Commit 500fcedc authored by Stefan Monnier's avatar Stefan Monnier
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Add `declare' for `defun'. Align `defmacro's with it.

* lisp/emacs-lisp/easy-mmode.el (define-minor-mode)
(define-globalized-minor-mode): Don't autoload the var definitions.
* lisp/emacs-lisp/byte-run.el: Use lexical-binding.
(defun-declarations-alist, macro-declarations-alist): New vars.
(defmacro, defun): Use them.
(make-obsolete, define-obsolete-function-alias)
(make-obsolete-variable, define-obsolete-variable-alias):
Use `declare'.
(macro-declaration-function): Mark obsolete.
* lisp/emacs-lisp/autoload.el: Use lexical-binding.
(make-autoload): Add `expansion' arg.  Rely more on macro expansion.
parent b03b4c00
......@@ -299,6 +299,11 @@ still be supported for Emacs 24.x.
* Lisp changes in Emacs 24.2
** `defun' also accepts a (declare DECLS) form, like `defmacro'.
The interpretation of the DECLS is determined by `defun-declarations-alist'.
** `macro-declaration-function' is obsolete, use `macro-declarations-alist'.
** New function `set-temporary-overlay-map'.
** New macros `setq-local' and `defvar-local'.
......
2012-05-31 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
Add `declare' for `defun'. Align `defmacro's with it.
* emacs-lisp/easy-mmode.el (define-minor-mode)
(define-globalized-minor-mode): Don't autoload the var definitions.
* emacs-lisp/byte-run.el: Use lexical-binding.
(defun-declarations-alist, macro-declarations-alist): New vars.
(defmacro, defun): Use them.
(make-obsolete, define-obsolete-function-alias)
(make-obsolete-variable, define-obsolete-variable-alias):
Use `declare'.
(macro-declaration-function): Mark obsolete.
* emacs-lisp/autoload.el: Use lexical-binding.
(make-autoload): Add `expansion' arg. Rely more on macro expansion.
2012-05-30 Agustín Martín Domingo <agustin.martin@hispalinux.es>
* textmodes/ispell.el (ispell-with-no-warnings):
Define as a macro.
(ispell-kill-ispell, ispell-change-dictionary): Use
`called-interactively-p' for Emacs instead of obsolete
(ispell-kill-ispell, ispell-change-dictionary):
Use `called-interactively-p' for Emacs instead of obsolete
`interactive-p'.
2012-05-30 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
......
;; autoload.el --- maintain autoloads in loaddefs.el
;; autoload.el --- maintain autoloads in loaddefs.el -*- lexical-binding: t -*-
;; Copyright (C) 1991-1997, 2001-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
......@@ -86,28 +86,67 @@ that text will be copied verbatim to `generated-autoload-file'.")
(defvar autoload-modified-buffers) ;Dynamically scoped var.
(defun make-autoload (form file)
(defun make-autoload (form file &optional expansion)
"Turn FORM into an autoload or defvar for source file FILE.
Returns nil if FORM is not a special autoload form (i.e. a function definition
or macro definition or a defcustom)."
or macro definition or a defcustom).
If EXPANSION is non-nil, we're processing the macro expansion of an
expression, in which case we want to handle forms differently."
(let ((car (car-safe form)) expand)
(cond
((and expansion (eq car 'defalias))
(pcase-let*
((`(,_ ,_ ,arg . ,rest) form)
;; `type' is non-nil if it defines a macro.
;; `fun' is the function part of `arg' (defaults to `arg').
((or (and (or `(cons 'macro ,fun) `'(macro . ,fun)) (let type t))
(and (let fun arg) (let type nil)))
arg)
;; `lam' is the lambda expression in `fun' (or nil if not
;; recognized).
(lam (if (memq (car-safe fun) '(quote function)) (cadr fun)))
;; `args' is the list of arguments (or t if not recognized).
;; `body' is the body of `lam' (or t if not recognized).
((or `(lambda ,args . ,body)
(and (let args t) (let body t)))
lam)
;; Get the `doc' from `body' or `rest'.
(doc (cond ((stringp (car-safe body)) (car body))
((stringp (car-safe rest)) (car rest))))
;; Look for an interactive spec.
