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Refine the documentation of Flymake

* progmodes/flymake.el (flymake-save-buffer-in-file)
(flymake-makehash, flymake-posn-at-point-as-event, flymake-nop)
(flymake-selected-frame, flymake-log, flymake-ins-after)
(flymake-set-at, flymake-get-buildfile-from-cache)
(flymake-add-buildfile-to-cache, flymake-clear-buildfile-cache)
(flymake-find-possible-master-files, flymake-save-buffer-in-file):
Refine the doc string.
(flymake-get-file-name-mode-and-masks): Reformat.
(flymake-get-real-file-name-function): Fix a minor bug.

* flymake.texi: Changing from one space between sentences to two.
parent 7a1d7ba7
2013-05-25 Xue Fuqiao <xfq.free@gmail.com>
* flymake.texi: Changing from one space between sentences to two.
2013-05-04 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* cl.texi (Obsolete Macros): Describe replacements for `flet'
......
......@@ -63,13 +63,13 @@ modify this GNU manual.''
@cindex Overview of Flymake
Flymake is a universal on-the-fly syntax checker implemented as an
Emacs minor mode. Flymake runs the pre-configured syntax check tool
Emacs minor mode. Flymake runs the pre-configured syntax check tool
(compiler for C++ files, @code{perl} for perl files, etc.)@: in the
background, passing it a temporary copy of the current buffer, and
parses the output for known error/warning message patterns. Flymake
parses the output for known error/warning message patterns. Flymake
then highlights erroneous lines (i.e., lines for which at least one
error or warning has been reported by the syntax check tool), and
displays an overall buffer status in the mode line. Status information
displays an overall buffer status in the mode line. Status information
displayed by Flymake contains total number of errors and warnings
reported for the buffer during the last syntax check.
......@@ -79,14 +79,14 @@ line, respectively.
Calling @code{flymake-display-err-menu-for-current-line} will popup a
menu containing error messages reported by the syntax check tool for
the current line. Errors/warnings belonging to another file, such as a
the current line. Errors/warnings belonging to another file, such as a
@code{.h} header file included by a @code{.c} file, are shown in the
current buffer as belonging to the first line. Menu items for such
messages also contain a filename and a line number. Selecting such a
current buffer as belonging to the first line. Menu items for such
messages also contain a filename and a line number. Selecting such a
menu item will automatically open the file and jump to the line with
error.
Syntax check is done 'on-the-fly'. It is started whenever
Syntax check is done 'on-the-fly'. It is started whenever
@itemize @bullet
@item buffer is loaded
......@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ delay is configurable).
Flymake is a universal syntax checker in the sense that it's easily
extended to support new syntax check tools and error message
patterns. @xref{Configuring Flymake}.
patterns. @xref{Configuring Flymake}.
@node Installing Flymake
@chapter Installing
......@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ patterns. @xref{Configuring Flymake}.
Flymake is packaged in a single file, @code{flymake.el}.
To install/update Flymake, place @code{flymake.el} to a directory
somewhere on Emacs load path. You might also want to byte-compile
somewhere on Emacs load path. You might also want to byte-compile
@code{flymake.el} to improve performance.
Also, place the following line in the @code{.emacs} file.
......@@ -141,13 +141,13 @@ You might also map the most frequently used Flymake functions, such as
@section Flymake mode
@cindex flymake-mode
Flymake is an Emacs minor mode. To use Flymake, you
Flymake is an Emacs minor mode. To use Flymake, you
must first activate @code{flymake-mode} by using the
@code{flymake-mode} function.
Instead of manually activating @code{flymake-mode}, you can configure
Flymake to automatically enable @code{flymake-mode} upon opening any
file for which syntax check is possible. To do so, place the following
file for which syntax check is possible. To do so, place the following
line in @code{.emacs}:
@lisp
......@@ -159,9 +159,9 @@ line in @code{.emacs}:
@cindex Manually starting the syntax check
When @code{flymake-mode} is active, syntax check is started
automatically on any of the three conditions mentioned above. Syntax
automatically on any of the three conditions mentioned above. Syntax
check can also be started manually by using the
@code{flymake-start-syntax-check-for-current-buffer} function. This
@code{flymake-start-syntax-check-for-current-buffer} function. This
can be used, for example, when changes were made to some other buffer
affecting the current buffer.
