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;;; lib-complete.el --- Completion on the lisp search path

;; Copyright (C) 1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Copyright (C) Mike Williams <mike-w@cs.aukuni.ac.nz> 1991

;; Author: Mike Williams <mike-w@cs.aukuni.ac.nz>
;; Maintainer: XEmacs Development Team
;; Keywords: lisp, extensions, dumped
;; Created: Sat Apr 20 17:47:21 1991

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;; This file is dumped with XEmacs.

;; ========================================================================
;; lib-complete.el --  Completion on a search path
;; Author          : Mike Williams <mike-w@cs.aukuni.ac.nz>
;; Created On      : Sat Apr 20 17:47:21 1991
;; Last Modified By: Heiko M|nkel <muenkel@tnt.uni-hannover.de>
;; Additional XEmacs integration By: Chuck Thompson <cthomp@cs.uiuc.edu>
;; Last Modified On: Thu Jul 1 14:23:00 1994
;; RCS Info        : $Revision: 1.3 $ $Locker:  $
;; ========================================================================
;; NOTE: XEmacs must be redumped if this file is changed.
;; Copyright (C) Mike Williams <mike-w@cs.aukuni.ac.nz> 1991
;; Keywords: utility, lisp

;; Many thanks to Hallvard Furuseth <hallvard@ifi.uio.no> for his
;; helpful suggestions.

;; The function locate-file is removed, because of its incompatibility
;; with the buildin function of the lemacs 19.10 (Heiko M|nkel).

;; There is now the new function find-library in this package.

;;; ChangeLog:

;; 4/26/97: sb Mule-ize.

;;; Code:

;;=== Determine completions for filename in search path ===================

(defun library-all-completions (FILE SEARCH-PATH &optional FULL FAST)
  "Return all completions for FILE in any directory on SEARCH-PATH.
If optional third argument FULL is non-nil, returned pathnames should be 
  absolute rather than relative to some directory on the SEARCH-PATH.
If optional fourth argument FAST is non-nil, don't sort the completions,
  or remove duplicates."
  (setq FILE (or FILE ""))
  (if (file-name-absolute-p FILE)
      ;; It's an absolute file name, so don't need SEARCH-PATH
	(setq FILE (expand-file-name FILE))
	 (file-name-nondirectory FILE) (file-name-directory FILE)))
    (let ((subdir (file-name-directory FILE))
	  (file (file-name-nondirectory FILE))
      ;; Make list of completions in each directory on SEARCH-PATH
      (while SEARCH-PATH
	(let* ((dir (concat (file-name-as-directory 
			     (expand-file-name (car SEARCH-PATH)))
	       (dir-prefix (if FULL dir subdir)))
	  (if (file-directory-p dir)
	      (let ((subdir-completions 
		     (file-name-all-completions file dir)))
		(while subdir-completions
		  (setq all-completions 
			(cons (concat dir-prefix (car subdir-completions))
		  (setq subdir-completions (cdr subdir-completions))))))
	(setq SEARCH-PATH (cdr SEARCH-PATH)))   
      (if FAST all-completions
	(let ((sorted (nreverse (sort all-completions 'string<)))
	  (while sorted
	    (if (equal (car sorted) (car compressed)) nil
	      (setq compressed (cons (car sorted) compressed)))
	    (setq sorted (cdr sorted)))

;;=== Utilities ===========================================================

(defmacro progn-with-message (MESSAGE &rest FORMS)
  "(progn-with-message MESSAGE FORMS ...)
Display MESSAGE and evaluate FORMS, returning value of the last one."
  ;; based on Hallvard Furuseth's funcall-with-message
   (if (eq (selected-window) (minibuffer-window))
	 (goto-char (point-max))
	 (let ((orig-pmax (point-max)))
		 (insert " " (, MESSAGE)) (goto-char orig-pmax)
		 (sit-for 0)		; Redisplay
		 (,@ FORMS))
	     (delete-region orig-pmax (point-max)))))
      (message "%s" (, MESSAGE))
      (progn (,@ FORMS))
      (message "")))))

