Commit 029b623a authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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;;; easymenu.el --- support the easymenu interface for defining a menu.
;; Keywords: emulations
;; Copyright (C) 1994 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
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;;; This is compatible with easymenu.el by Per Abrahamsen
;;; but it is much simpler as it doesn't try to support other Emacs versions.
;;; The code was mostly derived from lmenu.el.
;;; Code:
;;;###autoload.
(defun 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.
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 a vector of three elements:
- the name of the menu item (a string);
- the `callback' of that item;
- t.
If the `callback' of a menu item is a symbol, then it must name a
command. It will be invoked with `call-interactively'. If it is a
list, then it is evaluated with `eval'.
If an element of a menu is a string, then that string appears in the
menu as unselectable text.
If an element of a menu is a string consisting solely of hyphens, then that
item is displayed as a solid horizontal line.
If an element of a menu is 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."
(let ((keymap (easy-menu-keymap (car menu) (cdr menu))))
(mapcar (function (lambda (map)
(define-key map (vector 'menu-bar (intern (car menu)))
(cons (car menu) keymap))))
(if (keymapp maps) (list maps) maps))))
;; Return a menu keymap corresponding to a Lucid-style menu list
;; MENU-ITEMS, and with name MENU-NAME.
(defun easy-menu-keymap (menu-name menu-items)
(let ((menu (make-sparse-keymap menu-name)))
;; Process items in reverse order,
;; since the define-key loop reverses them again.
(setq menu-items (reverse menu-items))
(while menu-items
(let* ((item (car menu-items))
(callback (if (vectorp item) (aref item 1)))
command enabler name)
(cond ((stringp item)
(setq command nil)
(setq name (if (string-match "^-+$" item) "" item)))
((consp item)
(setq command (make-lucid-menu-keymap (car item) (cdr item)))
(setq name (car item)))
((vectorp item)
(setq command (make-symbol (format "menu-function-%d"
add-menu-item-count)))
(setq enabler (make-symbol (format "menu-function-%d-enabler"
add-menu-item-count)))
(setq add-menu-item-count (1+ add-menu-item-count))
(put command 'menu-enable enabler)
(set enabler (aref item 2))
(setq name (aref item 0))
(if (symbolp callback)
(fset command callback)
(fset command (list 'lambda () '(interactive) callback)))))
(if (null command)
;; Handle inactive strings specially--allow any number
;; of identical ones.
(setcdr menu (cons (list nil name) (cdr menu)))
(if name
(define-key menu (vector (intern name)) (cons name command)))))
(setq menu-items (cdr menu-items)))
menu))
(provide 'easymenu)
;;; easymenu.el ends here
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