XEmacs / lisp / easymenu.el

;;; easymenu.el - Easy menu support for Emacs 19 and XEmacs.

;; Copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

;; Author: Per Abrahamsen <abraham@dina.kvl.dk>
;; Maintainer: XEmacs Development Team
;; Keywords: internal, extensions, dumped

;; This file is part of XEmacs.

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;; any later version.

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;;; Synched up with: Not synched with FSF but coordinated with the FSF
;;;                  easymenu maintainer for compatability with FSF 20.4.
;;; Please: Coordinate changes with Inge Frick <inge@nada.kth.se>

;; Commentary:

;; This file is dumped with XEmacs.

;; Easymenu allows you to define menus for both Emacs 19 and XEmacs.

;; This file 
;; The advantages of using easymenu are:

;; - Easier to use than either the Emacs 19 and XEmacs menu syntax.

;; - Common interface for Emacs 18, Emacs 19, and XEmacs.  
;;   (The code does nothing when run under Emacs 18).

;; The public functions are:

;; - Function: easy-menu-define SYMBOL MAPS DOC MENU
;;     SYMBOL is both the name of the variable that holds the menu and
;;            the name of a function that will present the menu.
;;     MAPS is a list of keymaps where the menu should appear in the menubar.
;;     DOC is the documentation string for the variable.
;;     MENU is an XEmacs style menu description.  

;;     See the documentation for easy-menu-define for details.

;; - Function: easy-menu-change PATH NAME ITEMS
;;     Change an existing menu.
;;     The menu must already exist and be visible on the menu bar.
;;     PATH is a list of strings used for locating the menu on the menu bar. 
;;     NAME is the name of the menu.  
;;     ITEMS is a list of menu items, as defined in `easy-menu-define'.

;; - Function: easy-menu-add MENU [ MAP ]
;;     Add MENU to the current menubar in MAP.

;; - Function: easy-menu-remove MENU
;;     Remove MENU from the current menubar.

;; - Function: easy-menu-add-item
;;     Add item or submenu to existing menu

;; - Function: easy-menu-item-present-p
;;     Locate item

;; - Function: easy-menu-remove-item
;;     Delete item from menu.

;; Emacs 19 never uses `easy-menu-add' or `easy-menu-remove', menus
;; automatically appear and disappear when the keymaps specified by
;; the MAPS argument to `easy-menu-define' are activated.

;; XEmacs will bind the map to button3 in each MAPS, but you must
;; explicitly call `easy-menu-add' and `easy-menu-remove' to add and
;; remove menus from the menu bar.

;;; Code:

;; ;;;###autoload
(defmacro easy-menu-define (symbol maps doc menu)
  "Define a menu bar submenu in maps MAPS, according to MENU.
The arguments SYMBOL and DOC are ignored; they are present for
compatibility only.  SYMBOL is not evaluated.  In other Emacs versions
these arguments may be used as a variable to hold the menu data, and a
doc string for that variable.

The first element of MENU must be a string.  It is the menu bar item name.
The rest of the elements are menu items.

A menu item is usually a vector of three elements:  [NAME CALLBACK ENABLE]

NAME is a string--the menu item name.

CALLBACK is a command to run when the item is chosen,
or a list to evaluate when the item is chosen.

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

Alternatively, a menu item may have the form: 

   [ NAME CALLBACK [ KEYWORD ARG ] ... ]

Where KEYWORD is one of the symbol defined below.

   :keys KEYS

KEYS is a string; a complex keyboard equivalent to this menu item.

   :active ENABLE

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

   :suffix NAME

NAME is a string; the name of an argument to CALLBACK.

   :style STYLE
   
STYLE is a symbol describing the type of menu item.  The following are
defined:  

toggle: A checkbox.  
        Currently just prepend the name with the string \"Toggle \".
radio: A radio button. 
nil: An ordinary menu item.

   :selected SELECTED

SELECTED is an expression; the checkbox or radio button is selected
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.
Currently just disable radio buttons, no effect on checkboxes.

A menu item can be a string.  Then that string appears in the menu as
unselectable text.  A string consisting solely of hyphens is displayed
as a solid horizontal line.

