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  1. 5
      .gitignore
  2. 15
      elpa/dash-20170810.137/dash-autoloads.el
  3. 2
      elpa/dash-20170810.137/dash-pkg.el
  4. 2664
      elpa/dash-20170810.137/dash.el
  5. 44
      elpa/exec-path-from-shell-20170508.4/exec-path-from-shell-autoloads.el
  6. 2
      elpa/exec-path-from-shell-20170508.4/exec-path-from-shell-pkg.el
  7. 270
      elpa/exec-path-from-shell-20170508.4/exec-path-from-shell.el
  8. 77
      elpa/hydra-20170813.1058/hydra-autoloads.el
  9. 386
      elpa/hydra-20170813.1058/hydra-examples.el
  10. 127
      elpa/hydra-20170813.1058/hydra-ox.el
  11. 7
      elpa/hydra-20170813.1058/hydra-pkg.el
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      elpa/hydra-20170813.1058/hydra.el
  13. 117
      elpa/hydra-20170813.1058/lv.el
  14. 119
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/mc-cycle-cursors.el
  15. 110
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/mc-edit-lines.el
  16. 107
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode.el
  17. 709
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/mc-mark-more.el
  18. 22
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/mc-mark-pop.el
  19. 155
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/mc-separate-operations.el
  20. 341
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/multiple-cursors-autoloads.el
  21. 795
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/multiple-cursors-core.el
  22. 5
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/multiple-cursors-pkg.el
  23. 199
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/multiple-cursors.el
  24. 125
      elpa/multiple-cursors-20170813.38/rectangular-region-mode.el
  25. 77
      elpa/page-break-lines-20170517.235/page-break-lines-autoloads.el
  26. 2
      elpa/page-break-lines-20170517.235/page-break-lines-pkg.el
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!/elpa/diminish-20*
!/elpa/bind-key-20*
!/elpa/use-package-20*
!/elpa/dash-20*
!/elpa/hydra-20*
!/elpa/page-break-lines-20*
!/elpa/multiple-cursors-20*
!/elpa/exec-path-from-shell-20*
/emms/
/eshell/history
/eshell/lastdir

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;;; dash-autoloads.el --- automatically extracted autoloads
;;
;;; Code:
(add-to-list 'load-path (directory-file-name (or (file-name-directory #$) (car load-path))))
;;;### (autoloads nil nil ("dash.el") (22942 51308 152174 503000))
;;;***
;; Local Variables:
;; version-control: never
;; no-byte-compile: t
;; no-update-autoloads: t
;; End:
;;; dash-autoloads.el ends here

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;;; -*- no-byte-compile: t -*-
(define-package "dash" "20170810.137" "A modern list library for Emacs" 'nil :commit "0df0ff1a65d54377381e50c08d88b247db44c3dd" :keywords '("lists"))

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;;; exec-path-from-shell-autoloads.el --- automatically extracted autoloads
;;
;;; Code:
(add-to-list 'load-path (directory-file-name (or (file-name-directory #$) (car load-path))))
;;;### (autoloads nil "exec-path-from-shell" "exec-path-from-shell.el"
;;;;;; (22911 3932 648589 906000))
;;; Generated autoloads from exec-path-from-shell.el
(autoload 'exec-path-from-shell-copy-envs "exec-path-from-shell" "\
Set the environment variables with NAMES from the user's shell.
As a special case, if the variable is $PATH, then `exec-path' and
`eshell-path-env' are also set appropriately. The result is an alist,
as described by `exec-path-from-shell-getenvs'.
\(fn NAMES)" nil nil)
(autoload 'exec-path-from-shell-copy-env "exec-path-from-shell" "\
Set the environment variable $NAME from the user's shell.
As a special case, if the variable is $PATH, then `exec-path' and
`eshell-path-env' are also set appropriately. Return the value
of the environment variable.
\(fn NAME)" t nil)
(autoload 'exec-path-from-shell-initialize "exec-path-from-shell" "\
Initialize environment from the user's shell.
The values of all the environment variables named in
`exec-path-from-shell-variables' are set from the corresponding
values used in the user's shell.
\(fn)" t nil)
;;;***
;; Local Variables:
;; version-control: never
;; no-byte-compile: t
;; no-update-autoloads: t
;; End:
;;; exec-path-from-shell-autoloads.el ends here

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;;; -*- no-byte-compile: t -*-
(define-package "exec-path-from-shell" "20170508.4" "Get environment variables such as $PATH from the shell" 'nil :commit "5e355fbc50913d1ffe48bf86df0bcecd8b369ffb" :url "https://github.com/purcell/exec-path-from-shell" :keywords '("environment"))

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;;; exec-path-from-shell.el --- Get environment variables such as $PATH from the shell
;; Copyright (C) 2012-2014 Steve Purcell
;; Author: Steve Purcell <steve@sanityinc.com>
;; Keywords: environment
;; URL: https://github.com/purcell/exec-path-from-shell
;; Package-Version: 20170508.4
;; Package-X-Original-Version: 0
;; This file is not part of GNU Emacs.
;; This file is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; This file is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with this file. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;; On OS X (and perhaps elsewhere) the $PATH environment variable and
;; `exec-path' used by a windowed Emacs instance will usually be the
;; system-wide default path, rather than that seen in a terminal
;; window.
;; This library allows the user to set Emacs' `exec-path' and $PATH
;; from the shell path, so that `shell-command', `compile' and the
;; like work as expected.
;; It also allows other environment variables to be retrieved from the
;; shell, so that Emacs will see the same values you get in a terminal.
;; If you use a non-POSIX-standard shell like "tcsh" or "fish", your
;; shell will be asked to execute "sh" as a subshell in order to print
;; out the variables in a format which can be reliably parsed. "sh"
;; must be a POSIX-compliant shell in this case.
;; Note that shell variables which have not been exported as
;; environment variables (e.g. using the "export" keyword) may not be
;; visible to `exec-path-from-shell'.
;; Installation:
;; ELPA packages are available on Marmalade and MELPA. Alternatively,
;; place this file on a directory in your `load-path', and explicitly
;; require it.
