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;;; gforth.el --- major mode for editing (G)Forth sources

;; Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,2000,2001,2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

;; This file is part of Gforth.

;; GForth is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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;; Author: Goran Rydqvist <>
;; Maintainer: David Kühling <>
;; Created: 16 July 88 by Goran Rydqvist
;; Keywords: forth, gforth

;; Changes by anton
;; This is a variant of forth.el that came with TILE.
;; I left most of this stuff untouched and made just a few changes for 
;; the things I use (mainly indentation and syntax tables).
;; So there is still a lot of work to do to adapt this to gforth.

;; Changes by David
;; Added a syntax-hilighting engine, rewrote auto-indentation engine.
;; Added support for block files.
;; Replaced forth-process code with comint-based implementation.

;; Tested with Emacs 19.34, 20.5, 21 and XEmacs 21
;; A Forth indentation, documentation search and interaction library
;; Written by Goran Rydqvist,, Summer 1988
;; Started:	16 July 88
;; Version:	2.10
;; Last update:	5 December 1989 by Mikael Patel,
;; Last update:	25 June 1990 by Goran Rydqvist,
;; Documentation: See forth-mode (^HF forth-mode)

;;; Code:

;(setq debug-on-error t)

;; Code ripped from `version.el' for compatability with Emacs versions
;; prior to 19.23.
(if (not (boundp 'emacs-major-version))
    (defconst emacs-major-version
      (progn (string-match "^[0-9]+" emacs-version)
	     (string-to-int (match-string 0 emacs-version)))))

(defun forth-emacs-older (major minor)
  (or (< emacs-major-version major)
      (and (= emacs-major-version major) (< emacs-minor-version minor))))

;; Code ripped from `subr.el' for compatability with Emacs versions
;; prior to 20.1
  (if (forth-emacs-older 20 1)
	(defmacro when (cond &rest body)
	  "If COND yields non-nil, do BODY, else return nil."
	  (list 'if cond (cons 'progn body)))
	(defmacro unless (cond &rest body)
	  "If COND yields nil, do BODY, else return nil."
	  (cons 'if (cons cond (cons nil body)))))))

;; `no-error' argument of require not supported in Emacs versions
;; prior to 20.4 :-(
(defun forth-require (feature)
  (condition-case err (require feature) (error nil)))

(require 'font-lock)

;; define `font-lock-warning-face' in emacs-versions prior to 20.1
;; (ripped from `font-lock.el')
(unless (boundp 'font-lock-warning-face)
  (message "defining font-lock-warning-face")
  (make-face 'font-lock-warning-face)
  (defvar font-lock-warning-face 'font-lock-warning-face)
  (set-face-foreground font-lock-warning-face "red")
  (make-face-bold font-lock-warning-face))

;; define `font-lock-constant-face' in XEmacs (just copy
;; `font-lock-preprocessor-face')
(unless (boundp 'font-lock-constant-face)
  (copy-face font-lock-preprocessor-face 'font-lock-constant-face))

;; define `regexp-opt' in emacs versions prior to 20.1 
;; (this implementation is extremely inefficient, though)
(eval-and-compile (forth-require 'regexp-opt))
(unless (memq 'regexp-opt features)
  (message (concat 
	    "Warning: your Emacs version doesn't support `regexp-opt'. "
            "Hilighting will be slow."))
  (defun regexp-opt (STRINGS &optional PAREN)
    (let ((open (if PAREN "\\(" "")) (close (if PAREN "\\)" "")))
      (concat open (mapconcat 'regexp-quote STRINGS "\\|") close)))
  (defun regexp-opt-depth (re)
    (if (string= (substring re 0 2) "\\(") 1 0)))

; todo:

; Wörter ordentlich hilighten, die nicht auf Whitespace beginnen ( ..)IF
; -- mit aktueller Konzeption nicht möglich??
; Konfiguration über customization groups
; Bereich nur auf Wortanfang/ende ausweiten, wenn Anfang bzw Ende in einem 
; Wort liegen (?) -- speed!
; 'forth-word' property muss eindeutig sein!
; Forth-Menu 
; Interface zu GForth Prozessen (Patches von Michael Scholz)
; Byte-compile-Code rausschmeißen, Compilieren im Makefile über Emacs
; batch-Modus
; forth-help Kram rausschmeißen
; XEmacs Kompatibilität? imenu/speedbar -> fume?
; Folding neuschreiben (neue Parser-Informationen benutzen)

;;; Motion-hooking (dk)
(defun forth-idle-function ()
  "Function that is called when Emacs is idle to detect cursor motion
in forth-block-mode buffers (which is mainly used for screen number
display in).  Currently ignores forth-mode buffers but that may change
in the future."
  (if (eq major-mode 'forth-block-mode)

(defvar forth-idle-function-timer nil 
  "Timer that runs `forth-idle-function' or nil if no timer installed.")

(defun forth-install-motion-hook ()
  "Install the motion-hooking mechanism.  Currently uses idle timers
but might be transparently changed in the future."
  (unless forth-idle-function-timer
    ;; install idle function only once (first time forth-mode is used)
    (setq forth-idle-function-timer 
	  (run-with-idle-timer .05 t 'forth-idle-function))))

(defvar forth-was-point nil)

(defun forth-check-motion ()
  "Run `forth-motion-hooks', if `point' changed since last call.  This
used to be called via `post-command-hook' but uses idle timers now as
users complaint about lagging performance."
  (when (or (eq forth-was-point nil) (/= forth-was-point (point)))
    (setq forth-was-point (point))
    (run-hooks 'forth-motion-hooks)))

;;; Hilighting and indentation engine (dk)
(defvar forth-disable-parser nil
  "*Non-nil means to disable on-the-fly parsing of Forth-code.

This will disable hilighting of forth-mode buffers and will decrease
the smartness of the indentation engine. Only set it to non-nil, if
your computer is very slow. To disable hilighting, set
`forth-hilight-level' to zero.")

(defvar forth-jit-parser nil
  "*Non-nil means to parse Forth-code just-in-time.

This eliminates the need for initially parsing forth-mode buffers and
thus speeds up loading of Forth files. That feature is only available
in Emacs21 (and newer versions).")

(defvar forth-words nil 
  "List of words for hilighting and recognition of parsed text areas. 

Hilighting of object-oriented Forth code is achieved, by appending either
`forth-objects-words' or `forth-oof-words' to the list, depending on the values of `forth-use-objects' or `forth-use-oof'.

After `forth-words' changed, `forth-compile-words' must be called to
make the changes take effect.

Each item of `forth-words' has the form 

MATCHER is either a list of strings to match, or a REGEXP.
   If it's a REGEXP, it should not be surrounded by '\\<' or '\\>', since 
   that'll be done automatically by the search routines.

TYPE should be one of 'definiton-starter', 'definition-ender', 'compile-only',
   'immediate' or 'non-immediate'. Those information are required to determine
   whether a word actually parses (and whether that parsed text needs to be

HILIGHT is a cons cell of the form (FACE . MINIMUM-LEVEL)
   Where MINIMUM-LEVEL specifies the minimum value of `forth-hilight-level',
   that's required for matching text to be hilighted.

PARSED-TEXT specifies whether and how a word parses following text. You can
   specify as many subsequent PARSED-TEXT as you wish, but that shouldn't be
   necessary very often. It has the following form:

DELIM-REGEXP is a regular expression that should match strings of length 1,
   which are delimiters for the parsed text.