......@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ affecting the current buffer.
After syntax check is completed, lines for which at least one error or
warning has been reported are highlighted, and total number of errors
and warning is shown in the mode line. Use the following functions to
and warning is shown in the mode line. Use the following functions to
navigate the highlighted lines.
@multitable @columnfractions 0.25 0.75
......@@ -184,7 +184,7 @@ navigate the highlighted lines.
@end multitable
These functions treat erroneous lines as a linked list. Therefore,
These functions treat erroneous lines as a linked list. Therefore,
@code{flymake-goto-next-error} will go to the first erroneous line
when invoked in the end of the buffer.
......@@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ when invoked in the end of the buffer.
@cindex Viewing error messages
To view error messages belonging to the current line, use the
@code{flymake-display-err-menu-for-current-line} function. If there's
@code{flymake-display-err-menu-for-current-line} function. If there's
at least one error or warning reported for the current line, this
function will display a popup menu with error/warning texts.
Selecting the menu item whose error belongs to another file brings
......@@ -209,12 +209,12 @@ The following statuses are defined.
@multitable @columnfractions 0.25 0.75
@item Flymake* or Flymake:E/W*
@tab Flymake is currently running. For the second case, E/W contains the
@tab Flymake is currently running. For the second case, E/W contains the
error and warning count for the previous run.
@item Flymake
@tab Syntax check is not running. Usually this means syntax check was
successfully passed (no errors, no warnings). Other possibilities are:
@tab Syntax check is not running. Usually this means syntax check was
successfully passed (no errors, no warnings). Other possibilities are:
syntax check was killed as a result of executing
@code{flymake-compile}, or syntax check cannot start as compilation
is currently in progress.
......@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ OFF for the buffer.
@multitable @columnfractions 0.25 0.75
@item CFGERR
@tab Syntax check process returned nonzero exit code, but no
errors/warnings were reported. This indicates a possible configuration
errors/warnings were reported. This indicates a possible configuration
error (for example, no suitable error message patterns for the
syntax check tool).
......@@ -253,12 +253,12 @@ syntax check tool).
@cindex Troubleshooting
Flymake uses a simple logging facility for indicating important points
in the control flow. The logging facility sends logging messages to
the @code{*Messages*} buffer. The information logged can be used for
in the control flow. The logging facility sends logging messages to
the @code{*Messages*} buffer. The information logged can be used for
resolving various problems related to Flymake.
Logging output is controlled by the @code{flymake-log-level}
variable. @code{3} is the most verbose level, and @code{-1} switches
variable. @code{3} is the most verbose level, and @code{-1} switches
logging off.
@node Configuring Flymake
......@@ -286,30 +286,30 @@ Controls logging output, see @ref{Troubleshooting}.
@item flymake-allowed-file-name-masks
A list of @code{(filename-regexp, init-function, cleanup-function
getfname-function)} for configuring syntax check tools. @xref{Adding
getfname-function)} for configuring syntax check tools. @xref{Adding
support for a new syntax check tool}.
@ignore
@item flymake-buildfile-dirs
A list of directories (relative paths) for searching a
buildfile. @xref{Locating the buildfile}.
buildfile. @xref{Locating the buildfile}.
@end ignore
@item flymake-master-file-dirs
A list of directories for searching a master file. @xref{Locating a
A list of directories for searching a master file. @xref{Locating a
master file}.
@item flymake-get-project-include-dirs-function
A function used for obtaining a list of project include dirs (C/C++
specific). @xref{Getting the include directories}.
specific). @xref{Getting the include directories}.
@item flymake-master-file-count-limit
@itemx flymake-check-file-limit
Used when looking for a master file. @xref{Locating a master file}.
Used when looking for a master file. @xref{Locating a master file}.
