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;; Incremental search
;; Copyright (C) 1985, 1986 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.

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;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 1, or (at your option)
;; any later version.

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;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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;; the Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

; in loaddefs.el
;(defvar search-last-string ""
;  "Last string search for by a search command.
;This does not include direct calls to the primitive search functions,
;and does not include searches that are aborted.")
;(defvar search-last-regexp ""
;  "Last string searched for by a regexp search command.
;This does not include direct calls to the primitive search functions,
;and does not include searches that are aborted.")
;(defconst search-repeat-char ?\C-s
;  "Character to repeat incremental search forwards.")
;(defconst search-reverse-char ?\C-r
;  "Character to repeat incremental search backwards.")
;(defconst search-exit-char ?\e
;  "Character to exit incremental search.")
;(defconst search-delete-char ?\177
;  "Character to delete from incremental search string.")
;(defconst search-quote-char ?\C-q
;  "Character to quote special characters for incremental search.")
;(defconst search-yank-word-char ?\C-w
;  "Character to pull next word from buffer into search string.")
;(defconst search-yank-line-char ?\C-y
;  "Character to pull rest of line from buffer into search string.")
;(defconst search-exit-option t
;  "Non-nil means random control characters terminate incremental search.")
;(defvar search-slow-window-lines 1
;  "*Number of lines in slow search display windows.")
;(defconst search-slow-speed 1200
;  "*Highest terminal speed at which to use \"slow\" style incremental search.
;This is the style where a one-line window is created to show the line
;that the search has reached.")

;; This function does all the work of incremental search.
;; The functions attached to ^R and ^S are trivial,
;; merely calling this one, but they are always loaded by default
;; whereas this file can optionally be autoloadable.
;; This is the only entry point in this file.

