Commit cda7e185 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Merge from origin/emacs-26

17ebb6e5 (origin/emacs-26) Use consistent function names in thread-tes...
1c862297 Fix format error in Faccept_process_output
b38b91a8 Lessen stack consumption in recursive read1
3eb4603b Match w32 paths in grep sans --null hits (Bug#32051)
5cc7c4b4 Fix previous make-network-process change
d6a1b69c Another documentation improvement in flyspell.el
9b49a8ed Improve documentation of Flyspell
3744fda5 Provide feature 'threads
ef9025f5 Save the server alias on reconnect (Bug#29657)
db3874b1 Refer to "proper lists" instead of "true lists"
35e0305d Avoid turning on the global-minor-mode recursively
51bf4e46 Fix Bug#32085
parents 1013e039 17ebb6e5
......@@ -427,11 +427,15 @@ dictionary.
@cindex mode, Flyspell
@findex flyspell-mode
Flyspell mode is a minor mode that performs automatic spell-checking
as you type. When it finds a word that it does not recognize, it
highlights that word. Type @kbd{M-x flyspell-mode} to toggle Flyspell
mode in the current buffer. To enable Flyspell mode in all text mode
buffers, add @code{flyspell-mode} to @code{text-mode-hook}.
@xref{Hooks}.
of the text you type as you type it. When it finds a word that it
does not recognize, it highlights that word. Type @kbd{M-x
flyspell-mode} to toggle Flyspell mode in the current buffer. To
enable Flyspell mode in all text mode buffers, add
@code{flyspell-mode} to @code{text-mode-hook}. @xref{Hooks}. Note
that, as Flyspell mode needs to check each word across which you move,
it will slow down cursor motion and scrolling commands. It also
doesn't automatically check the text you didn't type or move across;
use @code{flyspell-region} or @code{flyspell-buffer} for that.
@findex flyspell-correct-word
@findex flyspell-auto-correct-word
......
......@@ -50,16 +50,19 @@ convention; at the level of cons cells, the @sc{car} and @sc{cdr}
slots have similar properties). Hence, the @sc{cdr} slot of each cons
cell in a list refers to the following cons cell.
@cindex proper list
@cindex true list
Also by convention, the @sc{cdr} of the last cons cell in a list is
@code{nil}. We call such a @code{nil}-terminated structure a
@dfn{true list}. In Emacs Lisp, the symbol @code{nil} is both a
symbol and a list with no elements. For convenience, the symbol
@code{nil} is considered to have @code{nil} as its @sc{cdr} (and also
as its @sc{car}).
Hence, the @sc{cdr} of a true list is always a true list. The
@sc{cdr} of a nonempty true list is a true list containing all the
@dfn{proper list}@footnote{It is sometimes also referred to as a
@dfn{true list}, but we generally do not use this terminology in this
manual.}. In Emacs Lisp, the symbol @code{nil} is both a symbol and a
list with no elements. For convenience, the symbol @code{nil} is
considered to have @code{nil} as its @sc{cdr} (and also as its
@sc{car}).
Hence, the @sc{cdr} of a proper list is always a proper list. The
@sc{cdr} of a nonempty proper list is a proper list containing all the
elements except the first.
@cindex dotted list
......@@ -71,10 +74,10 @@ Pair Notation}). There is one other possibility: some cons cell's
@sc{cdr} could point to one of the previous cons cells in the list.
We call that structure a @dfn{circular list}.
For some purposes, it does not matter whether a list is true,
For some purposes, it does not matter whether a list is proper,
circular or dotted. If a program doesn't look far enough down the
list to see the @sc{cdr} of the final cons cell, it won't care.
However, some functions that operate on lists demand true lists and
However, some functions that operate on lists demand proper lists and
signal errors if given a dotted list. Most functions that try to find
the end of a list enter infinite loops if given a circular list.