;; Usage:
;;
;; (require 'exec-path-from-shell) ;; if not using the ELPA package
;; (exec-path-from-shell-initialize)
;;
;; Customize `exec-path-from-shell-variables' to modify the list of
;; variables imported.
;;
;; If you use your Emacs config on other platforms, you can instead
;; make initialization conditional as follows:
;;
;; (when (memq window-system '(mac ns))
;; (exec-path-from-shell-initialize))
;;
;; Alternatively, you can use `exec-path-from-shell-copy-envs' or
;; `exec-path-from-shell-copy-env' directly, e.g.
;;
;; (exec-path-from-shell-copy-env "PYTHONPATH")
;;; Code:
(defgroup exec-path-from-shell nil
"Make Emacs use shell-defined values for $PATH etc."
:prefix "exec-path-from-shell-"
:group 'environment)
(defcustom exec-path-from-shell-variables
'("PATH" "MANPATH")
"List of environment variables which are copied from the shell."
:type '(repeat (string :tag "Environment variable"))
:group 'exec-path-from-shell)
(defcustom exec-path-from-shell-check-startup-files t
"If non-nil, warn if variables are being set in the wrong shell startup files.
Environment variables should be set in .profile or .zshenv rather than
.bashrc or .zshrc."
:type 'boolean
:group 'exec-path-from-shell)
(defcustom exec-path-from-shell-shell-name nil
"If non-nil, use this shell executable.
Otherwise, use either `shell-file-name' (if set), or the value of
the SHELL environment variable."
:type '(choice
(file :tag "Shell executable")
(const :tag "Use `shell-file-name' or $SHELL" nil))
:group 'exec-path-from-shell)
(defvar exec-path-from-shell-debug nil
"Display debug info when non-nil.")
(defun exec-path-from-shell--double-quote (s)
"Double-quote S, escaping any double-quotes already contained in it."
(concat "\"" (replace-regexp-in-string "\"" "\\\\\"" s) "\""))
(defun exec-path-from-shell--shell ()
"Return the shell to use.
See documentation for `exec-path-from-shell-shell-name'."
(or
exec-path-from-shell-shell-name
shell-file-name
(getenv "SHELL")
(error "SHELL environment variable is unset")))
(defcustom exec-path-from-shell-arguments
(if (string-match-p "t?csh$" (exec-path-from-shell--shell))
(list "-d")
(list "-l" "-i"))
"Additional arguments to pass to the shell.
The default value denotes an interactive login shell."
:type '(repeat (string :tag "Shell argument"))
:group 'exec-path-from-shell)
(defun exec-path-from-shell--debug (msg &rest args)
"Print MSG and ARGS like `message', but only if debug output is enabled."
(when exec-path-from-shell-debug
(apply 'message msg args)))
(defun exec-path-from-shell--standard-shell-p (shell)
"Return non-nil iff the shell supports the standard ${VAR-default} syntax."
(not (string-match "\\(fish\\|t?csh\\)$" shell)))
(defun exec-path-from-shell-printf (str &optional args)
"Return the result of printing STR in the user's shell.
Executes the shell as interactive login shell.
STR is inserted literally in a single-quoted argument to printf,
and may therefore contain backslashed escape sequences understood
by printf.
ARGS is an optional list of args which will be inserted by printf
in place of any % placeholders in STR. ARGS are not automatically
shell-escaped, so they may contain $ etc."
(let* ((printf-bin (or (executable-find "printf") "printf"))
(printf-command
(concat printf-bin
" '__RESULT\\000" str "\\000__RESULT' "
(mapconcat #'exec-path-from-shell--double-quote args " ")))
(shell (exec-path-from-shell--shell))
(shell-args (append exec-path-from-shell-arguments
(list "-c"
(if (exec-path-from-shell--standard-shell-p shell)
printf-command
(concat "sh -c " (shell-quote-argument printf-command)))))))
(with-temp-buffer
(exec-path-from-shell--debug "Invoking shell %s with args %S" shell shell-args)
(let ((exit-code (apply #'call-process shell nil t nil shell-args)))
(exec-path-from-shell--debug "Shell printed: %S" (buffer-string))
(unless (zerop exit-code)
(error "Non-zero exit code from shell %s invoked with args %S. Output was:\n%S"
shell shell-args (buffer-string))))
(goto-char (point-min))
(if (re-search-forward "__RESULT\0\\(.*\\)\0__RESULT" nil t)
(match-string 1)
(error "Expected printf output from shell, but got: %S" (buffer-string))))))
(defun exec-path-from-shell-getenvs (names)
"Get the environment variables with NAMES from the user's shell.
Execute the shell according to `exec-path-from-shell-arguments'.
The result is a list of (NAME . VALUE) pairs."
(let* ((random-default (md5 (format "%s%s%s" (emacs-pid) (random) (current-time))))
(dollar-names (mapcar (lambda (n) (format "${%s-%s}" n random-default)) names))
(values (split-string (exec-path-from-shell-printf
(mapconcat #'identity (make-list (length names) "%s") "\\000")
dollar-names) "\0")))
(let (result)
(while names
(prog1
(let ((value (car values)))
(push (cons (car names)
(unless (string-equal random-default value)
value))
result))
(setq values (cdr values)
names (cdr names))))
result)))
(defun exec-path-from-shell-getenv (name)
"Get the environment variable NAME from the user's shell.
Execute the shell as interactive login shell, have it output the
variable of NAME and return this output as string."
(cdr (assoc name (exec-path-from-shell-getenvs (list name)))))
(defun exec-path-from-shell-setenv (name value)
"Set the value of environment var NAME to VALUE.
Additionally, if NAME is \"PATH\" then also set corresponding
variables such as `exec-path'."
(setenv name value)
(when (string-equal "PATH" name)
(setq eshell-path-env value
exec-path (append (parse-colon-path value) (list exec-directory)))))
;;;###autoload
(defun exec-path-from-shell-copy-envs (names)
"Set the environment variables with NAMES from the user's shell.
As a special case, if the variable is $PATH, then `exec-path' and
`eshell-path-env' are also set appropriately. The result is an alist,
as described by `exec-path-from-shell-getenvs'."