(defun isearch (forward &optional regexp)
  (let ((search-string "")
	(search-message "")
	(cmds nil)
	(success t)
	(wrapped nil)
	(barrier (point))
	(invalid-regexp nil)
	(slow-terminal-mode (and (<= (baud-rate) search-slow-speed)
				 (> (window-height)
				    (* 4 search-slow-window-lines))))
	(other-end nil)    ;Start of last match if fwd, end if backwd.
	(small-window nil)		;if t, using a small window
	(found-point nil)		;to restore point from a small window
	;; This is the window-start value found by the search.
	(found-start nil)
	(opoint (point))
	(inhibit-quit t))  ;Prevent ^G from quitting immediately.
     (catch 'search-done
       (while t
	 (or (>= unread-command-char 0)
	       (or (input-pending-p)
	       (if (and slow-terminal-mode
			(not (or small-window (pos-visible-in-window-p))))
		     (setq small-window t)
		     (setq found-point (point))
		     (move-to-window-line 0)
		     (let ((window-min-height 1))
		       (split-window nil (if (< search-slow-window-lines 0)
					     (1+ (- search-slow-window-lines))
					   (- (window-height)
					      (1+ search-slow-window-lines)))))
		     (if (< search-slow-window-lines 0)
			 (progn (vertical-motion (- 1 search-slow-window-lines))
				(set-window-start (next-window) (point))
				(set-window-hscroll (next-window)
				(set-window-hscroll (selected-window) 0))
		       (other-window 1))
		     (goto-char found-point)))))
	 (let ((char (if quit-flag
	   (setq quit-flag nil adjusted nil)
	   ;; Meta character means exit search.
	   (cond ((and (>= char 128)
		  (setq unread-command-char char)
		  (throw 'search-done t))
		 ((eq char search-exit-char)
		  ;; Esc means exit search normally.
		  ;; Except, if first thing typed, it means do nonincremental
		  (if (= 0 (length search-string))
		      (nonincremental-search forward regexp))
		  (throw 'search-done t))
		 ((= char ?\C-g)
		  ;; ^G means the user tried to quit.
		  (if success
		      ;; If search is successful, move back to starting point
		      ;; and really do quit.
		      (progn (goto-char opoint)
			     (signal 'quit nil))
		    ;; If search is failing, rub out until it is once more
		    ;;  successful.
		    (while (not success) (isearch-pop))))
		 ((or (eq char search-repeat-char)
		      (eq char search-reverse-char))
		  (if (eq forward (eq char search-repeat-char))
		      ;; C-s in forward or C-r in reverse.
		      (if (equal search-string "")
			  ;; If search string is empty, use last one.
			  (setq search-string
				(if regexp
				    search-last-regexp search-last-string)
				(mapconcat 'text-char-description
					   search-string ""))
			;; If already have what to search for, repeat it.
			(or success
			    (progn (goto-char (if forward (point-min) (point-max)))
				   (setq wrapped t))))
		    ;; C-s in reverse or C-r in forward, change direction.
		    (setq forward (not forward)))
		  (setq barrier (point)) ; For subsequent \| if regexp.
		  (setq success t)
		  (or (equal search-string "")
		 ((= char search-delete-char)
		  ;; Rubout means discard last input item and move point
		  ;; back.  If buffer is empty, just beep.
		  (if (null (cdr cmds))
		  (cond ((or (eq char search-yank-word-char)
			     (eq char search-yank-line-char))
			 ;; ^W means gobble next word from buffer.
			 ;; ^Y means gobble rest of line from buffer.
			 (let ((word (save-excursion
				       (and (not forward) other-end
					    (goto-char other-end))
					  (if (eq char search-yank-line-char)
					    (forward-word 1))
			   (if regexp
			       (setq word (regexp-quote word)))
			   (setq search-string (concat search-string word)
				   (concat search-message
					   (mapconcat 'text-char-description
						      word "")))))
			 ;; Any other control char =>
			 ;;  unread it and exit the search normally.
			 ((and search-exit-option
			       (/= char search-quote-char)
			       (or (= char ?\177)
				   (and (< char ? ) (/= char ?\t) (/= char ?\r))))
			  (setq unread-command-char char)
			  (throw 'search-done t))
			  ;; Any other character => add it to the
			  ;;  search string and search.
			  (cond ((= char search-quote-char)
				 (setq char (read-quoted-char
					     (isearch-message t))))
				((= char ?\r)
				 ;; unix braindeath
				 (setq char ?\n)))
			  (setq search-string (concat search-string
						      (char-to-string char))
				search-message (concat search-message
						       (text-char-description char)))))
		  (if (and (not success)
			   ;; unsuccessful regexp search may become
			   ;;  successful by addition of characters which
			   ;;  make search-string valid
			   (not regexp))
		    ;; If a regexp search may have been made more
		    ;; liberal, retreat the search start.
		    ;; Go back to place last successful search started
		    ;; or to the last ^S/^R (barrier), whichever is nearer.
		    (and regexp success cmds
			 (cond ((memq char '(?* ??))
				(setq adjusted t)
				(let ((cs (nth (if forward
						   5 ; other-end
						 2) ; saved (point)
					       (car (cdr cmds)))))
				  ;; (car cmds) is after last search;
				  ;; (car (cdr cmds)) is from before it.
				  (setq cs (or cs barrier))
				   (if forward
				       (max cs barrier)
				     (min cs barrier)))))
			       ((eq char ?\|)
				(setq adjusted t)
				(goto-char barrier))))
		    ;; In reverse regexp search, adding a character at
		    ;; the end may cause zero or many more chars to be
		    ;; matched, in the string following point.
		    ;; Allow all those possibiities without moving point as
		    ;; long as the match does not extend past search origin.
		    (if (and regexp (not forward) (not adjusted)
			     (condition-case ()
				 (looking-at search-string)
			       (error nil))
			     (<= (match-end 0) (min opoint barrier)))
			(setq success t invalid-regexp nil
			      other-end (match-end 0))
		      ;; Not regexp, not reverse, or no match at point.
		      (if (and other-end (not adjusted))
			  (goto-char (if forward other-end
				       (min opoint barrier (1+ other-end)))))
     (setq found-start (window-start (selected-window)))
     (setq found-point (point)))
    (if (> (length search-string) 0)
	(if regexp
	    (setq search-last-regexp search-string)
	    (setq search-last-string search-string)))
    ;; If there was movement, mark the starting position.
    ;; Maybe should test difference between and set mark iff > threshold.
    (if (/= (point) opoint)
	(push-mark opoint)
      (message ""))
    (if small-window
	(goto-char found-point)
      ;; Exiting the save-window-excursion clobbers this; restore it.
      (set-window-start (selected-window) found-start t))))