......@@ -538,7 +541,7 @@ object. The final argument is not copied or converted; it becomes the
is itself a list, then its elements become in effect elements of the
result list. If the final element is not a list, the result is a
dotted list since its final @sc{cdr} is not @code{nil} as required
in a true list.
in a proper list (@pxref{Cons Cells}).
@end defun
Here is an example of using @code{append}:
......
......@@ -1355,7 +1355,7 @@ each initialized to @var{object}.
@defun vconcat &rest sequences
@cindex copying vectors
This function returns a new vector containing all the elements of
@var{sequences}. The arguments @var{sequences} may be true lists,
@var{sequences}. The arguments @var{sequences} may be proper lists,
vectors, strings or bool-vectors. If no @var{sequences} are given,
the empty vector is returned.
......
......@@ -1094,6 +1094,10 @@ syntax requires a leading volume (share) name, for example:
based on standard protocols, such as HTTP@. @option{davs} does the same
but with SSL encryption. Both methods support the port numbers.
Paths being part of the WebDAV volume to be mounted by GVFS, as it is
common for OwnCloud or NextCloud file names, are not supported by
these methods.
@item @option{gdrive}
@cindex method @option{gdrive}
@cindex @option{gdrive} method
......
......@@ -474,7 +474,12 @@ See `%s' for more information on %s."
;; The function that calls TURN-ON in each buffer.
(defun ,MODE-enable-in-buffers ()
(dolist (buf ,MODE-buffers)
(let ((buffers ,MODE-buffers))
;; Clear MODE-buffers to avoid scanning the same list of
;; buffers in recursive calls to MODE-enable-in-buffers.
;; Otherwise it could lead to infinite recursion.
(setq ,MODE-buffers nil)
(dolist (buf buffers)
(when (buffer-live-p buf)
(with-current-buffer buf
(unless ,MODE-set-explicitly
......@@ -484,12 +489,11 @@ See `%s' for more information on %s."
(,mode -1)
(funcall #',turn-on))
(funcall #',turn-on))))
(setq ,MODE-major-mode major-mode)))))
(setq ,MODE-major-mode major-mode))))))
(put ',MODE-enable-in-buffers 'definition-name ',global-mode)
(defun ,MODE-check-buffers ()
(,MODE-enable-in-buffers)
(setq ,MODE-buffers nil)
(remove-hook 'post-command-hook ',MODE-check-buffers))
(put ',MODE-check-buffers 'definition-name ',global-mode)
......
......@@ -583,7 +583,7 @@ If ARG is non-nil, instead prompt for connection parameters."
(setq-local rcirc-connection-info
(list server port nick user-name full-name startup-channels
password encryption))
password encryption server-alias))
(setq-local rcirc-process process)
(setq-local rcirc-server server)
(setq-local rcirc-server-name
......
......@@ -374,7 +374,9 @@ Notice that using \\[next-error] or \\[compile-goto-error] modifies
;; to handle weird file names (with colons in them) as
;; well as possible. E.g., use [1-9][0-9]* rather than
;; [0-9]+ so as to accept ":034:" in file names.
"\\(?1:[^\n:]+?[^\n/:]\\):[\t ]*\\(?2:[1-9][0-9]*\\)[\t ]*:"
"\\(?1:"
"\\(?:[a-zA-Z]:\\)?" ; Allow "C:..." for w32.
"[^\n:]+?[^\n/:]\\):[\t ]*\\(?2:[1-9][0-9]*\\)[\t ]*:"
"\\)")
1 2
;; Calculate column positions (col . end-col) of first grep match on a line
......
......@@ -31,10 +31,10 @@
;;
;; To enable Flyspell in text representing computer programs, type
;; M-x flyspell-prog-mode.
;; In that mode only text inside comments is checked.
;; In that mode only text inside comments and strings is checked.
;;
;; Some user variables control the behavior of flyspell. They are
;; those defined under the `User variables' comment.
;; those defined under the `User configuration' comment.
;;; Code:
......@@ -137,7 +137,8 @@ This variable specifies how far to search to find such a duplicate.
