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Make Climacs use Drei. There are known problems (apart from the docs now being outdated): * Some syntaxes have not been updated. * Group functionality has been disabled. * It's a large change and Climacs has no test suite. Bugs probably still remain. But it should work nicely most of the time. Otherwise, you'll get a full refund.
Removed the Basic syntax and the `cache' slot in the `climacs-pane' class. Fundamental syntax is now the default. This also required moving some things around, but there has not been any functionality changes.
Major motion and editing functions and commands refactoring (see the thread "paredit.lisp, regularization of motion commands, and more" on climacs-devel for full details). Breakage not found during testing, but still expected.
Changed mark-visibility to region visibility. Turn it on and off with Visible Region, for now.
Changes for running climacs in Allegro Common Lisp with Classic CLIM (tm). This includes a bunch of modern mode-related changes to symbol names and creating symbols and reordering of syntax rules definitions due to different compile-time behavior of defclass. The CLIM changes are suprisingly small
Moved various things from gui.lisp into developer-commands.lisp, file-commands.lisp, misc-commands.lisp (rather large...), search-commands.lisp, unicode-commands.lisp and window-commands.lisp. Also tried to get the .asd right. Additionally, removed "lisp" as a file-type for the Common Lisp syntax.
Factored out cursor display from syntaxes to a display-cursor method on basic-syntax. Also added a display-mark method, a mark-visible-p slot on climacs-pane, and a command com-toggle-visible-mark to turn display of the mark on and off - useful for developing marking commands.
OK, no-one complained too much, so I'm going ahead with the syntax file-type changes discussed in <firstname.lastname@example.org>: DEFINE-SYNTAX's syntax is changed incompatibly.
Improvements to CL syntax in the form of a patch from Andreas Fuchs.
fixed some bugs in balanced comment, fun-expr, vect-expr.line-comment not working as it should be
Corrected most syntactic rules
2nd vers cl-synt
first version cl-syntax.lisp
Line-oriented persistent buffer (binseq2). Warning: Need to fix minor bugs (related to number-of-lines-in-region, I believe). base.lisp: Added faster methods on previous-line, next-line, buffer-number-of-lines-in-region. pane.lisp, cl-syntax.lisp, html-syntax.lisp, text-syntax.lisp: Replaced some calls to make-instance to calls to clone-mark and (setf offset), in order to avoid passing climacs-buffer to marks. This also made possible to get rid of delegating methods on syntax. climacs.asd: Added Persistent/binseq2. packages.lisp: Added binseq2-related symbols. Persistent/binseq.lisp, Persistent/obinseq.lisp: Cleanup. Persistent/persistent-buffer.lisp: Added code for binseq2-buffer and related marks. Also some minor fixes.
Whitespace is no longer considered a syntax element, and is skipped over instead. This makes the incremental lexer even faster.
Improved performance some more by considering line comments to be single entries.
Decreased consing by a third, and improved performance at the same time, by having a single mark and a size instead of two marks in a stack entry.
Changed the contract of clone mark so that the optional argument is either :left or :right forcing the return value to be a left-sticky-mark and a right-sticky-mark respectively. Altered the two calls (in test code) that actually used the optional argument to pass the right thing. Modified the implementation of clone-mark to use constant symbols for the class to instantiate, and made two methods so that the type of the argument will be known statically. Still needed an explicit test for the optional argument, but that is still much faster than using a variable class to make-instance.
Beginning of a Common Lisp syntax that will be extended during the spring by our group of students. For now, it contains an incremental lexer that maintains the entire buffer as a flexichain of `elements', i.e., syntactic elements that are going to be meaningful to the incremental parser.
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