A non-nil value for PARSE-LEADING-FLAG means, that leading delimiter strings
   before parsed text should be skipped. This is the parsing behaviour of the
   Forth word WORD. Set it to t for name-parsing words, nil for comments and

PARSED-TYPE specifies what kind of text is parsed. It should be on of 'name',
   'string' or 'comment'.")
(setq forth-words
	(("[") definition-ender (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
	(("]" "]l") definition-starter (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
	((":") definition-starter (font-lock-keyword-face . 1)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
	(("immediate" "compile-only" "restrict")
	 immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
	(("does>") compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
	((":noname") definition-starter (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
	((";" ";code") definition-ender (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
	(("include" "require" "needs" "use") 
	 non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 1) 
	 "[\n\t ]" t string (font-lock-string-face . 1))
	(("included" "required" "thru" "load")
	 non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
	(("[char]") compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 1)
	 "[ \t\n]" t string (font-lock-string-face . 1))
	(("char") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 1)
	 "[ \t\n]" t string (font-lock-string-face . 1))
	(("s\"" "c\"") immediate (font-lock-string-face . 1)
	 "[\"\n]" nil string (font-lock-string-face . 1))
	((".\"") compile-only (font-lock-string-face . 1)
	 "[\"\n]" nil string (font-lock-string-face . 1))
	(("abort\"") compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 1)
	 "[\"\n]" nil string (font-lock-string-face . 1))
	(("{") compile-only (font-lock-variable-name-face . 1)
	 "[\n}]" nil name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 1))
	((".(" "(") immediate (font-lock-comment-face . 1)
	  ")" nil comment (font-lock-comment-face . 1))
	(("\\" "\\G") immediate (font-lock-comment-face . 1)
	 "[\n]" nil comment (font-lock-comment-face . 1))
	(("[if]" "[?do]" "[do]" "[for]" "[begin]" 
	  "[endif]" "[then]" "[loop]" "[+loop]" "[next]" "[until]" "[repeat]"
	  "[again]" "[while]" "[else]")
	 immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2))
	(("[ifdef]" "[ifundef]") immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
	(("if" "begin" "ahead" "do" "?do" "+do" "u+do" "-do" "u-do" "for" 
	  "case" "of" "?dup-if" "?dup-0=-if" "then" "endif" "until"
	  "repeat" "again" "leave" "?leave"
	  "loop" "+loop" "-loop" "next" "endcase" "endof" "else" "while" "try"
	  "recover" "endtry" "assert(" "assert0(" "assert1(" "assert2(" 
	  "assert3(" ")" "<interpretation" "<compilation" "interpretation>" 
	 compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 2))

	(("true" "false" "c/l" "bl" "cell" "pi" "w/o" "r/o" "r/w") 
	 non-immediate (font-lock-constant-face . 2))
	(("~~" "break:" "dbg") compile-only (font-lock-warning-face . 2))
	(("break\"") compile-only (font-lock-warning-face . 1)
	 "[\"\n]" nil string (font-lock-string-face . 1))
	(("postpone" "[is]" "defers" "[']" "[compile]") 
	 compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
	(("is" "what's") immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
	(("<is>" "'" "see") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
	(("[to]") compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))
	(("to") immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))
	(("<to>") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))

	(("create" "variable" "constant" "2variable" "2constant" "fvariable"
	  "fconstant" "value" "field" "user" "vocabulary" 
	 non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))
	("\\S-+%" non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 2))
	(("defer" "alias" "create-interpret/compile:") 
	 non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 1)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
	(("end-struct") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
	 "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-type-face . 3))
	(("struct") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2))
	 immediate (font-lock-constant-face . 3))

(defvar forth-use-objects nil 
  "*Non-nil makes forth-mode also hilight words from the \"Objects\" package.")
(defvar forth-objects-words
  '(((":m") definition-starter (font-lock-keyword-face . 1)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("m:") definition-starter (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
    ((";m") definition-ender (font-lock-keyword-face . 1))
    (("[current]" "[parent]") compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 1)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("current" "overrides") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("[to-inst]") compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))
    (("[bind]") compile-only (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-type-face . 3)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("bind") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-type-face . 3)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("inst-var" "inst-value") non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))
    (("method" "selector")
     non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 1)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("end-class" "end-interface")
     non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-type-face . 3))
    (("public" "protected" "class" "exitm" "implementation" "interface"
      "methods" "end-methods" "this") 
     non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2))
    (("object") non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 2)))
  "Hilighting description for words of the \"Objects\" package")

(defvar forth-use-oof nil 
  "*Non-nil makes forth-mode also hilight words from the \"OOF\" package.")
(defvar forth-oof-words 
  '((("class") non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-type-face . 3))
    (("var") non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))
    (("method" "early") non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("::" "super" "bind" "bound" "link") 
     immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-function-name-face . 3))
    (("ptr" "asptr" "[]") 
     immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2)
     "[ \t\n]" t name (font-lock-variable-name-face . 3))
    (("class;" "how:" "self" "new" "new[]" "definitions" "class?" "with"
     non-immediate (font-lock-keyword-face . 2))
    (("object") non-immediate (font-lock-type-face . 2)))
  "Hilighting description for words of the \"OOF\" package")

(defvar forth-local-words nil 
  "List of Forth words to prepend to `forth-words'. Should be set by a 
 forth source, using a local variables list at the end of the file 
 (\"Local Variables: ... forth-local-words: ... End:\" construct).") 

(defvar forth-custom-words nil
  "List of Forth words to prepend to `forth-words'. Should be set in your

(defvar forth-hilight-level 3 "*Level of hilighting of Forth code.")

(defvar forth-compiled-words nil "Compiled representation of `forth-words'.")

(defvar forth-indent-words nil 
  "List of words that have indentation behaviour.
Each element of `forth-indent-words' should have the form
MATCHER is either a list of strings to match, or a REGEXP.
   If it's a REGEXP, it should not be surrounded by `\\<` or `\\>`, since 
   that'll be done automatically by the search routines.

TYPE might be omitted. If it's specified, the only allowed value is 
   currently the symbol `non-immediate', meaning that the word will not 
   have any effect on indentation inside definitions. (:NONAME is a good 
   example for this kind of word).

INDENT1 specifies how to indent a word that's located at the beginning
   of a line, following any number of whitespaces.

INDENT2 specifies how to indent words that are not located at the
   beginning of a line.

INDENT1 and INDENT2 are indentation specifications of the form
   (SELF-INDENT . NEXT-INDENT), where SELF-INDENT is a numerical value, 
   specifying how the matching line and all following lines are to be 
   indented, relative to previous lines. NEXT-INDENT specifies how to indent 
   following lines, relative to the matching line.
   Even values of SELF-INDENT and NEXT-INDENT correspond to multiples of
   `forth-indent-level'. Odd values get an additional 
   `forth-minor-indent-level' added/substracted. Eg a value of -2 indents
   1 * forth-indent-level  to the left, wheras 3 indents 
   1 * forth-indent-level + forth-minor-indent-level  columns to the right.")