@item flymake-err-line-patterns
Patterns for error/warning messages in the form @code{(regexp file-idx
line-idx col-idx err-text-idx)}. @xref{Parsing the output}.
line-idx col-idx err-text-idx)}. @xref{Parsing the output}.
@item flymake-compilation-prevents-syntax-check
A flag indicating whether compilation and syntax check of the same
......@@ -321,7 +321,7 @@ started after @code{flymake-no-changes-timeout} seconds.
@item flymake-gui-warnings-enabled
A boolean flag indicating whether Flymake will show message boxes for
non-recoverable errors. If @code{flymake-gui-warnings-enabled} is
non-recoverable errors. If @code{flymake-gui-warnings-enabled} is
@code{nil}, these errors will only be logged to the @code{*Messages*}
buffer.
......@@ -360,7 +360,7 @@ Which fringe (if any) should show the warning/error bitmaps.
@end menu
Syntax check tools are configured using the
@code{flymake-allowed-file-name-masks} list. Each item of this list
@code{flymake-allowed-file-name-masks} list. Each item of this list
has the following format:
@lisp
......@@ -371,14 +371,14 @@ has the following format:
@item filename-regexp
This field is used as a key for locating init/cleanup/getfname
functions for the buffer. Items in
@code{flymake-allowed-file-name-masks} are searched sequentially. The
@code{flymake-allowed-file-name-masks} are searched sequentially. The
first item with @code{filename-regexp} matching buffer filename is
selected. If no match is found, @code{flymake-mode} is switched off.
selected. If no match is found, @code{flymake-mode} is switched off.
@item init-function
@code{init-function} is required to initialize the syntax check,
usually by creating a temporary copy of the buffer contents. The
function must return @code{(list cmd-name arg-list)}. If
usually by creating a temporary copy of the buffer contents. The
function must return @code{(list cmd-name arg-list)}. If
@code{init-function} returns null, syntax check is aborted, by
@code{flymake-mode} is not switched off.
......@@ -389,7 +389,7 @@ usually deleting a temporary copy created by the @code{init-function}.
@item getfname-function
This function is used for translating filenames reported by the syntax
check tool into ``real'' filenames. Filenames reported by the tool
check tool into ``real'' filenames. Filenames reported by the tool
will be different from the real ones, as actually the tool works with
the temporary copy. In most cases, the default implementation
provided by Flymake, @code{flymake-get-real-file-name}, can be used as
......@@ -411,7 +411,7 @@ support for various syntax check tools.
@cindex Adding support for perl
In this example, we will add support for @code{perl} as a syntax check
tool. @code{perl} supports the @code{-c} option which does syntax
tool. @code{perl} supports the @code{-c} option which does syntax
checking.
First, we write the @code{init-function}:
......@@ -463,7 +463,7 @@ In this example we will add support for C files syntax checked by
@command{gcc} called via @command{make}.
We're not required to write any new functions, as Flymake already has
functions for @command{make}. We just add a new entry to the
functions for @command{make}. We just add a new entry to the
@code{flymake-allowed-file-name-masks}:
@lisp
......@@ -489,7 +489,7 @@ command line:
@code{base-dir} is a directory containing @code{Makefile}, see @ref{Locating the buildfile}.
Thus, @code{Makefile} must contain the @code{check-syntax} target. In
Thus, @code{Makefile} must contain the @code{check-syntax} target. In
our case this target might look like this:
@verbatim
......@@ -527,12 +527,12 @@ check-syntax:
Syntax check is started by calling @code{flymake-start-syntax-check-for-current-buffer}.
Flymake first determines whether it is able to do syntax
check. It then saves a copy of the buffer in a temporary file in the
check. It then saves a copy of the buffer in a temporary file in the
buffer's directory (or in the system temp directory, for java
files), creates a syntax check command and launches a process with
this command. The output is parsed using a list of error message patterns,
this command. The output is parsed using a list of error message patterns,
and error information (file name, line number, type and text) is
saved. After the process has finished, Flymake highlights erroneous
saved. After the process has finished, Flymake highlights erroneous
lines in the buffer using the accumulated error information.