(interactive (pcase body
((or `((interactive . ,_) . ,_)
`(,_ (interactive . ,_) . ,_)) t))))
;; Add the usage form at the end where describe-function-1
;; can recover it.
(when (listp args) (setq doc (help-add-fundoc-usage doc args)))
;; (message "autoload of %S" (nth 1 form))
`(autoload ,(nth 1 form) ,file ,doc ,interactive ,type)))
((and expansion (memq car '(progn prog1)))
(let ((end (memq :autoload-end form)))
(when end ;Cut-off anything after the :autoload-end marker.
(setq form (copy-sequence form))
(setcdr (memq :autoload-end form) nil))
(let ((exps (delq nil (mapcar (lambda (form)
(make-autoload form file expansion))
(cdr form)))))
(when exps (cons 'progn exps)))))
;; For complex cases, try again on the macro-expansion.
((and (memq car '(easy-mmode-define-global-mode define-global-minor-mode
define-globalized-minor-mode
define-globalized-minor-mode defun defmacro
;; FIXME: we'd want `defmacro*' here as well, so as
;; to handle its `declare', but when autoload is run
;; CL is not loaded so macroexpand doesn't know how
;; to expand it!
easy-mmode-define-minor-mode define-minor-mode))
(setq expand (let ((load-file-name file)) (macroexpand form)))
(eq (car expand) 'progn)
(memq :autoload-end expand))
(let ((end (memq :autoload-end expand)))
;; Cut-off anything after the :autoload-end marker.
(setcdr end nil)
(cons 'progn
(mapcar (lambda (form) (make-autoload form file))
(cdr expand)))))
(memq (car expand) '(progn prog1 defalias)))
(make-autoload expand file 'expansion)) ;Recurse on the expansion.
;; For special function-like operators, use the `autoload' function.
((memq car '(defun define-skeleton defmacro define-derived-mode
((memq car '(define-skeleton define-derived-mode
define-compilation-mode define-generic-mode
easy-mmode-define-global-mode define-global-minor-mode
define-globalized-minor-mode
......@@ -124,40 +163,21 @@ or macro definition or a defcustom)."
(t)))
(body (nthcdr (get car 'doc-string-elt) form))
(doc (if (stringp (car body)) (pop body))))
(when (listp args)
;; Add the usage form at the end where describe-function-1
;; can recover it.
(setq doc (help-add-fundoc-usage doc args)))
(let ((exp
;; `define-generic-mode' quotes the name, so take care of that
(list 'autoload (if (listp name) name (list 'quote name))
file doc
(or (and (memq car '(define-skeleton define-derived-mode
define-generic-mode
easy-mmode-define-global-mode
define-global-minor-mode
define-globalized-minor-mode
easy-mmode-define-minor-mode
define-minor-mode)) t)
(eq (car-safe (car body)) 'interactive))
(if macrop (list 'quote 'macro) nil))))
(when macrop
;; Special case to autoload some of the macro's declarations.
(let ((decls (nth (if (stringp (nth 3 form)) 4 3) form))
(exps '()))
(when (eq (car-safe decls) 'declare)
;; FIXME: We'd like to reuse macro-declaration-function,
;; but we can't since it doesn't return anything.
(dolist (decl decls)
(case (car-safe decl)
(indent
(push `(put ',name 'lisp-indent-function ',(cadr decl))
exps))
(doc-string
(push `(put ',name 'doc-string-elt ',(cadr decl)) exps))))
(when exps
(setq exp `(progn ,exp ,@exps))))))
exp)))
;; Add the usage form at the end where describe-function-1
;; can recover it.
(when (listp args) (setq doc (help-add-fundoc-usage doc args)))
;; `define-generic-mode' quotes the name, so take care of that
(list 'autoload (if (listp name) name (list 'quote name))
file doc
(or (and (memq car '(define-skeleton define-derived-mode
define-generic-mode
easy-mmode-define-global-mode
define-global-minor-mode
define-globalized-minor-mode
easy-mmode-define-minor-mode
define-minor-mode)) t)
(eq (car-safe (car body)) 'interactive))
(if macrop (list 'quote 'macro) nil))))
;; For defclass forms, use `eieio-defclass-autoload'.
((eq car 'defclass)
......@@ -190,6 +210,11 @@ or macro definition or a defcustom)."