(setq forth-indent-words
      '((("if" "begin" "do" "?do" "+do" "-do" "u+do"
	  "u-do" "?dup-if" "?dup-0=-if" "case" "of" "try" 
	  "[if]" "[ifdef]" "[ifundef]" "[begin]" "[for]" "[do]" "[?do]")
	 (0 . 2) (0 . 2))
	((":" ":noname" "code" "struct" "m:" ":m" "class" "interface")
	 (0 . 2) (0 . 2) non-immediate)
	("\\S-+%$" (0 . 2) (0 . 0) non-immediate)
	((";" ";m") (-2 . 0) (0 . -2))
	(("again" "then" "endif" "endtry" "endcase" "endof" 
	  "[then]" "[endif]" "[loop]" "[+loop]" "[next]" 
	  "[until]" "[again]" "loop")
	 (-2 . 0) (0 . -2))
	(("end-code" "end-class" "end-interface" "end-class-noname" 
	  "end-interface-noname" "end-struct" "class;")
	 (-2 . 0) (0 . -2) non-immediate)
	(("protected" "public" "how:") (-1 . 1) (0 . 0) non-immediate)
	(("+loop" "-loop" "until") (-2 . 0) (-2 . 0))
	(("else" "recover" "[else]") (-2 . 2) (0 . 0))
	(("does>") (-1 . 1) (0 . 0))
	(("while" "[while]") (-2 . 4) (0 . 2))
	(("repeat" "[repeat]") (-4 . 0) (0 . -4))
	(("\\g") (-2 . 2) (0 . 0))))

(defvar forth-local-indent-words nil 
  "List of Forth words to prepend to `forth-indent-words', when a forth-mode
buffer is created. Should be set by a Forth source, using a local variables 
list at the end of the file (\"Local Variables: ... forth-local-words: ... 
End:\" construct).")

(defvar forth-custom-indent-words nil
  "List of Forth words to prepend to `forth-indent-words'. Should be set in
 your .emacs.")

(defvar forth-indent-level 4
  "*Indentation of Forth statements.")
(defvar forth-minor-indent-level 2
  "*Minor indentation of Forth statements.")
(defvar forth-compiled-indent-words nil)

;(setq debug-on-error t)

;; Filter list by predicate. This is a somewhat standard function for 
;; functional programming languages. So why isn't it already implemented 
;; in Lisp??
(defun forth-filter (predicate list)
  (let ((filtered nil))
    (mapcar (lambda (item)
	      (when (funcall predicate item)
		(if filtered
		    (nconc filtered (list item))
		  (setq filtered (cons item nil))))
	      nil) list)

;; Helper function for `forth-compile-word': return whether word has to be
;; added to the compiled word list, for syntactic parsing and hilighting.
(defun forth-words-filter (word)
  (let* ((hilight (nth 2 word))
	 (level (cdr hilight))
	 (parsing-flag (nth 3 word)))
    (or parsing-flag 
	(<= level forth-hilight-level))))

;; Helper function for `forth-compile-word': translate one entry from 
;; `forth-words' into the form  (regexp regexp-depth word-description)
(defun forth-compile-words-mapper (word)
  ;; warning: we cannot rely on regexp-opt's PAREN argument, since
  ;; XEmacs will use shy parens by default :-(
  (let* ((matcher (car word))
	  (concat "\\(" (cond ((stringp matcher) matcher)
			      ((listp matcher) (regexp-opt matcher))
			      (t (error "Invalid matcher `%s'")))
	 (depth (regexp-opt-depth regexp))
	 (description (cdr word)))
    (list regexp depth description)))

;; Read `words' and create a compiled representation suitable for efficient
;; parsing of the form  
;; (regexp (subexp-count word-description) (subexp-count2 word-description2)
;;  ...)
(defun forth-compile-wordlist (words)
  (let* ((mapped (mapcar 'forth-compile-words-mapper words))
	 (regexp (concat "\\<\\(" 
			 (mapconcat 'car mapped "\\|")
	 (sub-count 2)
	 (sub-list (mapcar 
		    (lambda (i) 
		      (let ((sub (cons sub-count (nth 2 i))))
			(setq sub-count (+ sub-count (nth 1 i)))
    (let ((result (cons regexp sub-list)))
      (byte-compile 'result)

(defun forth-compile-words ()
  "Compile the the words from `forth-words' and `forth-indent-words' into
 the format that's later used for doing the actual hilighting/indentation.
 Store the resulting compiled wordlists in `forth-compiled-words' and 
`forth-compiled-indent-words', respective"
  (setq forth-compiled-words 
	 (forth-filter 'forth-words-filter forth-words)))
  (setq forth-compiled-indent-words 
	(forth-compile-wordlist forth-indent-words)))

(defun forth-hack-local-variables ()
  "Parse and bind local variables, set in the contents of the current 
 forth-mode buffer. Prepend `forth-local-words' to `forth-words' and 
 `forth-local-indent-words' to `forth-indent-words'."
  (setq forth-words (append forth-local-words forth-words))
  (setq forth-indent-words (append forth-local-indent-words 

(defun forth-customize-words ()
  "Add the words from `forth-custom-words' and `forth-custom-indent-words'
 to `forth-words' and `forth-indent-words', respective. Add 
 `forth-objects-words' and/or `forth-oof-words' to `forth-words', if
 `forth-use-objects' and/or `forth-use-oof', respective is set."
  (setq forth-words (append forth-custom-words forth-words
			    (if forth-use-oof forth-oof-words nil)
			    (if forth-use-objects forth-objects-words nil)))
  (setq forth-indent-words (append 
			    forth-custom-indent-words forth-indent-words)))

;; get location of first character of previous forth word that's got 
;; properties
(defun forth-previous-start (pos)
  (let* ((word (get-text-property pos 'forth-word))
	 (prev (previous-single-property-change 
		(min (point-max) (1+ pos)) 'forth-word 
		(current-buffer) (point-min))))
    (if (or (= (point-min) prev) word) prev
      (if (get-text-property (1- prev) 'forth-word)
	   prev 'forth-word (current-buffer) (point-min))

;; Get location of the last character of the current/next forth word that's
;; got properties, text that's parsed by the word is considered as parts of 
;; the word.
(defun forth-next-end (pos)
  (let* ((word (get-text-property pos 'forth-word))
	 (next (next-single-property-change pos 'forth-word 
					    (current-buffer) (point-max))))
    (if word next
      (if (get-text-property next 'forth-word)
	   next 'forth-word (current-buffer) (point-max))

(defun forth-next-whitespace (pos)
    (goto-char pos)
    (skip-syntax-forward "-" (point-max))
(defun forth-previous-word (pos)
    (goto-char pos)
    (re-search-backward "\\<" pos (point-min) 1)

;; Delete all properties, used by Forth mode, from `from' to `to'.
(defun forth-delete-properties (from to)
   from to '(face nil fontified nil 
		  forth-parsed nil forth-word nil forth-state nil)))

;; Get the index of the branch of the most recently evaluated regular 
;; expression that matched. (used for identifying branches "a\\|b\\|c...")
(defun forth-get-regexp-branch ()
  (let ((count 2))
    (while (not (condition-case err (match-beginning count)
		  (args-out-of-range t)))  ; XEmacs requires error handling
      (setq count (1+ count)))

;; seek to next forth-word and return its "word-description"
(defun forth-next-known-forth-word (to)
  (if (<= (point) to)
	(let* ((regexp (car forth-compiled-words))
	       (pos (re-search-forward regexp to t)))
	  (if pos (let ((branch (forth-get-regexp-branch))
			(descr (cdr forth-compiled-words)))
		    (goto-char (match-beginning 0))
		    (cdr (assoc branch descr)))

