semantic / semantic-tag-file.el

;;; semantic-tag-file.el --- Routines that find files based on tags.

;;; Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 Eric M. Ludlam

;; Author: Eric M. Ludlam <>
;; Keywords: syntax
;; X-RCS: $Id$

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;;; Commentary:
;; A tag, by itself, can have representations in several files.
;; These routines will find those files.

(require 'semantic-tag)

;;; Code:

;;; Location a TAG came from.
(define-overload semantic-go-to-tag (tag &optional parent)
  "Go to the location of TAG.
TAG may be a stripped element, in which case PARENT specifies a
parent tag that has position information.
Different behaviors are provided depending on the type of tag.
For example, dependencies (includes) will seek out the file that is
depended on (see `semantic-dependency-tag-file'."
   (unless (and (eq (semantic-tag-class tag) 'include)
		(let ((f (semantic-dependency-tag-file tag)))
		  (when f
		    (set-buffer (find-file-noselect f))
     (cond ((semantic-tag-buffer tag)
	    ;; We have a linked tag, go to that buffer.
	    (set-buffer (semantic-tag-buffer tag)))
	   ((semantic-tag-file-name tag)
	    ;; If it didn't have a buffer, but does have a file
	    ;; name, then we need to get to that file so the tag
	    ;; location is made accurate.
	    (set-buffer (find-file-noselect (semantic-tag-file-name tag))))
	   ((and parent (semantic-tag-p parent) (semantic-tag-buffer parent))
	    ;; The tag had nothing useful, but we have a parent with
	    ;; a buffer, then go there.
	    (set-buffer (semantic-tag-buffer parent)))
	   ((and parent (semantic-tag-p parent) (semantic-tag-file-name parent))
	    ;; Tag had nothing, and the parent only has a file-name, then
	    ;; find that file, and switch to that buffer.
	    (set-buffer (find-file-noselect (semantic-tag-file-name parent))))
	    ;; Well, just assume things are in the current buffer.
     ;; We should be in the correct buffer now, try and figure out
     ;; where the tag is.
     (cond ((semantic-tag-with-position-p tag)
	    ;; If it's a number, go there
	    (goto-char (semantic-tag-start tag)))
	   ((semantic-tag-with-position-p parent)
	    ;; Otherwise, it's a trimmed vector, such as a parameter,
	    ;; or a structure part.  If there is a parent, we can use it
	    ;; as a bounds for searching.
	    (goto-char (semantic-tag-start parent))
	    ;; Here we make an assumption that the text returned by
	    ;; the parser and concocted by us actually exists
	    ;; in the buffer.
	    (re-search-forward (semantic-tag-name tag)
			       (semantic-tag-end parent)
	    ;; Take a guess that the tag has a unique name, and just
	    ;; search for it from the beginning of the buffer.
	    (goto-char (point-min))
	    (re-search-forward (semantic-tag-name tag) nil t)))

(make-obsolete-overload 'semantic-find-nonterminal

;;; Dependencies
;; A tag which is of type 'include specifies a dependency.
;; Dependencies usually represent a file of some sort.
;; Find the file described by a dependency.
;;; Code:
(defvar semantic-dependency-include-path nil
  "Defines the include path used when searching for files.
This should be a list of directories to search which is specific
to the file being included.

If `semantic-dependency-tag-file' is overridden for a given
language, this path is most likely ignored.

This function, reguardless of being overriden, caches the located
dependency file location in the tag property `dependency-file'.
If you override this function, you do not need to implement your
own cache.  Each time the buffer is fully reparsed, the cache
will be reset.

TODO: use ffap.el to locate such items.")
(make-variable-buffer-local `semantic-dependency-include-path)

(define-overload semantic-dependency-tag-file (&optional tag)
  "Find the filename represented from TAG.
Depends on `semantic-dependency-include-path' for searching.  Always searches
`.' first, then searches additional paths."
  (or tag (setq tag (car (semantic-find-tag-by-overlay nil))))
  (unless (semantic-tag-of-class-p tag 'include)
    (signal 'wrong-type-argument (list tag 'include)))
    (cond ((semantic-tag-buffer tag)
	   ;; If the tag has an overlay and buffer associated with it,
	   ;; switch to that buffer so that we get the right override metohds.
	   (set-buffer (semantic-tag-buffer tag)))
	  ((semantic-tag-file-name tag)
	   ;; If it didn't have a buffer, but does have a file
	   ;; name, then we need to get to that file so the tag
	   ;; location is made accurate.
	   (set-buffer (find-file-noselect (semantic-tag-file-name tag)))))
    ;; First, see if this file exists in the current EDE project
    (if (and (fboundp 'ede-expand-filename) ede-minor-mode
	     (ede-expand-filename (ede-toplevel)
				  (semantic-tag-name tag)))
	(ede-expand-filename (ede-toplevel)
			     (semantic-tag-name tag))
	    (if (semantic--tag-get-property tag 'dependency-file)
		(semantic--tag-get-property tag 'dependency-file)
		 (let* ((name (semantic-tag-name tag)))
		    name (semantic-tag-include-system-p tag)))))
	(if (stringp result)
	      (semantic--tag-put-property tag 'dependency-file result)
	  ;; @todo: Do something to make this get flushed w/
	  ;;        when the path is changed.
	  (semantic--tag-put-property tag 'dependency-file 'none)

(make-obsolete-overload 'semantic-find-dependency

;; In C, a function in the .c file often has a representation in a
;; corresponding .h file.  This routine attempts to find the
;; prototype file a given source file would be associated with.
;; This can be used by prototype manager programs.
(define-overload semantic-prototype-file (buffer)
  "Return a file in which prototypes belonging to BUFFER should be placed.
Default behavior (if not overridden) looks for a token specifying the
prototype file, or the existence of an EDE variable indicating which
file prototypes belong in."
   ;; Perform some default behaviors
   (if (and (fboundp 'ede-header-file) ede-minor-mode)
         (set-buffer buffer)
     ;; No EDE options for a quick answer.  Search.
       (set-buffer buffer)
       (if (re-search-forward "::Header:: \\([a-zA-Z0-9.]+\\)" nil t)
           (match-string 1))))))

(semantic-alias-obsolete 'semantic-find-nonterminal

(semantic-alias-obsolete 'semantic-find-dependency

(provide 'semantic-tag-file)

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