;;; em-basic --- basic shell builtin commands
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;; Author: John Wiegley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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(eval-when-compile (require 'esh-maint))
(defgroup eshell-basic nil
"The \"basic\" code provides a set of convenience functions which
are traditionally considered shell builtins. Since all of the
functionality provided by them is accessible through Lisp, they are
not really builtins at all, but offer a command-oriented way to do the
:tag "Basic shell commands"
;; There are very few basic Eshell commands -- so-called builtins.
;; They are: echo, umask, and version.
;; The `echo' command repeats its arguments to the screen. It is
;; optional whether this is done in a Lisp-friendly fashion (so that
;; the value of echo is useful to a Lisp command using the result of
;; echo as an argument), or whether it should try to act like a normal
;; shell echo, and always result in a flat string being returned.
(defcustom eshell-plain-echo-behavior nil
"*If non-nil, `echo' tries to behave like an ordinary shell echo.
This comes at some detriment to Lisp functionality. However, the Lisp
equivalent of `echo' can always be achieved by using `identity'."
;; An example of the difference is the following:
;; echo Hello world
;; If `eshell-plain-echo-behavior' is non-nil, this will yield the
;; string "Hello world". If Lisp behavior is enabled, however, it
;; will yield a list whose two elements are the strings "Hello" and
;; "world". The way to write an equivalent expression for both would
;; echo "Hello world"
;; This always returns a single string.
;; The umask command changes the default file permissions for newly
;; created files. It uses the same syntax as bash.
;; This command reports the version number for Eshell and all its
;; dependent module, including the date when those modules were last
(defun eshell-echo (args &optional output-newline)
"Implementation code for a Lisp version of `echo'.
It returns a formatted value that should be passed to `eshell-print'
or `eshell-printn' for display."
(concat (apply 'eshell-flatten-and-stringify args) "\n")
((= (length args) 0) "")
((= (length args) 1)
(if (stringp arg)
(set-text-properties 0 (length arg) nil arg))
(concat value "\n"))
(append value (list "\n")))
(concat (eshell-stringify value) "\n")))
(defun eshell/echo (&rest args)
"Implementation of `echo'. See `eshell-plain-echo-behavior'."
'((?n nil nil output-newline "terminate with a newline")
(?h "help" nil nil "output this help screen")
:usage "[-n] [object]")
(eshell-echo args output-newline)))
(defun eshell/printnl (&rest args)
"Print out each of the argument, separated by newlines."
(let ((elems (eshell-flatten-list args)))
(eshell-printn (eshell-echo (list (car elems))))
(setq elems (cdr elems)))))
(defun eshell/listify (&rest args)
"Return the argument(s) as a single list."
(if (> (length args) 1)
(if (listp (car args))
(list (car args)))))
(defun eshell/umask (&rest args)
"Shell-like implementation of `umask'."
'((?S "symbolic" nil symbolic-p "display umask symbolically")
(?h "help" nil nil "display this usage message")
:usage "[-S] [mode]")
(if (or (not args) symbolic-p)
(logand (lognot (default-file-modes))
(setq modstr (substring modstr (- (length modstr) 3)))
(let ((mode (default-file-modes)))
(concat (and (= (logand mode 64) 64) "r")
(and (= (logand mode 128) 128) "w")
(and (= (logand mode 256) 256) "x"))
(concat (and (= (logand mode 8) 8) "r")
(and (= (logand mode 16) 16) "w")
(and (= (logand mode 32) 32) "x"))
(concat (and (= (logand mode 1) 1) "r")
(and (= (logand mode 2) 2) "w")
(and (= (logand mode 4) 4) "x"))))))
(setcar args (eshell-convert (car args)))
(if (numberp (car args))
(- 511 (car (read-from-string
(concat "?\\" (number-to-string (car args)))))))
(error "setting umask symbolically is not yet implemented"))
"Warning: umask changed for all new files created by Emacs.\n"))
;;; em-basic.el ends here