(let ((pairs (exec-path-from-shell-getenvs names)))
(when exec-path-from-shell-check-startup-files
(exec-path-from-shell--maybe-warn-about-startup-files pairs))
(mapc (lambda (pair)
(exec-path-from-shell-setenv (car pair) (cdr pair)))
pairs)))
(defun exec-path-from-shell--maybe-warn-about-startup-files (pairs)
"Warn the user if the value of PAIRS seems to depend on interactive shell startup files."
(let ((without-minus-i (remove "-i" exec-path-from-shell-arguments)))
;; If the user is using "-i", we warn them if it is necessary.
(unless (eq exec-path-from-shell-arguments without-minus-i)
(let* ((exec-path-from-shell-arguments without-minus-i)
(alt-pairs (exec-path-from-shell-getenvs (mapcar 'car pairs)))
different)
(dolist (pair pairs)
(unless (equal pair (assoc (car pair) alt-pairs))
(push (car pair) different)))
(when different
(message "You appear to be setting environment variables %S in your .bashrc or .zshrc: those files are only read by interactive shells, so you should instead set environment variables in startup files like .profile, .bash_profile or .zshenv. Refer to your shell's man page for more info. Customize `exec-path-from-shell-arguments' to remove \"-i\" when done, or disable `exec-path-from-shell-check-startup-files' to disable this message." different))))))
;;;###autoload
(defun exec-path-from-shell-copy-env (name)
"Set the environment variable $NAME from the user's shell.
As a special case, if the variable is $PATH, then `exec-path' and
`eshell-path-env' are also set appropriately. Return the value
of the environment variable."
(interactive "sCopy value of which environment variable from shell? ")
(cdar (exec-path-from-shell-copy-envs (list name))))
;;;###autoload
(defun exec-path-from-shell-initialize ()
"Initialize environment from the user's shell.
The values of all the environment variables named in
`exec-path-from-shell-variables' are set from the corresponding
values used in the user's shell."
(interactive)
(exec-path-from-shell-copy-envs exec-path-from-shell-variables))
(provide 'exec-path-from-shell)
;; Local Variables:
;; coding: utf-8
;; indent-tabs-mode: nil
;; mangle-whitespace: t
;; require-final-newline: t
;; checkdoc-minor-mode: t
;; End:
;;; exec-path-from-shell.el ends here

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;;; hydra-autoloads.el --- automatically extracted autoloads
;;
;;; Code:
(add-to-list 'load-path (directory-file-name (or (file-name-directory #$) (car load-path))))
;;;### (autoloads nil "hydra" "hydra.el" (22942 51276 155994 337000))
;;; Generated autoloads from hydra.el
(autoload 'defhydra "hydra" "\
Create a Hydra - a family of functions with prefix NAME.
NAME should be a symbol, it will be the prefix of all functions
defined here.
BODY has the format:
(BODY-MAP BODY-KEY &rest BODY-PLIST)
DOCSTRING will be displayed in the echo area to identify the
Hydra. When DOCSTRING starts with a newline, special Ruby-style
substitution will be performed by `hydra--format'.
Functions are created on basis of HEADS, each of which has the
format:
(KEY CMD &optional HINT &rest PLIST)
BODY-MAP is a keymap; `global-map' is used quite often. Each
function generated from HEADS will be bound in BODY-MAP to
BODY-KEY + KEY (both are strings passed to `kbd'), and will set
the transient map so that all following heads can be called
though KEY only. BODY-KEY can be an empty string.
CMD is a callable expression: either an interactive function
name, or an interactive lambda, or a single sexp (it will be
wrapped in an interactive lambda).
HINT is a short string that identifies its head. It will be
printed beside KEY in the echo erea if `hydra-is-helpful' is not
nil. If you don't even want the KEY to be printed, set HINT
explicitly to nil.
The heads inherit their PLIST from BODY-PLIST and are allowed to
override some keys. The keys recognized are :exit and :bind.
:exit can be:
- nil (default): this head will continue the Hydra state.
- t: this head will stop the Hydra state.
:bind can be:
- nil: this head will not be bound in BODY-MAP.
- a lambda taking KEY and CMD used to bind a head.
It is possible to omit both BODY-MAP and BODY-KEY if you don't
want to bind anything. In that case, typically you will bind the
generated NAME/body command. This command is also the return
result of `defhydra'.
\(fn NAME BODY &optional DOCSTRING &rest HEADS)" nil t)
(function-put 'defhydra 'lisp-indent-function 'defun)
(function-put 'defhydra 'doc-string-elt '3)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads nil nil ("hydra-examples.el" "hydra-ox.el" "hydra-pkg.el"
;;;;;; "lv.el") (22942 51276 167994 399000))
;;;***
;; Local Variables:
;; version-control: never
;; no-byte-compile: t
;; no-update-autoloads: t
;; End:
;;; hydra-autoloads.el ends here

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;;; hydra-examples.el --- Some applications for Hydra
;; Copyright (C) 2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Oleh Krehel
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
;; GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;;
;; These are the sample Hydras.
;;
;; If you want to use them plainly, set `hydra-examples-verbatim' to t
;; before requiring this file. But it's probably better to only look
;; at them and use them as templates for building your own.
;;; Code:
(require 'hydra)
;;* Examples
;;** Example 1: text scale
(when (bound-and-true-p hydra-examples-verbatim)
(defhydra hydra-zoom (global-map "<f2>")
"zoom"
("g" text-scale-increase "in")
("l" text-scale-decrease "out")))
;; This example generates three commands:
;;
;; `hydra-zoom/text-scale-increase'
;; `hydra-zoom/text-scale-decrease'
;; `hydra-zoom/body'
;;
;; In addition, two of them are bound like this:
;;
;; (global-set-key (kbd "<f2> g") 'hydra-zoom/text-scale-increase)
;; (global-set-key (kbd "<f2> l") 'hydra-zoom/text-scale-decrease)
;;
;; Note that you can substitute `global-map' with e.g. `emacs-lisp-mode-map' if you need.
