/* Code for doing intervals.
Copyright (C) 1993 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Emacs.
GNU Emacs is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
any later version.
GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GNU Emacs; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
the Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. */
/* NOTES:
Have to ensure that we can't put symbol nil on a plist, or some
functions may work incorrectly.
An idea: Have the owner of the tree keep count of splits and/or
insertion lengths (in intervals), and balance after every N.
Need to call *_left_hook when buffer is killed.
Scan for zero-length, or 0-length to see notes about handling
zero length interval-markers.
There are comments around about freeing intervals. It might be
faster to explicitly free them (put them on the free list) than
to GC them.
*/
#include
#include "lisp.h"
#include "intervals.h"
#include "buffer.h"
/* The rest of the file is within this conditional. */
#ifdef USE_TEXT_PROPERTIES
/* Factor for weight-balancing interval trees. */
Lisp_Object interval_balance_threshold;
/* Utility functions for intervals. */
/* Create the root interval of some object, a buffer or string. */
INTERVAL
create_root_interval (parent)
Lisp_Object parent;
{
INTERVAL new = make_interval ();
if (XTYPE (parent) == Lisp_Buffer)
{
new->total_length = (BUF_Z (XBUFFER (parent))
- BUF_BEG (XBUFFER (parent)));
XBUFFER (parent)->intervals = new;
}
else if (XTYPE (parent) == Lisp_String)
{
new->total_length = XSTRING (parent)->size;
XSTRING (parent)->intervals = new;
}
new->parent = (INTERVAL) parent;
new->position = 1;
return new;
}
/* Make the interval TARGET have exactly the properties of SOURCE */
void
copy_properties (source, target)
register INTERVAL source, target;
{
if (DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (source) && DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (target))
return;
COPY_INTERVAL_CACHE (source, target);
target->plist = Fcopy_sequence (source->plist);
}
/* Merge the properties of interval SOURCE into the properties
of interval TARGET. That is to say, each property in SOURCE
is added to TARGET if TARGET has no such property as yet. */
static void
merge_properties (source, target)
register INTERVAL source, target;
{
register Lisp_Object o, sym, val;
if (DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (source) && DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (target))
return;
MERGE_INTERVAL_CACHE (source, target);
o = source->plist;
while (! EQ (o, Qnil))
{
sym = Fcar (o);
val = Fmemq (sym, target->plist);
if (NILP (val))
{
o = Fcdr (o);
val = Fcar (o);
target->plist = Fcons (sym, Fcons (val, target->plist));
o = Fcdr (o);
}
else
o = Fcdr (Fcdr (o));
}
}
/* Return 1 if the two intervals have the same properties,
0 otherwise. */
int
intervals_equal (i0, i1)
INTERVAL i0, i1;
{
register Lisp_Object i0_cdr, i0_sym, i1_val;
register i1_len;
if (DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (i0) && DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (i1))
return 1;
if (DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (i0) || DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (i1))
return 0;
i1_len = XFASTINT (Flength (i1->plist));
if (i1_len & 0x1) /* Paranoia -- plists are always even */
abort ();
i1_len /= 2;
i0_cdr = i0->plist;
while (!NILP (i0_cdr))
{
/* Lengths of the two plists were unequal. */
if (i1_len == 0)
return 0;
i0_sym = Fcar (i0_cdr);
i1_val = Fmemq (i0_sym, i1->plist);
/* i0 has something i1 doesn't. */
if (EQ (i1_val, Qnil))
return 0;
/* i0 and i1 both have sym, but it has different values in each. */
i0_cdr = Fcdr (i0_cdr);
if (! EQ (Fcar (Fcdr (i1_val)), Fcar (i0_cdr)))
return 0;
i0_cdr = Fcdr (i0_cdr);
i1_len--;
}
/* Lengths of the two plists were unequal. */
if (i1_len > 0)
return 0;
return 1;
}
static int icount;
static int idepth;
static int zero_length;
/* Traverse an interval tree TREE, performing FUNCTION on each node.
Pass FUNCTION two args: an interval, and ARG. */
void
traverse_intervals (tree, position, depth, function, arg)
INTERVAL tree;
int position, depth;
void (* function) ();
Lisp_Object arg;
{
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (tree))
return;
traverse_intervals (tree->left, position, depth + 1, function, arg);
position += LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree);
tree->position = position;
(*function) (tree, arg);
position += LENGTH (tree);
traverse_intervals (tree->right, position, depth + 1, function, arg);
}
#if 0
/* These functions are temporary, for debugging purposes only. */
INTERVAL search_interval, found_interval;
void
check_for_interval (i)
register INTERVAL i;
{
if (i == search_interval)
{
found_interval = i;
icount++;
}
}
INTERVAL
search_for_interval (i, tree)
register INTERVAL i, tree;
{
icount = 0;
search_interval = i;
found_interval = NULL_INTERVAL;
traverse_intervals (tree, 1, 0, &check_for_interval, Qnil);
return found_interval;
}
static void
inc_interval_count (i)
INTERVAL i;
{
icount++;
if (LENGTH (i) == 0)
zero_length++;
if (depth > idepth)
idepth = depth;
}
int
count_intervals (i)
register INTERVAL i;
{
icount = 0;
idepth = 0;
zero_length = 0;
traverse_intervals (i, 1, 0, &inc_interval_count, Qnil);
return icount;
}
static INTERVAL
root_interval (interval)
INTERVAL interval;
{
register INTERVAL i = interval;
while (! ROOT_INTERVAL_P (i))
i = i->parent;
return i;
}
#endif
/* Assuming that a left child exists, perform the following operation:
A B
/ \ / \
B => A
/ \ / \
c c
*/
static INTERVAL
rotate_right (interval)
INTERVAL interval;
{
INTERVAL i;
INTERVAL B = interval->left;
int len = LENGTH (interval);
/* Deal with any Parent of A; make it point to B. */
if (! ROOT_INTERVAL_P (interval))
if (AM_LEFT_CHILD (interval))
interval->parent->left = interval->left;
else
interval->parent->right = interval->left;
interval->left->parent = interval->parent;
/* B gets the same length as A, since it get A's position in the tree. */
interval->left->total_length = interval->total_length;
/* B becomes the parent of A. */
i = interval->left->right;
interval->left->right = interval;
interval->parent = interval->left;
/* A gets c as left child. */
interval->left = i;
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (i))
i->parent = interval;
interval->total_length = (len + LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (interval)
+ RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (interval));
return B;
}
/* Assuming that a right child exists, perform the following operation:
A B
/ \ / \
B => A
/ \ / \
c c
*/
static INTERVAL
rotate_left (interval)
INTERVAL interval;
{
INTERVAL i;
INTERVAL B = interval->right;
int len = LENGTH (interval);
/* Deal with the parent of A. */
if (! ROOT_INTERVAL_P (interval))
if (AM_LEFT_CHILD (interval))
interval->parent->left = interval->right;
else
interval->parent->right = interval->right;
interval->right->parent = interval->parent;
/* B must have the same total length of A. */
interval->right->total_length = interval->total_length;
/* Make B the parent of A */
i = interval->right->left;
interval->right->left = interval;
interval->parent = interval->right;
/* Make A point to c */
interval->right = i;
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (i))
i->parent = interval;
interval->total_length = (len + LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (interval)
+ RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (interval));
return B;
}
/* Split INTERVAL into two pieces, starting the second piece at
character position OFFSET (counting from 0), relative to INTERVAL.
