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;;; swank-c-p-c.lisp -- ILISP style Compound Prefix Completion
;;
;; Author: Luke Gorrie  <luke@synap.se>
;;         Edi Weitz  <edi@agharta.de>
;;         Matthias Koeppe  <mkoeppe@mail.math.uni-magdeburg.de> 
;;         Tobias C. Rittweiler <tcr@freebits.de>
;;         and others
;;
;; License: Public Domain
;;


(in-package :swank)

(defslimefun completions (string default-package-name)
  "Return a list of completions for a symbol designator STRING.  

The result is the list (COMPLETION-SET COMPLETED-PREFIX), where
COMPLETION-SET is the list of all matching completions, and
COMPLETED-PREFIX is the best (partial) completion of the input
string.

Simple compound matching is supported on a per-hyphen basis:

  (completions \"m-v-\" \"COMMON-LISP\")
    ==> ((\"multiple-value-bind\" \"multiple-value-call\" 
          \"multiple-value-list\" \"multiple-value-prog1\" 
          \"multiple-value-setq\" \"multiple-values-limit\")
         \"multiple-value\")

\(For more advanced compound matching, see FUZZY-COMPLETIONS.)

If STRING is package qualified the result list will also be
qualified.  If string is non-qualified the result strings are
also not qualified and are considered relative to
DEFAULT-PACKAGE-NAME.

The way symbols are matched depends on the symbol designator's
format. The cases are as follows:
  FOO      - Symbols with matching prefix and accessible in the buffer package.
  PKG:FOO  - Symbols with matching prefix and external in package PKG.
  PKG::FOO - Symbols with matching prefix and accessible in package PKG.
"
  (let ((completion-set (completion-set string default-package-name
                                        #'compound-prefix-match)))
    (when completion-set
      (list completion-set (longest-compound-prefix completion-set)))))

;;;;; Find completion set

(defun completion-set (string default-package-name matchp)
  "Return the set of completion-candidates as strings."
  (multiple-value-bind (name package-name package internal-p)
      (parse-completion-arguments string default-package-name)
    (let* ((symbols (mapcar (completion-output-symbol-converter name)
                            (and package
                                 (mapcar #'symbol-name
                                         (find-matching-symbols name
                                                                package
                                                                (and (not internal-p)
                                                                     package-name)
                                                                matchp)))))
           (packs (mapcar (completion-output-package-converter name)
                          (and (not package-name)
                               (find-matching-packages name matchp)))))
      (format-completion-set (nconc symbols packs) internal-p package-name))))

(defun find-matching-symbols (string package external test)
  "Return a list of symbols in PACKAGE matching STRING.
TEST is called with two strings.  If EXTERNAL is true, only external
symbols are returned."
  (let ((completions '())
        (converter (completion-output-symbol-converter string)))
    (flet ((symbol-matches-p (symbol)
             (and (or (not external)
                      (symbol-external-p symbol package))
                  (funcall test string
                           (funcall converter (symbol-name symbol))))))
      (do-symbols* (symbol package) 
        (when (symbol-matches-p symbol)
          (push symbol completions))))
    completions))

(defun find-matching-symbols-in-list (string list test)
  "Return a list of symbols in LIST matching STRING.
TEST is called with two strings."
  (let ((completions '())
        (converter (completion-output-symbol-converter string)))
    (flet ((symbol-matches-p (symbol)
             (funcall test string
                      (funcall converter (symbol-name symbol)))))
      (dolist (symbol list) 
        (when (symbol-matches-p symbol)
          (push symbol completions))))
    (remove-duplicates completions)))

(defun find-matching-packages (name matcher)
  "Return a list of package names matching NAME with MATCHER.
MATCHER is a two-argument predicate."
  (let ((to-match (string-upcase name)))
    (remove-if-not (lambda (x) (funcall matcher to-match x))
                   (mapcar (lambda (pkgname)
                             (concatenate 'string pkgname ":"))
                           (loop for package in (list-all-packages)
                                 collect (package-name package)
                                 append (package-nicknames package))))))


;; PARSE-COMPLETION-ARGUMENTS return table:
;; 
;;  user behaviour |  NAME  | PACKAGE-NAME | PACKAGE 
;; ----------------+--------+--------------+-----------------------------------
;; asdf     [tab]  | "asdf" |     NIL      | #<PACKAGE "DEFAULT-PACKAGE-NAME">
;;                 |        |              |      or *BUFFER-PACKAGE*
;; asdf:    [tab]  |   ""   |    "asdf"    | #<PACKAGE "ASDF">
;;                 |        |              |
;; asdf:foo [tab]  | "foo"  |    "asdf"    | #<PACKAGE "ASDF">
;;                 |        |              |
;; as:fo    [tab]  |  "fo"  |     "as"     | NIL              
;;                 |        |              |
;; :        [tab]  |   ""   |      ""      | #<PACKAGE "KEYWORD">
;;                 |        |              |
;; :foo     [tab]  | "foo"  |      ""      | #<PACKAGE "KEYWORD">
;;
(defun parse-completion-arguments (string default-package-name)
  "Parse STRING as a symbol designator.
Return these values:
 SYMBOL-NAME
 PACKAGE-NAME, or nil if the designator does not include an explicit package.
 PACKAGE, generally the package to complete in. (However, if PACKAGE-NAME is 
          NIL, return the respective package of DEFAULT-PACKAGE-NAME instead; 
          if PACKAGE is non-NIL but a package cannot be found under that name,
          return NIL.)
 INTERNAL-P, if the symbol is qualified with `::'."
  (multiple-value-bind (name package-name internal-p)
      (tokenize-symbol string)
    (if package-name
	(let ((package (guess-package (if (equal package-name "")
					  "KEYWORD"
					  package-name))))
	  (values name package-name package internal-p))
	(let ((package (guess-package default-package-name)))
	  (values name package-name (or package *buffer-package*) internal-p))
	)))



