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RE: Help improving an elisp function


From: Doug Lewan
Subject: RE: Help improving an elisp function
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 15:57:27 +0000

> On
> Behalf Of Glen Stark
> Sent: Thursday, 2015 April 02 10:55
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: Help improving an elisp function
> 
> 
> But it's pretty awful.  What I'd really like to do is have one function
> that looks up the buffer-name in question, and inserts the include
> statement, without jumping there.


It sounds like (with-current-buffer) is what you want to use
to avoid jumping to the other buffer.

> 
> Also, I had originally had the line (seq gas-cpp-include-path (buffer-
> file-name)) in the find-what-provides function, but that wound up
> giving
> me the path to the buffer I was starting in, not the one that ggtags-
> find-
> definition took me to.  Can someone let me know what's going on there?
> Is the buffer only being updated after the function exits?

You might want to look at (file-name-directory).
Use it in (find-what-provides) to build the path you want,
then use the new (find-what-provides) in M-x insert-missing-include.

> 
> Many thanks.  Here's the code:
> 
> 
> (require ggtags)
> 
> (setq gas-cpp-include-path)
> (defun find-what-provides ()
>   (interactive)
>   (ggtags-find-definition (thing-at-point `symbol))
>   )
> 
> (defun insert-missing-include ()
>   (interactive)
>   (setq gas-cpp-include-path (buffer-file-name))
>   (kill-buffer)
>   (beginning-of-buffer)
>   (while (re-search-forward "#include \".*\"" nil t))
>   (insert (concat "\n#include \""
>                                 (file-name-nondirectory gas-cpp-include-
> path)
>                                 "\"\n"))
>   )
> 
> (global-set-key (kbd "<f9>") 'find-what-provides)
> (global-set-key (kbd "<f10>") 'insert-missing-include)

-- 
,Doug
Douglas Lewan
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