Commit 9d70a3fc authored by Andreas Schwab's avatar Andreas Schwab
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Remove obsolete volatile

	* keyboard.c: Remove duplicate <setjmp.h>.
	(read_key_sequence): Remove volatile qualifiers.
parent 5a874e95
2010-07-05 Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>
* keyboard.c: Remove duplicate <setjmp.h>.
(read_key_sequence): Remove volatile qualifiers.
2010-07-05 YAMAMOTO Mitsuharu <mituharu@math.s.chiba-u.ac.jp>
 
* dispextern.h (FRINGE_HEIGHT_BITS): New define.
......
......@@ -42,7 +42,6 @@ along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#include "puresize.h"
#include "systime.h"
#include "atimer.h"
#include <setjmp.h>
#include <errno.h>
#ifdef HAVE_GTK_AND_PTHREAD
......@@ -9182,48 +9181,48 @@ read_key_sequence (keybuf, bufsize, prompt, dont_downcase_last,
int can_return_switch_frame;
int fix_current_buffer;
{
volatile Lisp_Object from_string;
volatile int count = SPECPDL_INDEX ();
Lisp_Object from_string;
int count = SPECPDL_INDEX ();
/* How many keys there are in the current key sequence. */
volatile int t;
int t;
/* The length of the echo buffer when we started reading, and
the length of this_command_keys when we started reading. */
volatile int echo_start;
volatile int keys_start;
int echo_start;
int keys_start;
/* The number of keymaps we're scanning right now, and the number of
keymaps we have allocated space for. */
volatile int nmaps;
volatile int nmaps_allocated = 0;
int nmaps;
int nmaps_allocated = 0;
/* defs[0..nmaps-1] are the definitions of KEYBUF[0..t-1] in
the current keymaps. */
Lisp_Object *volatile defs = NULL;
Lisp_Object *defs = NULL;
/* submaps[0..nmaps-1] are the prefix definitions of KEYBUF[0..t-1]
in the current keymaps, or nil where it is not a prefix. */
Lisp_Object *volatile submaps = NULL;
Lisp_Object *submaps = NULL;
/* The local map to start out with at start of key sequence. */
volatile Lisp_Object orig_local_map;
Lisp_Object orig_local_map;
/* The map from the `keymap' property to start out with at start of
key sequence. */
volatile Lisp_Object orig_keymap;
Lisp_Object orig_keymap;
/* 1 if we have already considered switching to the local-map property
of the place where a mouse click occurred. */
volatile int localized_local_map = 0;
int localized_local_map = 0;
/* The index in submaps[] of the first keymap that has a binding for
this key sequence. In other words, the lowest i such that
submaps[i] is non-nil. */
volatile int first_binding;
int first_binding;
/* Index of the first key that has no binding.
It is useless to try fkey.start larger than that. */
volatile int first_unbound;
int first_unbound;
/* If t < mock_input, then KEYBUF[t] should be read as the next
input key.
......@@ -9238,7 +9237,7 @@ read_key_sequence (keybuf, bufsize, prompt, dont_downcase_last,
restart_sequence; the loop will read keys from keybuf up until
mock_input, thus rebuilding the state; and then it will resume
reading characters from the keyboard. */
volatile int mock_input = 0;
int mock_input = 0;
/* If the sequence is unbound in submaps[], then
keybuf[fkey.start..fkey.end-1] is a prefix in Vfunction_key_map,
......@@ -9248,28 +9247,28 @@ read_key_sequence (keybuf, bufsize, prompt, dont_downcase_last,
should hold off until t reaches them. We do this when we've just
recognized a function key, to avoid searching for the function
key's again in Vfunction_key_map. */
volatile keyremap fkey;
keyremap fkey;
/* Likewise, for key_translation_map and input-decode-map. */
volatile keyremap keytran, indec;
keyremap keytran, indec;
/* Non-zero if we are trying to map a key by changing an upper-case
letter to lower case, or a shifted function key to an unshifted
one. */
volatile int shift_translated = 0;
int shift_translated = 0;
/* If we receive a `switch-frame' or `select-window' event in the middle of
a key sequence, we put it off for later.
While we're reading, we keep the event here. */
volatile Lisp_Object delayed_switch_frame;
Lisp_Object delayed_switch_frame;
/* See the comment below... */
#if defined (GOBBLE_FIRST_EVENT)
Lisp_Object first_event;
#endif
volatile Lisp_Object original_uppercase;
volatile int original_uppercase_position = -1;
Lisp_Object original_uppercase;
int original_uppercase_position = -1;
/* Gets around Microsoft compiler limitations. */
int dummyflag = 0;
......@@ -9277,7 +9276,7 @@ read_key_sequence (keybuf, bufsize, prompt, dont_downcase_last,
struct buffer *starting_buffer;
/* List of events for which a fake prefix key has been generated. */
volatile Lisp_Object fake_prefixed_keys = Qnil;
Lisp_Object fake_prefixed_keys = Qnil;
#if defined (GOBBLE_FIRST_EVENT)
int junk;
......@@ -9435,13 +9434,13 @@ read_key_sequence (keybuf, bufsize, prompt, dont_downcase_last,
(say, a mouse click on the mode line which is being treated
as [mode-line (mouse-...)], then we backtrack to this point
of keybuf. */
volatile int last_real_key_start;
int last_real_key_start;
/* These variables are analogous to echo_start and keys_start;
while those allow us to restart the entire key sequence,
echo_local_start and keys_local_start allow us to throw away
just one key. */
volatile int echo_local_start, keys_local_start, local_first_binding;
int echo_local_start, keys_local_start, local_first_binding;
eassert (indec.end == t || (indec.end > t && indec.end <= mock_input));
eassert (indec.start <= indec.end);
......
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