Commit f2aa473a authored by Stefan Monnier's avatar Stefan Monnier

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parent 5ef6a86d
......@@ -884,6 +884,7 @@ mode-lines in inverse-video.
* Lisp Changes in Emacs 21.4
+++
** Renamed file hooks to follow the convention:
find-file-hooks to find-file-hook,
find-file-not-found-hooks to find-file-not-found-functions,
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2002-06-23 Stefan Monnier <monnier@cs.yale.edu>
* subr.el (event-start, event-end, event-click-count):
Accept non-mouse events as well.
(read-key): New function.
(read-quoted-char): Use it. Use this-single-command-raw-keys as well.
* files.el: Rename (and mark as obsolete)
find-file-hooks to find-file-hook,
find-file-not-found-hooks to find-file-not-found-functions,
write-file-hooks to write-file-functions,
write-contents-hooks to write-contents-functions.
Mark local-write-file-hooks as obsolete.
(locate-file-completion): Don't cons uselessly. Use test-completion.
(basic-save-buffer): Use (point-min) rather than 1.
(basic-save-buffer-2): Obey the `setmodes' returned by backup-buffer.
* help-fns.el (describe-variable): Only use `buffer' is still live.
Use `delete-region' instead of save-excursion + delete-char.
Document the obsolescence of the variable, if applicable.
2002-06-23 Glenn Morris <gmorris@ast.cam.ac.uk>
* progmodes/f90.el (f90-do-auto-fill): Respect the value of
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......@@ -141,11 +141,11 @@ The @code{find-file-noselect} function normally calls
Visiting}). That function sets the buffer major mode, parses local
variables, warns the user if there exists an auto-save file more recent
than the file just visited, and finishes by running the functions in
@code{find-file-hooks}.
@code{find-file-hook}.
If the optional argument @var{rawfile} is non-@code{nil}, then
@code{after-find-file} is not called, and the
@code{find-file-not-found-hooks} are not run in case of failure. What's
@code{find-file-not-found-functions} are not run in case of failure. What's
more, a non-@code{nil} @var{rawfile} value suppresses coding system
conversion (@pxref{Coding Systems}) and format conversion (@pxref{Format
Conversion}).
......@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ match them. If this is @code{nil}, then wildcard characters are
not treated specially.
@end defvar
@defvar find-file-hooks
@defvar find-file-hook
The value of this variable is a list of functions to be called after a
file is visited. The file's local-variables specification (if any) will
have been processed before the hooks are run. The buffer visiting the
......@@ -210,7 +210,7 @@ This variable works just like a normal hook, but we think that renaming
it would not be advisable. @xref{Hooks}.
@end defvar
@defvar find-file-not-found-hooks
@defvar find-file-not-found-functions
The value of this variable is a list of functions to be called when
@code{find-file} or @code{find-file-noselect} is passed a nonexistent
file name. @code{find-file-noselect} calls these functions as soon as
......@@ -285,11 +285,11 @@ of this variable.
If @var{nomodes} is non-@code{nil}, that means don't alter the buffer's
major mode, don't process local variables specifications in the file,
and don't run @code{find-file-hooks}. This feature is used by
and don't run @code{find-file-hook}. This feature is used by
@code{revert-buffer} in some cases.
The last thing @code{after-find-file} does is call all the functions
in the list @code{find-file-hooks}.
in the list @code{find-file-hook}.
@end defun
@node Saving Buffers
......@@ -362,14 +362,14 @@ before overwriting an existing file.
conversion (@pxref{Format Conversion}), and may save text properties in
``annotations'' (@pxref{Saving Properties}).
@defvar write-file-hooks
@defvar write-file-functions
The value of this variable is a list of functions to be called before
writing out a buffer to its visited file. If one of them returns
non-@code{nil}, the file is considered already written and the rest of
the functions are not called, nor is the usual code for writing the file
executed.
If a function in @code{write-file-hooks} returns non-@code{nil}, it
If a function in @code{write-file-functions} returns non-@code{nil}, it
is responsible for making a backup file (if that is appropriate).
To do so, execute the following code:
......@@ -381,43 +381,33 @@ You might wish to save the file modes value returned by
@code{backup-buffer} and use that to set the mode bits of the file that
you write. This is what @code{save-buffer} normally does.
The hook functions in @code{write-file-hooks} are also responsible for
The hook functions in @code{write-file-functions} are also responsible for
encoding the data (if desired): they must choose a suitable coding
system (@pxref{Lisp and Coding Systems}), perform the encoding
(@pxref{Explicit Encoding}), and set @code{last-coding-system-used} to
the coding system that was used (@pxref{Encoding and I/O}).
Do not make this variable buffer-local. To set up buffer-specific hook
functions, use @code{write-contents-hooks} instead.
If you set this hook locally in a buffer, it is assumed to be
associated with the file or the way the contents of the buffer were
obtained. Thus the variable is marked as a permanent local, so that
changing the major mode does not alter a buffer-local value. On the
other hand, calling @code{set-visited-file-name} will reset it.
If this is not what you want, you might like to use
@code{write-contents-functions} instead.