INTERVAL becomes the left-hand piece, and the right-hand piece
(second, lexicographically) is returned.
The size and position fields of the two intervals are set based upon
those of the original interval. The property list of the new interval
is reset, thus it is up to the caller to do the right thing with the
result.
Note that this does not change the position of INTERVAL; if it is a root,
it is still a root after this operation. */
INTERVAL
split_interval_right (interval, offset)
INTERVAL interval;
int offset;
{
INTERVAL new = make_interval ();
int position = interval->position;
int new_length = LENGTH (interval) - offset;
new->position = position + offset;
new->parent = interval;
if (LEAF_INTERVAL_P (interval) || NULL_RIGHT_CHILD (interval))
{
interval->right = new;
new->total_length = new_length;
return new;
}
/* Insert the new node between INTERVAL and its right child. */
new->right = interval->right;
interval->right->parent = new;
interval->right = new;
new->total_length = new_length + new->right->total_length;
return new;
}
/* Split INTERVAL into two pieces, starting the second piece at
character position OFFSET (counting from 0), relative to INTERVAL.
INTERVAL becomes the right-hand piece, and the left-hand piece
(first, lexicographically) is returned.
The size and position fields of the two intervals are set based upon
those of the original interval. The property list of the new interval
is reset, thus it is up to the caller to do the right thing with the
result.
Note that this does not change the position of INTERVAL; if it is a root,
it is still a root after this operation. */
INTERVAL
split_interval_left (interval, offset)
INTERVAL interval;
int offset;
{
INTERVAL new = make_interval ();
int position = interval->position;
int new_length = offset;
new->position = interval->position;
interval->position = interval->position + offset;
new->parent = interval;
if (NULL_LEFT_CHILD (interval))
{
interval->left = new;
new->total_length = new_length;
return new;
}
/* Insert the new node between INTERVAL and its left child. */
new->left = interval->left;
new->left->parent = new;
interval->left = new;
new->total_length = new_length + LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (new);
return new;
}
/* Find the interval containing text position POSITION in the text
represented by the interval tree TREE. POSITION is a buffer
position; the earliest position is 1. If POSITION is at the end of
the buffer, return the interval containing the last character.
The `position' field, which is a cache of an interval's position,
is updated in the interval found. Other functions (e.g., next_interval)
will update this cache based on the result of find_interval. */
INLINE INTERVAL
find_interval (tree, position)
register INTERVAL tree;
register int position;
{
/* The distance from the left edge of the subtree at TREE
to POSITION. */
register int relative_position = position - BEG;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (tree))
return NULL_INTERVAL;
if (relative_position > TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
abort (); /* Paranoia */
while (1)
{
if (relative_position < LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
{
tree = tree->left;
}
else if (! NULL_RIGHT_CHILD (tree)
&& relative_position >= (TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)
- RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)))
{
relative_position -= (TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)
- RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree));
tree = tree->right;
}
else
{
tree->position =
(position - relative_position /* the left edge of *tree */
+ LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)); /* the left edge of this interval */
return tree;
}
}
}
/* Find the succeeding interval (lexicographically) to INTERVAL.
Sets the `position' field based on that of INTERVAL (see
find_interval). */
INTERVAL
next_interval (interval)
register INTERVAL interval;
{
register INTERVAL i = interval;
register int next_position;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (i))
return NULL_INTERVAL;
next_position = interval->position + LENGTH (interval);
if (! NULL_RIGHT_CHILD (i))
{
i = i->right;
while (! NULL_LEFT_CHILD (i))
i = i->left;
i->position = next_position;
return i;
}
while (! NULL_PARENT (i))
{
if (AM_LEFT_CHILD (i))
{
i = i->parent;
i->position = next_position;
return i;
}
i = i->parent;
}
return NULL_INTERVAL;
}
/* Find the preceding interval (lexicographically) to INTERVAL.
