Commit 57ece2a0 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix handling of manpage references divided by hyphenation

* lisp/man.el (Man-reference-regexp): Accept a newline as part
of a manpage name only if it's preceded by a hyphen.  (Bug#34286)
(Man-translate-references): Adapt to change in
(Man-default-man-entry): Support references divided between
two lines by an ASCII hyphen.  This is a left-over from fixing
parent 7ad0cd6f
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......@@ -318,7 +318,7 @@ This regular expression should start with a `^' character.")
(defvar Man-reference-regexp
(concat "\\(" Man-name-regexp
"\\(‐?\n[ \t]+" Man-name-regexp "\\)*\\)[ \t]*(\\("
"\\(\\([-‐]\n\\)?[ \t]+" Man-name-regexp "\\)*\\)[ \t]*(\\("
Man-section-regexp "\\))")
"Regular expression describing a reference to another manpage.")
......@@ -664,7 +664,7 @@ and the `Man-section-translations-alist' variables)."
;; "chmod(2V)" case ?
((string-match (concat "^" Man-reference-regexp "$") ref)
(setq name (replace-regexp-in-string "[\n\t ]" "" (match-string 1 ref))
section (match-string 3 ref)))
section (match-string 4 ref)))
;; "2v chmod" case ?
((string-match (concat "^\\(" Man-section-regexp
"\\) +\\(" Man-name-regexp "\\)$") ref)
......@@ -783,11 +783,22 @@ POS defaults to `point'."
;; see this-
;; command-here(1)
;; Note: This code gets executed iff our entry is after POS.
(when (looking-at "‐?[ \t\r\n]+\\([-a-zA-Z0-9._+:]+\\)([0-9])")
(setq word (concat word (match-string-no-properties 1)))
(when (looking-at
"‐?[ \t\r\n]+\\([-a-zA-Z0-9._+:]+\\)(" Man-section-regexp ")"))
(let ((1st-part word))
(setq word (concat word (match-string-no-properties 1)))
;; If they use -Tascii, we cannot know whether a hyphen at
;; EOL is or isn't part of the referenced manpage name.
;; Heuristics: if the part of the manpage before the hyphen
;; doesn't include a hyphen, we consider the hyphen to be
;; added by troff, and remove it.
(or (not (eq (string-to-char (substring 1st-part -1)) ?-))
(string-match-p "-" (substring 1st-part 0 -1))
(setq word (replace-regexp-in-string "-" "" word))))
;; Make sure the section number gets included by the code below.
(goto-char (match-end 1)))
(when (string-match "[-._]+$" word)
(when (string-match "[-._]+$" word)
(setq word (substring word 0 (match-beginning 0))))
;; The following was commented out since the preceding code
;; should not produce a leading "*" in the first place.
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