Commit 2c695727 authored by Jay Belanger's avatar Jay Belanger

calc.el (calc-trail-mode,calc-refresh): Use `face' property to italicize headers.

(calc-highlight-selections-with-faces): New variable.
(calc-selected-face, calc-nonselected-face): New faces.

calccomp.el (math-comp-highlight-string): Use
`calc-highlight-selections-with-faces' to determine how to highlight
subformulas.

calc-sel.el (calc-show-selections): Change message to something
appropriate. 

calc.texi (Making Selections, Selecting Subformulas)
(Customizing Calc): Mention how to use faces to emphasize selected
subformulas.
parent b93d4f22
2010-08-08 Jay Belanger <jay.p.belanger@gmail.com>
* calc.texi (Making Selections, Selecting Subformulas)
(Customizing Calc): Mention how to use faces to emphasize selected
sub-formulas.
2010-08-05 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* tramp.texi (External packages): File attributes cache flushing
......
......@@ -21513,7 +21513,11 @@ to
@noindent
Every character not part of the sub-formula @samp{b} has been changed
to a dot. The @samp{*} next to the line number is to remind you that
to a dot. (If the customizable variable
@code{calc-highlight-selections-with-faces} is non-nil, then the characters
not part of the sub-formula are de-emphasized by using a less
noticeable face instead of using dots. @pxref{Displaying Selections}.)
The @samp{*} next to the line number is to remind you that
the formula has a portion of it selected. (In this case, it's very
obvious, but it might not always be. If Embedded mode is enabled,
the word @samp{Sel} also appears in the mode line because the stack
......@@ -21726,6 +21730,9 @@ of the hierarchy simply by pointing to it with the cursor.
@noindent
@kindex j d
@pindex calc-show-selections
@vindex calc-highlight-selections-with-faces
@vindex calc-selected-face
@vindex calc-nonselected-face
The @kbd{j d} (@code{calc-show-selections}) command controls how
selected sub-formulas are displayed. One of the alternatives is
illustrated in the above examples; if we press @kbd{j d} we switch
......@@ -21740,6 +21747,13 @@ by @samp{#} signs:
. . . . 2 x + 1
@end group
@end smallexample
If the customizable variable
@code{calc-highlight-selections-with-faces} is non-nil, then the
non-selected portion of the formula will be de-emphasized by using a
less noticeable face (@code{calc-nonselected-face}) instead of dots
and the selected sub-formula will be highlighted by using a more
noticeable face (@code{calc-selected-face}) instead of @samp{#}
signs. (@pxref{Customizing Calc}.)
@node Operating on Selections, Rearranging with Selections, Displaying Selections, Selecting Subformulas
@subsection Operating on Selections
......@@ -34911,7 +34925,7 @@ character of the prefix can simply be typed twice.
Calc is controlled by many variables, most of which can be reset
from within Calc. Some variables are less involved with actual
calculation, and can be set outside of Calc using Emacs's
calculation and can be set outside of Calc using Emacs's
customization facilities. These variables are listed below.
Typing @kbd{M-x customize-variable RET @var{variable-name} RET}
will bring up a buffer in which the variable's value can be redefined.
......@@ -35197,6 +35211,22 @@ should also be added to @code{calc-embedded-announce-formula-alist}
and @code{calc-embedded-open-close-plain-alist}.
@end defvar
@defvar calc-highlight-selections-with-faces
@defvarx calc-selected-face
@defvarx calc-nonselected-face
The variable @code{calc-highlight-selections-with-faces}
determines how selected sub-formulas are distinguished.
If @code{calc-highlight-selections-with-faces} is nil, then
a selected sub-formula is distinguished either by changing every
character not part of the sub-formula with a dot or by changing every
character in the sub-formula with a @samp{#} sign.
If @code{calc-highlight-selections-with-faces} is t,
then a selected sub-formula is distinguished either by displaying the
non-selected portion of the formula with @code{calc-nonselected-face}