Even though this is not a normal hook, you can use @code{add-hook} and
@code{remove-hook} to manipulate the list. @xref{Hooks}.
@end defvar
@c Emacs 19 feature
@defvar local-write-file-hooks
This works just like @code{write-file-hooks}, but it is intended to be
made buffer-local in particular buffers, and used for hooks that pertain
to the file name or the way the buffer contents were obtained.
The variable is marked as a permanent local, so that changing the major
mode does not alter a buffer-local value. This is convenient for
packages that read ``file'' contents in special ways, and set up hooks
to save the data in a corresponding way.
@end defvar
@c Emacs 19 feature
@defvar write-contents-hooks
This works just like @code{write-file-hooks}, but it is intended for
@defvar write-contents-functions
This works just like @code{write-file-functions}, but it is intended for
hooks that pertain to the contents of the file, as opposed to hooks that
pertain to where the file came from. Such hooks are usually set up by
major modes, as buffer-local bindings for this variable.
This variable automatically becomes buffer-local whenever it is set;
switching to a new major mode always resets this variable. When you use
@code{add-hooks} to add an element to this hook, you should @emph{not}
specify a non-@code{nil} @var{local} argument, since this variable is
used @emph{only} buffer-locally.
switching to a new major mode always resets this variable.
@end defvar
@c Emacs 19 feature
......@@ -514,7 +504,7 @@ with @code{insert-file-contents}, as long as @var{replace} and
This function works like @code{insert-file-contents} except that it does
not do format decoding (@pxref{Format Conversion}), does not do
character code conversion (@pxref{Coding Systems}), does not run
@code{find-file-hooks}, does not perform automatic uncompression, and so
@code{find-file-hook}, does not perform automatic uncompression, and so
on.
@end defun
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......@@ -67,8 +67,8 @@ however, we have renamed all of those.)
@item electric-command-history-hook
@item electric-help-mode-hook
@item emacs-lisp-mode-hook
@item find-file-hooks
@item find-file-not-found-hooks
@item find-file-hook
@item find-file-not-found-functions
@item first-change-hook
@item fortran-comment-hook
@item fortran-mode-hook
......@@ -85,7 +85,6 @@ however, we have renamed all of those.)
@item lisp-interaction-mode-hook
@item lisp-mode-hook
@item list-diary-entries-hook
@item local-write-file-hooks
@item mail-mode-hook
@item mail-setup-hook
@item mark-diary-entries-hook
......@@ -133,7 +132,7 @@ however, we have renamed all of those.)
@item window-scroll-functions
@item window-setup-hook
@item window-size-change-functions
@item write-contents-hooks
@item write-file-hooks
@item write-contents-functions
@item write-file-functions
@item write-region-annotate-functions
@end table
......@@ -637,7 +637,7 @@ The compiler ignores the @code{provide}, then processes the
execute the @code{provide} call, so the subsequent @code{require} call
does nothing when the file is loaded.
@defun provide feature
@defun provide feature &optional subfeatures
This function announces that @var{feature} is now loaded, or being
loaded, into the current Emacs session. This means that the facilities
associated with @var{feature} are or will be available for other Lisp
......@@ -648,6 +648,9 @@ the front of the list @code{features} if it is not already in the list.
The argument @var{feature} must be a symbol. @code{provide} returns
@var{feature}.
If provided, @var{subfeatures} should be a list of symbols indicating
a set of specific subfeatures provided by this version of @var{feature}.
@smallexample
features
@result{} (bar bish)
......@@ -681,10 +684,13 @@ signals an error, @samp{Required feature @var{feature} was not
provided}, unless @var{noerror} is non-@code{nil}.
@end defun
@defun featurep feature
@defun featurep feature &optional subfeature
This function returns @code{t} if @var{feature} has been provided in the
current Emacs session (i.e., if @var{feature} is a member of
@code{features}.)
@code{features}.) If @var{subfeature} is non-nil, then the function
returns @code{t} only if that subfeature is provided as well (i.e.
if @var{subfeature} is a member of the @var{subfeature} property
of the @var{feature} symbol.)
@end defun
@defvar features
......@@ -796,10 +802,13 @@ This function arranges to evaluate @var{form} at the end of loading the
library @var{library}, if and when @var{library} is loaded. If
@var{library} is already loaded, it evaluates @var{form} right away.
The library name @var{library} must exactly match the argument of
@code{load}. To get the proper results when an installed library is
found by searching @code{load-path}, you should not include any
directory names in @var{library}.
If @var{library} is a string, it must exactly match the argument of
@code{load} used to load the library. To get the proper results when an
installed library is found by searching @code{load-path}, you should not
include any directory names in @var{library}.
@var{library} can also be a feature (i.e. a symbol), in which case,
@var{form} is evaluated when @code{(provide @var{library})} is called.
An error in @var{form} does not undo the load, but does prevent
execution of the rest of @var{form}.
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......@@ -108,9 +108,6 @@ use, but we don't try to list them all here.
@item local-abbrev-table
@xref{Abbrevs}.