;; The functions generated will be the same, except the binding code will change to:
;;
;; (define-key emacs-lisp-mode-map [f2 103]
;; (function hydra-zoom/text-scale-increase))
;; (define-key emacs-lisp-mode-map [f2 108]
;; (function hydra-zoom/text-scale-decrease))
;;** Example 2: move window splitter
(when (bound-and-true-p hydra-examples-verbatim)
(defhydra hydra-splitter (global-map "C-M-s")
"splitter"
("h" hydra-move-splitter-left)
("j" hydra-move-splitter-down)
("k" hydra-move-splitter-up)
("l" hydra-move-splitter-right)))
;;** Example 3: jump to error
(when (bound-and-true-p hydra-examples-verbatim)
(defhydra hydra-error (global-map "M-g")
"goto-error"
("h" first-error "first")
("j" next-error "next")
("k" previous-error "prev")
("v" recenter-top-bottom "recenter")
("q" nil "quit")))
;; This example introduces only one new thing: since the command
;; passed to the "q" head is nil, it will quit the Hydra without doing
;; anything. Heads that quit the Hydra instead of continuing are
;; referred to as having blue :color. All the other heads have red
;; :color, unless other is specified.
;;** Example 4: toggle rarely used modes
(when (bound-and-true-p hydra-examples-verbatim)
(defvar whitespace-mode nil)
(global-set-key
(kbd "C-c C-v")
(defhydra hydra-toggle-simple (:color blue)
"toggle"
("a" abbrev-mode "abbrev")
("d" toggle-debug-on-error "debug")
("f" auto-fill-mode "fill")
("t" toggle-truncate-lines "truncate")
("w" whitespace-mode "whitespace")
("q" nil "cancel"))))
;; Note that in this case, `defhydra' returns the `hydra-toggle-simple/body'
;; symbol, which is then passed to `global-set-key'.
;;
;; Another new thing is that both the keymap and the body prefix are
;; skipped. This means that `defhydra' will bind nothing - that's why
;; `global-set-key' is necessary.
;;
;; One more new thing is that you can assign a :color to the body. All
;; heads will inherit this color. The code above is very much equivalent to:
;;
;; (global-set-key (kbd "C-c C-v a") 'abbrev-mode)
;; (global-set-key (kbd "C-c C-v d") 'toggle-debug-on-error)
;;
;; The differences are:
;;
;; * You get a hint immediately after "C-c C-v"
;; * You can cancel and call a command immediately, e.g. "C-c C-v C-n"
;; is equivalent to "C-n" with Hydra approach, while it will error
;; that "C-c C-v C-n" isn't bound with the usual approach.
;;** Example 5: mini-vi
(defun hydra-vi/pre ()
(set-cursor-color "#e52b50"))
(defun hydra-vi/post ()
(set-cursor-color "#ffffff"))
(when (bound-and-true-p hydra-examples-verbatim)
(global-set-key
(kbd "C-z")
(defhydra hydra-vi (:pre hydra-vi/pre :post hydra-vi/post :color amaranth)
"vi"
("l" forward-char)
("h" backward-char)
("j" next-line)
("k" previous-line)
("m" set-mark-command "mark")
("a" move-beginning-of-line "beg")
("e" move-end-of-line "end")
("d" delete-region "del" :color blue)
("y" kill-ring-save "yank" :color blue)
("q" nil "quit")))
(hydra-set-property 'hydra-vi :verbosity 1))
;; This example introduces :color amaranth. It's similar to red,
;; except while you can quit red with any binding which isn't a Hydra
;; head, you can quit amaranth only with a blue head. So you can quit
;; this mode only with "d", "y", "q" or "C-g".
;;
;; Another novelty are the :pre and :post handlers. :pre will be
;; called before each command, while :post will be called when the
;; Hydra quits. In this case, they're used to override the cursor
;; color while Hydra is active.
;;** Example 6: selective global bind
(when (bound-and-true-p hydra-examples-verbatim)
(defhydra hydra-next-error (global-map "C-x")
"next-error"
("`" next-error "next")
("j" next-error "next" :bind nil)
("k" previous-error "previous" :bind nil)))
;; This example will bind "C-x `" in `global-map', but it will not
;; bind "C-x j" and "C-x k".
;; You can still "C-x `jjk" though.
;;** Example 7: toggle with Ruby-style docstring
(defvar whitespace-mode nil)
(defhydra hydra-toggle (:color pink)
"
_a_ abbrev-mode: %`abbrev-mode
_d_ debug-on-error: %`debug-on-error
_f_ auto-fill-mode: %`auto-fill-function
_t_ truncate-lines: %`truncate-lines
_w_ whitespace-mode: %`whitespace-mode
"
("a" abbrev-mode nil)
("d" toggle-debug-on-error nil)
("f" auto-fill-mode nil)
("t" toggle-truncate-lines nil)
("w" whitespace-mode nil)
("q" nil "quit"))
;; Recommended binding:
;; (global-set-key (kbd "C-c C-v") 'hydra-toggle/body)
;; Here, using e.g. "_a_" translates to "a" with proper face.
;; More interestingly:
;;
;; "foobar %`abbrev-mode" means roughly (format "foobar %S" abbrev-mode)
;;
;; This means that you actually see the state of the mode that you're changing.
