[PATCH] indentation fix for comments

Roland Krause rokrau at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 18 19:13:50 UTC 2002


I've applied this patch today, it works and I am committing it. 

Roland

--- Kuba Ober <kuba at mareimbrium.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Another small bit of indentation fixes.
> 
> This patch makes indentation work past end-of-line, and for comments.
> Here's 
> when it will insert tabs/spaces instead of changing indentation depth
> of the 
> whole line:
> - anywhere after last non-whitespace character
> 	abcdef^^^^... 
> 	abc^^^^^//
> - anywhere before last-non-whitespace character before beginning of
> the 
> comment
> 	abd^^^^^/* blah
> 	but not here, so that one-line lone comments can be aligned ^^^^^//
> blah
> - inside of comment context, so that people can say tab-align tables
> inside of 
> comments, etc.
> /* dshfsdfhs
>      fdshfj^^^^^^^djhfjsdfhksdfhsk */ 
> 
> Disregard my previous indent.patch that was posted on the list, it
> only 
> contained the first listed functionality.
> 
> This applies cleanly to KDE_2_2_BRANCH CVS as of today.
> 
> There are still some issues with COutputWidget, but they show up only
> as 
> inability to F4/click on errors. I'm hoping for a fix.
> 
> Cheers, Kuba Ober> diff -ru --exclude-from=exclude kdevelop/ChangeLog
> kdevelop-2.1/ChangeLog
> --- kdevelop/ChangeLog	2002-06-25 10:59:58.000000000 -0400
> +++ kdevelop-2.1/ChangeLog	2002-07-17 17:28:25.000000000 -0400
> @@ -1,3 +1,8 @@
> +2002-07-17  Kuba Ober <kuba at mareimbrium.org>
> +    * using tab for comments made possible
> +      - tab key inserts tabs at end of the line
> +      - tab key inserts tabs if used before a comment ("//", "/*")
> +      - tab key inserts tabs if used inside a comment
>  2002-06-25  Walter Tasin <tasin at kdevelop.org>
>      * bugfix #44111: CFLAGS and CPPFLAGS don't apply in build
> process
>      blessed by Roland
> diff -ru --exclude-from=exclude kdevelop/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.cpp
> kdevelop-2.1/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.cpp
> --- kdevelop/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.cpp	2002-06-22 16:59:12.000000000
> -0400
> +++ kdevelop-2.1/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.cpp	2002-07-17
> 17:41:24.000000000 -0400
> @@ -447,6 +447,7 @@
>    : QObject(0L)
>    ,hlManager(hlManager)
>    ,highlight(0L)
> +  ,commentAttribute(-1)
>    ,kWriteConfig(0L)
>    ,tabChars(8)
>    ,tabWidth(0)
> @@ -1110,6 +1111,12 @@
>  // (4) is enabled by cfIndentParentheses
>  
>  // "tab indents" -- special behaviour of tab & shift-tab
> +// 0. if cursor is:
> +//    - past end of text in a non-empty line,
> +//    - in a (possibly zero-length) whitespace before // or /*, but
> not in the
> +//      whitespace at beginning of the line (so that we can normally
> indent
> +//      multiline comments),
> +//    insert regular tab and don't indent (and the algorithm is
> finished)
>  // 1. treat the first non-empty line above the current one as
> baseline
>  // 2. if the current line has closing brace "}" as its first
> character,
>  //    then decrease the baseline indentation by one level
> @@ -1165,7 +1172,7 @@
>  void KWriteDoc::newLine(KWriteView *view, VConfig &c) {
>    // NB: silent assumption is that what indentSpaces() counts
>    // indeed consists of all spaces. If somebody types tab, tab,
> -  // space, tab, text, and tabs are *not* indents and are *not*
> +  // space, tab, text, and tabs are *not* indents that would be
>    // replaced with spaces, then this will be borken as it used to
>    // be in 2.1-release, but such an antisocial behaviour should be
>    // damned anyway ;-)) Kuba
> @@ -1283,8 +1290,8 @@
>        }
>  
>        char* buf = new char[tabs + spaces];
> -      memset(buf, '\t', tabs);
> -      memset(buf + tabs, ' ', spaces);
> +      if (tabs > 0) memset(buf, '\t', tabs);
> +      if (spaces > 0) memset(buf + tabs, ' ', spaces);
>        PointStruc linebeg(0, c.cursor.y);
>        recordInsert(linebeg, &buf[0], tabs + spaces);
>        delete[] buf;
> @@ -1295,32 +1302,73 @@
>    recordEnd(view,c);
>  }
>  
> +// returns the smallest non-zero value of the pair (a, b), or zero
> if both are zero
> +template <typename T>
> +static inline T minnz(T a, T b) { return (((a != 0) && (b != 0) &&