@item local-write-file-hooks
@xref{Saving Buffers}.
@item major-mode
@xref{Mode Help}.
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......@@ -371,7 +371,7 @@ certain contexts. For example an escaped character stands for itself.
the buffer. The main application for this function, as its name suggests,
is to have it be called automatically every time an empty, and only an
empty file is visited. This is accomplished by putting @code{(add-hook
'find-file-hooks 'auto-insert)} into your @file{~/.emacs} file
'find-file-hook 'auto-insert)} into your @file{~/.emacs} file
(@pxref{(emacs)Init File}).
@vindex auto-insert-alist
......@@ -473,7 +473,7 @@ that is updated too.
An interesting application for this function is to have it be called
automatically every time a file is saved. This is accomplished by putting
@code{(add-hook 'write-file-hooks 'copyright-update)} into your @file{~/.emacs}
@code{(add-hook 'write-file-functions 'copyright-update)} into your @file{~/.emacs}
file (@pxref{(emacs)Init File}).
@vindex copyright-query
......@@ -481,7 +481,7 @@ file (@pxref{(emacs)Init File}).
copyright or whether to ask about it. When this is @code{nil} updating is
only done with @kbd{M-x copyright-update}. When this is @code{function}
you are queried whenever @code{copyright-update} is called as a function,
such as in the @code{write-file-hooks} feature mentioned above. Otherwise
such as in the @code{write-file-functions} feature mentioned above. Otherwise
you are always queried.
......@@ -538,10 +538,10 @@ The ``interpreter'' used is @code{executable-self-display} with argument
@cindex timestamps
@findex time-stamp
@vindex write-file-hooks
@vindex write-file-functions
The @code{time-stamp} command can be used to update automatically a
template in a file with a new time stamp every time you save the file.
Customize the hook @code{write-file-hooks} to add the function
Customize the hook @code{write-file-functions} to add the function
@code{time-stamp} to arrange this.
@vindex time-stamp-active
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......@@ -744,7 +744,7 @@ in @samp{-hooks} or @samp{-functions}, instead of @samp{-hook}. What
makes these hooks abnormal is that there is something peculiar about the
way its functions are called---perhaps they are given arguments, or
perhaps the values they return are used in some way. For example,
@code{find-file-not-found-hooks} (@pxref{Visiting}) is abnormal because
@code{find-file-not-found-functions} (@pxref{Visiting}) is abnormal because
as soon as one hook function returns a non-@code{nil} value, the rest
are not called at all. The documentation of each abnormal hook variable
explains in detail what is peculiar about it.
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......@@ -320,21 +320,20 @@ does not add a final newline because of @code{require-final-newline}.
If you already have visited the same file in the usual (non-literal)
manner, this command asks you whether to visit it literally instead.
@vindex find-file-hooks
@vindex find-file-not-found-hooks
@vindex find-file-hook
@vindex find-file-not-found-functions
Two special hook variables allow extensions to modify the operation of
visiting files. Visiting a file that does not exist runs the functions
in the list @code{find-file-not-found-hooks}; this variable holds a list
in the list @code{find-file-not-found-functions}; this variable holds a list
of functions, and the functions are called one by one (with no
arguments) until one of them returns non-@code{nil}. This is not a
normal hook, and the name ends in @samp{-hooks} rather than @samp{-hook}
normal hook, and the name ends in @samp{-functions} rather than @samp{-hook}
to indicate that fact.
Successful visiting of any file, whether existing or not, calls the
functions in the list @code{find-file-hooks}, with no arguments.
This variable is really a normal hook, but it has an abnormal name for
historical compatibility. In the case of a nonexistent file, the
@code{find-file-not-found-hooks} are run first. @xref{Hooks}.
functions in the list @code{find-file-hook}, with no arguments.
This variable is a normal hook. In the case of a nonexistent file, the
@code{find-file-not-found-functions} are run first. @xref{Hooks}.
There are several ways to specify automatically the major mode for
editing the file (@pxref{Choosing Modes}), and to specify local
......@@ -832,7 +831,7 @@ Time-stamp: ""
@end example
Then add the hook function @code{time-stamp} to the hook
@code{write-file-hooks}; that hook function will automatically update
@code{write-file-functions}; that hook function will automatically update
the time stamp, inserting the current date and time when you save the
file. You can also use the command @kbd{M-x time-stamp} to update the
time stamp manually. For other customizations, see the Custom group
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
@c Version values, for easy modification
@c NOTE: The 'UPDATED' value is updated by the 'time-stamp' function.
@c If you change it by hand, the modifications will not stay.
@set VERSION $Revision: 1.1 $
@set VERSION $Revision: 1.2 $
@set UPDATED Monday, 17 June, 2002
......@@ -1618,7 +1618,7 @@ mailing list.
@c host and then send commands to it.
@c Local Variables:
@c eval: (add-hook 'write-file-hooks 'time-stamp)
@c eval: (add-hook 'write-file-functions 'time-stamp)
@c time-stamp-start: "@set UPDATED "
@c time-stamp-format: "%:a, %:d %:b, %:y"
@c time-stamp-end: "$"
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