(put 'progn-with-message 'lisp-indent-hook 1)

;;=== Completion caching ==================================================

(defconst lib-complete:cache nil
  "Used within read-library and read-library-internal to prevent 
costly repeated calls to library-all-completions.
Format is a list of lists of the form

    ([<path> <subdir>] <cache-record> <cache-record> ...)

where each <cache-record> has the form

   (<root> <modtimes> <completion-table>)")

(defun lib-complete:better-root (ROOT1 ROOT2)
  "Return non-nil if ROOT1 is a superset of ROOT2."
  (and (equal (file-name-directory ROOT1) (file-name-directory ROOT2))
	(concat "^" (regexp-quote (file-name-nondirectory ROOT1)))

(defun lib-complete:get-completion-table (FILE PATH FILTER)
  (let* ((subdir (file-name-directory FILE))
	 (root (file-name-nondirectory FILE))
	   (function (lambda (dir) (file-name-as-directory
				    (expand-file-name (or dir "")))))
	 (key (vector PATH subdir FILTER))
	  (if subdir
	      (mapcar (function (lambda (dir) (concat dir subdir))) PATH)
	   (function (lambda (fn) (if fn (nth 5 (file-attributes fn))))) 
	 (cache-entry (assoc key lib-complete:cache))
	 (cache-records (cdr cache-entry)))
    ;; Look for cached entry
    (catch 'table
      (while cache-records
	(if (and 
	     (lib-complete:better-root (nth 0 (car cache-records)) root)
	     (equal (nth 1 (car cache-records)) path-modtimes))
	    (throw 'table (nth 2 (car cache-records))))
	(setq cache-records (cdr cache-records)))
      ;; Otherwise build completions
      (let ((completion-list 
	     (progn-with-message "(building completion table...)"
	       (library-all-completions FILE PATH nil 'fast)))
	    (completion-table (make-vector 127 0)))
	(while completion-list
	  (let ((completion
		 (if (or (not FILTER) 
			 (file-directory-p (car completion-list))) 
		     (car completion-list)
		   (funcall FILTER (car completion-list)))))
	    (if completion
		(intern completion completion-table)))
	  (setq completion-list (cdr completion-list)))
	;; Cache the completions
	(lib-complete:cache-completions key root 
					path-modtimes completion-table)

(defvar lib-complete:max-cache-size 40 
  "*Maximum number of search paths which are cached.")

(defun lib-complete:cache-completions (key root modtimes table)
  (let* ((cache-entry (assoc key lib-complete:cache))
	 (cache-records (cdr cache-entry))
	 (new-cache-records (list (list root modtimes table))))
    (if (not cache-entry) nil
      ;; Remove old cache entry
      (setq lib-complete:cache (delq cache-entry lib-complete:cache))
      ;; Copy non-redundant entries from old cache entry
      (while cache-records
	(if (or (equal root (nth 0 (car cache-records)))
		(lib-complete:better-root root (nth 0 (car cache-records))))
	  (setq new-cache-records 
		(cons (car cache-records) new-cache-records)))
	(setq cache-records (cdr cache-records))))
    ;; Add entry to front of cache
    (setq lib-complete:cache
	  (cons (cons key (nreverse new-cache-records)) lib-complete:cache))
    ;; Trim cache
    (let ((tail (nthcdr lib-complete:max-cache-size lib-complete:cache)))
      (if tail (setcdr tail nil)))))

;;=== Read a filename, with completion in a search path ===================

(defun read-library-internal (FILE FILTER FLAG)
  "Don't call this."
  ;; Relies on read-library-internal-search-path being let-bound
  (let ((completion-table
	  FILE read-library-internal-search-path FILTER)))
     ((not completion-table) nil)
     ;; Completion table is filtered before use, so the PREDICATE
     ;; argument is redundant.
     ((eq FLAG nil) (try-completion FILE completion-table nil))
     ((eq FLAG t) (all-completions FILE completion-table nil))
     ((eq FLAG 'lambda) (and (intern-soft FILE completion-table) t))

