Commit ba7529b6 authored by David Kastrup's avatar David Kastrup
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* woman.el (woman-Cyg-to-Win): Don't convert cons cells

corresponding to MANPATH_MAP entries.
(woman-man.conf-path, woman-parse-man.conf): Doc fix.
(woman-parse-man.conf): Use more discriminating man.conf name.
(woman-parse-man.conf): Parse MANPATH_MAP entries.
(woman-manpath): Doc fix and type fix.
(woman-cached-data): Check for MANPATH_MAP entries.
(woman-expand-directory-path): Treat MANPATH_MAP entries.

* woman.texi (Topic, Interface Options): Explain changes semantics of
woman-manpath in order to consider MANPATH_MAP entries.
parent 6797d272
2007-03-31 David Kastrup <dak@gnu.org>
* woman.el (woman-Cyg-to-Win): Don't convert cons cells
corresponding to MANPATH_MAP entries.
(woman-man.conf-path, woman-parse-man.conf): Doc fix.
(woman-parse-man.conf): Use more discriminating man.conf name.
(woman-parse-man.conf): Parse MANPATH_MAP entries.
(woman-manpath): Doc fix and type fix.
(woman-cached-data): Check for MANPATH_MAP entries.
(woman-expand-directory-path): Treat MANPATH_MAP entries.
2007-03-31 Stuart Herring <herring@lanl.gov>
 
