Commit f2cc4248 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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/* Generate doc-string file for GNU Emacs from source files.
Copyright (C) 1985, 1986 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Emacs.
GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but without any warranty. No author or distributor
accepts responsibility to anyone for the consequences of using it
or for whether it serves any particular purpose or works at all,
unless he says so in writing.
Everyone is granted permission to copy, modify and redistribute
GNU Emacs, but only under the conditions described in the
document "GNU Emacs copying permission notice". An exact copy
of the document is supposed to have been given to you along with
GNU Emacs so that you can know how you may redistribute it all.
It should be in a file named COPYING. Among other things, the
copyright notice and this notice must be preserved on all copies. */
/* The arguments given to this program are all the C and Lisp source files
of GNU Emacs. .elc and .el and .c files are allowed.
A .o file can also be specified; the .c file it was made from is used.
This helps the makefile pass the correct list of files.
The results, which go to standard output or to a file
specified with -a or -o (-a to append, -o to start from nothing),
are entries containing function or variable names and their documentation.
Each entry starts with a ^_ character.
Then comes F for a function or V for a variable.
Then comes the function or variable name, terminated with a newline.
Then comes the documentation for that function or variable.
*/
#include <stdio.h>
FILE *outfile;
main (argc, argv)
int argc;
char **argv;
{
int i;
int err_count = 0;
outfile = stdout;
/* If first two args are -o FILE, output to FILE. */
i = 1;
if (argc > i + 1 && !strcmp (argv[i], "-o"))
{
outfile = fopen (argv[i + 1], "w");
i += 2;
}
if (argc > i + 1 && !strcmp (argv[i], "-a"))
{
outfile = fopen (argv[i + 1], "a");
i += 2;
}
for (; i < argc; i++)
err_count += scan_file (argv[i]); /* err_count seems to be {mis,un}used */
#ifndef VMS
exit (err_count); /* see below - shane */
#endif VMS
}
/* Read file FILENAME and output its doc strings to stdout. */
/* Return 1 if file is not found, 0 if it is found. */
scan_file (filename)
char *filename;
{
int len = strlen (filename);
if (!strcmp (filename + len - 4, ".elc"))
return scan_lisp_file (filename);
else if (!strcmp (filename + len - 3, ".el"))
return scan_lisp_file (filename);
else
return scan_c_file (filename);
}
char buf[128];
/* Skip a C string from INFILE,
and return the character that follows the closing ".
If printflag is positive, output string contents to stdout.
If it is negative, store contents in buf.
Convert escape sequences \n and \t to newline and tab;
discard \ followed by newline. */
read_c_string (infile, printflag)
FILE *infile;
int printflag;
{
register int c;
char *p = buf;
c = getc (infile);
while (c != EOF)
{
while (c != '"' && c != EOF)
{
if (c == '\\')
{
c = getc (infile);
if (c == '\n')
{
c = getc (infile);
continue;
}
if (c == 'n')
c = '\n';
if (c == 't')
c = '\t';
}
if (printflag > 0)
putc (c, outfile);
else if (printflag < 0)
*p++ = c;
c = getc (infile);
}
c = getc (infile);
if (c != '"')
break;
if (printflag > 0)
putc (c, outfile);
else if (printflag < 0)
*p++ = c;
c = getc (infile);
}
if (printflag < 0)
*p = 0;
return c;
}
/* Write to file OUT the argument names of the function whose text is in BUF.
MINARGS and MAXARGS are the minimum and maximum number of arguments. */
write_c_args (out, buf, minargs, maxargs)
FILE *out;
char *buf;
int minargs, maxargs;
{
register int c;
register char *p = buf;
int space = 0;
fprintf (out, "arguments:");
while (*p)
{
c = *p++;
if (c == ',')
{
minargs--;
maxargs--;
if (!space)
putc (' ', out);
if (minargs == 0 && maxargs > 0)
fprintf (out, "&optional ");
space = 1;
continue;
}
else if (c == ' ' && space)
continue;
space = (c == ' ');
putc (c, out);
}
putc ('\n', out);
}
/* Read through a c file. If a .o file is named,
the corresponding .c file is read instead.
