lock-buffer' and `unlock-buffer'.
;;   However, file locking isn't implemented on all platforms, for
;;   example, there is none on w32 systems.
;;   A third possibility might be to fake lockfiles.  However, this
;;   might lead to problems if an emacs crashes, as the lockfile
;;   would be left lying around.

;;; Code:

(require 'erc)

(defconst erc-log-version "$Revision$"
  "ERC log mode revision")

(defgroup erc-log nil
  "Logging facilities for ERC."
  :group 'erc)

(defcustom erc-generate-log-file-name-function 'erc-generate-log-file-name-long
  "*A function to generate a log filename.
The function must take five arguments: BUFFER, TARGET, NICK, SERVER and PORT.
BUFFER is the buffer to be saved,
TARGET is the name of the channel, or the target of the query,
NICK is the current nick,
SERVER and PORT are the parameters used to connect BUFFERs `erc-process'."
  :group 'erc-log
  :type '(choice (const erc-generate-log-file-name-long)
		 (const erc-generate-log-file-name-short)
		 (const erc-generate-log-file-name-with-date)
		 (symbol)))

(defcustom erc-save-buffer-on-part nil
  "*Save the channel buffer content using `erc-save-buffer-in-logs' on PART."
  :group 'erc-log
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom erc-truncate-buffer-on-save nil
  "Truncate any ERC (channel, query, server) buffer when it is saved."
  :group 'erc-log
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom erc-enable-logging t
  "If non-nil, ERC will log IRC conversations.
This can either be a boolean value of nil or t, or a function.
If the value is a function, it will be called with one argument, the
name of the current ERC buffer.  One possible function, which saves
all but server buffers is `erc-log-all-but-server-buffers'.

This variable is buffer local.  Setting it via \\[customize] sets the
default value.

Log files are stored in `erc-log-channels-directory'."
  :group 'erc-log
  :type '(choice boolean
                 function))
(make-variable-buffer-local 'erc-enable-logging)

(defcustom erc-log-channels-directory "~/log"
  "The directory to place log files for channels.
Leave blank to disable logging.  If not nil, all the channel
buffers are logged in separate files in that directory.  The
directory should not end with a trailing slash."
  :group 'erc-log
  :type '(choice directory
		 (const nil)))

(defcustom erc-log-insert-log-on-open t
  "*Insert log file contents into the buffer if a log file exists."
  :group 'erc-log
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom erc-save-queries-on-quit nil
  "Save all query (also channel) buffers of the server on QUIT.
See the variable `erc-save-buffer-on-part' for details."
  :group 'erc-log
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom erc-log-file-coding-system (if (featurep 'xemacs)
					  'binary
					'emacs-mule)
  "*The coding system ERC should use for writing log files.

This should ideally, be a \"catch-all\" coding system, like
`emacs-mule', or `iso-2022-7bit'."
  :group 'erc-log)

;;;###autoload (autoload 'erc-log-mode "erc-log" nil t)
(define-erc-module log nil
  "Automatically logs things you receive on IRC into files.
Files are stored in `erc-log-channels-directory'; file name
format is defined through a formatting function on
`erc-generate-log-file-name-function'.

Since automatic logging is not always a Good Thing (especially if
people say things in different coding systems), you can turn logging
behaviour on and off with the variable `erc-enable-logging', which can
also be a predicate function. To only log when you are not set away, use:

\(setq erc-enable-logging
      (lambda (buffer)
	(with-current-buffer buffer
	  (not away))))"
  ;; enable
  ((add-hook 'erc-insert-post-hook
	     'erc-save-buffer-in-logs)
   (add-hook 'erc-send-post-hook
	     'erc-save-buffer-in-logs))
  ;; disable
  ((remove-hook 'erc-insert-post-hook
		'erc-save-buffer-in-logs)
   (remove-hook 'erc-send-post-hook
		'erc-save-buffer-in-logs)))

(when erc-enable-logging
  (add-hook 'erc-kill-buffer-hook
            'erc-save-buffer-in-logs)
  (add-hook 'erc-kill-channel-hook
            'erc-save-buffer-in-logs)
  (add-hook 'erc-quit-hook
            'erc-conditional-save-queries)
  (add-hook 'erc-part-hook
            'erc-conditional-save-buffer))

(define-key erc-mode-map "\C-c\C-l" 'erc-save-buffer-in-logs)

;;;functionality referenced from erc.el
(defun erc-log-setup-logging ()
  "Setup the buffer-local logging variables in the current buffer.
This function is destined to be run from `erc-connect-pre-hook'."
  (when (erc-logging-enabled)
    (auto-save-mode -1)
    (setq buffer-offer-save t
	  buffer-file-name "")
    (if (boundp 'local-write-file-hooks)
	(setq local-write-file-hooks
	      '(erc-save-buffer-in-logs)) ;Emacs >=19
      (make-local-variable 'write-file-hooks)
      (setq write-file-hooks              ;Emacs 18
	    '(erc-save-buffer-in-logs)))
    (when erc-log-insert-log-on-open
      (ignore-errors (insert-file-contents (erc-current-logfile))
                    (move-marker erc-last-saved-position
                                 (1- (point-max)))))))

