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;;; Grind GNU Emacs DOC file into LaTeX input
;;; Copyright (C) 1987 Kyle E. Jones, Tor Lillqvist

;;; This file may be redistributed provided the above copyright
;;; notice appears on all copies and that the further free redistribution
;;; of this file is not in any way restricted by those who
;;; redistribute it.

;;; Based on Kyle E. Jones's grind-DOC package.

;;; This software is distributed 'as is', without warranties of any kind.

;;; This file is not part of GNU Emacs.

;;; The document that is the output from the (LaTeXify-DOC) function is
;;; part of GNU Emacs.

(defvar LaTeXify-DOC-style "report"
  "*Should be bound to a string indicating what LaTeX document style
should be used to format the DOC file.  If this variable is set to nil
the report style will be used.")

(defvar LaTeXify-DOC-style-options ""
  "*A string containing a list of document style options for LaTeX")

(defun LaTeXify-DOC () (interactive)
  "Reads the etc/DOC-xx.xx.x file into a buffer and converts it to a form
suitable as LaTeX input."
  ; Make sure we can deal with the macro package and the point size.
   ((not (stringp LaTeXify-DOC-style))
    (error "LaTeXify-DOC-style must be a string")))
  ; Select the DOC file.
  (find-file (expand-file-name
	      (if (fboundp 'dump-emacs)
		  (concat "DOC-" emacs-version)
  (setq buffer-read-only nil)
  (auto-save-mode 0)
  (set-visited-file-name (concat (buffer-file-name) ".tex"))
  ; Save-excursion just in case the DOC file was already selected.
    (let (case-fold-search mode-line-format varstart-point bufstring name odot)
      ; The first thing we must do is convert the \[COMMAND] sequences
      ; into the keys that the COMMANDs are bound to.
      (setq mode-line-format
	    "                     Grinding the DOC file... be patient.")
      (sit-for 0)
      (replace-regexp "\\\\{\\(\\s_\\|\\sw\\)*}"
      (setq bufstring (substitute-command-keys (buffer-string)))
      (insert bufstring)
      ; Here we make each docstring begin and end with C-_ for
      ; easier manipulation.  This is undone later.
      (goto-char (1+ (point-min)))
      (replace-string "\C-_" "\C-_\C-_" nil)
      (goto-char (point-max))
      (insert "\C-_")
      ; Sort the docstrings.  This implicitly separates function
      ; documentation from the variable documentation.
      (sort-regexp-fields nil "\C-_\\([FV].*\\)[^\C-_]*\C-_" "\\1"
			  (point-min) (point-max))
      ; Handle TeX special characters
      (goto-char (point-min))
       '(lambda (x) (save-excursion (eval x)))
       '((replace-string "#" "]]#")
         (replace-string "$" "]]$")
	 (replace-string "%" "]]%")
	 (replace-string "&" "]]&")
         (replace-string "~" "]]verb+~+")
	 (replace-string "_" "]]verb+_+")
	 (replace-string "^" "]]verb+^+")
	 (replace-string "\\" "]]verb+]]+")
	 (replace-string "{" "]]{")
	 (replace-string "}" "]]}")
	 (replace-string "<" "]]verb+<+")
	 (replace-string ">" "]]verb+>+")
	 (replace-string "]]" "\\")))
      ; Now add the indentation commands and put ( ...) around the functions
	(goto-char (point-min))
	(search-forward "\C-_V" (point-max) nil 1)
	(backward-char 2)
	(narrow-to-region (point-min) (dot))
	(goto-char (point-min))
	(insert "\\section*{Functions}\n"
	(while (search-forward "\C-_F" (point-max) t 1)
	  (delete-char -2)
	  (insert "\n\\item[\\sf(")
	  (end-of-line 1)
	  (insert " ...)]")
	  (search-forward "\C-_" (point-max) nil 1)
	  (delete-char -1))
	(insert "\\end{description}\n"))
      (insert "\\section*{Variables}
Variables whose documentation begins with an
asterisk `*' are user definable options.  These variables are
used to customize Emacs.  Other variables are generally of
interest only to Emacs Lisp programmers.
      (while (search-forward "\C-_V" (point-max) t 1)
	(delete-char -2)
	(insert "\n\\item[\\sf ")
	(end-of-line 1)
	(insert "]")
	(search-forward "\C-_" (point-max) nil 1)
	(delete-char -1))
      (insert "\\end{description}\n"
      ; Try to make those parameters that are in all-caps look better
      (goto-char (point-min))
       '(lambda (x) (save-excursion (eval x)))
       '((replace-regexp "[A-Z][A-Z]+" "\n{\\\\lowercase{\\\\sf \\&}}" nil)
	 (replace-string "\\lowercase{\\sf TAB}" "{\\tt TAB}")
	 (replace-string "\\lowercase{\\sf LFD}" "{\\tt LFD}")
	 (replace-string "\\lowercase{\\sf RET}" "{\\tt RET}")
	 (replace-string "\\lowercase{\\sf ESC}" "{\\tt ESC}")
	 (replace-string "\\lowercase{\\sf SPC}" "{\\tt SPC}")
	 (replace-string "\\lowercase{\\sf DEL}" "{\\tt DEL}")))
      ; Handle document style and front matter
      (goto-char (point-min))
      (insert "\\documentstyle["
	      "]{" LaTeXify-DOC-style "}\n"
	      "\\title{GNU Emacs Lisp Reference \\\\\n"
	      "Version " emacs-version " \\\\\n"
	      "\\large (gouged with a blunt instrument from the DOC file)}\n"
	      "\\author{Richard M. Stallman}\n"
	      "\\date{" (substring emacs-build-time 4 8)
	      (substring emacs-build-time 20) "}\n"
      ; Insert the GNU Emacs copyright notice.
       "Copyright \\copyright" (substring emacs-build-time 20)
       " Free Software Foundation, Inc. \\\\\n"
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it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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      ; That's it
      (message "Grinding completed.  Behold!"))))