;; Set properties of forth word at `point', eventually parsing subsequent 
;; words, and parsing all whitespaces. Set point to delimiter after word.
;; The word, including it's parsed text gets the `forth-word' property, whose 
;; value is unique, and may be used for getting the word's start/end 
;; positions.
(defun forth-set-word-properties (state data)
  (let* ((start (point))
	 (end (progn (re-search-forward "[ \t]\\|$" (point-max) 1)
	 (type (car data))
	 (hilight (nth 1 data))
	 (bad-word (and (not state) (eq type 'compile-only)))
	 (hlface (if bad-word font-lock-warning-face
		   (if (<= (cdr hilight) forth-hilight-level)
		       (car hilight) nil))))
    (when hlface (put-text-property start end 'face hlface))
    ;; if word parses in current state, process parsed range of text
    (when (or (not state) (eq type 'compile-only) (eq type 'immediate))
      (let ((parse-data (nthcdr 2 data)))
	(while parse-data
	  (let ((delim (nth 0 parse-data))
		(skip-leading (nth 1 parse-data))
		(parse-type (nth 2 parse-data))
		(parsed-hilight (nth 3 parse-data))
		(parse-start (point))
	    (when skip-leading
	      (while (and (looking-at delim) (> (match-end 0) (point))
			  (not (looking-at "\n")))
	    (re-search-forward delim (point-max) 1)
	    (setq parse-end (point))
	    (forth-delete-properties end parse-end)
	    (when (<= (cdr parsed-hilight) forth-hilight-level)
	       parse-start parse-end 'face (car parsed-hilight)))
	     parse-start parse-end 'forth-parsed parse-type)
	    (setq end parse-end)
	    (setq parse-data (nthcdr 4 parse-data))))))
    (put-text-property start end 'forth-word start)))

;; Search for known Forth words in the range `from' to `to', using 
;; `forth-next-known-forth-word' and set their properties via 
;; `forth-set-word-properties'.
(defun forth-update-properties (from to &optional loudly)
    (let ((msg-count 0) (state) (word-descr) (last-location))
      (goto-char (forth-previous-word (forth-previous-start 
				       (max (point-min) (1- from)))))
      (setq to (forth-next-end (min (point-max) (1+ to))))
      ;; `to' must be on a space delimiter, if a parsing word was changed
      (setq to (forth-next-whitespace to))
      (setq state (get-text-property (point) 'forth-state))
      (setq last-location (point))
      (forth-delete-properties (point) to)
      (put-text-property (point) to 'fontified t)
      ;; hilight loop...
      (while (setq word-descr (forth-next-known-forth-word to))
	(when loudly
	  (when (equal 0 (% msg-count 100))
	    (message "Parsing Forth code...%s"
		     (make-string (/ msg-count 100) ?.)))
	  (setq msg-count (1+ msg-count)))
	(forth-set-word-properties state word-descr)
	(when state (put-text-property last-location (point) 'forth-state t))
	(let ((type (car word-descr)))
	  (if (eq type 'definition-starter) (setq state t))
	  (if (eq type 'definition-ender) (setq state nil))
	  (setq last-location (point))))
      ;; update state property up to `to'
      (if (and state (< (point) to))
	  (put-text-property last-location to 'forth-state t))
      ;; extend search if following state properties differ from current state
      (if (< to (point-max))
	  (if (not (equal state (get-text-property (1+ to) 'forth-state)))
	      (let ((extend-to (next-single-property-change 
				to 'forth-state (current-buffer) (point-max))))
		(forth-update-properties to extend-to))

;; save-buffer-state borrowed from `font-lock.el'
  (defmacro forth-save-buffer-state (varlist &rest body)
    "Bind variables according to VARLIST and eval BODY restoring buffer state."
    (` (let* ((,@ (append varlist
		   '((modified (buffer-modified-p)) (buffer-undo-list t)
		     (inhibit-read-only t) (inhibit-point-motion-hooks t)
		     before-change-functions after-change-functions
		     deactivate-mark buffer-file-name buffer-file-truename))))
	 (,@ body)
	 (when (and (not modified) (buffer-modified-p))
	   (set-buffer-modified-p nil))))))

;; Function that is added to the `change-functions' hook. Calls 
;; `forth-update-properties' and keeps care of disabling undo information
;; and stuff like that.
(defun forth-change-function (from to len &optional loudly)
     (unless forth-disable-parser (forth-update-properties from to loudly))

(defun forth-fontification-function (from)
  "Function to be called from `fontification-functions' of Emacs 21."
     ((to (min (point-max) (+ from 100))))
     (unless (or forth-disable-parser (not forth-jit-parser)
		 (get-text-property from 'fontified))
       (forth-update-properties from to)))))

  (byte-compile 'forth-set-word-properties)
  (byte-compile 'forth-next-known-forth-word)
  (byte-compile 'forth-update-properties)
  (byte-compile 'forth-delete-properties)
  (byte-compile 'forth-get-regexp-branch)) 

;;; imenu support
(defvar forth-defining-words 
   "USER" "VALUE" "field" "end-struct" "VOCABULARY" "CREATE" ":" "CODE"
  "List of words, that define the following word.
Used for imenu index generation.")

(defvar forth-defining-words-regexp nil 
  "Regexp that's generated for matching `forth-defining-words'")
(defun forth-next-definition-starter ()
    (let* ((pos (re-search-forward forth-defining-words-regexp (point-max) t)))
      (if pos
	  (if (or (text-property-not-all (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0) 
					 'forth-parsed nil)
		  (text-property-not-all (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0)
					 'forth-state nil)) 

(defun forth-create-index ()
  (let* ((forth-defining-words-regexp 
	  (concat "\\<\\(" (regexp-opt forth-defining-words) "\\)\\>"))
	 (index nil))
    (goto-char (point-min))
    (while (forth-next-definition-starter)
      (if (looking-at "[ \t]*\\([^ \t\n]+\\)")
	  (setq index (cons (cons (match-string 1) (point)) index))))

;; top-level require is executed at byte-compile and load time
(eval-and-compile (forth-require 'speedbar))

;; this code is executed at load-time only
(when (memq 'speedbar features)
  (speedbar-add-supported-extension ".fs")
  (speedbar-add-supported-extension ".fb"))

;; (require 'profile)
;; (setq profile-functions-list '(forth-set-word-properties forth-next-known-forth-word forth-update-properties forth-delete-properties forth-get-regexp-branch))

;;; Indentation

;; Return, whether `pos' is the first forth word on its line
(defun forth-first-word-on-line-p (pos)
    (skip-chars-forward " \t")
    (= pos (point))))

