Commit cba62b78 authored by Kenichi Handa's avatar Kenichi Handa
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(help-xref-mule-regexp): New variable

(help-make-xrefs): Handle help-xref-mule-regexp.
parent d313265f
2000-08-29 Kenichi Handa <>
* help.el (help-xref-mule-regexp): New variable
* help.el (help-xref-mule-regexp): New variable.
(help-make-xrefs): Handle help-xref-mule-regexp.
* international/mule-cmds.el (help-xref-mule-regexp-template): New
......@@ -1056,6 +1056,14 @@ Must be previously-defined."
The words preceding the quoted symbol can be used in doc strings to
distinguish references to variables, functions and symbols.")
(defconst help-xref-mule-regexp nil
"Regexp matching doc string references to multilingualization related keywords.
It is usually nil, and temporarily bound to a proper regexp while
executing multilingualiation related help commands
(e.g. describe-coding-system).")
(defconst help-xref-info-regexp
(purecopy "\\<[Ii]nfo[ \t\n]+node[ \t\n]+`\\([^']+\\)'")
"Regexp matching doc string references to an Info node.")
......@@ -1084,6 +1092,11 @@ with `help-follow'. Cross-references have the canonical form `...'
and the type of reference may be disambiguated by the preceding
word(s) used in `help-xref-symbol-regexp'.
If the variable `help-xref-mule-regexp' is non-nil, find also
cross-reference information related to multiligualization issues
\(e.g. coding-system). This variable is also used to disambiguate the
type of reference as the same way as `help-xref-symbol-regexp'.
A special reference `back' is made to return back through a stack of
help buffers. Variable `help-back-label' specifies the text for
......@@ -1111,6 +1124,33 @@ that."
(setq data (concat "(emacs)" data))))
(help-xref-button 1 #'info data
"mouse-2, RET: read this Info node"))))
;; Mule related keywords. Do this before trying
;; `help-xref-symbol-regexp' because some of Mule
;; keywords have variable or function definitions.
(if help-xref-mule-regexp
(while (re-search-forward help-xref-mule-regexp nil t)
(let* ((data (match-string 5))
(sym (intern-soft data)))
((match-string 3) ; coding system
(and (coding-system-p sym)
5 #'describe-coding-system sym
"mouse-2, RET: describe this coding system")))
((match-string 4) ; input method
(and (assoc data input-method-alist)
5 #'describe-input-method data
"mouse-2, RET: describe this input method")))
((coding-system-p sym)
5 #'describe-coding-system sym
"mouse-2, RET: describe this coding system"))
((assoc data input-method-alist)
5 #'describe-input-method data
"mouse-2, RET: describe this input method")))))))
;; Quoted symbols
(while (re-search-forward help-xref-symbol-regexp nil t)
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