(if (member ',file loads) nil
(put ',groupname 'custom-loads (cons ',file loads))))))
;; When processing a macro expansion, any expression
;; before a :autoload-end should be included. These are typically (put
;; 'fun 'prop val) and things like that.
((and expansion (consp form)) form)
;; nil here indicates that this is not a special autoload form.
(t nil))))
......@@ -481,7 +506,7 @@ Return non-nil if and only if FILE adds no autoloads to OUTFILE
(search-forward generate-autoload-cookie)
(skip-chars-forward " \t")
(if (eolp)
(condition-case err
(condition-case-unless-debug err
;; Read the next form and make an autoload.
(let* ((form (prog1 (read (current-buffer))
(or (bolp) (forward-line 1))))
......@@ -671,9 +696,9 @@ file binds `generated-autoload-file' as a file-local variable,
write its autoloads into the specified file instead."
(interactive "DUpdate autoloads from directory: ")
(let* ((files-re (let ((tmp nil))
(dolist (suf (get-load-suffixes)
(concat "^[^=.].*" (regexp-opt tmp t) "\\'"))
(unless (string-match "\\.elc" suf) (push suf tmp)))))
(dolist (suf (get-load-suffixes))
(unless (string-match "\\.elc" suf) (push suf tmp)))
(concat "^[^=.].*" (regexp-opt tmp t) "\\'")))
(files (apply 'nconc
(mapcar (lambda (dir)
(directory-files (expand-file-name dir)
......
;;; byte-run.el --- byte-compiler support for inlining
;;; byte-run.el --- byte-compiler support for inlining -*- lexical-binding: t -*-
;; Copyright (C) 1992, 2001-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
......@@ -30,9 +30,8 @@
;;; Code:
;; We define macro-declaration-function here because it is needed to
;; handle declarations in macro definitions and this is the first file
;; loaded by loadup.el that uses declarations in macros.
;; `macro-declaration-function' are both obsolete (as marked at the end of this
;; file) but used in many .elc files.
(defvar macro-declaration-function #'macro-declaration-function
"Function to process declarations in a macro definition.
......@@ -66,6 +65,45 @@ The return value of this function is not used."
(message "Unknown declaration %s" d)))
(message "Invalid declaration %s" d))))))
;; We define macro-declaration-alist here because it is needed to
;; handle declarations in macro definitions and this is the first file
;; loaded by loadup.el that uses declarations in macros.
(defvar defun-declarations-alist
;; FIXME: Should we also add an `obsolete' property?
(list
;; Too bad we can't use backquote yet at this stage of the bootstrap.
(list 'advertised-calling-convention
#'(lambda (f arglist when)
(list 'set-advertised-calling-convention
(list 'quote f) (list 'quote arglist) (list 'quote when))))
(list 'doc-string
#'(lambda (f pos)
(list 'put (list 'quote f) ''doc-string-elt (list 'quote pos))))
(list 'indent
#'(lambda (f val)
(list 'put (list 'quote f)
''lisp-indent-function (list 'quote val)))))
"List associating function properties to their macro expansion.
Each element of the list takes the form (PROP FUN) where FUN is
a function. For each (PROP . VALUES) in a function's declaration,
the FUN corresponding to PROP is called with the function name
and the VALUES and should return the code to use to set this property.")
(defvar macro-declarations-alist
(cons
(list 'debug
#'(lambda (name spec)
(list 'progn :autoload-end
(list 'put (list 'quote name)
''edebug-form-spec (list 'quote spec)))))
defun-declarations-alist)
"List associating properties of macros to their macro expansion.
Each element of the list takes the form (PROP FUN) where FUN is
a function. For each (PROP . VALUES) in a macro's declaration,
the FUN corresponding to PROP is called with the function name
and the VALUES and should return the code to use to set this property.")
(put 'defmacro 'doc-string-elt 3)
(defalias 'defmacro
(cons
......@@ -76,21 +114,9 @@ When the macro is called, as in (NAME ARGS...),
the function (lambda ARGLIST BODY...) is applied to
the list ARGS... as it appears in the expression,
and the result should be a form to be evaluated instead of the original.
DECL is a declaration, optional, which can specify how to indent
calls to this macro, how Edebug should handle it, and which argument
should be treated as documentation. It looks like this:
(declare SPECS...)
The elements can look like this:
(indent INDENT)
Set NAME's `lisp-indent-function' property to INDENT.