;; Return indentation data (SELF-INDENT . NEXT-INDENT) of next known 
;; indentation word, or nil if there is no word up to `to'. 
;; Position `point' at location just after found word, or at `to'. Parsed 
;; ranges of text will not be taken into consideration!
(defun forth-next-known-indent-word (to)
  (if (<= (point) to)
	(let* ((regexp (car forth-compiled-indent-words))
	       (pos (re-search-forward regexp to t)))
	  (if pos
	      (let* ((start (match-beginning 0))
		     (end (match-end 0))
		     (branch (forth-get-regexp-branch))
		     (descr (cdr forth-compiled-indent-words))
		     (indent (cdr (assoc branch descr)))
		     (type (nth 2 indent)))
		;; skip words that are parsed (strings/comments) and 
		;; non-immediate words inside definitions
		(if (or (text-property-not-all start end 'forth-parsed nil)
			(and (eq type 'non-immediate) 
			     (text-property-not-all start end 
						    'forth-state nil)))
		    (forth-next-known-indent-word to)
		  (if (forth-first-word-on-line-p (match-beginning 0))
		      (nth 0 indent) (nth 1 indent))))
;; Translate indentation value `indent' to indentation column. Multiples of
;; 2 correspond to multiples of `forth-indent-level'. Odd numbers get an
;; additional `forth-minor-indent-level' added (or substracted).
(defun forth-convert-to-column (indent)
  (let* ((sign (if (< indent 0) -1 1))
	 (value (abs indent))
	 (major (* (/ value 2) forth-indent-level))
	 (minor (* (% value 2) forth-minor-indent-level)))
    (* sign (+ major minor))))

;; Return the column increment, that the current line of forth code does to
;; the current or following lines. `which' specifies which indentation values
;; to use. 0 means the indentation of following lines relative to current 
;; line, 1 means the indentation of the current line relative to the previous 
;; line. Return `nil', if there are no indentation words on the current line.
(defun forth-get-column-incr (which)
    (let ((regexp (car forth-compiled-indent-words))
	  (self-indent nil)
	  (next-indent nil)
	  (to (save-excursion (end-of-line) (point))))
      (while (setq word-indent (forth-next-known-indent-word to))
	(let* ((self-incr (car word-indent))
	       (next-incr (cdr word-indent))
	       (self-column-incr (forth-convert-to-column self-incr))
	       (next-column-incr (forth-convert-to-column next-incr)))
	  (setq next-indent (if next-indent next-indent 0))
	  (setq self-indent (if self-indent self-indent 0))
	  (if (or (and (> next-indent 0) (< self-column-incr 0))
		  (and (< next-indent 0) (> self-column-incr 0)))
	      (setq next-indent (+ next-indent self-column-incr))
	    (setq self-indent (+ self-indent self-column-incr)))
	  (setq next-indent (+ next-indent next-column-incr))))
      (nth which (list self-indent next-indent)))))

;; Find previous line that contains indentation words, return the column,
;; to which following text should be indented to.
(defun forth-get-anchor-column ()
    (if (/= 0 (forward-line -1)) 0
      (let ((indent))
	(while (not (or (setq indent (forth-get-column-incr 1))
			(<= (point) (point-min))))
	  (forward-line -1))
	(+ (current-indentation) (if indent indent 0))))))

(defun forth-indent-line (&optional flag)
  "Correct indentation of the current Forth line."
  (let* ((anchor (forth-get-anchor-column))
	 (column-incr (forth-get-column-incr 0)))
    (forth-indent-to (if column-incr (+ anchor column-incr) anchor))))

(defun forth-current-column ()
  (- (point) (save-excursion (beginning-of-line) (point))))
(defun forth-current-indentation ()
  (- (save-excursion (beginning-of-line) (forward-to-indentation 0) (point))
     (save-excursion (beginning-of-line) (point))))

(defun forth-indent-to (x)
  (let ((p nil))
    (setq p (- (forth-current-column) (forth-current-indentation)))
    (indent-to x)
    (if (> p 0) (forward-char p))))

(defun forth-delete-indentation ()
     (progn (beginning-of-line) (point)) 
     (progn (back-to-indentation) (point)))))

(defun forth-indent-command ()
  (forth-indent-line t))

;; remove trailing whitespaces in current line
(defun forth-remove-trailing ()
    (delete-region (point) (progn (skip-chars-backward " \t") (point)))))

;; insert newline, removing any trailing whitespaces in the current line
(defun forth-newline-remove-trailing ()
    (delete-region (point) (progn (skip-chars-backward " \t") (point))))
;  (let ((was-point (point-marker)))
;    (unwind-protect 
;	(progn (forward-line -1) (forth-remove-trailing))
;      (goto-char (was-point)))))

;; workaround for bug in `reindent-then-newline-and-indent'
(defun forth-reindent-then-newline-and-indent ()
  (interactive "*")

;;; Block file encoding/decoding  (dk)

(defconst forth-c/l 64 "Number of characters per block line")
(defconst forth-l/b 16 "Number of lines per block")

;; Check whether the unconverted block file line, point is in, does not
;; contain `\n' and `\t' characters.
(defun forth-check-block-line (line)
  (let ((end (save-excursion (beginning-of-line) (forward-char forth-c/l)
      (when (search-forward "\n" end t)
	(message "Warning: line %i contains newline character #10" line)
	(ding t))
      (when (search-forward "\t" end t)
	(message "Warning: line %i contains tab character #8" line)
	(ding t)))))

(defun forth-convert-from-block (from to)
  "Convert block file format to stream source in current buffer."
  (let ((line (count-lines (point-min) from)))
      (goto-char from)
      (set-mark to)
      (while (< (+ (point) forth-c/l) (mark t))
	(setq line (1+ line))
	(forth-check-block-line line)
	(forward-char forth-c/l)
      (when (= (+ (point) forth-c/l) (mark t))
      (mark t))))

;; Pad a line of a block file up to `forth-c/l' characters, positioning `point'
;; at the end of line.
(defun forth-pad-block-line ()
    (if (<= (current-column) forth-c/l)
	(move-to-column forth-c/l t)
      (message "Line %i longer than %i characters, truncated"
	       (count-lines (point-min) (point)) forth-c/l)
      (ding t)
      (move-to-column forth-c/l t)
      (delete-region (point) (progn (end-of-line) (point))))))

;; Replace tab characters in current line by spaces.
(defun forth-convert-tabs-in-line ()
    (while (search-forward "\t" (save-excursion (end-of-line) (point)) t)
      (delete-region (point) (1+ (point)))
      (insert-char ?\  (- tab-width (% (current-column) tab-width))))))

;; Delete newline at end of current line, concatenating it with the following
;; line. Place `point' at end of newly formed line.
(defun forth-delete-newline ()
  (delete-region (point) (progn (beginning-of-line 2) (point))))

(defun forth-convert-to-block (from to &optional original-buffer) 
  "Convert range of text to block file format in current buffer."
  (let* ((lines 0)) ; I have to count lines myself, since `count-lines' has
		    ; problems with trailing newlines...
      (goto-char from)
      (set-mark to)
      ;; pad lines to full length (`forth-c/l' characters per line)
      (while (< (save-excursion (end-of-line) (point)) (mark t))
	(setq lines (1+ lines))
      ;; also make sure the last line is padded, if `to' is at its end
      (when (= (point) (mark t))
	(setq lines (1+ lines))
      ;; remove newlines between lines
      (goto-char from)
      (while (< (save-excursion (end-of-line) (point)) (mark t))
      ;; append empty lines, until last block is complete
      (goto-char (mark t))
      (let* ((required (* (/ (+ lines (1- forth-l/b)) forth-l/b) forth-l/b))
	     (pad-lines (- required lines)))
	(while (> pad-lines 0)
	  (insert-char ?\  forth-c/l)
	  (setq pad-lines (1- pad-lines))))

(defun forth-detect-block-file-p ()
  "Return non-nil if the current buffer is in block file format. Detection is
done by checking whether the first line has 1024 characters or more."
       (goto-char (point-min))
       (>= (current-column) 1024))))