;;** Example 8: the whole menu for `Buffer-menu-mode'
(defhydra hydra-buffer-menu (:color pink
:hint nil)
"
^Mark^ ^Unmark^ ^Actions^ ^Search
^^^^^^^^----------------------------------------------------------------- (__)
_m_: mark _u_: unmark _x_: execute _R_: re-isearch (oo)
_s_: save _U_: unmark up _b_: bury _I_: isearch /------\\/
_d_: delete ^ ^ _g_: refresh _O_: multi-occur / | ||
_D_: delete up ^ ^ _T_: files only: % -28`Buffer-menu-files-only^^ * /\\---/\\
_~_: modified ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ~~ ~~
"
("m" Buffer-menu-mark)
("u" Buffer-menu-unmark)
("U" Buffer-menu-backup-unmark)
("d" Buffer-menu-delete)
("D" Buffer-menu-delete-backwards)
("s" Buffer-menu-save)
("~" Buffer-menu-not-modified)
("x" Buffer-menu-execute)
("b" Buffer-menu-bury)
("g" revert-buffer)
("T" Buffer-menu-toggle-files-only)
("O" Buffer-menu-multi-occur :color blue)
("I" Buffer-menu-isearch-buffers :color blue)
("R" Buffer-menu-isearch-buffers-regexp :color blue)
("c" nil "cancel")
("v" Buffer-menu-select "select" :color blue)
("o" Buffer-menu-other-window "other-window" :color blue)
("q" quit-window "quit" :color blue))
;; Recommended binding:
;; (define-key Buffer-menu-mode-map "." 'hydra-buffer-menu/body)
;;** Example 9: s-expressions in the docstring
;; You can inline s-expresssions into the docstring like this:
(defvar dired-mode-map)
(declare-function dired-mark "dired")
(when (bound-and-true-p hydra-examples-verbatim)
(require 'dired)
(defhydra hydra-marked-items (dired-mode-map "")
"
Number of marked items: %(length (dired-get-marked-files))
"
("m" dired-mark "mark")))
;; This results in the following dynamic docstring:
;;
;; (format "Number of marked items: %S\n"
;; (length (dired-get-marked-files)))
;;
;; You can use `format'-style width specs, e.g. % 10(length nil).
;;** Example 10: apropos family
(defhydra hydra-apropos (:color blue
:hint nil)
"
_a_propos _c_ommand
_d_ocumentation _l_ibrary
_v_ariable _u_ser-option
^ ^ valu_e_"
("a" apropos)
("d" apropos-documentation)
("v" apropos-variable)
("c" apropos-command)
("l" apropos-library)
("u" apropos-user-option)
("e" apropos-value))
;; Recommended binding:
;; (global-set-key (kbd "C-c h") 'hydra-apropos/body)
;;** Example 11: rectangle-mark-mode
(require 'rect)
(defhydra hydra-rectangle (:body-pre (rectangle-mark-mode 1)
:color pink
:post (deactivate-mark))
"
^_k_^ _d_elete _s_tring
_h_ _l_ _o_k _y_ank
^_j_^ _n_ew-copy _r_eset
^^^^ _e_xchange _u_ndo
^^^^ ^ ^ _p_aste
"
("h" rectangle-backward-char nil)
("l" rectangle-forward-char nil)
("k" rectangle-previous-line nil)
("j" rectangle-next-line nil)
("e" hydra-ex-point-mark nil)
("n" copy-rectangle-as-kill nil)
("d" delete-rectangle nil)
("r" (if (region-active-p)
(deactivate-mark)
(rectangle-mark-mode 1)) nil)
("y" yank-rectangle nil)
("u" undo nil)
("s" string-rectangle nil)
("p" kill-rectangle nil)
("o" nil nil))
;; Recommended binding:
;; (global-set-key (kbd "C-x SPC") 'hydra-rectangle/body)
;;** Example 12: org-agenda-view
(defun org-agenda-cts ()
(and (eq major-mode 'org-agenda-mode)
(let ((args (get-text-property
(min (1- (point-max)) (point))
'org-last-args)))
(nth 2 args))))
(defhydra hydra-org-agenda-view (:hint none)
"
_d_: ?d? day _g_: time grid=?g? _a_: arch-trees
_w_: ?w? week _[_: inactive _A_: arch-files
_t_: ?t? fortnight _f_: follow=?f? _r_: clock report=?r?
_m_: ?m? month _e_: entry text=?e? _D_: include diary=?D?
_y_: ?y? year _q_: quit _L__l__c_: log = ?l?"
("SPC" org-agenda-reset-view)
("d" org-agenda-day-view (if (eq 'day (org-agenda-cts)) "[x]" "[ ]"))
("w" org-agenda-week-view (if (eq 'week (org-agenda-cts)) "[x]" "[ ]"))
("t" org-agenda-fortnight-view (if (eq 'fortnight (org-agenda-cts)) "[x]" "[ ]"))
("m" org-agenda-month-view (if (eq 'month (org-agenda-cts)) "[x]" "[ ]"))
("y" org-agenda-year-view (if (eq 'year (org-agenda-cts)) "[x]" "[ ]"))
("l" org-agenda-log-mode (format "% -3S" org-agenda-show-log))
("L" (org-agenda-log-mode '(4)))
("c" (org-agenda-log-mode 'clockcheck))
("f" org-agenda-follow-mode (format "% -3S" org-agenda-follow-mode))
("a" org-agenda-archives-mode)
("A" (org-agenda-archives-mode 'files))
("r" org-agenda-clockreport-mode (format "% -3S" org-agenda-clockreport-mode))
("e" org-agenda-entry-text-mode (format "% -3S" org-agenda-entry-text-mode))
("g" org-agenda-toggle-time-grid (format "% -3S" org-agenda-use-time-grid))
("D" org-agenda-toggle-diary (format "% -3S" org-agenda-include-diary))
("!" org-agenda-toggle-deadlines)
("[" (let ((org-agenda-include-inactive-timestamps t))
(org-agenda-check-type t 'timeline 'agenda)
(org-agenda-redo)
(message "Display now includes inactive timestamps as well")))
("q" (message "Abort") :exit t)
("v" nil))
;; Recommended binding:
;; (define-key org-agenda-mode-map "v" 'hydra-org-agenda-view/body)
;;* Helpers
(require 'windmove)
(defun hydra-move-splitter-left (arg)
"Move window splitter left."
(interactive "p")
(if (let ((windmove-wrap-around))
(windmove-find-other-window 'right))
(shrink-window-horizontally arg)
(enlarge-window-horizontally arg)))
(defun hydra-move-splitter-right (arg)
"Move window splitter right."
(interactive "p")
(if (let ((windmove-wrap-around))
(windmove-find-other-window 'right))
(enlarge-window-horizontally arg)
(shrink-window-horizontally arg)))
(defun hydra-move-splitter-up (arg)
"Move window splitter up."
(interactive "p")
(if (let ((windmove-wrap-around))
(windmove-find-other-window 'up))
(enlarge-window arg)
(shrink-window arg)))
(defun hydra-move-splitter-down (arg)
"Move window splitter down."