(defcustom flyspell-persistent-highlight t
"Non-nil means misspelled words remain highlighted until corrected.
If this variable is nil, only the most recently detected misspelled word
is highlighted."
is highlighted, and the highlight is turned off as soon as point moves
off the misspelled word."
:group 'flyspell
:type 'boolean)
......
......@@ -2715,7 +2715,7 @@ read1 (Lisp_Object readcharfun, int *pch, bool first_in_list)
int c;
bool uninterned_symbol = false;
bool multibyte;
char stackbuf[MAX_ALLOCA];
char stackbuf[128]; /* Small, as read1 is recursive (Bug#31995). */
current_thread->stack_top = stackbuf;
*pch = 0;
......
......@@ -3905,7 +3905,7 @@ usage: (make-network-process &rest ARGS) */)
CHECK_STRING (name);
/* :local ADDRESS or :remote ADDRESS */
if (!NILP (server))
if (NILP (server))
address = Fplist_get (contact, QCremote);
else
address = Fplist_get (contact, QClocal);
......@@ -4612,12 +4612,11 @@ is nil, from any process) before the timeout expired. */)
{
Lisp_Object proc_thread_name = XTHREAD (proc->thread)->name;
if (STRINGP (proc_thread_name))
error ("Attempt to accept output from process %s locked to thread %s",
SDATA (proc->name), SDATA (proc_thread_name));
else
error ("Attempt to accept output from process %s locked to thread %p",
SDATA (proc->name), XTHREAD (proc->thread));
SDATA (proc->name),
STRINGP (proc_thread_name)
? SDATA (proc_thread_name)
: SDATA (Fprin1_to_string (proc->thread, Qt)));
}
}
else
......
......@@ -1076,6 +1076,8 @@ syms_of_threads (void)
staticpro (&last_thread_error);
last_thread_error = Qnil;
Fprovide (intern_c_string ("threads"), Qnil);
}
DEFSYM (Qthreadp, "threadp");
......
......@@ -343,6 +343,29 @@ meaning a range of columns starting on LINE and ending on
END-LINE, if that matched. TYPE can be left out, in which case
any message type is accepted.")
(defconst compile-tests--grep-regexp-testcases
;; Bug#32051.
'(("c:/Users/my.name/src/project\\src\\kbhit.hpp\0\ 29:#include <termios.h>"
1 nil 29 "c:/Users/my.name/src/project\\src\\kbhit.hpp")
("d:/gnu/emacs/branch/src/callproc.c\0\ 214:#ifdef DOS_NT"
1 nil 214 "d:/gnu/emacs/branch/src/callproc.c")
("/gnu/emacs/branch/src/callproc.c\0\ 214:#ifdef DOS_NT"
1 nil 214 "/gnu/emacs/branch/src/callproc.c"))
"List of tests for `grep-regexp-list'.
The format is the same as `compile-tests--test-regexps-data', but
the match is expected to be the same when NUL bytes are replaced
with colon.")
(defconst compile-tests--grep-regexp-tricky-testcases
;; Bug#7378.
'(("./x11-libs---nx/3.4.0:0:C.30253.1289557929.792611.C/nx-3.4.0.exheres-0\0\ 42:some text"
1 nil 42 "./x11-libs---nx/3.4.0:0:C.30253.1289557929.792611.C/nx-3.4.0.exheres-0")
("2011-08-31_11:57:03_1\0\ 7:Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 11:57:03 +0000"
1 nil 7 "2011-08-31_11:57:03_1"))
"List of tricky tests for `grep-regexp-list'.
Same as `compile-tests--grep-regexp-testcases', but these cases
can only work with the NUL byte to disambiguate colons.")
(defun compile--test-error-line (test)
(erase-buffer)
(setq compilation-locs (make-hash-table))
......@@ -370,7 +393,8 @@ any message type is accepted.")