Sets the `position' field based on that of INTERVAL (see
find_interval). */
INTERVAL
previous_interval (interval)
register INTERVAL interval;
{
register INTERVAL i;
register position_of_previous;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (interval))
return NULL_INTERVAL;
if (! NULL_LEFT_CHILD (interval))
{
i = interval->left;
while (! NULL_RIGHT_CHILD (i))
i = i->right;
i->position = interval->position - LENGTH (i);
return i;
}
i = interval;
while (! NULL_PARENT (i))
{
if (AM_RIGHT_CHILD (i))
{
i = i->parent;
i->position = interval->position - LENGTH (i);
return i;
}
i = i->parent;
}
return NULL_INTERVAL;
}
#if 0
/* Traverse a path down the interval tree TREE to the interval
containing POSITION, adjusting all nodes on the path for
an addition of LENGTH characters. Insertion between two intervals
(i.e., point == i->position, where i is second interval) means
text goes into second interval.
Modifications are needed to handle the hungry bits -- after simply
finding the interval at position (don't add length going down),
if it's the beginning of the interval, get the previous interval
and check the hugry bits of both. Then add the length going back up
to the root. */
static INTERVAL
adjust_intervals_for_insertion (tree, position, length)
INTERVAL tree;
int position, length;
{
register int relative_position;
register INTERVAL this;
if (TOTAL_LENGTH (tree) == 0) /* Paranoia */
abort ();
/* If inserting at point-max of a buffer, that position
will be out of range */
if (position > TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
position = TOTAL_LENGTH (tree);
relative_position = position;
this = tree;
while (1)
{
if (relative_position <= LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (this))
{
this->total_length += length;
this = this->left;
}
else if (relative_position > (TOTAL_LENGTH (this)
- RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (this)))
{
relative_position -= (TOTAL_LENGTH (this)
- RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (this));
this->total_length += length;
this = this->right;
}
else
{
/* If we are to use zero-length intervals as buffer pointers,
then this code will have to change. */
this->total_length += length;
this->position = LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (this)
+ position - relative_position + 1;
return tree;
}
}
}
#endif
/* Effect an adjustment corresponding to the addition of LENGTH characters
of text. Do this by finding the interval containing POSITION in the
interval tree TREE, and then adjusting all of it's ancestors by adding
LENGTH to them.
If POSITION is the first character of an interval, meaning that point
is actually between the two intervals, make the new text belong to
the interval which is "sticky".
If both intervals are "sticky", then make them belong to the left-most
interval. Another possibility would be to create a new interval for
this text, and make it have the merged properties of both ends. */
static INTERVAL
adjust_intervals_for_insertion (tree, position, length)
INTERVAL tree;
int position, length;
{
register INTERVAL i;
register INTERVAL temp;
int eobp = 0;
if (TOTAL_LENGTH (tree) == 0) /* Paranoia */
abort ();
/* If inserting at point-max of a buffer, that position will be out
of range. Remember that buffer positions are 1-based. */
if (position >= BEG + TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)){
position = BEG + TOTAL_LENGTH (tree);
eobp = 1;
}
i = find_interval (tree, position);
/* If in middle of an interval which is not sticky either way,
we must not just give its properties to the insertion.
So split this interval at the insertion point. */
if (! (position == i->position || eobp)
&& END_NONSTICKY_P (i)
&& ! FRONT_STICKY_P (i))
{
temp = split_interval_right (i, position - i->position);
copy_properties (i, temp);
i = temp;
}
/* If we are positioned between intervals, check the stickiness of
both of them. We have to do this too, if we are at BEG or Z. */
if (position == i->position || eobp)
{
register INTERVAL prev;
if (position == BEG)
prev = 0;
else if (eobp)
{
prev = i;
i = 0;
}
else
prev = previous_interval (i);
/* Even if we are positioned between intervals, we default
to the left one if it exists. We extend it now and split
off a part later, if stickyness demands it. */
for (temp = prev ? prev : i; ! NULL_INTERVAL_P (temp); temp = temp->parent)
temp->total_length += length;
/* If at least one interval has sticky properties,
we check the stickyness property by property. */
if (END_NONSTICKY_P (prev) || FRONT_STICKY_P (i))
{
Lisp_Object pleft = NULL_INTERVAL_P (prev) ? Qnil : prev->plist;
Lisp_Object pright = NULL_INTERVAL_P (i) ? Qnil : i->plist;
struct interval newi;
newi.plist = merge_properties_sticky (pleft, pright);
if(! prev) /* i.e. position == BEG */
{
if (! intervals_equal (i, &newi))
{
i = split_interval_left (i, length);
i->plist = newi.plist;
}
}
else if (! intervals_equal (prev, &newi))
{
prev = split_interval_right (prev,
position - prev->position);
prev->plist = newi.plist;
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (i)
&& intervals_equal (prev, i))
merge_interval_right (prev);
}
/* We will need to update the cache here later. */
}
else if (! prev && ! NILP (i->plist))
{
/* Just split off a new interval at the left.
