Commit 0626d5ab authored by Daniel Colascione's avatar Daniel Colascione

Add after-delete-frame-functions

Instead of working around the behavior delete-frame-functions, just
add an after-delete-frame-functions hook.

* doc/lispref/frames.texi (Deleting Frames): Document

* etc/NEWS: Mention `after-delete-frame-functions'.

* lisp/frame.el (blink-cursor--should-blink):
(blink-cursor--rescan-frames, blink-frame-mode): Get rid of the
ugly ignored-frame parameter and switch from
`delete-frame-functions' to `after-delete-frame-functions'.

* src/frame.c (syms_of_frame): New variable
(delete_frame): Use it.
parent 4ff438a4
......@@ -2530,6 +2530,7 @@ it.
@deffn Command delete-frame &optional frame force
@vindex delete-frame-functions
@vindex after-delete-frame-functions
This function deletes the frame @var{frame}. The argument @var{frame}
must specify a live frame (see below) and defaults to the selected
......@@ -2541,7 +2542,9 @@ performed recursively; so this step makes sure that no other frames with
@var{frame} as their ancestor will exist. Then, unless @var{frame}
specifies a tooltip, this function runs the hook
@code{delete-frame-functions} (each function getting one argument,
@var{frame}) before actually killing the frame.
@var{frame}) before actually killing the frame. After actually killing
the frame and removing the frame from the frame list, @code{delete-frame}
runs @code{after-delete-frame-functions}.
Note that a frame cannot be deleted as long as its minibuffer serves as
surrogate minibuffer for another frame (@pxref{Minibuffers and Frames}).
......@@ -582,6 +582,12 @@ manual for more details.
* Lisp Changes in Emacs 27.1
** New hook `after-delete-frame-functions'. Works like
`delete-frame-functions', but runs after the frame to be deleted
has been made dead and removed from the frame list, simplifying
some kinds of code.
** New focus state inspection interface: `focus-in-hook' and
`focus-out-hook' are marked obsolete. Instead, attach to
......@@ -2416,40 +2416,33 @@ frame receives focus."
(cancel-timer blink-cursor-idle-timer)
(setq blink-cursor-idle-timer nil)))
(defun blink-cursor--should-blink (&optional ignored-frame)
(defun blink-cursor--should-blink ()
"Determine whether we should be blinking.
Returns whether we have any focused non-TTY frame. IGNORED-FRAME
is a frame to ignore during the scan, used when we want to ignore
a frame about to be deleted."
Returns whether we have any focused non-TTY frame."
(and blink-cursor-mode
(let ((frame-list (frame-list))
(any-graphical-focused nil))
(while frame-list
(let ((frame (pop frame-list)))
(when (and (not (eq frame ignored-frame))
(display-graphic-p frame)
(frame-focus-state frame))
(when (and (display-graphic-p frame) (frame-focus-state frame))
(setf any-graphical-focused t)
(setf frame-list nil))))
(defun blink-cursor-check (&optional ignored-frame)
(defun blink-cursor-check ()
"Check if cursor blinking shall be restarted.
This is done when a frame gets focus. Blink timers may be
stopped by `blink-cursor-suspend'. Internally calls
`blink-cursor--should-blink' and returns its result."
(let ((should-blink (blink-cursor--should-blink ignored-frame)))
(let ((should-blink (blink-cursor--should-blink)))
(when (and should-blink (not blink-cursor-idle-timer))
(remove-hook 'post-command-hook 'blink-cursor-check)
(defun blink-cursor--rescan-frames (&optional ignored-frame)
"Called when the set of focused frames changes or when we
delete a frame. Re-check whether we want to enable blinking.
IGNORED-FRAME is there so we ignore a frame about to be deleted
when we're called under via `delete-frame-functions'."
(unless (blink-cursor-check ignored-frame)
(defun blink-cursor--rescan-frames (&optional _ign)
"Called when the set of focused frames changes or when we delete a frame."
(unless (blink-cursor-check)
(define-minor-mode blink-cursor-mode
......@@ -2474,11 +2467,11 @@ terminals, cursor blinking is controlled by the terminal."
:group 'cursor
:global t
(remove-hook 'delete-frame-functions #'blink-cursor--rescan-frames)
(remove-hook 'after-delete-frame-functions #'blink-cursor--rescan-frames)
(remove-function after-focus-change-function #'blink-cursor--rescan-frames)
(when blink-cursor-mode
(add-function :after after-focus-change-function #'blink-cursor--rescan-frames)
(add-hook 'delete-frame-functions #'blink-cursor--rescan-frames)
(add-hook 'after-delete-frame-functions #'blink-cursor--rescan-frames)
......@@ -2161,6 +2161,16 @@ delete_frame (Lisp_Object frame, Lisp_Object force)
if (!is_tooltip_frame)
update_mode_lines = 15;
/* Now run the post-deletion hooks. */
if (NILP (Vrun_hooks) || is_tooltip_frame)
else if (EQ (force, Qnoelisp))
= Fcons (list3 (Qrun_hook_with_args, Qafter_delete_frame_functions, frame),
safe_call2 (Qrun_hook_with_args, Qafter_delete_frame_functions, frame);
return Qnil;
......@@ -5897,6 +5907,14 @@ recursively). */);
Vdelete_frame_functions = Qnil;
DEFSYM (Qdelete_frame_functions, "delete-frame-functions");
DEFVAR_LISP ("after-delete-frame-functions",
doc: /* Functions run after deleting a frame.
The functions are run with one arg, the frame that was deleted and
which is now dead. */);
Vafter_delete_frame_functions = Qnil;
DEFSYM (Qafter_delete_frame_functions, "after-delete-frame-functions");
DEFVAR_LISP ("menu-bar-mode", Vmenu_bar_mode,
doc: /* Non-nil if Menu-Bar mode is enabled.
See the command `menu-bar-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
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