> (a < b)) || (b == 0)) ? a : b; }
> +// returns the largest of the pair (a, b), or a if they are same
> +template <typename T>
> +static inline T max(T a, T b) { return (a >= b) ? a : b; }
> +
>  void KWriteDoc::commonTab(KWriteView * view, VConfig & c, bool add)
> {
>  
> +  // TODO: it would be cleaner to put it where it belongs, that is
> at all points
> +  // where highlight items can get changed
> +  if (commentAttribute == -1) {
> +    ItemDataList idl;
> +    ItemDataList & list = idl;
> +    highlight->getItemDataList(list);
> +    #ifdef DEBUG
> +    std::cerr << "highlight->getItemDataList(list); list.count() = "
> << list.count() << std::endl;
> +    #endif
> +    for (ItemData * item = list.first(); item != 0; item =
> list.next()) {
> +      if (item->name == "Comment") commentAttribute = list.at();
> +    }
> +    #ifdef DEBUG
> +    std::cerr << "commentAttribute = " << commentAttribute <<
> std::endl;
> +    #endif
> +  }
> +
>    recordStart(c.cursor);
>  
> -  if (!(c.flags & cfTabIndent)) {
> -    // auto indentation hasn't been chosen
> +  TextLine* textLine = contents.at(c.cursor.y);
> +  // NB: accessing the list like that is expensive
> +
> +  const char * curline = textLine->getString();
> +  const char * curtext;
> +  const char * comment;
> +  const char * dummy = "abc"; // dummy text to avoid excess
> test-for-NULL logic
> +  curtext = (textLine->length() > c.cursor.x) ? curline + c.cursor.x
> : dummy + 1;
> +  comment = minnz(strstr(curtext, "//"), strstr(curtext, "/*"));
> +  comment = (comment != 0) ? comment : dummy;
> +
> +  if ((!(c.flags & cfTabIndent)) || // tab doesn't indent
> +      ((textLine->lastChar() > 0) && (c.cursor.x >
> textLine->lastChar())) || // past end of line
> +      ((strspn(curtext, " \t") == (size_t)(comment - curtext)) && //
> in the whitespace before comment
> +       (strspn(curline, " \t") < (size_t)(comment - curline))) || //
> but not in leading whitespace
> +      (textLine->getAttr(max(c.cursor.x - 1, 0)) ==
> commentAttribute)) { // inside of comment
>      // insert regular tab like we know it
>      if (add) insertChar(view, c, '\t');
>    } else {
>      // indent the new line
>  
>      // find out baseline indentation level
> -    TextLine* textLine;
> +    bool preserve = true; // shall we preserve original indentation
> makeup?
> +    int tabs = 0; // how many tabs were used in indentation found
> +    int spaces = 0; // how many spaces were used in indentation
> found
>      int cells = 0; // how many character cells were used (ie.
> accounting tab width)
> -
> +   
>      if (c.cursor.y > 0) {
>        textLine = contents.at(c.cursor.y - 1); // check the previous
> line
> -      // NB: accessing the list like that is expensive
>  
> -      cells = seekIndentRef(contents);
> +      cells = seekIndentRef(contents, tabs, spaces);
>  
>        textLine = contents.current();
>  
>        // adjust indentation levels for opening brace in this line
>        if (textLine->getChar(textLine->lastChar())=='{') { // opening
> brace
>          cells += indentLength;
> +        preserve = false; // preserving spaces only make sense to
> align (...) stuff --
> +                          // opening brace surely means the
> parentheses were closed
>        }
>      }
>  
> @@ -1359,8 +1407,12 @@
>      std::cerr << " indentPos " << indentPos << std::endl;
>      #endif
>  
> -    int tabs = indentPos / tabChars;
> -    int spaces = indentPos % tabChars;
> +    // alter reference line indentation makeup only if changing
> indentation depth
> +    preserve &= cells == indentPos;
> +    if (! preserve) {
> +      tabs = indentPos / tabChars;
> +      spaces = indentPos % tabChars;
> +    }
>  
>      if (c.flags & cfReplaceTabs) {
>        tabs = 0;
> diff -ru --exclude-from=exclude kdevelop/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.h
> kdevelop-2.1/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.h
> --- kdevelop/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.h	2002-06-22 16:59:12.000000000
> -0400
> +++ kdevelop-2.1/kdevelop/kwrite/kwdoc.h	2002-07-17
> 16:41:24.000000000 -0400
> @@ -323,6 +323,7 @@
>      HlManager *hlManager;
>      Highlight *highlight;
>      Attribute attribs[nAttribs];
> +    int commentAttribute;
>      
>      KConfig* kWriteConfig;
>  
> 

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