@node Determining whether syntax check is possible
......@@ -551,14 +551,14 @@ Two syntax check modes are distinguished:
@item
Buffer can be syntax checked in a standalone fashion, that is, the
file (its temporary copy, in fact) can be passed over to the compiler to
do the syntax check. Examples are C/C++ (.c, .cpp) and Java (.java)
do the syntax check. Examples are C/C++ (.c, .cpp) and Java (.java)
sources.
@item
Buffer can be syntax checked, but additional file, called master file,
is required to perform this operation. A master file is a file that
is required to perform this operation. A master file is a file that
includes the current file, so that running a syntax check tool on it
will also check syntax in the current file. Examples are C/C++ (.h,
will also check syntax in the current file. Examples are C/C++ (.h,
.hpp) headers.
@end enumerate
......@@ -579,7 +579,7 @@ copies, finding master files, etc.), as well as some tool-specific
After the possibility of the syntax check has been determined, a
temporary copy of the current buffer is made so that the most recent
unsaved changes could be seen by the syntax check tool. Making a copy
unsaved changes could be seen by the syntax check tool. Making a copy
is quite straightforward in a standalone case (mode @code{1}), as it's
just saving buffer contents to a temporary file.
......@@ -595,11 +595,11 @@ name.
Locating a master file is discussed in the following section.
Patching just changes all appropriate lines of the master file so that they
use the new (temporary) name of the current file. For example, suppose current
use the new (temporary) name of the current file. For example, suppose current
file name is @code{file.h}, the master file is @code{file.cpp}, and
it includes current file via @code{#include "file.h"}. Current file's copy
it includes current file via @code{#include "file.h"}. Current file's copy
is saved to file @code{file_flymake.h}, so the include line must be
changed to @code{#include "file_flymake.h"}. Finally, patched master file
changed to @code{#include "file_flymake.h"}. Finally, patched master file
is saved to @code{file_flymake_master.cpp}, and the last one is passed to
the syntax check tool.
......@@ -609,27 +609,27 @@ the syntax check tool.
Master file is located in two steps.
First, a list of possible master files is built. A simple name
matching is used to find the files. For a C++ header @code{file.h},
First, a list of possible master files is built. A simple name
matching is used to find the files. For a C++ header @code{file.h},
Flymake searches for all @code{.cpp} files in the directories whose relative paths are
stored in a customizable variable @code{flymake-master-file-dirs}, which
usually contains something like @code{("." "./src")}. No more than
usually contains something like @code{("." "./src")}. No more than
@code{flymake-master-file-count-limit} entries is added to the master file
list. The list is then sorted to move files with names @code{file.cpp} to
list. The list is then sorted to move files with names @code{file.cpp} to
the top.
Next, each master file in a list is checked to contain the appropriate
include directives. No more than @code{flymake-check-file-limit} of each
include directives. No more than @code{flymake-check-file-limit} of each
file are parsed.
For @code{file.h}, the include directives to look for are
@code{#include "file.h"}, @code{#include "../file.h"}, etc. Each
@code{#include "file.h"}, @code{#include "../file.h"}, etc. Each
include is checked against a list of include directories
(see @ref{Getting the include directories}) to be sure it points to the
correct @code{file.h}.
First matching master file found stops the search. The master file is then
patched and saved to disk. In case no master file is found, syntax check is
First matching master file found stops the search. The master file is then
patched and saved to disk. In case no master file is found, syntax check is
aborted, and corresponding status (!) is reported in the mode line.
@node Getting the include directories
......@@ -637,19 +637,19 @@ aborted, and corresponding status (!) is reported in the mode line.
@cindex Include directories (C/C++ specific)
Two sets of include directories are distinguished: system include directories
and project include directories. The former is just the contents of the
@code{INCLUDE} environment variable. The latter is not so easy to obtain,
and project include directories. The former is just the contents of the
@code{INCLUDE} environment variable. The latter is not so easy to obtain,
and the way it can be obtained can vary greatly for different projects.
Therefore, a customizable variable
@code{flymake-get-project-include-dirs-function} is used to provide the
way to implement the desired behavior.