Looks for DEFUN constructs such as are defined in ../src/lisp.h.
Accepts any word starting DEF... so it finds DEFSIMPLE and DEFPRED. */
scan_c_file (filename)
char *filename;
{
FILE *infile;
register int c;
register int commas;
register int defunflag;
register int defvarflag;
int minargs, maxargs;
if (filename[strlen (filename) - 1] == 'o')
filename[strlen (filename) - 1] = 'c';
infile = fopen (filename, "r");
/* No error if non-ex input file */
if (infile == NULL)
{
perror (filename);
return 0;
}
c = '\n';
while (!feof (infile))
{
if (c != '\n')
{
c = getc (infile);
continue;
}
c = getc (infile);
if (c == ' ')
{
while (c == ' ')
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'D')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'E')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'F')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'V')
continue;
defvarflag = 1;
defunflag = 0;
c = getc (infile);
}
else if (c == 'D')
{
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'E')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'F')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
defunflag = c == 'U';
defvarflag = 0;
}
else continue;
while (c != '(')
{
if (c < 0)
goto eof;
c = getc (infile);
}
c = getc (infile);
if (c != '"')
continue;
c = read_c_string (infile, -1);
if (defunflag)
commas = 5;
else if (defvarflag)
commas = 1;
else /* For DEFSIMPLE and DEFPRED */
commas = 2;
while (commas)
{
if (c == ',')
{
commas--;
if (defunflag && (commas == 1 || commas == 2))
{
do
c = getc (infile);
while (c == ' ' || c == '\n' || c == '\t');
if (c < 0)
goto eof;
ungetc (c, infile);
if (commas == 2) /* pick up minargs */
fscanf (infile, "%d", &minargs);
else /* pick up maxargs */
if (c == 'M' || c == 'U') /* MANY || UNEVALLED */
maxargs = -1;
else
fscanf (infile, "%d", &maxargs);
}
}
if (c < 0)
goto eof;
c = getc (infile);
}
while (c == ' ' || c == '\n' || c == '\t')
c = getc (infile);
if (c == '"')
c = read_c_string (infile, 0);
while (c != ',')
c = getc (infile);
c = getc (infile);
while (c == ' ' || c == '\n' || c == '\t')
c = getc (infile);
if (c == '"')
{
putc (037, outfile);
putc (defvarflag ? 'V' : 'F', outfile);
fprintf (outfile, "%s\n", buf);
read_c_string (infile, 1);
if (defunflag)
{
char argbuf[1024], *p = argbuf;
while (c != ')')
{
if (c < 0)
goto eof;
c = getc (infile);
}
/* Skip into arguments. */
while (c != '(')
{
if (c < 0)
goto eof;
c = getc (infile);
}
/* Copy arguments into ARGBUF. */
*p++ = c;
do
*p++ = c = getc (infile);
while (c != ')');
*p = '\0';
/* Output them. */
fprintf (outfile, "\n\n");
write_c_args (outfile, argbuf, minargs, maxargs);
}
}
}
eof:
fclose (infile);
return 0;
}
/* Read a file of Lisp code, compiled or interpreted.
Looks for
(defun NAME ARGS DOCSTRING ...)
(autoload 'NAME FILE DOCSTRING ...)
(defvar NAME VALUE DOCSTRING)
(defconst NAME VALUE DOCSTRING)
starting in column zero.
ARGS, FILE or VALUE is ignored. We do not know how to parse Lisp code
so we use a kludge to skip them:
In a function definition, the form of ARGS of FILE is known, and we
can skip it.