(interactive "p")
(if (let ((windmove-wrap-around))
(windmove-find-other-window 'up))
(shrink-window arg)
(enlarge-window arg)))
(defvar rectangle-mark-mode)
(defun hydra-ex-point-mark ()
"Exchange point and mark."
(interactive)
(if rectangle-mark-mode
(rectangle-exchange-point-and-mark)
(let ((mk (mark)))
(rectangle-mark-mode 1)
(goto-char mk))))
(provide 'hydra-examples)
;; Local Variables:
;; no-byte-compile: t
;; End:
;;; hydra-examples.el ends here

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;;; hydra-ox.el --- Org mode export widget implemented in Hydra
;; Copyright (C) 2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Oleh Krehel
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
;; GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;;
;; This shows how a complex dispatch menu can be built with Hydra.
;;; Code:
(require 'hydra)
(require 'org)
(declare-function org-html-export-as-html 'ox-html)
(declare-function org-html-export-to-html 'ox-html)
(declare-function org-latex-export-as-latex 'ox-latex)
(declare-function org-latex-export-to-latex 'ox-latex)
(declare-function org-latex-export-to-pdf 'ox-latex)
(declare-function org-ascii-export-as-ascii 'ox-ascii)
(declare-function org-ascii-export-to-ascii 'ox-ascii)
(defhydradio hydra-ox ()
(body-only "Export only the body.")
(export-scope "Export scope." [buffer subtree])
(async-export "When non-nil, export async.")
(visible-only "When non-nil, export visible only")
(force-publishing "Toggle force publishing"))
(defhydra hydra-ox-html (:color blue)
"ox-html"
("H" (org-html-export-as-html
hydra-ox/async-export
(eq hydra-ox/export-scope 'subtree)
hydra-ox/visible-only
hydra-ox/body-only)
"As HTML buffer")
("h" (org-html-export-to-html
hydra-ox/async-export
(eq hydra-ox/export-scope 'subtree)
hydra-ox/visible-only
hydra-ox/body-only) "As HTML file")
("o" (org-open-file
(org-html-export-to-html
hydra-ox/async-export
(eq hydra-ox/export-scope 'subtree)
hydra-ox/visible-only
hydra-ox/body-only)) "As HTML file and open")
("b" hydra-ox/body "back")
("q" nil "quit"))
(defhydra hydra-ox-latex (:color blue)
"ox-latex"
("L" org-latex-export-as-latex "As LaTeX buffer")
("l" org-latex-export-to-latex "As LaTeX file")
("p" org-latex-export-to-pdf "As PDF file")
("o" (org-open-file (org-latex-export-to-pdf)) "As PDF file and open")
("b" hydra-ox/body "back")
("q" nil "quit"))
(defhydra hydra-ox-text (:color blue)
"ox-text"
("A" (org-ascii-export-as-ascii
nil nil nil nil
'(:ascii-charset ascii))
"As ASCII buffer")
("a" (org-ascii-export-to-ascii
nil nil nil nil
'(:ascii-charset ascii))
"As ASCII file")
("L" (org-ascii-export-as-ascii
nil nil nil nil
'(:ascii-charset latin1))
"As Latin1 buffer")
("l" (org-ascii-export-to-ascii
nil nil nil nil
'(:ascii-charset latin1))
"As Latin1 file")
("U" (org-ascii-export-as-ascii
nil nil nil nil
'(:ascii-charset utf-8))
"As UTF-8 buffer")
("u" (org-ascii-export-to-ascii
nil nil nil nil
'(:ascii-charset utf-8))
"As UTF-8 file")
("b" hydra-ox/body "back")
("q" nil "quit"))
(defhydra hydra-ox ()
"
_C-b_ Body only: % -15`hydra-ox/body-only^^^ _C-v_ Visible only: %`hydra-ox/visible-only
_C-s_ Export scope: % -15`hydra-ox/export-scope _C-f_ Force publishing: %`hydra-ox/force-publishing
_C-a_ Async export: %`hydra-ox/async-export
"
("C-b" (hydra-ox/body-only) nil)
("C-v" (hydra-ox/visible-only) nil)
("C-s" (hydra-ox/export-scope) nil)
("C-f" (hydra-ox/force-publishing) nil)
("C-a" (hydra-ox/async-export) nil)
("h" hydra-ox-html/body "Export to HTML" :exit t)
("l" hydra-ox-latex/body "Export to LaTeX" :exit t)
("t" hydra-ox-text/body "Export to Plain Text" :exit t)
("q" nil "quit"))
(define-key org-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-,") 'hydra-ox/body)
(provide 'hydra-ox)
;;; hydra-ox.el ends here

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(define-package "hydra" "20170813.1058" "Make bindings that stick around."
'((cl-lib "0.5"))
:url "https://github.com/abo-abo/hydra" :keywords
'("bindings"))
;; Local Variables:
;; no-byte-compile: t
;; End:

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;;; lv.el --- Other echo area
;; Copyright (C) 2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Oleh Krehel
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
;; GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;;
;; This package provides `lv-message' intended to be used in place of
;; `message' when semi-permanent hints are needed, in order to not
;; interfere with Echo Area.
;;
;; "Я тихо-тихо пiдглядаю,
;; І тiшуся собi, як бачу то,
;; Шо страшить i не пiдпускає,
;; А iншi п’ють тебе, як воду пiсок."
;; -- Андрій Кузьменко, L.V.
;;; Code:
(defgroup lv nil
"The other echo area."
:group 'minibuffer
:group 'hydra)
(defcustom lv-use-separator nil
"Whether to draw a line between the LV window and the Echo Area."
:group 'lv
:type 'boolean)
(defface lv-separator
'((((class color) (background light)) :background "grey80")
(((class color) (background dark)) :background "grey30"))
"Face used to draw line between the lv window and the echo area.
This is only used if option `lv-use-separator' is non-nil.
Only the background color is significant."
:group 'lv)
(defvar lv-wnd nil
"Holds the current LV window.")
(defun lv-window ()
"Ensure that LV window is live and return it."