(debug DEBUG)
Set NAME's `edebug-form-spec' property to DEBUG. (This is
equivalent to writing a `def-edebug-spec' for the macro.)
(doc-string ELT)
Set NAME's `doc-string-elt' property to ELT."
DECL is a declaration, optional, of the form (declare DECLS...) where
DECLS is a list of elements of the form (PROP . VALUES). These are
interpreted according to `macro-declarations-alist'."
(if (stringp docstring) nil
(if decl (setq body (cons decl body)))
(setq decl docstring)
......@@ -104,28 +130,67 @@ The elements can look like this:
(let* ((fun (list 'function (cons 'lambda (cons arglist body))))
(def (list 'defalias
(list 'quote name)
(list 'cons ''macro fun))))
(if decl
(list 'progn
(list 'funcall 'macro-declaration-function
(list 'quote name)
(list 'quote decl))
def)
(list 'cons ''macro fun)))
(declarations
(mapcar
#'(lambda (x)
(let ((f (cdr (assq (car x) macro-declarations-alist))))
(if f (apply (car f) name (cdr x))
(message "Warning: Unknown macro property %S in %S"
(car x) name))))
(cdr decl))))
(if declarations
(cons 'prog1 (cons def declarations))
def)))))
;; Now that we defined defmacro we can use it!
(defmacro defun (name arglist &optional docstring &rest body)
"Define NAME as a function.
The definition is (lambda ARGLIST [DOCSTRING] BODY...).
See also the function `interactive'."
See also the function `interactive'.
DECL is a declaration, optional, of the form (declare DECLS...) where
DECLS is a list of elements of the form (PROP . VALUES). These are
interpreted according to `defun-declarations-alist'.
\(fn NAME ARGLIST &optional DOCSTRING DECL &rest BODY)"
;; We can't just have `decl' as an &optional argument, because we need
;; to distinguish
;; (defun foo (arg) (toto) nil)
;; from
;; (defun foo (arg) (toto)).
(declare (doc-string 3))
(if docstring (setq body (cons docstring body))
(if (null body) (setq body '(nil))))
(list 'defalias
(list 'quote name)
(list 'function
(cons 'lambda
(cons arglist body)))))
(let ((decls (cond
((eq (car-safe docstring) 'declare)
(prog1 (cdr docstring) (setq docstring nil)))
((eq (car-safe (car body)) 'declare)
(prog1 (cdr (car body)) (setq body (cdr body)))))))
(if docstring (setq body (cons docstring body))
(if (null body) (setq body '(nil))))
(let ((declarations
(mapcar
#'(lambda (x)
(let ((f (cdr (assq (car x) defun-declarations-alist))))
(cond
(f (apply (car f) name (cdr x)))
;; Yuck!!
((and (featurep 'cl)
(memq (car x) ;C.f. cl-do-proclaim.
'(special inline notinline optimize warn)))
(if (null (stringp docstring))
(push (list 'declare x) body)
(setcdr body (cons (list 'declare x) (cdr body))))
nil)
(t (message "Warning: Unknown defun property %S in %S"
(car x) name)))))
decls))
(def (list 'defalias
(list 'quote name)
(list 'function
(cons 'lambda
(cons arglist body))))))
(if declarations
(cons 'prog1 (cons def declarations))
def))))
;; Redefined in byte-optimize.el.
;; This is not documented--it's not clear that we should promote it.
......@@ -158,7 +223,6 @@ See also the function `interactive'."
;; (list 'put x ''byte-optimizer nil)))
;; fns)))
;; This has a special byte-hunk-handler in bytecomp.el.
(defmacro defsubst (name arglist &rest body)
"Define an inline function. The syntax is just like that of `defun'."
(declare (debug defun) (doc-string 3))
......@@ -172,7 +236,7 @@ See also the function `interactive'."
(defvar advertised-signature-table (make-hash-table :test 'eq :weakness 'key))
(defun set-advertised-calling-convention (function signature when)
(defun set-advertised-calling-convention (function signature _when)
"Set the advertised SIGNATURE of FUNCTION.
This will allow the byte-compiler to warn the programmer when she uses
an obsolete calling convention. WHEN specifies since when the calling
......@@ -187,15 +251,15 @@ If CURRENT-NAME is a string, that is the `use instead' message
\(it should end with a period, and not start with a capital).