Since I wasn't front-sticky, the empty plist is ok. */
i = split_interval_left (i, length);
}
}
/* Otherwise just extend the interval. */
else
{
for (temp = i; ! NULL_INTERVAL_P (temp); temp = temp->parent)
temp->total_length += length;
}
return tree;
}
Lisp_Object
merge_properties_sticky (pleft, pright)
Lisp_Object pleft, pright;
{
register Lisp_Object props = Qnil, front = Qnil, rear = Qnil;
Lisp_Object lfront = textget (pleft, Qfront_sticky);
Lisp_Object lrear = textget (pleft, Qrear_nonsticky);
Lisp_Object rfront = textget (pright, Qfront_sticky);
Lisp_Object rrear = textget (pright, Qrear_nonsticky);
register Lisp_Object tail1, tail2, sym;
/* Go through each element of PLEFT. */
for (tail1 = pleft; ! NILP (tail1); tail1 = Fcdr (Fcdr (tail1)))
{
sym = Fcar (tail1);
/* Sticky properties get special treatment. */
if (EQ (sym, Qrear_nonsticky) || EQ (sym, Qfront_sticky))
continue;
if (CONSP (lrear) ? NILP (Fmemq (sym, lrear)) : NILP (lrear))
{
/* rear-sticky is dominant, we needn't search in PRIGHT. */
props = Fcons (sym, Fcons (Fcar (Fcdr (tail1)), props));
if ((CONSP (lfront) || NILP (lfront))
&& ! NILP (Fmemq (sym, lfront)))
front = Fcons (sym, front);
}
else
{
/* Go through PRIGHT, looking for sym. */
for (tail2 = pright; ! NILP (tail2); tail2 = Fcdr (Fcdr (tail2)))
if (EQ (sym, Fcar (tail2)))
{
if (CONSP (rfront)
? ! NILP (Fmemq (sym, rfront)) : ! NILP (rfront))
{
/* Nonsticky at the left and sticky at the right,
so take the right one. */
props = Fcons (sym, Fcons (Fcar (Fcdr (tail2)), props));
front = Fcons (sym, front);
if ((CONSP (rrear) || NILP (rrear))
&& ! NILP (Fmemq (sym, rrear)))
rear = Fcons (sym, rear);
}
break;
}
}
}
/* Now let's see what to keep from PRIGHT. */
for (tail2 = pright; ! NILP (tail2); tail2 = Fcdr (Fcdr (tail2)))
{
sym = Fcar (tail2);
/* Sticky properties get special treatment. */
if (EQ (sym, Qrear_nonsticky) || EQ (sym, Qfront_sticky))
continue;
/* If it ain't sticky, we don't take it. */
if (CONSP (rfront)
? NILP (Fmemq (sym, rfront)) : NILP (rfront))
continue;
/* If sym is in PLEFT we already got it. */
for (tail1 = pleft; ! NILP (tail1); tail1 = Fcdr (Fcdr (tail1)))
if (EQ (sym, Fcar (tail1)))
break;
if (NILP (tail1))
{
props = Fcons (sym, Fcons (Fcar (Fcdr (tail2)), props));
front = Fcons (sym, front);
if ((CONSP (rrear) || NILP (rrear))
&& ! NILP (Fmemq (sym, rrear)))
rear = Fcons (sym, rear);
}
}
if (! NILP (front))
props = Fcons (Qfront_sticky, Fcons (front, props));
if (! NILP (rear))
props = Fcons (Qrear_nonsticky, Fcons (rear, props));
return props;
}
/* Delete an node I from its interval tree by merging its subtrees
into one subtree which is then returned. Caller is responsible for
storing the resulting subtree into its parent. */
static INTERVAL
delete_node (i)
register INTERVAL i;
{
register INTERVAL migrate, this;
register int migrate_amt;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (i->left))
return i->right;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (i->right))
return i->left;
migrate = i->left;
migrate_amt = i->left->total_length;
this = i->right;
this->total_length += migrate_amt;
while (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (this->left))
{
this = this->left;
this->total_length += migrate_amt;
}
this->left = migrate;
migrate->parent = this;
return i->right;
}
/* Delete interval I from its tree by calling `delete_node'
and properly connecting the resultant subtree.
I is presumed to be empty; that is, no adjustments are made
for the length of I. */
void
delete_interval (i)
register INTERVAL i;
{
register INTERVAL parent;
int amt = LENGTH (i);
if (amt > 0) /* Only used on zero-length intervals now. */
abort ();
if (ROOT_INTERVAL_P (i))
{
Lisp_Object owner = (Lisp_Object) i->parent;
parent = delete_node (i);
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (parent))
parent->parent = (INTERVAL) owner;
if (XTYPE (owner) == Lisp_Buffer)
XBUFFER (owner)->intervals = parent;
else if (XTYPE (owner) == Lisp_String)
XSTRING (owner)->intervals = parent;
else
abort ();
return;
}
parent = i->parent;
if (AM_LEFT_CHILD (i))
{
parent->left = delete_node (i);
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (parent->left))
parent->left->parent = parent;
}
else
{
parent->right = delete_node (i);
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (parent->right))
parent->right->parent = parent;
}
}
/* Find the interval in TREE corresponding to the relative position
FROM and delete as much as possible of AMOUNT from that interval.
Return the amount actually deleted, and if the interval was
zeroed-out, delete that interval node from the tree.
Note that FROM is actually origin zero, aka relative to the
leftmost edge of tree. This is appropriate since we call ourselves
recursively on subtrees.