(if (window-live-p lv-wnd)
lv-wnd
(let ((ori (selected-window))
buf)
(prog1 (setq lv-wnd
(select-window
(let ((ignore-window-parameters t))
(split-window
(frame-root-window) -1 'below))))
(if (setq buf (get-buffer " *LV*"))
(switch-to-buffer buf)
(switch-to-buffer " *LV*")
(set-window-hscroll lv-wnd 0)
(setq window-size-fixed t)
(setq mode-line-format nil)
(setq cursor-type nil)
(set-window-dedicated-p lv-wnd t)
(set-window-parameter lv-wnd 'no-other-window t))
(select-window ori)))))
(defvar golden-ratio-mode)
(defvar lv-force-update nil
"When non-nil, `lv-message' will refresh even for the same string.")
(defun lv-message (format-string &rest args)
"Set LV window contents to (`format' FORMAT-STRING ARGS)."
(let* ((str (apply #'format format-string args))
(n-lines (cl-count ?\n str))
deactivate-mark
golden-ratio-mode)
(with-selected-window (lv-window)
(unless (and (string= (buffer-string) str)
(null lv-force-update))
(delete-region (point-min) (point-max))
(insert str)
(when (and (window-system) lv-use-separator)
(unless (looking-back "\n" nil)
(insert "\n"))
(insert
(propertize "__" 'face 'lv-separator 'display '(space :height (1)))
(propertize "\n" 'face 'lv-separator 'line-height t)))
(set (make-local-variable 'window-min-height) n-lines)
(setq truncate-lines (> n-lines 1))
(let ((window-resize-pixelwise t)
(window-size-fixed nil))
(fit-window-to-buffer nil nil 1)))
(goto-char (point-min)))))
(defun lv-delete-window ()
"Delete LV window and kill its buffer."
(when (window-live-p lv-wnd)
(let ((buf (window-buffer lv-wnd)))
(delete-window lv-wnd)
(kill-buffer buf))))
(provide 'lv)
;;; lv.el ends here

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;;; mc-cycle-cursors.el
;; Copyright (C) 2012-2016 Magnar Sveen
;; Author: Magnar Sveen <magnars@gmail.com>
;; Keywords: editing cursors
;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;; This scrolls the buffer to center each cursor in turn.
;; Scroll down with C-v, scroll up with M-v
;; This is nice when you have cursors that's outside of your view.
;;; Code:
(require 'multiple-cursors-core)
(defun mc/next-fake-cursor-after-point ()
(let ((pos (point))
(next-pos (1+ (point-max)))
next)
(mc/for-each-fake-cursor
(let ((cursor-pos (overlay-get cursor 'point)))
(when (and (< pos cursor-pos)
(< cursor-pos next-pos))
(setq next-pos cursor-pos)
(setq next cursor))))
next))
(defun mc/prev-fake-cursor-before-point ()
(let ((pos (point))
(prev-pos (1- (point-min)))
prev)
(mc/for-each-fake-cursor
(let ((cursor-pos (overlay-get cursor 'point)))
(when (and (> pos cursor-pos)
(> cursor-pos prev-pos))
(setq prev-pos cursor-pos)
(setq prev cursor))))
prev))
(defcustom mc/cycle-looping-behaviour 'continue
"What to do if asked to cycle beyond the last cursor or before the first cursor."
:type '(radio (const :tag "Loop around to beginning/end of document." continue)
(const :tag "Warn and then loop around." warn)
(const :tag "Signal an error." error)
(const :tag "Don't loop." stop))
:group 'multiple-cursors)
(defun mc/handle-loop-condition (error-message)
(cl-ecase mc/cycle-looping-behaviour
(error (error error-message))
(warn (message error-message))
(continue 'continue)
(stop 'stop)))
(defun mc/first-fake-cursor-after (point)
"Very similar to mc/furthest-cursor-before-point, but ignores (mark) and (point)."
(let* ((cursors (mc/all-fake-cursors))
(cursors-after-point (cl-remove-if (lambda (cursor)
(< (mc/cursor-beg cursor) point))
cursors))
(cursors-in-order (cl-sort cursors-after-point '< :key 'mc/cursor-beg)))
(car cursors-in-order)))
(defun mc/last-fake-cursor-before (point)
"Very similar to mc/furthest-cursor-before-point, but ignores (mark) and (point)."
(let* ((cursors (mc/all-fake-cursors))
(cursors-before-point (cl-remove-if (lambda (cursor)
(> (mc/cursor-end cursor) point))
cursors))
(cursors-in-order (cl-sort cursors-before-point '> :key 'mc/cursor-end)))
(car cursors-in-order)))
(cl-defun mc/cycle (next-cursor fallback-cursor loop-message)
(when (null next-cursor)
(when (eql 'stop (mc/handle-loop-condition loop-message))
(return-from mc/cycle nil))
(setf next-cursor fallback-cursor))
(mc/create-fake-cursor-at-point)
(mc/pop-state-from-overlay next-cursor)
(recenter))
(defun mc/cycle-forward ()
(interactive)
(mc/cycle (mc/next-fake-cursor-after-point)
(mc/first-fake-cursor-after (point-min))
"We're already at the last cursor."))
(defun mc/cycle-backward ()
(interactive)
(mc/cycle (mc/prev-fake-cursor-before-point)
(mc/last-fake-cursor-before (point-max))
"We're already at the last cursor"))
(define-key mc/keymap (kbd "C-v") 'mc/cycle-forward)
(define-key mc/keymap (kbd "M-v") 'mc/cycle-backward)
(provide 'mc-cycle-cursors)
;; Local Variables:
;; coding: utf-8
;; End:
;;; mc-cycle-cursors.el ends here

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;;; mc-edit-lines.el
;; Copyright (C) 2012-2016 Magnar Sveen
;; Author: Magnar Sveen <magnars@gmail.com>
;; Keywords: editing cursors
;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;; This file contains functions to add multiple cursors to consecutive lines
;; given an active region.
;; Please see multiple-cursors.el for more commentary.
;;; Code:
(require 'multiple-cursors-core)
(defcustom mc/edit-lines-empty-lines nil
"What should be done by `mc/edit-lines' when a line is not long enough."