(defun read-library (PROMPT SEARCH-PATH &optional DEFAULT MUST-MATCH 
  "Read library name, prompting with PROMPT and completing in directories
from SEARCH-PATH.  A nil in the search path represents the current
directory.  Completions for a given search-path are cached, with the
cache being invalidated whenever one of the directories on the path changes.
Default to DEFAULT if user enters a null string.
Optional fourth arg MUST-MATCH non-nil means require existing file's name.
  Non-nil and non-t means also require confirmation after completion.
Optional fifth argument FULL non-nil causes a full pathname, rather than a 
  relative pathname, to be returned.  Note that FULL implies MUST-MATCH.
Optional sixth argument FILTER can be used to provide a function to
  filter the completions.  This function is passed the filename, and should
  return a transformed filename (possibly a null transformation) or nil, 
  indicating that the filename should not be included in the completions."
  (let* ((read-library-internal-search-path SEARCH-PATH)
	 (library (completing-read PROMPT 'read-library-internal 
				   FILTER (or MUST-MATCH FULL) nil)))
     ((equal library "") DEFAULT)
     (FULL (locate-file library read-library-internal-search-path
			;; decompression doesn't work with Mule -slb
			(if (featurep 'mule)
     (t library))))

;; NOTE: as a special case, read-library may be used to read a filename
;; relative to the current directory, returning a *relative* pathname
;; (read-file-name returns a full pathname).
;; eg. (read-library "Local header: " '(nil) nil)

(defun get-library-path ()
  "Front end to read-library"
  (read-library "Find Library file: " load-path nil t t
		  (function (lambda (fn) 
			       ;; decompression doesn't work with mule -slb
			       ((string-match (if (featurep 'mule)
						"\\.el\\(\\.gz\\)?$") fn)
				(substring fn 0 (match-beginning 0))))))

;;=== Replacement for load-library with completion ========================

(defun load-library (library)
  "Load the library named LIBRARY.
This is an interface to the function `load'."
   (list (read-library "Load Library: " load-path nil nil nil
		  (function (lambda (fn) 
			       ((string-match "\\.elc?$" fn)
				(substring fn 0 (match-beginning 0))))))
  (load library))

;;=== find-library with completion (Author: Heiko Muenkel) ===================

(defun find-library (library &optional codesys)
  "Find and edit the source for the library named LIBRARY.
The extension of the LIBRARY must be omitted.
Under XEmacs/Mule, the optional second argument specifies the
coding system to use when decoding the file.  Interactively,
with a prefix argument, you will be prompted for the coding system."
   (list (get-library-path)
	 (if current-prefix-arg
	     (read-coding-system "Coding System: "))))
  (find-file library codesys))

(defun find-library-other-window (library &optional codesys)
  "Load the library named LIBRARY in another window.
Under XEmacs/Mule, the optional second argument specifies the
coding system to use when decoding the file.  Interactively,
with a prefix argument, you will be prompted for the coding system."
   (list (get-library-path)
	 (if current-prefix-arg
	   (read-coding-system "Coding System: "))))
  (find-file-other-window library codesys))

(defun find-library-other-frame (library &optional codesys)
  "Load the library named LIBRARY in a newly-created frame.
Under XEmacs/Mule, the optional second argument specifies the
coding system to use when decoding the file.  Interactively,
with a prefix argument, you will be prompted for the coding system."
   (list (get-library-path)
	 (if current-prefix-arg
	     (read-coding-system "Coding System: "))))
  (find-file-other-frame library codesys))

; This conflicts with an existing binding
;(define-key global-map "\C-xl" 'find-library)
(define-key global-map "\C-x4l" 'find-library-other-window)
(define-key global-map "\C-x5l" 'find-library-other-frame)

(provide 'lib-complete)

;;; lib-complete.el ends here