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speedbar / sb-image.el

;;; sb-image --- Image management for speedbar

;;; Copyright (C) 1999, 2000 Free Software Foundation

;; Author: Eric M. Ludlam <zappo@gnu.org>
;; Keywords: file, tags, tools
;; X-RCS: $Id$

;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.

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;; any later version.

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;;; Commentary:
;; Supporting Image display for Emacs 20 and less, Emacs 21, and XEmacs,
;; is a challenging task, which doesn't take kindly to being byte compiled.
;; When sharing speedbar.elc between these three applications, the Image
;; support can get lost.
;; By splitting out that hard part into this file, and avoiding byte
;; compilation, one copy speedbar can support all these platforms together.
;; This file require the `image' package if it is available.

(condition-case nil
    (require 'image)
  (error nil))

;;; Code:
(defcustom speedbar-use-images (and (or (fboundp 'defimage)
					(fboundp 'make-image-specifier))
				    (if (fboundp 'display-graphic-p)
  "*Non nil if speedbar should display icons."
  :group 'speedbar
  :type 'boolean)

;;; Some images if defimage is available:

(if (fboundp 'defimage)
    (defalias 'defimage-speedbar 'defimage)

  (if (not (fboundp 'make-glyph))
(defmacro defimage-speedbar (variable imagespec docstring)
  "Don't bother loading up an image...
Argument VARIABLE is the varible to define.
Argument IMAGESPEC is the list defining the image to create.
Argument DOCSTRING is the documentation for VARIABLE."
  `(defvar ,variable nil ,docstring))

(defun speedbar-find-image-on-load-path (image)
  "Find the image file IMAGE on the load path."
  (let ((l load-path)
	(r nil))
    (while (and l (not r))
      (if (file-exists-p (concat (car l) "/" image))
	  (setq r (concat (car l) "/" image)))
      (setq l (cdr l)))

(defun speedbar-convert-emacs21-imagespec-to-xemacs (spec)
  "Convert the Emacs21 Image SPEC into an XEmacs image spec."
  (let* ((sl (car spec))
	 (itype (nth 1 sl))
	 (ifile (nth 3 sl)))
    (vector itype ':file (speedbar-find-image-on-load-path ifile))))

(defmacro defimage-speedbar (variable imagespec docstring)
  "Devine VARIABLE as an image if `defimage' is not available..
IMAGESPEC is the image data, and DOCSTRING is documentation for the image."
  `(defvar ,variable
     ;; The Emacs21 version of defimage looks just like the XEmacs image
     ;; specifier, except that it needs a :type keyword.  If we line
     ;; stuff up right, we can use this cheat to support XEmacs specifiers.
     (condition-case nil
	   (speedbar-convert-emacs21-imagespec-to-xemacs (quote ,imagespec)))
       (error nil))


(defimage-speedbar speedbar-directory-plus
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-dir-plus.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for closed directories with stuff in them.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-directory-minus
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-dir-minus.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for open directories with stuff in them.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-page-plus
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-pg-plus.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for closed files with stuff in them.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-page-minus
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-pg-minus.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for open files with stuff in them.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-page
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-pg.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for files that can't be opened.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-tag
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-tag.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for tags.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-tag-plus
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-tag-plus.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for closed tag groups.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-tag-minus
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-tag-minus.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for open tag groups.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-tag-gt
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-tag-gt.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for open tag groups.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-tag-v
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-tag-v.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for open tag groups.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-tag-type
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-tag-type.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for open tag groups.")

(defimage-speedbar speedbar-mail
  ((:type xpm :file "sb-mail.xpm" :ascent center))
  "Image used for open tag groups.")

(defvar speedbar-expand-image-button-alist
  '(("<+>" . speedbar-directory-plus)
    ("<->" . speedbar-directory-minus)
    ("[+]" . speedbar-page-plus)
    ("[-]" . speedbar-page-minus)
    ("[?]" . speedbar-page)
    ("{+}" . speedbar-tag-plus)
    ("{-}" . speedbar-tag-minus)
    ("<M>" . speedbar-mail)
    (" =>" . speedbar-tag)
    (" +>" . speedbar-tag-gt)
    (" ->" . speedbar-tag-v)
    (">" . speedbar-tag)
    ("@" . speedbar-tag-type)
    ("  @" . speedbar-tag-type)
  "List of text and image associations.")

(defun speedbar-insert-image-button-maybe (start length)
  "Insert an image button based on text starting at START for LENGTH chars.
If buttontext is unknown, just insert that text.
If we have an image associated with it, use that image."
  (if speedbar-use-images
      (let* ((bt (buffer-substring start (+ length start)))
	     (a (assoc bt speedbar-expand-image-button-alist)))
	;; Regular images (created with `insert-image' are intangible
	;; which (I suppose) make them more compatible with XEmacs 21.
	;; Unfortunatly, there is a giant pile o code dependent on the
	;; underlying text.  This means if we leave it tangible, then I
	;; don't have to change said giant piles o code.
	(if (and a (symbol-value (cdr a)))
	    (if (fboundp 'set-extent-property)
		(add-text-properties (+ start (length bt)) start
				     (list 'end-glyph (symbol-value (cdr a))
					   'rear-nonsticky (list 'display)
					   'invisible t
					   'detachable t))
	      (add-text-properties start (+ start (length bt))
				   (list 'display (symbol-value (cdr a))
					 'rear-nonsticky (list 'display))))
	  ;(message "Bad text [%s]" (buffer-substring start (+ start length)))

(provide 'sb-image)

;;; sb-image.el ends here