In a variable definition, we use a formatting convention:
the DOCSTRING, if present, must be followed by a closeparen and a newline,
and no newline must appear between the defvar or defconst and the docstring,
The only source file that must follow this convention is loaddefs.el;
aside from that, it is always the .elc file that we look at, and
they are no problem because byte-compiler output follows this convention.
The NAME and DOCSTRING are output.
NAME is preceded by `F' for a function or `V' for a variable.
An entry is output only if DOCSTRING has \ newline just after the opening "
*/
scan_lisp_file (filename)
char *filename;
{
FILE *infile;
register int c;
register int commas;
register char *p;
int defvarflag;
infile = fopen (filename, "r");
if (infile == NULL)
{
perror (filename);
return 0; /* No error */
}
c = '\n';
while (!feof (infile))
{
if (c != '\n')
{
c = getc (infile);
continue;
}
c = getc (infile);
if (c != '(')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c == 'a')
{
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'u')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 't')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'o')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'l')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'o')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'a')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'd')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
while (c == ' ')
c = getc (infile);
if (c == '\'')
{
c = getc (infile);
}
else
{
if (c != '(')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'q')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'u')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'o')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 't')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'e')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != ' ')
continue;
while (c == ' ')
c = getc (infile);
}
p = buf;
while (c != ' ' && c != ')')
{
if (c == EOF)
return 1;
if (c == '\\')
c = getc (infile);
*p++ = c;
c = getc (infile);
}
*p = 0;
while (c != '"')
{
if (c == EOF)
return 1;
c = getc (infile);
}
c = read_c_string (infile, 0);
}
else if (c == 'd')
{
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'e')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'f')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c == 'u')
{
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'n')
continue;
defvarflag = 0;
}
else if (c == 'v')
{
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'a')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'r')
continue;
defvarflag = 1;
}
else if (c == 'c')
{
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'o')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 'n')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 's')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != 't')
continue;
defvarflag = 1;
}
else
continue;
/* Now we have seen "defun" or "defvar" or "defconst". */
while (c != ' ' && c != '\n' && c != '\t')
c = getc (infile);
while (c == ' ' || c == '\n' || c == '\t')
c = getc (infile);
/* Read and store name of function or variable being defined
Discard backslashes that are for quoting. */
p = buf;
while (c != ' ' && c != '\n' && c != '\t')
{
if (c == '\\')
c = getc (infile);
*p++ = c;
c = getc (infile);
}
*p = 0;
while (c == ' ' || c == '\n' || c == '\t')
c = getc (infile);
if (! defvarflag)
{
/* A function: */
/* Skip the arguments: either "nil" or a list in parens */
if (c == 'n')
{
while (c != ' ' && c != '\n' && c != '\t')
c = getc (infile);
}
else
{
while (c != '(')
c = getc (infile);
while (c != ')')
c = getc (infile);
}
c = getc (infile);
}
else
{
/* A variable: */
/* Skip until the first newline; remember
the two previous characters. */
char c1 = 0, c2 = 0;
while (c != '\n' && c >= 0)
{
c2 = c1;
c1 = c;
c = getc (infile);
}
/* If two previous characters were " and \,
this is a doc string. Otherwise, there is none. */
if (c2 == '"' && c1 == '\\')
{
putc (037, outfile);
putc ('V', outfile);
fprintf (outfile, "%s\n", buf);
read_c_string (infile, 1);
}
continue;
}
}
else
continue;
/* Here for a function definition.
We have skipped the file name or arguments
and arrived at where the doc string is,
if there is a doc string. */
/* Skip whitespace */
while (c == ' ' || c == '\n' || c == '\t')
c = getc (infile);
/* " followed by \ and newline means a doc string we should gobble */
if (c != '"')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != '\\')
continue;
c = getc (infile);
if (c != '\n')
continue;
putc (037, outfile);
putc ('F', outfile);
fprintf (outfile, "%s\n", buf);
read_c_string (infile, 1);
}
fclose (infile);
return 0;
}
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