;; add block file conversion routines to `format-alist'
(defconst forth-block-format-description
  '(forth-blocks "Forth block source file" nil 
		 forth-convert-from-block forth-convert-to-block 
		 t normal-mode))
(unless (memq forth-block-format-description format-alist)
  (setq format-alist (cons forth-block-format-description format-alist)))

;;; End block file encoding/decoding

;;; Block file editing
(defvar forth-overlay-arrow-string ">>")
(defvar forth-block-base 1 "Number of first block in block file")
(defvar forth-show-screen nil
  "Non-nil means to show screen starts and numbers (for block files)")
(defvar forth-warn-long-lines nil
  "Non-nil means to warn about lines that are longer than 64 characters")

(defvar forth-screen-marker nil)
(defvar forth-screen-number-string nil)

(defun forth-update-show-screen ()
  "If `forth-show-screen' is non-nil, put overlay arrow to start of screen, 
`point' is in. If arrow now points to different screen than before, display 
screen number."
  (if (not forth-show-screen)
      (setq overlay-arrow-string nil)
      (let* ((line (count-lines (point-min) (min (point-max) (1+ (point)))))
	     (first-line (1+ (* (/ (1- line) forth-l/b) forth-l/b)))
	     (scr (+ forth-block-base (/ first-line forth-l/b))))
	(setq overlay-arrow-string forth-overlay-arrow-string)
	(goto-line first-line)
	(setq overlay-arrow-position forth-screen-marker)
	(set-marker forth-screen-marker 
		    (save-excursion (goto-line first-line) (point)))
	(setq forth-screen-number-string (format "%d" scr))))))

(add-hook 'forth-motion-hooks 'forth-update-show-screen)

(defun forth-update-warn-long-lines ()
  "If `forth-warn-long-lines' is non-nil, display a warning whenever a line
exceeds 64 characters."
  (when forth-warn-long-lines
    (when (> (save-excursion (end-of-line) (current-column)) forth-c/l)
      (message "Warning: current line exceeds %i characters"

(add-hook 'forth-motion-hooks 'forth-update-warn-long-lines)

;;; End block file editing

(defvar forth-mode-abbrev-table nil
  "Abbrev table in use in Forth-mode buffers.")

(define-abbrev-table 'forth-mode-abbrev-table ())

(defvar forth-mode-map nil
  "Keymap used in Forth mode.")

(if (not forth-mode-map)
    (setq forth-mode-map (make-sparse-keymap)))

;(define-key forth-mode-map "\M-\C-x" 'compile)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\C-x\\" 'comment-region)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\C-x~" 'forth-remove-tracers)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\C-x\C-m" 'forth-split)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\e " 'forth-reload)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\t" 'forth-indent-command)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\C-m" 'forth-reindent-then-newline-and-indent)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\M-q" 'forth-fill-paragraph)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\e." 'forth-find-tag)

;; setup for C-h C-i to work
(eval-and-compile (forth-require 'info-look))
(when (memq 'info-look features)
  (defvar forth-info-lookup '(symbol (forth-mode "\\S-+" t 
						  (("(gforth)Word Index"))
  (unless (memq forth-info-lookup info-lookup-alist)
    (setq info-lookup-alist (cons forth-info-lookup info-lookup-alist)))
  ;; in X-Emacs C-h C-i is by default bound to Info-query
  (define-key forth-mode-map "\C-h\C-i" 'info-lookup-symbol))

;;   (info-lookup-add-help
;;    :topic 'symbol
;;    :mode 'forth-mode
;;    :regexp "[^ 	
;; ]+"
;;    :ignore-case t
;;    :doc-spec '(("(gforth)Name Index" nil "`" "'  "))))

(require 'etags)

(defun forth-find-tag (tagname &optional next-p regexp-p)
  (interactive (find-tag-interactive "Find tag: "))
  (unless (or regexp-p next-p)
    (setq tagname (concat "\\(^\\|\\s-+\\)\\(" (regexp-quote tagname) 
   (find-tag-noselect tagname next-p t)))

(defvar forth-mode-syntax-table nil
  "Syntax table in use in Forth-mode buffers.")

;; Important: hilighting/indentation now depends on a correct syntax table.
;; All characters, except whitespace *must* belong to the "word constituent"
;; syntax class. If different behaviour is required, use of Categories might
;; help.
(if (not forth-mode-syntax-table)
      (setq forth-mode-syntax-table (make-syntax-table))
      (let ((char 0))
	(while (< char ?!)
	  (modify-syntax-entry char " " forth-mode-syntax-table)
	  (setq char (1+ char)))
	(while (< char 256)
	  (modify-syntax-entry char "w" forth-mode-syntax-table)
	  (setq char (1+ char))))

(defun forth-mode-variables ()
  (set-syntax-table forth-mode-syntax-table)
  (setq local-abbrev-table forth-mode-abbrev-table)
  (make-local-variable 'paragraph-start)
  (setq paragraph-start (concat "^$\\|" page-delimiter))
  (make-local-variable 'paragraph-separate)
  (setq paragraph-separate paragraph-start)
  (make-local-variable 'indent-line-function)
  (setq indent-line-function 'forth-indent-line)
;  (make-local-variable 'require-final-newline)
;  (setq require-final-newline t)
  (make-local-variable 'comment-start)
  (setq comment-start "\\ ")
  ;(make-local-variable 'comment-end)
  ;(setq comment-end " )")
  (make-local-variable 'comment-column)
  (setq comment-column 40)
  (make-local-variable 'comment-start-skip)
  (setq comment-start-skip "\\\\ ")
  (make-local-variable 'comment-indent-function)
  (setq comment-indent-function 'forth-comment-indent)
  (make-local-variable 'parse-sexp-ignore-comments)
  (setq parse-sexp-ignore-comments t)
  (setq case-fold-search t)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-was-point)
  (setq forth-was-point -1)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-words)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-compiled-words)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-compiled-indent-words)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-hilight-level)
  (make-local-variable 'after-change-functions)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-show-screen)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-screen-marker)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-warn-long-lines)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-screen-number-string)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-use-oof)
  (make-local-variable 'forth-use-objects) 
  (setq forth-screen-marker (copy-marker 0))
  (add-hook 'after-change-functions 'forth-change-function)
  (if (and forth-jit-parser (>= emacs-major-version 21))
      (add-hook 'fontification-functions 'forth-fontification-function))
  (setq imenu-create-index-function 'forth-create-index))

(defun forth-mode ()
Major mode for editing Forth code. Tab indents for Forth code. Comments
are delimited with \\ and newline. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines
only. Block files are autodetected, when read, and converted to normal 
stream source format. See also `forth-block-mode'.