(should (equal (car (nth 2 (compilation--loc->file-struct loc)))
(or end-line line)))
(when type
(should (equal type (compilation--message->type msg)))))))
(should (equal type (compilation--message->type msg)))))
msg))
(ert-deftest compile-test-error-regexps ()
"Test the `compilation-error-regexp-alist' regexps.
......@@ -379,4 +403,24 @@ The test data is in `compile-tests--test-regexps-data'."
(font-lock-mode -1)
(mapc #'compile--test-error-line compile-tests--test-regexps-data)))
(ert-deftest compile-test-grep-regexps ()
"Test the `grep-regexp-alist' regexps.
The test data is in `compile-tests--grep-regexp-testcases'."
(with-temp-buffer
(grep-mode)
(setq buffer-read-only nil)
(font-lock-mode -1)
(dolist (testcase compile-tests--grep-regexp-testcases)
(let (msg1 msg2)
(setq msg1 (ert-info ((format "%S" testcase) :prefix "testcase: ")
(compile--test-error-line testcase)))
;; Make sure replacing the NUL character with a colon still matches.
(setf (car testcase) (replace-regexp-in-string "\0" ":" (car testcase)))
(setq msg2 (ert-info ((format "%S" testcase) :prefix "testcase: ")
(compile--test-error-line testcase)))
(should (equal msg1 msg2))))
(dolist (testcase compile-tests--grep-regexp-tricky-testcases)
(ert-info ((format "%S" testcase) :prefix "testcase: ")
(compile--test-error-line testcase)))))
;;; compile-tests.el ends here
......@@ -19,36 +19,56 @@
;;; Code:
;; Declare the functions in case Emacs has been configured --without-threads.
(declare-function all-threads "thread.c" ())
(declare-function condition-mutex "thread.c" (cond))
(declare-function condition-name "thread.c" (cond))
(declare-function condition-notify "thread.c" (cond &optional all))
(declare-function condition-wait "thread.c" (cond))
(declare-function current-thread "thread.c" ())
(declare-function make-condition-variable "thread.c" (mutex &optional name))
(declare-function make-mutex "thread.c" (&optional name))
(declare-function make-thread "thread.c" (function &optional name))
(declare-function mutex-lock "thread.c" (mutex))
(declare-function mutex-unlock "thread.c" (mutex))
(declare-function thread--blocker "thread.c" (thread))
(declare-function thread-alive-p "thread.c" (thread))
(declare-function thread-join "thread.c" (thread))
(declare-function thread-last-error "thread.c" ())
(declare-function thread-name "thread.c" (thread))
(declare-function thread-signal "thread.c" (thread error-symbol data))
(declare-function thread-yield "thread.c" ())
(ert-deftest threads-is-one ()
"Test for existence of a thread."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (current-thread)))
(ert-deftest threads-threadp ()
"Test of threadp."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (threadp (current-thread))))
(ert-deftest threads-type ()
"Test of thread type."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (eq (type-of (current-thread)) 'thread)))
(ert-deftest threads-name ()
"Test for name of a thread."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(string= "hi bob" (thread-name (make-thread #'ignore "hi bob")))))
(ert-deftest threads-alive ()
"Test for thread liveness."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(thread-alive-p (make-thread #'ignore))))
(ert-deftest threads-all-threads ()
"Simple test for all-threads."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (listp (all-threads))))
(defvar threads-test-global nil)
......@@ -58,7 +78,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-basic ()
"Basic thread test."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(progn
(setq threads-test-global nil)
......@@ -69,7 +89,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-join ()
"Test of `thread-join'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(progn
(setq threads-test-global nil)
......@@ -80,7 +100,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-join-self ()
"Cannot `thread-join' the current thread."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should-error (thread-join (current-thread))))
(defvar threads-test-binding nil)
......@@ -92,7 +112,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-let-binding ()
"Simple test of threads and let bindings."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(progn
(setq threads-test-global nil)
......@@ -104,22 +124,22 @@
(ert-deftest threads-mutexp ()
"Simple test of `mutexp'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should-not (mutexp 'hi)))
