Commit aa56f361 authored by Stefan Monnier's avatar Stefan Monnier
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* lisp/files.el (cd): Make completion obey cd-path.

* lread.c (Qdir_ok): New constant.
(syms_of_lread): Initialize it.
(openp): Don't ignore directories if the predicate returns dir-ok.

Fixes: debbugs:7924
parent 42af913d
2011-02-18 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* files.el (cd): Make completion obey cd-path (bug#7924).
2011-02-18 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
 
* progmodes/prolog.el: Don't require compile when compiling.
......
......@@ -681,26 +681,37 @@ that list of directories (separated by occurrences of
`path-separator') when resolving a relative directory name.
The path separator is colon in GNU and GNU-like systems."
(interactive
(list (read-directory-name "Change default directory: "
default-directory default-directory
(and (member cd-path '(nil ("./")))
(null (getenv "CDPATH"))))))
(if (file-name-absolute-p dir)
(cd-absolute (expand-file-name dir))
(if (null cd-path)
(let ((trypath (parse-colon-path (getenv "CDPATH"))))
(setq cd-path (or trypath (list "./")))))
(if (not (catch 'found
(mapc
(function (lambda (x)
(let ((f (expand-file-name (concat x dir))))
(if (file-directory-p f)
(progn
(cd-absolute f)
(throw 'found t))))))
cd-path)
nil))
(error "No such directory found via CDPATH environment variable"))))
(list
;; FIXME: There's a subtle bug in the completion below. Seems linked
;; to a fundamental difficulty of implementing `predicate' correctly.
;; The manifestation is that TAB may list non-directories in the case where
;; those files also correspond to valid directories (if your cd-path is (A/
;; B/) and you have A/a a file and B/a a directory, then both `a' and `a/'
;; will be listed as valid completions).
;; This is because `a' (listed because of A/a) is indeed a valid choice
;; (which will lead to the use of B/a).
(minibuffer-with-setup-hook
(lambda ()
(setq minibuffer-completion-table
(apply-partially #'locate-file-completion-table
cd-path nil))
(setq minibuffer-completion-predicate
(lambda (dir)
(locate-file dir cd-path nil
(lambda (f) (and (file-directory-p f) 'dir-ok))))))
(unless cd-path
(setq cd-path (or (parse-colon-path (getenv "CDPATH"))
(list "./"))))
(read-directory-name "Change default directory: "
default-directory default-directory
t))))
(unless cd-path
(setq cd-path (or (parse-colon-path (getenv "CDPATH"))
(list "./"))))
(cd-absolute
(or (locate-file dir cd-path nil
(lambda (f) (and (file-directory-p f) 'dir-ok)))
(error "No such directory found via CDPATH environment variable"))))
(defun load-file (file)
"Load the Lisp file named FILE."
......@@ -720,9 +731,12 @@ If SUFFIXES is non-nil, it should be a list of suffixes to append to
file name when searching. If SUFFIXES is nil, it is equivalent to '(\"\").
Use '(\"/\") to disable PATH search, but still try the suffixes in SUFFIXES.
If non-nil, PREDICATE is used instead of `file-readable-p'.
This function will normally skip directories, so if you want it to find
directories, make sure the PREDICATE function returns `dir-ok' for them.
PREDICATE can also be an integer to pass to the `access' system call,
in which case file-name handlers are ignored. This usage is deprecated.
For compatibility, PREDICATE can also be one of the symbols
`executable', `readable', `writable', or `exists', or a list of
one or more of those symbols."
......
2011-02-18 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* lread.c (Qdir_ok): New constant.
(syms_of_lread): Initialize it.
(openp): Don't ignore directories if the predicate returns dir-ok.
2011-02-18 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
 
* xdisp.c (display_line): Fix the change made for bug#7939.
......@@ -1250,7 +1250,9 @@ If SUFFIXES is non-nil, it should be a list of suffixes to append to
file name when searching.
If non-nil, PREDICATE is used instead of `file-readable-p'.
PREDICATE can also be an integer to pass to the access(2) function,
in which case file-name-handlers are ignored. */)
in which case file-name-handlers are ignored.
This function will normally skip directories, so if you want it to find
directories, make sure the PREDICATE function returns `dir-ok' for them. */)
(Lisp_Object filename, Lisp_Object path, Lisp_Object suffixes, Lisp_Object predicate)
{
Lisp_Object file;
......@@ -1260,6 +1262,7 @@ in which case file-name-handlers are ignored. */)
return file;
}
static Lisp_Object Qdir_ok;
/* Search for a file whose name is STR, looking in directories
in the Lisp list PATH, and trying suffixes from SUFFIX.
......@@ -1377,9 +1380,12 @@ openp (Lisp_Object path, Lisp_Object str, Lisp_Object suffixes, Lisp_Object *sto
if (NILP (predicate))
exists = !NILP (Ffile_readable_p (string));
else
exists = !NILP (call1 (predicate, string));
if (exists && !NILP (Ffile_directory_p (string)))
exists = 0;
{
Lisp_Object tmp = call1 (predicate, string);
exists = !NILP (tmp)
&& (EQ (tmp, Qdir_ok)
|| !NILP (Ffile_directory_p (string)));
}
if (exists)
{
......@@ -4377,6 +4383,9 @@ to load. See also `load-dangerous-libraries'. */);
Qfile_truename = intern_c_string ("file-truename");
staticpro (&Qfile_truename) ;
Qdir_ok = intern_c_string ("dir-ok");
staticpro (&Qdir_ok);
Qdo_after_load_evaluation = intern_c_string ("do-after-load-evaluation");
staticpro (&Qdo_after_load_evaluation) ;
......
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