(defun completion-output-case-converter (input &optional with-escaping-p)
  "Return a function to convert strings for the completion output.
INPUT is used to guess the preferred case."
  (ecase (readtable-case *readtable*)
    (:upcase (cond ((or with-escaping-p
                        (not (some #'lower-case-p input)))
                    #'identity)
                   (t #'string-downcase)))
    (:invert (lambda (output)
               (multiple-value-bind (lower upper) (determine-case output)
                 (cond ((and lower upper) output)
                       (lower (string-upcase output))
                       (upper (string-downcase output))
                       (t output)))))
    (:downcase (cond ((or with-escaping-p
                          (not (some #'upper-case-p input)))
                      #'identity)
                     (t #'string-upcase)))
    (:preserve #'identity)))

(defun completion-output-package-converter (input)
  "Return a function to convert strings for the completion output.
INPUT is used to guess the preferred case."
  (completion-output-case-converter input))

(defun completion-output-symbol-converter (input)
  "Return a function to convert strings for the completion output.
INPUT is used to guess the preferred case. Escape symbols when needed."
  (let ((case-converter (completion-output-case-converter input))
        (case-converter-with-escaping (completion-output-case-converter input t)))
    (lambda (str)
      (if (or (multiple-value-bind (lowercase uppercase)
                  (determine-case str)
                ;; In these readtable cases, symbols with letters from
                ;; the wrong case need escaping
                (case (readtable-case *readtable*)
                  (:upcase   lowercase)
                  (:downcase uppercase)
                  (t         nil)))
              (some (lambda (el)
                      (or (member el '(#\: #\Space #\Newline #\Tab))
                          (multiple-value-bind (macrofun nonterminating)
                              (get-macro-character el)
                            (and macrofun
                                 (not nonterminating)))))
                    str))
          (concatenate 'string "|" (funcall case-converter-with-escaping str) "|")
          (funcall case-converter str)))))


(defun determine-case (string)
  "Return two booleans LOWER and UPPER indicating whether STRING
contains lower or upper case characters."
  (values (some #'lower-case-p string)
          (some #'upper-case-p string)))


;;;;; Compound-prefix matching

(defun make-compound-prefix-matcher (delimeter &key (test #'char=))
  "Returns a matching function that takes a `prefix' and a
`target' string and which returns T if `prefix' is a
compound-prefix of `target', and otherwise NIL.

Viewing each of `prefix' and `target' as a series of substrings
delimited by DELIMETER, if each substring of `prefix' is a prefix
of the corresponding substring in `target' then we call `prefix'
a compound-prefix of `target'."
  (lambda (prefix target)
    (declare (type simple-string prefix target))
    (loop for ch across prefix
          with tpos = 0
          always (and (< tpos (length target))
                      (if (char= ch delimeter)
                          (setf tpos (position #\- target :start tpos))
                          (funcall test ch (aref target tpos))))
          do (incf tpos))))

(defun compound-prefix-match (prefix target)
  "Examples:
\(compound-prefix-match \"foo\" \"foobar\") => t
\(compound-prefix-match \"m--b\" \"multiple-value-bind\") => t
\(compound-prefix-match \"m-v-c\" \"multiple-value-bind\") => NIL
"
  (funcall (make-compound-prefix-matcher #\-) prefix target))


;;;;; Extending the input string by completion

(defun longest-compound-prefix (completions &optional (delimeter #\-))
  "Return the longest compound _prefix_ for all COMPLETIONS."
  (flet ((tokenizer (string) (tokenize-completion string delimeter)))
    (untokenize-completion
     (loop for token-list in (transpose-lists (mapcar #'tokenizer completions))
           if (notevery #'string= token-list (rest token-list))
             collect (longest-common-prefix token-list) ; Note that we possibly collect
             and do (loop-finish)                       ;  the "" here as well, so that
           else collect (first token-list)))))          ;  UNTOKENIZE-COMPLETION will
                                                        ;  append a hyphen for us.
(defun tokenize-completion (string delimeter)
  "Return all substrings of STRING delimited by DELIMETER."
  (loop with end
        for start = 0 then (1+ end)
        until (> start (length string))
        do (setq end (or (position delimeter string :start start) (length string)))
        collect (subseq string start end)))

(defun untokenize-completion (tokens)
  (format nil "~{~A~^-~}" tokens))

(defun transpose-lists (lists)
  "Turn a list-of-lists on its side.
If the rows are of unequal length, truncate uniformly to the shortest.

For example:
\(transpose-lists '((ONE TWO THREE) (1 2)))
  => ((ONE 1) (TWO 2))"
  (cond ((null lists) '())
        ((some #'null lists) '())
        (t (cons (mapcar #'car lists)
                 (transpose-lists (mapcar #'cdr lists))))))


;;;; Completion for character names

(defslimefun completions-for-character (prefix)
  (let* ((matcher (make-compound-prefix-matcher #\_ :test #'char-equal))
         (completion-set (character-completion-set prefix matcher))
         (completions (sort completion-set #'string<)))
    (list completions (longest-compound-prefix completions #\_))))

(provide :swank-c-p-c)