Commit 682ab5d9 authored by João Távora's avatar João Távora

Adjust previous electric.el and elec-pair.el change

This fixes a serious bug introduced previously
electric-pair-inhibit-if-helps-balance and
electric-pair-skip-if-helps-balance, whereby "innocent" markers were
being pushed by those function's new save-change-and-restore
semantics.  The fix can probably still be improved.

It also adds comments to parts of the code, where deemed necessary.

* lisp/elec-pair.el (electric-pair--insert): Add comment.
(electric-pair--save-literal-point-excursion): New helper macro.
(electric-pair-skip-if-helps-balance): Don't use
insert-before-markers since it may hurt other markers that have
nothing to do with the 'save-excursion'.
(electric-pair-post-self-insert-function): Use

* lisp/electric.el (electric-indent-post-self-insert-function):
Remove lexical variable.
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......@@ -228,6 +228,12 @@ inside a comment or string."
(let ((last-command-event char)
(blink-matching-paren nil)
(electric-pair-mode nil)
;; When adding the "closer" delimiter, a job his function is
;; frequently used for, we don't want to munch any extra
;; newlines above us. That would be the default behaviour of
;; `electric-layout-mode', which potentially kicked in before
;; us to add these newlines, and is probably about to kick in
;; again after we add the closer.
(electric-layout-allow-duplicate-newlines t))
(self-insert-command 1)))
......@@ -406,6 +412,15 @@ strings."
(let ((ppss (electric-pair--syntax-ppss (point) '(comment))))
(memq (nth 3 ppss) (list t char))))
(defmacro electric-pair--save-literal-point-excursion (&rest body)
;; FIXME: need this instead of `save-excursion' when functions in
;; BODY, such as `electric-pair-inhibit-if-helps-balance' and
;; `electric-pair-skip-if-helps-balance' modify and restore the
;; buffer in a way that modifies the marker used by save-excursion.
(let ((point (make-symbol "point")))
`(let ((,point (point)))
(unwind-protect (progn ,@body) (goto-char ,point)))))
(defun electric-pair-inhibit-if-helps-balance (char)
"Return non-nil if auto-pairing of CHAR would hurt parentheses' balance.
......@@ -427,7 +442,7 @@ happened."
(eq (cdr outermost) pair)))))
((eq syntax ?\")
(electric-pair--unbalanced-strings-p char))))
(insert-before-markers char)))))
(insert char)))))
(defun electric-pair-skip-if-helps-balance (char)
"Return non-nil if skipping CHAR would benefit parentheses' balance.
......@@ -452,7 +467,7 @@ happened."
(not (eq (cdr outermost) pair)))))))
((eq syntax ?\")
(electric-pair--inside-string-p char))))
(insert-before-markers char)))))
(insert char)))))
(defun electric-pair-default-skip-self (char)
(if electric-pair-preserve-balance
......@@ -498,7 +513,7 @@ happened."
((and (memq syntax '(?\) ?\" ?\$))
(and (or unconditional
(if (functionp electric-pair-skip-self)
(goto-char pos)
(funcall electric-pair-skip-self last-command-event))
......@@ -527,7 +542,7 @@ happened."
((and (memq syntax '(?\( ?\" ?\$))
(not overwrite-mode)
(or unconditional
(not (save-excursion
(not (electric-pair--save-literal-point-excursion
(goto-char pos)
(funcall electric-pair-inhibit-predicate
......@@ -544,6 +559,11 @@ happened."
(matching-paren (char-after))))
(save-excursion (newline 1 t)))))))
;; Prioritize this to kick in after
;; `electric-layout-post-self-insert-function': that considerably
;; simplifies interoperation when `electric-pair-mode',
;; `electric-layout-mode' and `electric-indent-mode' are used
;; together. Use `vc-region-history' on these lines for more info.
(put 'electric-pair-post-self-insert-function 'priority 50)
(defun electric-pair-will-use-region ()
......@@ -270,14 +270,12 @@ or comment."
;; hence copied).
(let ((at-newline (<= pos (line-beginning-position))))
(when at-newline
(let ((before (copy-marker (1- pos) t))
(let ((before (copy-marker (1- pos) t)))
(setq inhibit-reindentation
(or (memq indent-line-function
(or (memq indent-line-function
;; Don't reindent the previous line if the
;; indentation function is not a real one.
(goto-char before)
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