or by displaying the selected sub-formula with
@code{calc-nonselected-face}. (@pxref{Displaying Selections}.)
@end defvar
@defvar calc-multiplication-has-precedence
The variable @code{calc-multiplication-has-precedence} determines
whether multiplication has precedence over division in algebraic
2010-08-08 Jay Belanger <jay.p.belanger@gmail.com>
* calc/calc.el (calc-trail-mode,calc-refresh): Use `face' property
to italicize headers.
(calc-highlight-selections-with-faces): New variable.
(calc-selected-face, calc-nonselected-face): New faces.
* calc/calccomp.el (math-comp-highlight-string): Use
`calc-highlight-selections-with-faces' to determine how to highlight
sub-formulas.
* calc/calc-sel.el (calc-show-selections): Change message to when
using faces to highlight selections.
2010-08-07 Michael R. Mauger <mmaug@yahoo.com>
* progmodes/sql.el (sql-mode-sqlite-font-lock-keywords): Added
......
......@@ -309,6 +309,8 @@
(setq n (1+ n))))
(calc-clear-command-flag 'position-point)))
(defvar calc-highlight-selections-with-faces)
(defun calc-show-selections (arg)
(interactive "P")
(calc-wrapper
......@@ -330,8 +332,12 @@
(setcar (nthcdr 2 calc-selection-cache-entry) nil)
(calc-change-current-selection sel)))))
(message (if calc-show-selections
"Displaying only selected part of formulas"
"Displaying all but selected part of formulas"))))
(if calc-highlight-selections-with-faces
"De-emphasizing all but selected part of formulas"
"Displaying only selected part of formulas")
(if calc-highlight-selections-with-faces
"Emphasizing selected part of formulas"
"Displaying all but selected part of formulas")))))
;; The variables calc-final-point-line and calc-final-point-column
;; are declared in calc.el, and are used throughout.
......
......@@ -425,6 +425,27 @@ in normal mode."
:group 'calc
:type 'integer)
(defcustom calc-highlight-selections-with-faces
nil
"If non-nil, use a separate face to indicate selected sub-formulas.
If `calc-show-selections' is non-nil, then selected sub-formulas are shown
by displaying the rest of the formula in `calc-nonselected-face'.
If `calc-show-selections' is nil, then selected sub-formulas are shown
by displaying the sub-formula in `calc-selected-face'."
:group 'calc
:type 'boolean)
(defface calc-nonselected-face
'((t :inherit shadow
:slant italic))
"Face used to show the non-selected portion of a formula."
:group 'calc)
(defface calc-selected-face
'((t :weight bold))
"Face used to show the selected portion of a formula."
:group 'calc)
(defvar calc-bug-address "jay.p.belanger@gmail.com"
"Address of the maintainer of Calc, for use by `report-calc-bug'.")
......@@ -1385,8 +1406,7 @@ commands given here will actually operate on the *Calculator* stack."
(set (make-local-variable 'calc-main-buffer) buf))
(when (= (buffer-size) 0)
(let ((buffer-read-only nil))
(insert (propertize (concat "Emacs Calculator Trail\n")
'font-lock-face 'italic))))
(insert (propertize "Emacs Calculator Trail\n" 'face 'italic))))
(run-mode-hooks 'calc-trail-mode-hook))
(defun calc-create-buffer ()
......@@ -1976,7 +1996,7 @@ See calc-keypad for details."
(erase-buffer)
(when calc-show-banner
(insert (propertize "--- Emacs Calculator Mode ---\n"
'font-lock-face 'italic)))
'face 'italic)))
(while thing
(goto-char (point-min))
(when calc-show-banner
......
......@@ -1339,12 +1339,15 @@
(defun math-comp-highlight-string (s)
(setq s (copy-sequence s))
(let ((i (length s)))
(while (>= (setq i (1- i)) 0)
(or (memq (aref s i) '(32 ?\n))
(aset s i (if calc-show-selections ?\. ?\#)))))
s)
(if calc-highlight-selections-with-faces
(if (not calc-show-selections)
(propertize s 'face 'calc-selected-face)
(propertize s 'face 'calc-nonselected-face))
(let ((i (length s)))
(while (>= (setq i (1- i)) 0)
(or (memq (aref s i) '(32 ?\n))
(aset s i (if calc-show-selections ?\. ?\#)))))
s))
;; The variable math-comp-sel-tag is local to calc-find-selected-part
;; in calc-sel.el, but is used by math-comp-sel-flat-term and
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