The default implementation, @code{flymake-get-project-include-dirs-imp},
uses a @command{make} call. This requires a correct base directory, that is, a
uses a @command{make} call. This requires a correct base directory, that is, a
directory containing a correct @file{Makefile}, to be determined.
As obtaining the project include directories might be a costly operation, its
return value is cached in the hash table. The cache is cleared in the beginning
return value is cached in the hash table. The cache is cleared in the beginning
of every syntax check attempt.
@node Locating the buildfile
......@@ -659,18 +659,18 @@ of every syntax check attempt.
@cindex Makefile, locating
Flymake can be configured to use different tools for performing syntax
checks. For example, it can use direct compiler call to syntax check a perl
checks. For example, it can use direct compiler call to syntax check a perl
script or a call to @command{make} for a more complicated case of a
@code{C/C++} source. The general idea is that simple files, like perl
@code{C/C++} source. The general idea is that simple files, like perl
scripts and html pages, can be checked by directly invoking a
corresponding tool. Files that are usually more complex and generally
corresponding tool. Files that are usually more complex and generally
used as part of larger projects, might require non-trivial options to
be passed to the syntax check tool, like include directories for
C++. The latter files are syntax checked using some build tool, like
C++. The latter files are syntax checked using some build tool, like
Make or Ant.
All Make configuration data is usually stored in a file called
@code{Makefile}. To allow for future extensions, flymake uses a notion of
@code{Makefile}. To allow for future extensions, flymake uses a notion of
buildfile to reference the 'project configuration' file.
Special function, @code{flymake-find-buildfile} is provided for locating buildfiles.
......@@ -679,7 +679,7 @@ for possible master files.
@ignore
A customizable variable
@code{flymake-buildfile-dirs} holds a list of relative paths to the
buildfile. They are checked sequentially until a buildfile is found.
buildfile. They are checked sequentially until a buildfile is found.
@end ignore
In case there's no build file, syntax check is aborted.
......@@ -690,7 +690,7 @@ Buildfile values are also cached.
@cindex Syntax check process
The command line (command name and the list of arguments) for launching a process is returned by the
initialization function. Flymake then just calls @code{start-process}
initialization function. Flymake then just calls @code{start-process}
to start an asynchronous process and configures process filter and
sentinel which is used for processing the output of the syntax check
tool.
......@@ -701,24 +701,24 @@ tool.
The output generated by the syntax check tool is parsed in the process
filter/sentinel using the error message patterns stored in the
@code{flymake-err-line-patterns} variable. This variable contains a
@code{flymake-err-line-patterns} variable. This variable contains a
list of items of the form @code{(regexp file-idx line-idx
err-text-idx)}, used to determine whether a particular line is an
error message and extract file name, line number and error text,
respectively. Error type (error/warning) is also guessed by matching
error text with the '@code{^[wW]arning}' pattern. Anything that was not
classified as a warning is considered an error. Type is then used to
respectively. Error type (error/warning) is also guessed by matching
error text with the '@code{^[wW]arning}' pattern. Anything that was not
classified as a warning is considered an error. Type is then used to
sort error menu items, which shows error messages first.
Flymake is also able to interpret error message patterns missing err-text-idx
information. This is done by merely taking the rest of the matched line
(@code{(substring line (match-end 0))}) as error text. This trick allows
information. This is done by merely taking the rest of the matched line
(@code{(substring line (match-end 0))}) as error text. This trick allows
to make use of a huge collection of error message line patterns from
@code{compile.el}. All these error patterns are appended to
@code{compile.el}. All these error patterns are appended to
the end of @code{flymake-err-line-patterns}.
The error information obtained is saved in a buffer local
variable. The buffer for which the process output belongs is
variable. The buffer for which the process output belongs is
determined from the process-id@w{}->@w{}buffer mapping updated
after every process launch/exit.
......@@ -727,7 +727,7 @@ after every process launch/exit.
@cindex Erroneous lines, faces
Highlighting is implemented with overlays and happens in the process
sentinel, after calling the cleanup function. Two customizable faces
sentinel, after calling the cleanup function. Two customizable faces
are used: @code{flymake-errline} and
@code{flymake-warnline}. Errors belonging outside the current
buffer are considered to belong to line 1 of the current buffer.