Variables controlling syntax hilighting/recognition of parsed text:
    List of words that have a special parsing behaviour and/or should be
    hilighted. Add custom words by setting forth-custom-words in your
    .emacs, or by setting forth-local-words, in source-files' local 
    variables lists.
    Set this variable to non-nil in your .emacs, or in a local variables 
    list, to hilight and recognize the words from the \"Objects\" package 
    for object-oriented programming.
    Same as above, just for the \"OOF\" package.
    List of custom Forth words to prepend to `forth-words'. Should be set
    in your .emacs.
    List of words to prepend to `forth-words', whenever a forth-mode
    buffer is created. That variable should be set by Forth sources, using
    a local variables list at the end of file, to get file-specific
    0 [IF]
       Local Variables: ... 
       forth-local-words: ...
    Controls how much syntax hilighting is done. Should be in the range 

Variables controlling indentation style:
    List of words that influence indentation.
    List of words to prepend to `forth-indent-words', similar to 
    forth-local-words. Should be used for specifying file-specific 
    indentation, using a local variables list.
    List of words to prepend to `forth-indent-words'. Should be set in your
    Indentation increment/decrement of Forth statements.
    Minor indentation increment/decrement of Forth statemens.

Variables controlling block-file editing:
    Non-nil means, that the start of the current screen is marked by an
    overlay arrow, and screen numbers are displayed in the mode line.
    This variable is by default nil for `forth-mode' and t for 
    String to display as the overlay arrow, when `forth-show-screen' is t.
    Setting this variable to nil disables the overlay arrow.
    Screen number of the first block in a block file. Defaults to 1.
    Non-nil means that a warning message is displayed whenever you edit or
    move over a line that is longer than 64 characters (the maximum line
    length that can be stored into a block file). This variable defaults to
    t for `forth-block-mode' and to nil for `forth-mode'.

Variables controlling interaction with the Forth-process (also see
    Program invoked by the `run-forth' command (including arguments).
    Hook for customising inferior-forth-mode.
    Default command to execute on `compile'.
  (use-local-map forth-mode-map)
  (setq mode-name "Forth")
  (setq major-mode 'forth-mode)
  ;; convert buffer contents from block file format, if necessary
  (when (forth-detect-block-file-p)
    (message "Converting from Forth block source...")
    (forth-convert-from-block (point-min) (point-max))
    (message "Converting from Forth block source...done"))
  ;; if user switched from forth-block-mode to forth-mode, make sure the file
  ;; is now stored as normal strem source
  (when (equal buffer-file-format '(forth-blocks))
    (setq buffer-file-format nil))
;  (if (not (forth-process-running-p))
;      (run-forth forth-program-name))
  (run-hooks 'forth-mode-hook))

(define-derived-mode forth-block-mode forth-mode "Forth Block Source" 
  "Major mode for editing Forth block source files, derived from 
`forth-mode'. Differences to `forth-mode' are:
 * files are converted to block format, when written (`buffer-file-format' 
   is set to `(forth-blocks)')
 * `forth-show-screen' and `forth-warn-long-lines' are t by default
Note that the length of lines in block files is limited to 64 characters.
When writing longer lines to a block file, a warning is displayed in the
echo area and the line is truncated. 

Another problem is imposed by block files that contain newline or tab 
characters. When Emacs converts such files back to block file format, 
it'll translate those characters to a number of spaces. However, when
you read such a file, a warning message is displayed in the echo area,
including a line number that may help you to locate and fix the problem.

So have a look at the *Messages* buffer, whenever you hear (or see) Emacs' 
bell during block file read/write operations."
  (setq buffer-file-format '(forth-blocks))
  (setq forth-show-screen t)
  (setq forth-warn-long-lines t)
  (setq forth-screen-number-string (format "%d" forth-block-base))
  (setq mode-line-format (append (reverse (cdr (reverse mode-line-format)))
				 '("--S" forth-screen-number-string "-%-"))))

(add-hook 'forth-mode-hook
      '(lambda () 
	 (make-local-variable 'compile-command)
	 (setq compile-command "gforth ")
	 (unless (and forth-jit-parser (>= emacs-major-version 21))
	   (forth-change-function (point-min) (point-max) nil t))))

(defun forth-fill-paragraph () 
  "Fill comments (starting with '\'; do not fill code (block style
programmers who tend to fill code won't use emacs anyway:-)."
  ; Currently only comments at the start of the line are filled.
  ; Something like lisp-fill-paragraph may be better.  We cannot use
  ; fill-paragraph, because it removes the \ from the first comment
  ; line. Therefore we have to look for the first line of the comment
  ; and use fill-region.
    (while (and
	     (= (forward-line -1) 0)
	     (looking-at "[ \t]*\\\\g?[ \t]+")))
    (if (not (looking-at "[ \t]*\\\\g?[ \t]+"))
	(forward-line 1))
    (let ((from (point))
	  (to (save-excursion (forward-paragraph) (point))))
      (if (looking-at "[ \t]*\\\\g?[ \t]+")
	  (progn (goto-char (match-end 0))
		 (fill-region from to nil))))))

(defun forth-comment-indent ()
    (if (looking-at ":[ \t]*")
	  (skip-chars-backward " \t\n")
	  (1+ (current-column)))

;; Forth commands

(defun forth-remove-tracers ()
  "Remove tracers of the form `~~ '. Queries the user for each occurrence."
  (query-replace-regexp "\\(~~ \\| ~~$\\)" "" nil))

(define-key forth-mode-map "\C-x\C-e" 'compile)
(define-key forth-mode-map "\C-x\C-n" 'next-error)
(require 'compile)

(defvar forth-compile-command "gforth ")
;(defvar forth-compilation-window-percent-height 30)

(defun forth-split ()
  (forth-split-1 "*forth*"))

(defun forth-split-1 (buffer)
  (if (not (eq (window-buffer) (get-buffer buffer)))
	 (/ (* (screen-height) forth-percent-height) 100))
	(other-window 1)
	(switch-to-buffer buffer)
	(goto-char (point-max))
	(other-window 1))))

(defun forth-compile (command)
  (interactive (list (setq forth-compile-command (read-string "Compile command: " forth-compile-command))))
  (forth-split-1 "*compilation*")
  (setq ctools-compile-command command)
  (compile1 ctools-compile-command "No more errors"))

;;; Forth menu
;;; Mikael Karlsson <>

;; (dk) code commented out due to complaints of XEmacs users.  After
;; all, there's imenu/speedbar, which uses much smarter scanning
;; rules.

;; (cond ((string-match "XEmacs\\|Lucid" emacs-version)
;;        (require 'func-menu)

;;   (defconst fume-function-name-regexp-forth
;;    "^\\(:\\)[ \t]+\\([^ \t]*\\)"
;;    "Expression to get word definitions in Forth.")

;;   (setq fume-function-name-regexp-alist
;;       (append '((forth-mode . fume-function-name-regexp-forth) 
;;              ) fume-function-name-regexp-alist))

;;   ;; Find next forth word in the buffer
;;   (defun fume-find-next-forth-function-name (buffer)
;;     "Searches for the next forth word in BUFFER."
;;     (set-buffer buffer)
;;     (if (re-search-forward fume-function-name-regexp nil t)
;;       (let ((beg (match-beginning 2))
;;             (end (match-end 2)))
;;         (cons (buffer-substring beg end) beg))))

;;   (setq fume-find-function-name-method-alist
;;   (append '((forth-mode    . fume-find-next-forth-function-name))))

;;   ))
;;; End Forth menu

;;; File folding of forth-files
;;; uses outline
;;; Toggle activation with M-x fold-f (when editing a forth-file) 
;;; Use f9 to expand, f10 to hide, Or the menubar in xemacs
;;; Works most of the times but loses sync with the cursor occasionally 
;;; Could be improved by also folding on comments

;; (dk) This code needs a rewrite; just too ugly and doesn't use the
;; newer and smarter scanning rules of `imenu'. Who needs it anyway??