;;; Append, so that 'erc-initialize-log-marker keeps running first.
(add-hook 'erc-connect-pre-hook 'erc-log-setup-logging 'append)

(defun erc-log-all-but-server-buffers (buffer)
  "Returns t if logging should be enabled in BUFFER.
Returns nil iff `erc-server-buffer-p' returns t."
  (save-excursion
    (save-window-excursion
      (set-buffer buffer)
      (not (erc-server-buffer-p)))))

(defun erc-save-query-buffers (process)
  "Save all buffers process."
  (erc-with-all-buffers-of-server process
				  nil
				  (erc-save-buffer-in-logs)))

(defun erc-conditional-save-buffer (buffer)
  "Save Query BUFFER if `erc-save-queries-on-quit' is t."
  (when erc-save-buffer-on-part
    (erc-save-buffer-in-logs buffer)))

(defun erc-conditional-save-queries (process)
  "Save Query buffers of PROCESS if `erc-save-queries-on-quit' is t."
  (when erc-save-queries-on-quit
    (erc-save-query-buffers process)))

;;;###autoload
(defun erc-logging-enabled (&optional buffer)
  "Return non-nil if logging is enabled for BUFFER.
If BUFFER is nil, the value of `current-buffer' is used.
Logging is enabled if `erc-log-channels-directory' is non-nil, the directory
is writeable (it will be created as necessary) and
`erc-enable-logging' returns a non-nil value."
  (and erc-log-channels-directory
       (erc-directory-writable-p erc-log-channels-directory)
       (if (functionp erc-enable-logging)
           (funcall erc-enable-logging (or buffer (current-buffer)))
           erc-enable-logging)))

(defun erc-current-logfile (&optional buffer)
  "Return the logfile to use for BUFFER.
If BUFFER is nil, the value of `current-buffer' is used.
This is determined by `erc-generate-log-file-name-function'.
The result is converted to lowercase, as IRC is case-insensitive"
  (expand-file-name
   (downcase (funcall erc-generate-log-file-name-function
		      (or buffer (current-buffer))
                      (or (erc-default-target) (buffer-name buffer))
		      (erc-current-nick)
		      erc-session-server erc-session-port))
   erc-log-channels-directory))

(defun erc-generate-log-file-name-with-date (buffer &rest ignore)
  "This function computes a short log file name.
The name of the log file is composed of BUFFER and the current date.
This function is a possible value for `erc-generate-log-file-name-function'."
  (concat (buffer-name buffer) "-" (format-time-string "%Y-%m-%d") ".txt"))

(defun erc-generate-log-file-name-short (buffer &rest ignore)
  "This function computes a short log file name.
In fact, it only uses the buffer name of the BUFFER argument, so
you can affect that using `rename-buffer' and the-like.  This
function is a possible value for
`erc-generate-log-file-name-function'."
  (concat (buffer-name buffer) ".txt"))

(defun erc-generate-log-file-name-long (buffer target nick server port)
  "Generates a log-file name in the way ERC always did it.
This results in a file name of the form #channel!nick@server:port.txt.
This function is a possible value for `erc-generate-log-file-name-function'."
  (let ((file (concat
	       (if target (concat target "!"))
	       nick "@" server ":" (cond ((stringp port) port)
					 ((numberp port)
					  (number-to-string port))) ".txt")))
    ;; we need a make-safe-file-name function.
    (convert-standard-filename file)))

;;;###autoload
(defun erc-save-buffer-in-logs (&optional buffer)
  "Append BUFFER contents to the log file, if logging is enabled.
If BUFFER is not provided, current buffer is used.
Logging is enabled if `erc-logging-enabled' returns non-nil.

This is normally done on exit, to save the unsaved portion of the
buffer, since only the text that runs off the buffer limit is logged
automatically.

You can save every individual message by putting this function on
`erc-insert-post-hook'."
  (interactive)
  (or buffer (setq buffer (current-buffer)))
  (when (erc-logging-enabled buffer)
    (let ((file (erc-current-logfile buffer))
          (coding-system-for-write erc-log-file-coding-system))
      (save-excursion
        (with-current-buffer buffer
          (save-restriction
            (widen)
            ;; early on in the initalisation, don't try and write the log out
            (when (and (markerp erc-last-saved-position)
                       (> erc-insert-marker (1+ erc-last-saved-position)))
              (write-region (1+ (marker-position erc-last-saved-position))
                            (marker-position erc-insert-marker)
                            file t 'nomessage)
              (if (and erc-truncate-buffer-on-save (interactive-p))
                  (progn
                    (let ((inhibit-read-only t)) (erase-buffer))
                    (move-marker erc-last-saved-position (point-max))
                    (erc-display-prompt))
                (move-marker erc-last-saved-position
                             ;; If we place erc-last-saved-position
                             ;; at erc-insert-marker, because text
                             ;; gets inserted /before/
                             ;; erc-insert-marker, the log file will
                             ;; not be saved (erc-last-saved-position
                             ;; will always be equal to
                             ;; erc-insert-marker).
                             (1- (marker-position erc-insert-marker)))))
            (set-buffer-modified-p nil))))))
  t)

(provide 'erc-log)

;;; erc-log.el ends here
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