......@@ -749,12 +749,13 @@ and @code{flymake-warning-bitmap}.
The only mode flymake currently knows about is @code{compile}.
Flymake can be configured to not start syntax check if it thinks the
compilation is in progress. The check is made by the
compilation is in progress. The check is made by the
@code{flymake-compilation-is-running}, which tests the
@code{compilation-in-progress} variable. The reason why this might be
@code{compilation-in-progress} variable. The reason why this might be
useful is saving CPU time in case both syntax check and compilation
are very CPU intensive. The original reason for adding this feature,
though, was working around a locking problem with MS Visual C++ compiler.
are very CPU intensive. The original reason for adding this feature,
though, was working around a locking problem with MS Visual C++
compiler.
Flymake also provides an alternative command for starting compilation,
@code{flymake-compile}:
......
2013-05-25 Xue Fuqiao <xfq.free@gmail.com>
* progmodes/flymake.el (flymake-save-buffer-in-file)
(flymake-makehash, flymake-posn-at-point-as-event, flymake-nop)
(flymake-selected-frame, flymake-log, flymake-ins-after)
(flymake-set-at, flymake-get-buildfile-from-cache)
(flymake-add-buildfile-to-cache, flymake-clear-buildfile-cache)
(flymake-find-possible-master-files, flymake-save-buffer-in-file):
Refine the doc string.
(flymake-get-file-name-mode-and-masks): Reformat.
(flymake-get-real-file-name-function): Fix a minor bug.
2013-05-24 Juri Linkov <juri@jurta.org>
 
* progmodes/grep.el (grep-mode-font-lock-keywords):
......
;;; flymake.el -- a universal on-the-fly syntax checker
;;; flymake.el --- a universal on-the-fly syntax checker
;; Copyright (C) 2003-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
......@@ -68,6 +68,9 @@
;;;; [[ cross-emacs compatibility routines
(defsubst flymake-makehash (&optional test)
"Create and return a new hash table using TEST to compare keys.
It uses the function `make-hash-table' to make a hash-table if
you use GNU Emacs, otherwise it uses `makehash'."
(if (fboundp 'make-hash-table)
(if test (make-hash-table :test test) (make-hash-table))
(with-no-warnings
......@@ -106,10 +109,12 @@ Zero-length substrings at the beginning and end of the list are omitted."
(lambda () temporary-file-directory)))
(defun flymake-posn-at-point-as-event (&optional position window dx dy)
"Return pixel position of top left corner of glyph at POSITION,
relative to top left corner of WINDOW, as a mouse-1 click
event (identical to the event that would be triggered by clicking
mouse button 1 at the top left corner of the glyph).
"Return pixel position of top left corner of glyph at POSITION.
The position is relative to top left corner of WINDOW, as a
mouse-1 click event (identical to the event that would be
triggered by clicking mouse button 1 at the top left corner of
the glyph).
POSITION and WINDOW default to the position of point in the
selected window.
......@@ -164,7 +169,8 @@ See `x-popup-menu' for the menu specifier format."
(if (featurep 'xemacs) (progn
(defun flymake-nop ())
(defun flymake-nop ()
"Do nothing.")
(defun flymake-make-xemacs-menu (menu-data)
"Return a menu specifier using MENU-DATA."
......@@ -187,6 +193,7 @@ See `x-popup-menu' for the menu specifier format."
(count-lines (window-start) (point))))
(defun flymake-selected-frame ()
"Return the frame that is now selected."
(if (fboundp 'window-edges)
(selected-frame)
(selected-window)))
......@@ -217,31 +224,42 @@ See `x-popup-menu' for the menu specifier format."
:group 'flymake
:type 'integer)
;; (defcustom flymake-log-file-name "~/flymake.log"
;; "Where to put the flymake log if logging is enabled.
;;
;; See `flymake-log-level' if you want to control what is logged."
;; :group 'flymake
;; :type 'string)
(defun flymake-log (level text &rest args)
"Log a message at level LEVEL.