A menu item can be a list.  It is treated as a submenu.
The first element should be the submenu name.  That's used as the
menu item in the top-level menu.  The cdr of the submenu list
is a list of menu items, as above."
  (` (progn
       (defvar (, symbol) nil (, doc))
       (easy-menu-do-define (quote (, symbol)) (, maps) (, doc) (, menu)))))

(defun easy-menu-do-define (symbol maps doc menu)
  (when (featurep 'menubar)
	(set symbol menu)
    (fset symbol `(lambda (e)
		    ,doc
		    (interactive "@e")
		    (run-hooks 'activate-menubar-hook)
		    (setq zmacs-region-stays 't)
		    (popup-menu ,symbol)))))

(defun easy-menu-change (&rest args)
  (when (featurep 'menubar)
    (apply 'add-menu args)))

;; This variable hold the easy-menu mode menus of all major and
;; minor modes currently in effect in the current buffer.
(defvar easy-menu-all-popups nil)
(make-variable-buffer-local 'easy-menu-all-popups)

(defun easy-menu-add (menu &optional map)
  "Add MENU to the current menu bar."
  (when (featurep 'menubar)
	(unless (member menu easy-menu-all-popups)
	  (push menu easy-menu-all-popups))
	(setq mode-popup-menu (if (> (length easy-menu-all-popups) 1)
				  (cons (easy-menu-title)
					(reverse easy-menu-all-popups))
				(car easy-menu-all-popups)))

	(cond ((null current-menubar)
	       ;; Don't add it to a non-existing menubar.
	       nil)
	      ((assoc (car menu) current-menubar)
	       ;; Already present.
	       nil)
	      ((equal current-menubar '(nil))
	       ;; Set at left if only contains right marker.
	       (set-buffer-menubar (list menu nil)))
	      (t
	       ;; Add at right.
	       (set-buffer-menubar (copy-sequence current-menubar))
	   (add-menu nil (car menu) (cdr menu))))))

(defun easy-menu-remove (menu)
  "Remove MENU from the current menu bar."
  (when (featurep 'menubar)
	(setq easy-menu-all-popups (delq menu easy-menu-all-popups)
	      mode-popup-menu (if (< (length easy-menu-all-popups) 1)
				  (cons (easy-menu-title)
					(reverse easy-menu-all-popups))
				(car easy-menu-all-popups)))

	(and current-menubar
	     (assoc (car menu) current-menubar)
	 (delete-menu-item (list (car menu))))))

(defsubst easy-menu-normalize (menu)
  (if (symbolp menu)
      (symbol-value menu)
    menu))

(defun easy-menu-add-item (menu path item &optional before)
  "At the end of the submenu of MENU with path PATH, add ITEM.
If ITEM is already present in this submenu, then this item will be changed.
otherwise ITEM will be added at the end of the submenu, unless the optional
argument BEFORE is present, in which case ITEM will instead be added
before the item named BEFORE.
MENU is either a symbol, which have earlier been used as the first
argument in a call to `easy-menu-define', or the value of such a symbol
i.e. a menu, or nil, which stands for the current menubar.
PATH is a list of strings for locating the submenu where ITEM is to be
added.  If PATH is nil, MENU itself is used.  Otherwise, the first
element should be the name of a submenu directly under MENU.  This
submenu is then traversed recursively with the remaining elements of PATH.
ITEM is either defined as in `easy-menu-define', a menu defined earlier
by `easy-menu-define' or `easy-menu-create-menu' or an item returned
from `easy-menu-item-present-p' or `easy-menu-remove-item'."
  (when (featurep 'menubar)
    (add-menu-button path item before (easy-menu-normalize menu))))

(defun easy-menu-item-present-p (menu path name)
  "In submenu of MENU with path PATH, return true iff item NAME is present.
MENU and PATH are defined as in `easy-menu-add-item'.
NAME should be a string, the name of the element to be looked for.

The return value can be used as an argument to `easy-menu-add-item'."
  (if (featurep 'menubar)
  (car (find-menu-item (or (easy-menu-normalize menu) current-menubar)
			   (append path (list name))))
    nil))

(defun easy-menu-remove-item (menu path name)
  "From submenu of MENU with path PATH, remove item NAME.
MENU and PATH are defined as in `easy-menu-add-item'.
NAME should be a string, the name of the element to be removed.

The return value can be used as an argument to `easy-menu-add-item'."
  (when (featurep 'menubar)
  (delete-menu-item (append path (list name))
		      (easy-menu-normalize menu))))
  



;; Think up a good title for the menu.  Take the major-mode of the
;; buffer, strip the -mode part, convert hyphens to spaces, and
;; capitalize it.
;;
;; If you can think of something smarter, feel free to replace it.
;; Don't forget to mail the change to xemacs@xemacs.org where everyone
;; can flame, er, praise your changes.
(defun easy-menu-title ()
  (capitalize (replace-in-string (replace-in-string
				  (symbol-name major-mode) "-mode$" "")
				 "-" " ")))

(provide 'easymenu)

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