WHEN should be a string indicating when the function
was first made obsolete, for example a date or a release number."
(declare (advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
(obsolete-name current-name when) "23.1"))
(interactive "aMake function obsolete: \nxObsoletion replacement: ")
(put obsolete-name 'byte-obsolete-info
;; The second entry used to hold the `byte-compile' handler, but
;; is not used any more nowadays.
(purecopy (list current-name nil when)))
obsolete-name)
(set-advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
'make-obsolete '(obsolete-name current-name when) "23.1")
(defmacro define-obsolete-function-alias (obsolete-name current-name
&optional when docstring)
......@@ -209,14 +273,13 @@ is equivalent to the following two lines of code:
\(make-obsolete 'old-fun 'new-fun \"22.1\")
See the docstrings of `defalias' and `make-obsolete' for more details."
(declare (doc-string 4))
(declare (doc-string 4)
(advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
(obsolete-name current-name when &optional docstring) "23.1"))
`(progn
(defalias ,obsolete-name ,current-name ,docstring)
(make-obsolete ,obsolete-name ,current-name ,when)))
(set-advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
'define-obsolete-function-alias
'(obsolete-name current-name when &optional docstring) "23.1")
(defun make-obsolete-variable (obsolete-name current-name &optional when access-type)
"Make the byte-compiler warn that OBSOLETE-NAME is obsolete.
......@@ -226,13 +289,13 @@ WHEN should be a string indicating when the variable
was first made obsolete, for example a date or a release number.
ACCESS-TYPE if non-nil should specify the kind of access that will trigger
obsolescence warnings; it can be either `get' or `set'."
(declare (advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
(obsolete-name current-name when &optional access-type) "23.1"))
(put obsolete-name 'byte-obsolete-variable
(purecopy (list current-name access-type when)))
obsolete-name)
(set-advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
'make-obsolete-variable
'(obsolete-name current-name when &optional access-type) "23.1")
(defmacro define-obsolete-variable-alias (obsolete-name current-name
&optional when docstring)
......@@ -255,7 +318,10 @@ For the benefit of `custom-set-variables', if OBSOLETE-NAME has
any of the following properties, they are copied to
CURRENT-NAME, if it does not already have them:
'saved-value, 'saved-variable-comment."
(declare (doc-string 4))
(declare (doc-string 4)
(advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
(obsolete-name current-name when &optional docstring) "23.1"))
`(progn
(defvaralias ,obsolete-name ,current-name ,docstring)
;; See Bug#4706.
......@@ -264,10 +330,6 @@ CURRENT-NAME, if it does not already have them:
(null (get ,current-name prop))
(put ,current-name prop (get ,obsolete-name prop))))
(make-obsolete-variable ,obsolete-name ,current-name ,when)))
(set-advertised-calling-convention
;; New code should always provide the `when' argument.
'define-obsolete-variable-alias
'(obsolete-name current-name when &optional docstring) "23.1")
;; FIXME This is only defined in this file because the variable- and
;; function- versions are too. Unlike those two, this one is not used
......@@ -348,4 +410,9 @@ In interpreted code, this is entirely equivalent to `progn'."
;; (file-format emacs19))"
;; nil)
(make-obsolete-variable 'macro-declaration-function
'macro-declarations-alist "24.2")
(make-obsolete 'macro-declaration-function
'macro-declarations-alist "24.2")
;;; byte-run.el ends here
......@@ -229,6 +229,7 @@ For example, you could write
(variable nil)
((not globalp)
`(progn
:autoload-end
(defvar ,mode ,init-value ,(format "Non-nil if %s is enabled.
Use the command `%s' to change this variable." pretty-name mode))
(make-variable-buffer-local ',mode)))
......@@ -366,8 +367,10 @@ call another major mode in their body."
"-mode\\'" "" (symbol-name mode))))))
`(progn
(defvar ,MODE-major-mode nil)
(make-variable-buffer-local ',MODE-major-mode)
(progn
:autoload-end
(defvar ,MODE-major-mode nil)
(make-variable-buffer-local ',MODE-major-mode))
;; The actual global minor-mode
(define-minor-mode ,global-mode
;; Very short lines to avoid too long lines in the generated
......
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