* emacs-lisp/sregex.el (sregexq): Doc fix.
......@@ -486,24 +486,28 @@ As a special case, if PATHS is nil then replace it by calling
(defun woman-Cyg-to-Win (file)
"Convert an absolute filename FILE from Cygwin to Windows form."
;; Code taken from w32-symlinks.el
(if (eq (aref file 0) ?/)
;; Try to use Cygwin mount table via `cygpath.exe'.
(condition-case nil
(with-temp-buffer
;; cygpath -m file
(call-process "cygpath" nil t nil "-m" file)
(buffer-substring 1 (buffer-size)))
(error
;; Assume no `cygpath' program available.
;; Hack /cygdrive/x/ or /x/ or (obsolete) //x/ to x:/
(when (string-match "\\`\\(/cygdrive\\|/\\)?/./" file)
(if (match-string 1) ; /cygdrive/x/ or //x/ -> /x/
(setq file (substring file (match-end 1))))
(aset file 0 (aref file 1)) ; /x/ -> xx/
(aset file 1 ?:)) ; xx/ -> x:/
file))
file))
;; MANPATH_MAP conses are not converted since they presumably map
;; Cygwin to Cygwin form.
(if (consp file)
file
;; Code taken from w32-symlinks.el
(if (eq (aref file 0) ?/)
;; Try to use Cygwin mount table via `cygpath.exe'.
(condition-case nil
(with-temp-buffer
;; cygpath -m file
(call-process "cygpath" nil t nil "-m" file)
(buffer-substring 1 (buffer-size)))
(error
;; Assume no `cygpath' program available.
;; Hack /cygdrive/x/ or /x/ or (obsolete) //x/ to x:/
(when (string-match "\\`\\(/cygdrive\\|/\\)?/./" file)
(if (match-string 1) ; /cygdrive/x/ or //x/ -> /x/
(setq file (substring file (match-end 1))))
(aset file 0 (aref file 1)) ; /x/ -> xx/
(aset file 1 ?:)) ; xx/ -> x:/
file))
file)))
;;; User options:
......@@ -547,11 +551,12 @@ Change only via `Customization' or the function `add-hook'."
(mapcar 'woman-Cyg-to-Win path)
path))
"*List of dirs to search and/or files to try for man config file.
A trailing separator (`/' for UNIX etc.) on directories is optional,
and the filename is used if a directory specified is the first to
contain the strings \"man\" and \".conf\" (in that order).
If MANPATH is not set but a config file is found then it is parsed
instead to provide a default value for `woman-manpath'."
A trailing separator (`/' for UNIX etc.) on directories is
optional, and the filename is used if a directory specified is
the first to start with \"man\" and has an extension starting
with \".conf\". If MANPATH is not set but a config file is found
then it is parsed instead to provide a default value for
`woman-manpath'."
:type '(repeat string)
:group 'woman-interface)
......@@ -564,7 +569,9 @@ Concatenate data from all lines in the config file of the form
or
MANDATORY_MANPATH /usr/man
or
OPTIONAL_MANPATH /usr/man"
OPTIONAL_MANPATH /usr/man
or
MANPATH_MAP /opt/bin /opt/man"
;; Functionality suggested by Charles Curley.
(let ((path woman-man.conf-path)
file manpath)
......@@ -576,7 +583,7 @@ or
(or (not (file-directory-p file))
(and
(setq file
(directory-files file t "man.*\\.conf" t))
(directory-files file t "\\`man.*\\.conf[a-z]*\\'" t))
(file-readable-p (setq file (car file)))))
;; Parse the file -- if no MANPATH data ignore it:
(with-temp-buffer
......@@ -584,8 +591,13 @@ or
(while (re-search-forward
;; `\(?: ... \)' is a "shy group"
"\
^[ \t]*\\(?:MANDATORY_\\|OPTIONAL_\\)?MANPATH[ \t]+\\(\\S-+\\)" nil t)
(setq manpath (cons (match-string 1) manpath)))
^[ \t]*\\(?:\\(?:MANDATORY_\\|OPTIONAL_\\)?MANPATH[ \t]+\\(\\S-+\\)\\|\
MANPATH_MAP[ \t]+\\(\\S-+\\)[ \t]+\\(\\S-+\\)\\)" nil t)
(add-to-list 'manpath
(if (match-beginning 1)
(match-string 1)
(cons (match-string 2)
(match-string 3)))))
manpath))
))
(setq path (cdr path)))
......@@ -600,6 +612,11 @@ subdirectories of the form `man?', or more precisely subdirectories
selected by the value of `woman-manpath-man-regexp'. Non-directory
and unreadable files are ignored.
Elements can also be a cons cell indicating a mapping from PATH
to manual trees: if such an element's car is equal to a path
element of the environment variable PATH, the cdr of the cons
cell is included in the directory tree search.
If not set then the environment variable MANPATH is used. If no such
environment variable is found, the default list is determined by
consulting the man configuration file if found, which is determined by
......@@ -618,7 +635,7 @@ I recommend including drive letters explicitly, e.g.
The MANPATH environment variable may be set using DOS semi-colon-
separated or UN*X/Cygwin colon-separated syntax (but not mixed)."
:type '(repeat string)
:type '(repeat (choice string (cons string string)))
:group 'woman-interface)
(defcustom woman-manpath-man-regexp "[Mm][Aa][Nn]"
......@@ -1159,7 +1176,14 @@ Set from the cache by `woman-read-directory-cache'.")
Called both to generate and to check the cache!"
;; Must use substituted paths because values of env vars may change!
(list woman-cache-level
(mapcar 'substitute-in-file-name woman-manpath)
(let (lst path)
(dolist (dir woman-manpath (nreverse lst))
(when (consp dir)
(unless path
(setq path
(split-string (getenv "PATH") path-separator t)))
(setq dir (and (member (car dir) path) (cdr dir))))
(when dir (add-to-list 'lst (substitute-in-file-name dir)))))
(mapcar 'substitute-in-file-name woman-path)))
(defun woman-read-directory-cache ()
......@@ -1320,10 +1344,15 @@ Ignore any paths that are unreadable or not directories."
;; Allow each path to be a single string or a list of strings:
(if (not (listp woman-manpath)) (setq woman-manpath (list woman-manpath)))
(if (not (listp woman-path)) (setq woman-path (list woman-path)))
(let (dir head dirs)
(let (dir head dirs path)
(while woman-manpath
(setq dir (car woman-manpath)
woman-manpath (cdr woman-manpath))
(when (consp dir)
(unless path
(setq path (split-string (getenv "PATH") path-separator t)))
(setq dir (and (member (car dir) path)
(cdr dir))))
(if (and dir (woman-file-readable-p dir))
;; NB: `parse-colon-path' creates null elements for
;; redundant (semi-)colons and trailing `/'s!
......
2007-03-31 David Kastrup <dak@gnu.org>
* woman.texi (Topic, Interface Options): Explain changes semantics of
woman-manpath in order to consider MANPATH_MAP entries.
2007-03-31 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* misc.texi (Printing): Postscript -> PostScript.
......
......@@ -386,9 +386,9 @@ WoMan tries to pick up the information that would be used by the
UNIX, then WoMan parses that. Otherwise, if WoMan can find a
configuration file named (by default) @file{man.conf} (or something very
similar), which seems to be the standard mechanism under GNU/Linux, then
it parses that. To be precise, ``something very similar'' means having
two name components separated by a dot and respectively containing
@samp{man} and beginning with @samp{conf}, e.g.@: @file{manual.configuration}.
it parses that. To be precise, ``something very similar'' means
starting with @samp{man} and ending with @samp{.conf} and possibly more
lowercase letters, e.g.@: @file{manual.configuration}.
The search path and/or precise full path name for this file are set by
the value of the customizable user option @code{woman-man.conf-path}.
If all else fails, WoMan uses a plausible default man search path.
......@@ -407,7 +407,10 @@ elements of @code{woman-path} must be directories that contain man files
@emph{directly}. Secondly, the last directory component of each element
of @code{woman-path} is treated as a regular (Emacs) match expression
rather than a fixed name, which allows collections of related
directories to be specified succinctly.
directories to be specified succinctly. Also, elements of
@code{woman-manpath} can be conses, indicating a mapping from
@samp{PATH} environment variable components to man directory
hierarchies.
For topic completion to work, WoMan must build a list of all the manual
files that it can access, which can be very slow, especially if a
......@@ -943,7 +946,9 @@ A list of strings representing @emph{directory trees} to search for Unix
manual files. Each element should be the name of a directory that
contains subdirectories of the form @file{man?}, or more precisely
subdirectories selected by the value of @code{woman-manpath-man-regexp}.
Non-directory and unreadable files are ignored.
Non-directory and unreadable files are ignored. This can also contain
conses, with the car indicating a @code{PATH} variable component mapped
to the directory tree given in the cdr.
@cindex @code{MANPATH}, environment variable
If not set then the environment variable @code{MANPATH} is used. If no
......
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