Do this by recursing down TREE to the interval in question, and
deleting the appropriate amount of text. */
static int
interval_deletion_adjustment (tree, from, amount)
register INTERVAL tree;
register int from, amount;
{
register int relative_position = from;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (tree))
return 0;
/* Left branch */
if (relative_position < LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
{
int subtract = interval_deletion_adjustment (tree->left,
relative_position,
amount);
tree->total_length -= subtract;
return subtract;
}
/* Right branch */
else if (relative_position >= (TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)
- RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)))
{
int subtract;
relative_position -= (tree->total_length
- RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree));
subtract = interval_deletion_adjustment (tree->right,
relative_position,
amount);
tree->total_length -= subtract;
return subtract;
}
/* Here -- this node. */
else
{
/* How much can we delete from this interval? */
int my_amount = ((tree->total_length
- RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
- relative_position);
if (amount > my_amount)
amount = my_amount;
tree->total_length -= amount;
if (LENGTH (tree) == 0)
delete_interval (tree);
return amount;
}
/* Never reach here. */
}
/* Effect the adjustments necessary to the interval tree of BUFFER to
correspond to the deletion of LENGTH characters from that buffer
text. The deletion is effected at position START (which is a
buffer position, i.e. origin 1). */
static void
adjust_intervals_for_deletion (buffer, start, length)
struct buffer *buffer;
int start, length;
{
register int left_to_delete = length;
register INTERVAL tree = buffer->intervals;
register int deleted;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (tree))
return;
if (start > BEG + TOTAL_LENGTH (tree)
|| start + length > BEG + TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
abort ();
if (length == TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
{
buffer->intervals = NULL_INTERVAL;
return;
}
if (ONLY_INTERVAL_P (tree))
{
tree->total_length -= length;
return;
}
if (start > BEG + TOTAL_LENGTH (tree))
start = BEG + TOTAL_LENGTH (tree);
while (left_to_delete > 0)
{
left_to_delete -= interval_deletion_adjustment (tree, start - 1,
left_to_delete);
tree = buffer->intervals;
if (left_to_delete == tree->total_length)
{
buffer->intervals = NULL_INTERVAL;
return;
}
}
}
/* Make the adjustments necessary to the interval tree of BUFFER to
represent an addition or deletion of LENGTH characters starting
at position START. Addition or deletion is indicated by the sign
of LENGTH. */
INLINE void
offset_intervals (buffer, start, length)
struct buffer *buffer;
int start, length;
{
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (buffer->intervals) || length == 0)
return;
if (length > 0)
adjust_intervals_for_insertion (buffer->intervals, start, length);
else
adjust_intervals_for_deletion (buffer, start, -length);
}
/* Merge interval I with its lexicographic successor. The resulting
interval is returned, and has the properties of the original
successor. The properties of I are lost. I is removed from the
interval tree.
IMPORTANT:
The caller must verify that this is not the last (rightmost)
interval. */
INTERVAL
merge_interval_right (i)
register INTERVAL i;
{
register int absorb = LENGTH (i);
register INTERVAL successor;
/* Zero out this interval. */
i->total_length -= absorb;
/* Find the succeeding interval. */
if (! NULL_RIGHT_CHILD (i)) /* It's below us. Add absorb
as we descend. */
{
successor = i->right;
while (! NULL_LEFT_CHILD (successor))
{
successor->total_length += absorb;
successor = successor->left;
}
successor->total_length += absorb;
delete_interval (i);
return successor;
}
successor = i;
while (! NULL_PARENT (successor)) /* It's above us. Subtract as
we ascend. */
{
if (AM_LEFT_CHILD (successor))
{
successor = successor->parent;
delete_interval (i);
return successor;
}
successor = successor->parent;
successor->total_length -= absorb;
}
/* This must be the rightmost or last interval and cannot
be merged right. The caller should have known. */
abort ();
}
/* Merge interval I with its lexicographic predecessor. The resulting
interval is returned, and has the properties of the original predecessor.
The properties of I are lost. Interval node I is removed from the tree.
IMPORTANT:
The caller must verify that this is not the first (leftmost) interval. */
INTERVAL
merge_interval_left (i)
register INTERVAL i;
{
register int absorb = LENGTH (i);
register INTERVAL predecessor;
/* Zero out this interval. */
i->total_length -= absorb;
/* Find the preceding interval. */
if (! NULL_LEFT_CHILD (i)) /* It's below us. Go down,
adding ABSORB as we go. */
{
predecessor = i->left;
while (! NULL_RIGHT_CHILD (predecessor))
{
predecessor->total_length += absorb;
predecessor = predecessor->right;
}
predecessor->total_length += absorb;
delete_interval (i);
return predecessor;
}
predecessor = i;
while (! NULL_PARENT (predecessor)) /* It's above us. Go up,
subtracting ABSORB. */
{
if (AM_RIGHT_CHILD (predecessor))
{
predecessor = predecessor->parent;
delete_interval (i);
return predecessor;
}
predecessor = predecessor->parent;
predecessor->total_length -= absorb;
}
/* This must be the leftmost or first interval and cannot
be merged left. The caller should have known. */
abort ();
}
/* Make an exact copy of interval tree SOURCE which descends from
PARENT. This is done by recursing through SOURCE, copying
the current interval and its properties, and then adjusting
the pointers of the copy. */
static INTERVAL
reproduce_tree (source, parent)
INTERVAL source, parent;
{
register INTERVAL t = make_interval ();
bcopy (source, t, INTERVAL_SIZE);
copy_properties (source, t);
t->parent = parent;
if (! NULL_LEFT_CHILD (source))
t->left = reproduce_tree (source->left, t);
if (! NULL_RIGHT_CHILD (source))
t->right = reproduce_tree (source->right, t);
return t;
}
#if 0
/* Nobody calls this. Perhaps it's a vestige of an earlier design. */
/* Make a new interval of length LENGTH starting at START in the
group of intervals INTERVALS, which is actually an interval tree.
Returns the new interval.
Generate an error if the new positions would overlap an existing
interval. */
static INTERVAL
make_new_interval (intervals, start, length)
INTERVAL intervals;
int start, length;
{
INTERVAL slot;
slot = find_interval (intervals, start);
if (start + length > slot->position + LENGTH (slot))
error ("Interval would overlap");
if (start == slot->position && length == LENGTH (slot))
return slot;
if (slot->position == start)
{
/* New right node. */
split_interval_right (slot, length);
return slot;
}
if (slot->position + LENGTH (slot) == start + length)
{
/* New left node. */
split_interval_left (slot, LENGTH (slot) - length);
return slot;
}
/* Convert interval SLOT into three intervals. */
split_interval_left (slot, start - slot->position);
split_interval_right (slot, length);
return slot;
}
#endif
/* Insert the intervals of SOURCE into BUFFER at POSITION.
This is used in insdel.c when inserting Lisp_Strings into the
buffer. The text corresponding to SOURCE is already in the buffer
when this is called. The intervals of new tree are a copy of those
belonging to the string being inserted; intervals are never
shared.