(ert-deftest threads-mutexp-2 ()
"Another simple test of `mutexp'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (mutexp (make-mutex))))
(ert-deftest threads-mutex-type ()
"type-of mutex."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (eq (type-of (make-mutex)) 'mutex)))
(ert-deftest threads-mutex-lock-unlock ()
"Test mutex-lock and unlock."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(let ((mx (make-mutex)))
(mutex-lock mx)
......@@ -128,7 +148,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-mutex-recursive ()
"Test mutex recursion."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(let ((mx (make-mutex)))
(mutex-lock mx)
......@@ -149,7 +169,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-mutex-contention ()
"Test of mutex contention."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(progn
(setq threads-mutex (make-mutex))
......@@ -170,7 +190,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-mutex-signal ()
"Test signaling a blocked thread."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(progn
(setq threads-mutex (make-mutex))
......@@ -188,7 +208,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-io-switch ()
"Test that `accept-process-output' causes thread switch."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(progn
(setq threads-test-global nil)
......@@ -199,67 +219,68 @@
(ert-deftest threads-condvarp ()
"Simple test of `condition-variable-p'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should-not (condition-variable-p 'hi)))
(ert-deftest threads-condvarp-2 ()
"Another simple test of `condition-variable-p'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (condition-variable-p (make-condition-variable (make-mutex)))))
(ert-deftest threads-condvar-type ()
"type-of condvar"
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should (eq (type-of (make-condition-variable (make-mutex)))
'condition-variable)))
(ert-deftest threads-condvar-mutex ()
"Simple test of `condition-mutex'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(let ((m (make-mutex)))
(eq m (condition-mutex (make-condition-variable m))))))
(ert-deftest threads-condvar-name ()
"Simple test of `condition-name'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(eq nil (condition-name (make-condition-variable (make-mutex))))))
(ert-deftest threads-condvar-name-2 ()
"Another simple test of `condition-name'."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(should
(string= "hi bob"
(condition-name (make-condition-variable (make-mutex)
"hi bob")))))
(defun call-error ()
(defun threads-call-error ()
"Call `error'."
(error "Error is called"))
;; This signals an error internally; the error should be caught.
(defun thread-custom ()
(defcustom thread-custom-face 'highlight
(defun threads-custom ()
(defcustom threads-custom-face 'highlight
"Face used for thread customizations."
:type 'face
:group 'widget-faces))
(ert-deftest thread-errors ()
(ert-deftest threads-errors ()
"Test what happens when a thread signals an error."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(let (th1 th2)
(setq th1 (make-thread #'call-error "call-error"))
(setq th1 (make-thread #'threads-call-error "call-error"))
(should (threadp th1))
(while (thread-alive-p th1)
(thread-yield))
(should (equal (thread-last-error)
'(error "Error is called")))
(setq th2 (make-thread #'thread-custom "thread-custom"))
(setq th2 (make-thread #'threads-custom "threads-custom"))
(should (threadp th2))))
(ert-deftest thread-sticky-point ()
(ert-deftest threads-sticky-point ()
"Test bug #25165 with point movement in cloned buffer."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(with-temp-buffer
(insert "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.")
(goto-char (point-min))
......@@ -268,9 +289,9 @@
(sit-for 1)
(should (= (point) 21))))
(ert-deftest thread-signal-early ()
(ert-deftest threads-signal-early ()
"Test signaling a thread as soon as it is started by the OS."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(let ((thread
(make-thread #'(lambda ()
(while t (thread-yield))))))
......@@ -291,7 +312,7 @@
(ert-deftest threads-condvar-wait ()
"Test waiting on conditional variable."
(skip-unless (fboundp 'make-thread))
(skip-unless (featurep 'threads))
(let ((cv-mutex (make-mutex))
new-thread)
;; We could have spurious threads from the previous tests still
......
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