:type '(radio (const :tag "Pad the line with spaces." pad)
(const :tag "Ignore the line." ignore)
(const :tag "Signal an error." error)
(const :tag "Nothing. Cursor is at end of line." nil))
:group 'multiple-cursors)
;;;###autoload
(defun mc/edit-lines (&optional arg)
"Add one cursor to each line of the active region.
Starts from mark and moves in straight down or up towards the
line point is on.
What is done with lines which are not long enough is governed by
`mc/edit-lines-empty-lines'. The prefix argument ARG can be used
to override this. If ARG is a symbol (when called from Lisp),
that symbol is used instead of `mc/edit-lines-empty-lines'.
Otherwise, if ARG negative, short lines will be ignored. Any
other non-nil value will cause short lines to be padded."
(interactive "P")
(when (not (and mark-active (/= (point) (mark))))
(error "Mark a set of lines first"))
(mc/remove-fake-cursors)
(let* ((col (current-column))
(point-line (line-number-at-pos))
(mark-line (progn (exchange-point-and-mark) (line-number-at-pos)))
(direction (if (< point-line mark-line) :up :down))
(style (cond
;; called from lisp
((and arg (symbolp arg))
arg)
;; negative argument
((< (prefix-numeric-value arg) 0)
'ignore)
(arg 'pad)
(t mc/edit-lines-empty-lines))))
(deactivate-mark)
(when (and (eq direction :up) (bolp))
(previous-logical-line 1 nil)
(move-to-column col))
;; Add the cursors
(while (not (eq (line-number-at-pos) point-line))
;; Pad the line
(when (eq style 'pad)
(while (< (current-column) col)
(insert " ")))
;; Error
(when (and (eq style 'error)
(not (equal col (current-column))))
(error "Short line encountered in `mc/edit-lines'"))
;; create the cursor
(unless (and (eq style 'ignore)
(not (equal col (current-column))))
(mc/create-fake-cursor-at-point))
;; proceed to next
(if (eq direction :up)
(previous-logical-line 1 nil)
(next-logical-line 1 nil))
(move-to-column col))
(multiple-cursors-mode)))
;;;###autoload
(defun mc/edit-ends-of-lines ()
"Add one cursor to the end of each line in the active region."
(interactive)
(mc/edit-lines)
(mc/execute-command-for-all-cursors 'end-of-line))
;;;###autoload
(defun mc/edit-beginnings-of-lines ()
"Add one cursor to the beginning of each line in the active region."
(interactive)
(mc/edit-lines)
(mc/execute-command-for-all-cursors 'beginning-of-line))
(provide 'mc-edit-lines)
;;; mc-edit-lines.el ends here

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;;; mc-hide-unmatched-lines.el
;; Copyright (C) 2014 Aleksey Fedotov
;; Author: Aleksey Fedotov <lexa@cfotr.com>
;; Keywords: editing cursors
;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;; This minor mode when enabled hides all lines where no cursors (and
;; also hum/lines-to-expand below and above) To make use of this mode
;; press "C-'" while multiple-cursor-mode is active. You can still
;; edit lines while you are in mc-hide-unmatched-lines mode. To leave
;; this mode press "<return>" or "C-g"
;;
;;; Code:
(require 'multiple-cursors-core)
(require 'mc-mark-more)
(defvar hum/hide-unmatched-lines-mode-map (make-sparse-keymap)
"Keymap for hide unmatched lines is mainly for rebinding C-g")
(define-key hum/hide-unmatched-lines-mode-map (kbd "C-g") 'hum/keyboard-quit)
(define-key hum/hide-unmatched-lines-mode-map (kbd "<return>") 'hum/keyboard-quit)
(defun hum/keyboard-quit ()
"Leave hide-unmatched-lines mode"
(interactive)
(mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode 0))
;; used only in in multiple-cursors-mode-disabled-hook
(defun hum/disable-hum-mode ()
(mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode 0))
;;;###autoload
(define-minor-mode mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode
"Minor mode when enabled hides all lines where no cursors (and
also hum/lines-to-expand below and above) To make use of this
mode press \"C-'\" while multiple-cursor-mode is active. You can
still edit lines while you are in mc-hide-unmatched-lines
mode. To leave this mode press <return> or \"C-g\""
nil " hu"
hum/hide-unmatched-lines-mode-map
(if mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode
;;just in case if mc mode will be disabled while hide-unmatched-lines is active
(progn
(hum/hide-unmatched-lines)
(add-hook 'multiple-cursors-mode-disabled-hook 'hum/disable-hum-mode t t))
(progn
(hum/unhide-unmatched-lines)
(remove-hook 'multiple-cursors-mode-disabled-hook 'hum/disable-hum-mode))))
(defconst hum/invisible-overlay-name 'hum/invisible-overlay-name)
(defcustom hum/lines-to-expand 2
"How many lines below and above cursor to show"
:type '(integer)
:group 'multiple-cursors)
(defcustom hum/placeholder "..."
"Placeholder which will be placed insted of hiden text"
:type '(string)
:group 'multiple-cursors)
(defun hum/add-invisible-overlay (begin end)
(let ((overlay (make-overlay begin
end
(current-buffer)
t
nil
)))
(overlay-put overlay hum/invisible-overlay-name t)
(overlay-put overlay 'invisible t)
(overlay-put overlay 'intangible t)
(overlay-put overlay 'evaporate t)
(overlay-put overlay 'after-string hum/placeholder)))
(defun hum/hide-unmatched-lines ()
(let ((begin (point-min)))
(mc/for-each-cursor-ordered
(save-excursion
(goto-char (mc/cursor-beg cursor))
(if (< begin (line-beginning-position (- hum/lines-to-expand)))
(hum/add-invisible-overlay begin (line-end-position (- hum/lines-to-expand))))
(setq begin (line-beginning-position (+ 2 hum/lines-to-expand)))))
(hum/add-invisible-overlay begin (point-max))))
(defun hum/unhide-unmatched-lines ()
(remove-overlays nil nil hum/invisible-overlay-name t))
(provide 'mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode)
(define-key mc/keymap (kbd "C-'") 'mc-hide-unmatched-lines-mode)

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