If the inserted text had no intervals associated, this function
simply returns -- offset_intervals should handle placing the
text in the correct interval, depending on the sticky bits.
If the inserted text had properties (intervals), then there are two
cases -- either insertion happened in the middle of some interval,
or between two intervals.
If the text goes into the middle of an interval, then new
intervals are created in the middle with only the properties of
the new text, *unless* the macro MERGE_INSERTIONS is true, in
which case the new text has the union of its properties and those
of the text into which it was inserted.
If the text goes between two intervals, then if neither interval
had its appropriate sticky property set (front_sticky, rear_sticky),
the new text has only its properties. If one of the sticky properties
is set, then the new text "sticks" to that region and its properties
depend on merging as above. If both the preceding and succeeding
intervals to the new text are "sticky", then the new text retains
only its properties, as if neither sticky property were set. Perhaps
we should consider merging all three sets of properties onto the new
text... */
void
graft_intervals_into_buffer (source, position, buffer, inherit)
INTERVAL source;
int position;
struct buffer *buffer;
int inherit;
{
register INTERVAL under, over, this, prev;
register INTERVAL tree = buffer->intervals;
int middle;
/* If the new text has no properties, it becomes part of whatever
interval it was inserted into. */
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (source))
return;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (tree))
{
/* The inserted text constitutes the whole buffer, so
simply copy over the interval structure. */
if ((BUF_Z (buffer) - BUF_BEG (buffer)) == TOTAL_LENGTH (source))
{
Lisp_Object buf;
XSET (buf, Lisp_Buffer, buffer);
buffer->intervals = reproduce_tree (source, buf);
/* Explicitly free the old tree here. */
return;
}
/* Create an interval tree in which to place a copy
of the intervals of the inserted string. */
{
Lisp_Object buf;
XSET (buf, Lisp_Buffer, buffer);
tree = create_root_interval (buf);
}
}
else if (TOTAL_LENGTH (tree) == TOTAL_LENGTH (source))
/* If the buffer contains only the new string, but
there was already some interval tree there, then it may be
some zero length intervals. Eventually, do something clever
about inserting properly. For now, just waste the old intervals. */
{
buffer->intervals = reproduce_tree (source, tree->parent);
/* Explicitly free the old tree here. */
return;
}
/* Paranoia -- the text has already been added, so this buffer
should be of non-zero length. */
else if (TOTAL_LENGTH (tree) == 0)
abort ();
this = under = find_interval (tree, position);
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (under)) /* Paranoia */
abort ();
over = find_interval (source, 1);
/* Here for insertion in the middle of an interval.
Split off an equivalent interval to the right,
then don't bother with it any more. */
if (position > under->position)
{
INTERVAL end_unchanged
= split_interval_left (this, position - under->position);
copy_properties (under, end_unchanged);
under->position = position;
prev = 0;
middle = 1;
}
else
{
prev = previous_interval (under);
if (prev && !END_NONSTICKY_P (prev))
prev = 0;
}
/* Insertion is now at beginning of UNDER. */
/* The inserted text "sticks" to the interval `under',
which means it gets those properties.
The properties of under are the result of
adjust_intervals_for_insertion, so stickyness has
already been taken care of. */
while (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (over))
{
if (LENGTH (over) + 1 < LENGTH (under))
{
this = split_interval_left (under, LENGTH (over));
copy_properties (under, this);
}
else
this = under;
copy_properties (over, this);
if (inherit)
merge_properties (over, this);
else
copy_properties (over, this);
over = next_interval (over);
}
buffer->intervals = balance_intervals (buffer->intervals);
return;
}
/* Get the value of property PROP from PLIST,
which is the plist of an interval.
We check for direct properties and for categories with property PROP. */
Lisp_Object
textget (plist, prop)
Lisp_Object plist;
register Lisp_Object prop;
{
register Lisp_Object tail, fallback;
fallback = Qnil;
for (tail = plist; !NILP (tail); tail = Fcdr (Fcdr (tail)))
{
register Lisp_Object tem;
tem = Fcar (tail);
if (EQ (prop, tem))
return Fcar (Fcdr (tail));
if (EQ (tem, Qcategory))
fallback = Fget (Fcar (Fcdr (tail)), prop);
}
return fallback;
}
/* Get the value of property PROP from PLIST,
which is the plist of an interval.
We check for direct properties only! */
Lisp_Object
textget_direct (plist, prop)
Lisp_Object plist;
register Lisp_Object prop;
{
register Lisp_Object tail;
for (tail = plist; !NILP (tail); tail = Fcdr (Fcdr (tail)))
{
if (EQ (prop, Fcar (tail)))
return Fcar (Fcdr (tail));
}
return Qnil;
}
/* Set point in BUFFER to POSITION. If the target position is
before an invisible character which is not displayed with a special glyph,
move back to an ok place to display. */
void
set_point (position, buffer)
register int position;
register struct buffer *buffer;
{
register INTERVAL to, from, toprev, fromprev, target;
int buffer_point;
register Lisp_Object obj;
int backwards = (position < BUF_PT (buffer)) ? 1 : 0;
int old_position = buffer->text.pt;
if (position == buffer->text.pt)
return;
/* Check this now, before checking if the buffer has any intervals.
That way, we can catch conditions which break this sanity check
whether or not there are intervals in the buffer. */
if (position > BUF_Z (buffer) || position < BUF_BEG (buffer))
abort ();
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (buffer->intervals))
{
buffer->text.pt = position;
return;
}
/* Set TO to the interval containing the char after POSITION,
and TOPREV to the interval containing the char before POSITION.
