Commit 8c203dbf authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix bug #9549 with longlines-show-hard-newlines.

 src/xdisp.c (set_cursor_from_row): If the row ends in a newline from
 a display string, extend search for cursor position to end of row.
 (find_row_edges): If the row ends in a newline from a display
 string, increment its MATRIX_ROW_END_CHARPOS by one.
 Handle the case of a display string with multiple newlines.
parent 5147931d
2011-09-20 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* xdisp.c (set_cursor_from_row): If the row ends in a newline from
a display string, extend search for cursor position to end of row.
(find_row_edges): If the row ends in a newline from a display
string, increment its MATRIX_ROW_END_CHARPOS by one. (Bug#9549)
Handle the case of a display string with multiple newlines.
2011-09-19 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
* lread.c (Fread_from_string): Document what FINAL-STRING-INDEX is
......
......@@ -13666,6 +13666,17 @@ set_cursor_from_row (struct window *w, struct glyph_row *row,
x = -1;
/* If the row ends in a newline from a display string,
reordering could have moved the glyphs belonging to the
string out of the [GLYPH_BEFORE..GLYPH_AFTER] range. So
in this case we extend the search to the last glyph in
the row that was not inserted by redisplay. */
if (row->ends_in_newline_from_string_p)
{
glyph_after = end;
pos_after = MATRIX_ROW_END_CHARPOS (row) + delta;
}
/* GLYPH_BEFORE and GLYPH_AFTER are the glyphs that
correspond to POS_BEFORE and POS_AFTER, respectively. We
need START and STOP in the order that corresponds to the
......@@ -18341,7 +18352,8 @@ find_row_edges (struct it *it, struct glyph_row *row,
Line ends in a newline from buffer eol_pos + 1
Line is continued from buffer max_pos + 1
Line is truncated on right it->current.pos
Line ends in a newline from string max_pos
Line ends in a newline from string max_pos + 1(*)
(*) + 1 only when line ends in a forward scan
Line is continued from string max_pos
Line is continued from display vector max_pos
Line is entirely from a string min_pos == max_pos
......@@ -18354,8 +18366,76 @@ find_row_edges (struct it *it, struct glyph_row *row,
row->maxpos = it->current.pos;
else if (row->used[TEXT_AREA])
{
if (row->ends_in_newline_from_string_p)
SET_TEXT_POS (row->maxpos, max_pos, max_bpos);
int seen_this_string = 0;
struct glyph_row *r1 = row - 1;
/* Did we see the same display string on the previous row? */
if (STRINGP (it->object)
/* this is not the first row */
&& row > it->w->desired_matrix->rows
/* previous row is not the header line */
&& !r1->mode_line_p
/* previous row also ends in a newline from a string */
&& r1->ends_in_newline_from_string_p)
{
struct glyph *start, *end;
/* Search for the last glyph of the previous row that came
from buffer or string. Depending on whether the row is
L2R or R2L, we need to process it front to back or the
other way round. */
if (!r1->reversed_p)
{
start = r1->glyphs[TEXT_AREA];
end = start + r1->used[TEXT_AREA];
/* Glyphs inserted by redisplay have an integer (zero)
as their object. */
while (end > start
&& INTEGERP ((end - 1)->object)
&& (end - 1)->charpos <= 0)
--end;
if (end > start)
{
if (EQ ((end - 1)->object, it->object))
seen_this_string = 1;
}
else
abort ();
}
else
{
end = r1->glyphs[TEXT_AREA] - 1;
start = end + r1->used[TEXT_AREA];
while (end < start
&& INTEGERP ((end + 1)->object)
&& (end + 1)->charpos <= 0)
++end;
if (end < start)
{
if (EQ ((end + 1)->object, it->object))
seen_this_string = 1;
}
else
abort ();
}
}
/* Take note of each display string that covers a newline only
once, the first time we see it. This is for when a display
string includes more than one newline in it. */
if (row->ends_in_newline_from_string_p && !seen_this_string)
{
/* If we were scanning the buffer forward when we displayed
the string, we want to account for at least one buffer
position that belongs to this row (position covered by
the display string), so that cursor positioning will
consider this row as a candidate when point is at the end
of the visual line represented by this row. This is not
required when scanning back, because max_pos will already
have a much larger value. */
if (CHARPOS (row->end.pos) > max_pos)
INC_BOTH (max_pos, max_bpos);
SET_TEXT_POS (row->maxpos, max_pos, max_bpos);
}
else if (CHARPOS (it->eol_pos) > 0)
SET_TEXT_POS (row->maxpos,
CHARPOS (it->eol_pos) + 1, BYTEPOS (it->eol_pos) + 1);
......
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