If LEVEL is higher than `flymake-log-level', the message is
ignored. Otherwise, it is printed using `message'.
TEXT is a format control string, and the remaining arguments ARGS
are the string substitutions (see `format')."
are the string substitutions (see the function `format')."
(if (<= level flymake-log-level)
(let* ((msg (apply 'format text args)))
(message "%s" msg)
;;(with-temp-buffer
;; (insert msg)
;; (insert "\n")
;; (flymake-save-buffer-in-file "d:/flymake.log" t) ; make log file name customizable
;; (flymake-save-buffer-in-file "~/flymake.log") ; make log file name customizable
;;)
)))
(defun flymake-ins-after (list pos val)
"Insert VAL into LIST after position POS."
(let ((tmp (copy-sequence list))) ; (???)
"Insert VAL into LIST after position POS.
POS counts from zero."
(let ((tmp (copy-sequence list))) ; Bind `tmp' to a copy of LIST
(setcdr (nthcdr pos tmp) (cons val (nthcdr (1+ pos) tmp)))
tmp))
(defun flymake-set-at (list pos val)
"Set VAL at position POS in LIST."
(let ((tmp (copy-sequence list))) ; (???)
)
"Set VAL at position POS in LIST.
POS counts from zero."
(let ((tmp (copy-sequence list))) ; Bind `tmp' to a copy of LIST
(setcar (nthcdr pos tmp) val)
tmp))
......@@ -249,7 +267,6 @@ are the string substitutions (see `format')."
"List of currently active flymake processes.")
(defvar flymake-output-residual nil)
(make-variable-buffer-local 'flymake-output-residual)
(defgroup flymake nil
......@@ -310,7 +327,7 @@ NAME is the file name function to use, default `flymake-get-real-file-name'."
(unless (stringp file-name)
(error "Invalid file-name"))
(let ((fnm flymake-allowed-file-name-masks)
(mode-and-masks nil))
(mode-and-masks nil))
(while (and (not mode-and-masks) fnm)
(if (string-match (car (car fnm)) file-name)
(setq mode-and-masks (cdr (car fnm))))
......@@ -336,18 +353,22 @@ Return nil if we cannot, non-nil if we can."
'flymake-simple-cleanup))
(defun flymake-get-real-file-name-function (file-name)
(or (nth 2 (flymake-get-file-name-mode-and-masks file-name))
(or (nth 4 (flymake-get-file-name-mode-and-masks file-name))
'flymake-get-real-file-name))
(defvar flymake-find-buildfile-cache (flymake-makehash 'equal))
(defun flymake-get-buildfile-from-cache (dir-name)
"Look up DIR-NAME in cache and return its associated value.
If DIR-NAME is not found, return nil."
(gethash dir-name flymake-find-buildfile-cache))
(defun flymake-add-buildfile-to-cache (dir-name buildfile)
"Associate DIR-NAME with BUILDFILE in the buildfile cache."
(puthash dir-name buildfile flymake-find-buildfile-cache))
(defun flymake-clear-buildfile-cache ()
"Clear the buildfile cache."
(clrhash flymake-find-buildfile-cache))
(defun flymake-find-buildfile (buildfile-name source-dir-name)
......@@ -394,9 +415,11 @@ Return t if so, nil if not."
(defun flymake-find-possible-master-files (file-name master-file-dirs masks)
"Find (by name and location) all possible master files.
Master files include .cpp and .c for .h. Files are searched for
starting from the .h directory and max max-level parent dirs.
File contents are not checked."
Name is specified by FILE-NAME and location is specified by
MASTER-FILE-DIRS. Master files include .cpp and .c for .h.
Files are searched for starting from the .h directory and max
max-level parent dirs. File contents are not checked."
(let* ((dirs master-file-dirs)
(files nil)
(done nil))
......@@ -593,6 +616,8 @@ Find master file, patch and save it."
nil))))
(defun flymake-save-buffer-in-file (file-name)
"Save the entire buffer contents into file FILE-NAME.
Create parent directories as needed."
(make-directory (file-name-directory file-name) 1)
(write-region nil nil file-name nil 566)