Either one may be null. They may be equal. */
to = find_interval (buffer->intervals, position);
if (position == BUF_BEGV (buffer))
toprev = 0;
else if (to->position == position)
toprev = previous_interval (to);
else
toprev = to;
buffer_point = (BUF_PT (buffer) == BUF_ZV (buffer)
? BUF_ZV (buffer) - 1
: BUF_PT (buffer));
/* Set FROM to the interval containing the char after PT,
and FROMPREV to the interval containing the char before PT.
Either one may be null. They may be equal. */
/* We could cache this and save time. */
from = find_interval (buffer->intervals, buffer_point);
if (buffer_point == BUF_BEGV (buffer))
fromprev = 0;
else if (from->position == BUF_PT (buffer))
fromprev = previous_interval (from);
else if (buffer_point != BUF_PT (buffer))
fromprev = from, from = 0;
else
fromprev = from;
/* Moving within an interval. */
if (to == from && toprev == fromprev && INTERVAL_VISIBLE_P (to))
{
buffer->text.pt = position;
return;
}
/* If the new position is before an invisible character
that has an `invisible' property of value `hidden',
move forward over all such. */
while (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (to)
&& EQ (textget (to->plist, Qinvisible), Qhidden)
&& ! DISPLAY_INVISIBLE_GLYPH (to))
{
toprev = to;
to = next_interval (to);
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (to))
position = BUF_ZV (buffer);
else
position = to->position;
}
buffer->text.pt = position;
/* We run point-left and point-entered hooks here, iff the
two intervals are not equivalent. These hooks take
(old_point, new_point) as arguments. */
if (NILP (Vinhibit_point_motion_hooks)
&& (! intervals_equal (from, to)
|| ! intervals_equal (fromprev, toprev)))
{
Lisp_Object leave_after, leave_before, enter_after, enter_before;
if (fromprev)
leave_after = textget (fromprev->plist, Qpoint_left);
else
leave_after = Qnil;
if (from)
leave_before = textget (from->plist, Qpoint_left);
else
leave_before = Qnil;
if (toprev)
enter_after = textget (toprev->plist, Qpoint_entered);
else
enter_after = Qnil;
if (to)
enter_before = textget (to->plist, Qpoint_entered);
else
enter_before = Qnil;
if (! EQ (leave_before, enter_before) && !NILP (leave_before))
call2 (leave_before, old_position, position);
if (! EQ (leave_after, enter_after) && !NILP (leave_after))
call2 (leave_after, old_position, position);
if (! EQ (enter_before, leave_before) && !NILP (enter_before))
call2 (enter_before, old_position, position);
if (! EQ (enter_after, leave_after) && !NILP (enter_after))
call2 (enter_after, old_position, position);
}
}
/* Set point temporarily, without checking any text properties. */
INLINE void
temp_set_point (position, buffer)
int position;
struct buffer *buffer;
{
buffer->text.pt = position;
}
/* Return the proper local map for position POSITION in BUFFER.
Use the map specified by the local-map property, if any.
Otherwise, use BUFFER's local map. */
Lisp_Object
get_local_map (position, buffer)
register int position;
register struct buffer *buffer;
{
register INTERVAL interval;
Lisp_Object prop, tem;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (buffer->intervals))
return current_buffer->keymap;
/* Perhaps we should just change `position' to the limit. */
if (position > BUF_Z (buffer) || position < BUF_BEG (buffer))
abort ();
interval = find_interval (buffer->intervals, position);
prop = textget (interval->plist, Qlocal_map);
if (NILP (prop))
return current_buffer->keymap;
/* Use the local map only if it is valid. */
tem = Fkeymapp (prop);
if (!NILP (tem))
return prop;
return current_buffer->keymap;
}
/* Call the modification hook functions in LIST, each with START and END. */
static void
call_mod_hooks (list, start, end)
Lisp_Object list, start, end;
{
struct gcpro gcpro1;
GCPRO1 (list);
while (!NILP (list))
{
call2 (Fcar (list), start, end);
list = Fcdr (list);
}
UNGCPRO;
}
/* Check for read-only intervals and signal an error if we find one.
Then check for any modification hooks in the range START up to
(but not including) TO. Create a list of all these hooks in
lexicographic order, eliminating consecutive extra copies of the
same hook. Then call those hooks in order, with START and END - 1
as arguments. */
void
verify_interval_modification (buf, start, end)
struct buffer *buf;
int start, end;
{
register INTERVAL intervals = buf->intervals;
register INTERVAL i, prev;
Lisp_Object hooks;
register Lisp_Object prev_mod_hooks;
Lisp_Object mod_hooks;
struct gcpro gcpro1;
hooks = Qnil;
prev_mod_hooks = Qnil;
mod_hooks = Qnil;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (intervals))
return;
if (start > end)
{
int temp = start;
start = end;
end = temp;
}
/* For an insert operation, check the two chars around the position. */
if (start == end)
{
INTERVAL prev;
Lisp_Object before, after;
/* Set I to the interval containing the char after START,
and PREV to the interval containing the char before START.
Either one may be null. They may be equal. */
i = find_interval (intervals, start);
if (start == BUF_BEGV (buf))
prev = 0;
else if (i->position == start)
prev = previous_interval (i);
else if (i->position < start)
prev = i;
if (start == BUF_ZV (buf))
i = 0;
/* If Vinhibit_read_only is set and is not a list, we can
skip the read_only checks. */
if (NILP (Vinhibit_read_only) || CONSP (Vinhibit_read_only))
{
/* If I and PREV differ we need to check for the read-only
property together with its stickyness. If either I or
PREV are 0, this check is all we need.
We have to take special care, since read-only may be
indirectly defined via the category property. */
if (i != prev)
{
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (i))
{
after = textget (i->plist, Qread_only);
/* If interval I is read-only and read-only is
front-sticky, inhibit insertion.