(defun isearch-message (&optional c-q-hack ellipsis)
  ;; If about to search, and previous search regexp was invalid,
  ;; check that it still is.  If it is valid now,
  ;; let the message we display while searching say that it is valid.
  (and invalid-regexp ellipsis
       (condition-case ()
	   (progn (re-search-forward search-string (point) t)
		  (setq invalid-regexp nil))
	 (error nil)))
  ;; If currently failing, display no ellipsis.
  (or success (setq ellipsis nil))
  (let ((m (concat (if success "" "failing ")
		   (if wrapped "wrapped ")
		   (if regexp "regexp " "")
		   (if forward ": " " backward: ")
		   (if c-q-hack "^Q" "")
		   (if invalid-regexp
		       (concat " [" invalid-regexp "]")
    (aset m 0 (upcase (aref m 0)))
    (let ((cursor-in-echo-area ellipsis))
      (if c-q-hack m (message "%s" m)))))

(defun isearch-pop ()
  (setq cmds (cdr cmds))
  (let ((cmd (car cmds)))
    (setq search-string (car cmd)
	  search-message (car (cdr cmd))
	  success (nth 3 cmd)
	  forward (nth 4 cmd)
	  other-end (nth 5 cmd)
	  invalid-regexp (nth 6 cmd)
	  wrapped (nth 7 cmd)
	  barrier (nth 8 cmd))
    (goto-char (car (cdr (cdr cmd))))))

(defun isearch-push-state ()
  (setq cmds (cons (list search-string search-message (point)
			 success forward other-end invalid-regexp
			 wrapped barrier)

(defun isearch-search ()
  (isearch-message nil t)
  (condition-case lossage
      (let ((inhibit-quit nil))
	(if regexp (setq invalid-regexp nil))
	(setq success
	       (if regexp
		   (if forward 're-search-forward 're-search-backward)
		 (if forward 'search-forward 'search-backward))
	       search-string nil t))
	(if success
	    (setq other-end
		  (if forward (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0)))))
    (quit (setq unread-command-char ?\C-g)
	  (setq success nil))
    (invalid-regexp (setq invalid-regexp (car (cdr lossage)))
		    (if (string-match "\\`Premature \\|\\`Unmatched \\|\\`Invalid "
			(setq invalid-regexp "incomplete input"))))
  (if success
    ;; Ding if failed this time after succeeding last time.
    (and (nth 3 (car cmds))
    (goto-char (nth 2 (car cmds)))))

;; This is called from incremental-search
;; if the first input character is the exit character.
;; The interactive-arg-reader uses free variables `forward' and `regexp'
;; which are bound by `incremental-search'.

;; We store the search string in `search-string'
;; which has been bound already by `incremental-search'
;; so that, when we exit, it is copied into `search-last-string'.

(defun nonincremental-search (forward regexp)
  (let (message char function string inhibit-quit)
    (let ((cursor-in-echo-area t))
      ;; Prompt assuming not word search,
      (setq message (if regexp 
			(if forward "Regexp search: "
			  "Regexp search backward: ")
		      (if forward "Search: " "Search backward: ")))
      (message "%s" message)
      ;; Read 1 char and switch to word search if it is ^W.
      (setq char (read-char)))
    (if (eq char search-yank-word-char)
	(setq message (if forward "Word search: " "Word search backward: "))
      ;; Otherwise let that 1 char be part of the search string.
      (setq unread-command-char char))
    (setq function
	  (if (eq char search-yank-word-char)
	      (if forward 'word-search-forward 'word-search-backward)
	    (if regexp
		(if forward 're-search-forward 're-search-backward)
	      (if forward 'search-forward 'search-backward))))
    ;; Read the search string with corrected prompt.
    (setq string (read-string message))
    ;; Empty means use default.
    (if (= 0 (length string))
	(setq string search-last-string)
      ;; Set last search string now so it is set even if we fail.
      (setq search-last-string string))
    ;; Since we used the minibuffer, we should be available for redo.
    (setq command-history (cons (list function string) command-history))
    ;; Go ahead and search.
    (funcall function string)))