Check for read-only as well as category. */
if (! NILP (after)
&& NILP (Fmemq (after, Vinhibit_read_only))
&& (! NILP (Fmemq (Qread_only,
textget (i->plist, Qfront_sticky)))
|| (NILP (textget_direct (i->plist, Qread_only))
&& ! NILP (Fmemq (Qcategory,
textget (i->plist,
Qfront_sticky))))))
error ("Attempt to insert within read-only text");
}
else
after = Qnil;
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (prev))
{
before = textget (prev->plist, Qread_only);
/* If interval PREV is read-only and read-only isn't
rear-nonsticky, inhibit insertion.
Check for read-only as well as category. */
if (! NILP (before)
&& NILP (Fmemq (before, Vinhibit_read_only))
&& NILP (Fmemq (Qread_only,
textget (prev->plist, Qrear_nonsticky)))
&& (! NILP (textget_direct (prev->plist,Qread_only))
|| NILP (Fmemq (Qcategory,
textget (prev->plist,
Qrear_nonsticky)))))
error ("Attempt to insert within read-only text");
}
else
before = Qnil;
}
else if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (i))
before = after = textget (i->plist, Qread_only);
if (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (i) && ! NULL_INTERVAL_P (prev))
{
/* If I and PREV differ, neither of them has a sticky
read-only property. It only remains to check, whether
they have a common read-only property. */
if (! NILP (before) && EQ (before, after))
error ("Attempt to insert within read-only text");
}
}
/* Run both insert hooks (just once if they're the same). */
if (!NULL_INTERVAL_P (prev))
prev_mod_hooks = textget (prev->plist, Qinsert_behind_hooks);
if (!NULL_INTERVAL_P (i))
mod_hooks = textget (i->plist, Qinsert_in_front_hooks);
GCPRO1 (mod_hooks);
if (! NILP (prev_mod_hooks))
call_mod_hooks (prev_mod_hooks, make_number (start),
make_number (end));
UNGCPRO;
if (! NILP (mod_hooks) && ! EQ (mod_hooks, prev_mod_hooks))
call_mod_hooks (mod_hooks, make_number (start), make_number (end));
}
else
{
/* Loop over intervals on or next to START...END,
collecting their hooks. */
i = find_interval (intervals, start);
do
{
if (! INTERVAL_WRITABLE_P (i))
error ("Attempt to modify read-only text");
mod_hooks = textget (i->plist, Qmodification_hooks);
if (! NILP (mod_hooks) && ! EQ (mod_hooks, prev_mod_hooks))
{
hooks = Fcons (mod_hooks, hooks);
prev_mod_hooks = mod_hooks;
}
i = next_interval (i);
}
/* Keep going thru the interval containing the char before END. */
while (! NULL_INTERVAL_P (i) && i->position < end);
GCPRO1 (hooks);
hooks = Fnreverse (hooks);
while (! EQ (hooks, Qnil))
{
call_mod_hooks (Fcar (hooks), make_number (start),
make_number (end));
hooks = Fcdr (hooks);
}
UNGCPRO;
}
}
/* Balance an interval node if the amount of text in its left and right
subtrees differs by more than the percentage specified by
`interval-balance-threshold'. */
static INTERVAL
balance_an_interval (i)
INTERVAL i;
{
register int total_children_size = (LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)
+ RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i));
register int threshold = (XFASTINT (interval_balance_threshold)
* (total_children_size / 100));
/* Balance within each side. */
balance_intervals (i->left);
balance_intervals (i->right);
if (LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) > RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)
&& (LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) - RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)) > threshold)
{
i = rotate_right (i);
/* If that made it unbalanced the other way, take it back. */
if (RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) > LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)
&& (RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) - LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)) > threshold)
return rotate_left (i);
return i;
}
if (RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) > LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)
&& (RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) - LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)) > threshold)
{
i = rotate_left (i);
if (LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) > RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)
&& (LEFT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i) - RIGHT_TOTAL_LENGTH (i)) > threshold)
return rotate_right (i);
return i;
}
return i;
}
/* Balance the interval tree TREE. Balancing is by weight
(the amount of text). */
INTERVAL
balance_intervals (tree)
register INTERVAL tree;
{
register INTERVAL new_tree;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (tree))
return NULL_INTERVAL;
new_tree = tree;
do
{
tree = new_tree;
new_tree = balance_an_interval (new_tree);
}
while (new_tree != tree);
return new_tree;
}
/* Produce an interval tree reflecting the intervals in
TREE from START to START + LENGTH. */
INTERVAL
copy_intervals (tree, start, length)
INTERVAL tree;
int start, length;
{
register INTERVAL i, new, t;
register int got, prevlen;
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (tree) || length <= 0)
return NULL_INTERVAL;
i = find_interval (tree, start);
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (i) || LENGTH (i) == 0)
abort ();
/* If there is only one interval and it's the default, return nil. */
if ((start - i->position + 1 + length) < LENGTH (i)
&& DEFAULT_INTERVAL_P (i))
return NULL_INTERVAL;
new = make_interval ();
new->position = 1;
got = (LENGTH (i) - (start - i->position));
new->total_length = length;
copy_properties (i, new);
t = new;
prevlen = got;
while (got < length)
{
i = next_interval (i);
t = split_interval_right (t, prevlen);
copy_properties (i, t);
prevlen = LENGTH (i);
got += prevlen;
}
return balance_intervals (new);
}
/* Give STRING the properties of BUFFER from POSITION to LENGTH. */
INLINE void
copy_intervals_to_string (string, buffer, position, length)
Lisp_Object string, buffer;
int position, length;
{
INTERVAL interval_copy = copy_intervals (XBUFFER (buffer)->intervals,
position, length);
if (NULL_INTERVAL_P (interval_copy))
return;
interval_copy->parent = (INTERVAL) string;
XSTRING (string)->intervals = interval_copy;
}
#endif /* USE_TEXT_PROPERTIES */