;; (require 'outline)

;; (defun f-outline-level ()
;;   (cond	((looking-at "\\`\\\\")
;; 	 0)
;; 	((looking-at "\\\\ SEC")
;; 	 0)
;; 	((looking-at "\\\\ \\\\ .*")
;; 	 0)
;; 	((looking-at "\\\\ DEFS")
;; 	 1)
;; 	((looking-at "\\/\\* ")
;; 	 1)
;; 	((looking-at ": .*")
;; 	 1)
;; 	((looking-at "\\\\G")
;; 	 2)
;; 	((looking-at "[ \t]+\\\\")
;; 	 3)))
;; (defun fold-f  ()
;;    (interactive)
;;    (add-hook 'outline-minor-mode-hook 'hide-body)

;;    ; outline mode header start, i.e. find word definitions
;; ;;;   (setq  outline-regexp  "^\\(:\\)[ \t]+\\([^ \t]*\\)")
;;    (setq  outline-regexp  "\\`\\\\\\|:\\|\\\\ SEC\\|\\\\G\\|[ \t]+\\\\\\|\\\\ DEFS\\|\\/\\*\\|\\\\ \\\\ .*")
;;    (setq outline-level 'f-outline-level)

;;    (outline-minor-mode)
;;    (define-key outline-minor-mode-map '(shift up) 'hide-sublevels)
;;    (define-key outline-minor-mode-map '(shift right) 'show-children)
;;    (define-key outline-minor-mode-map '(shift left) 'hide-subtree)
;;    (define-key outline-minor-mode-map '(shift down) 'show-subtree))

;;(define-key global-map '(shift up) 'fold-f)

;;; end file folding

;;; func-menu is a package that scans your source file for function definitions
;;; and makes a menubar entry that lets you jump to any particular function
;;; definition by selecting it from the menu.  The following code turns this on
;;; for all of the recognized languages.  Scanning the buffer takes some time,
;;; but not much.
;; (cond ((string-match "XEmacs\\|Lucid" emacs-version)
;;        (require 'func-menu)
;; ;;       (define-key global-map 'f8 'function-menu)
;;        (add-hook 'find-fible-hooks 'fume-add-menubar-entry)
;; ;       (define-key global-map "\C-cg" 'fume-prompt-function-goto)
;; ;       (define-key global-map '(shift button3) 'mouse-function-menu)
;; ))

;;; Inferior Forth interpreter 
;;;	-- mostly copied from `cmuscheme.el' of Emacs 21.2

(eval-and-compile (forth-require 'comint))

(when (memq 'comint features)

  (defvar forth-program-name "gforth"
    "*Program invoked by the `run-forth' command, including program arguments")

  (defcustom inferior-forth-mode-hook nil
    "*Hook for customising inferior-forth-mode."
    :type 'hook
    :group 'forth)

  (defvar inferior-forth-mode-map
    (let ((m (make-sparse-keymap)))
      (define-key m "\r" 'comint-send-input)
      (define-key m "\M-\C-x" 'forth-send-paragraph-and-go)
      (define-key m "\C-c\C-l" 'forth-load-file)
  ;; Install the process communication commands in the forth-mode keymap.
  (define-key forth-mode-map "\e\C-m" 'forth-send-paragraph-and-go)
  (define-key forth-mode-map "\eo" 'forth-send-buffer-and-go)

  (define-key forth-mode-map "\M-\C-x" 'forth-send-paragraph-and-go)
  (define-key forth-mode-map "\C-c\C-r" 'forth-send-region)
  (define-key forth-mode-map "\C-c\M-r" 'forth-send-region-and-go)
  (define-key forth-mode-map "\C-c\C-z" 'forth-switch-to-interactive)
  (define-key forth-mode-map "\C-c\C-l" 'forth-load-file)

  (defvar forth-process-buffer)

  (define-derived-mode inferior-forth-mode comint-mode "Inferior Forth"
    "Major mode for interacting with an inferior Forth process.

The following commands are available:

A Forth process can be fired up with M-x run-forth.

Customisation: Entry to this mode runs the hooks on comint-mode-hook and
inferior-forth-mode-hook (in that order).

You can send text to the inferior Forth process from other buffers containing
Forth source.
    forth-switch-to-interactive switches the current buffer to the Forth
        process buffer. 
    forth-send-paragraph sends the current paragraph to the Forth process.
    forth-send-region sends the current region to the Forth process.
    forth-send-buffer sends the current buffer to the Forth process.

    forth-send-paragraph-and-go, forth-send-region-and-go,
        forth-send-buffer-and-go switch to the Forth process buffer after
        sending their text.
For information on running multiple processes in multiple buffers, see
documentation for variable `forth-process-buffer'.

Return after the end of the process' output sends the text from the
end of process to point. If you accidentally suspend your process, use
\\[comint-continue-subjob] to continue it. "
    ;; Customise in inferior-forth-mode-hook
    (setq comint-prompt-regexp "^") 
    (setq mode-line-process '(":%s")))

  (defun forth-args-to-list (string)
    (let ((where (string-match "[ \t]" string)))
      (cond ((null where) (list string))
	    ((not (= where 0))
	     (cons (substring string 0 where)
		   (forth-args-to-list (substring string (+ 1 where)
						  (length string)))))
	    (t (let ((pos (string-match "[^ \t]" string)))
		 (if (null pos)
		   (forth-args-to-list (substring string pos
						  (length string)))))))))

  (defun run-forth (cmd)
    "Run an inferior Forth process, input and output via buffer *forth*.
If there is a process already running in `*forth*', switch to that buffer.
With argument, allows you to edit the command line (default is value
of `forth-program-name').  Runs the hooks `inferior-forth-mode-hook'
\(after the `comint-mode-hook' is run).
\(Type \\[describe-mode] in the process buffer for a list of commands.)"

    (interactive (list (if current-prefix-arg
			   (read-string "Run Forth: " forth-program-name)
    (if (not (comint-check-proc "*forth*"))
	(let ((cmdlist (forth-args-to-list cmd)))
	  (set-buffer (apply 'make-comint "forth" (car cmdlist)
			     nil (cdr cmdlist)))
    (setq forth-program-name cmd)
    (setq forth-process-buffer "*forth*")
    (pop-to-buffer "*forth*"))

  (defun forth-send-region (start end)
    "Send the current region to the inferior Forth process."
    (interactive "r")
    (comint-send-region (forth-proc) start end)
    (comint-send-string (forth-proc) "\n"))

  (defun forth-end-of-paragraph ()
    (if (looking-at "[\t\n ]+") (skip-chars-backward  "\t\n "))
    (if (not (re-search-forward "\n[ \t]*\n" nil t))
	(goto-char (point-max))))

  (defun forth-send-paragraph ()
    "Send the current or the previous paragraph to the Forth process"
    (let (end)
	(skip-chars-backward  "\t\n ")
	(setq end (point))
	(if (re-search-backward "\n[ \t]*\n" nil t)
	    (setq start (point))
	  (goto-char (point-min)))
	(skip-chars-forward  "\t\n ")
	(forth-send-region (point) end))))

  (defun forth-send-paragraph-and-go ()
    "Send the current or the previous paragraph to the Forth process.
Then switch to the process buffer."
    (forth-switch-to-interactive t))

  (defun forth-send-buffer ()
    "Send the current buffer to the Forth process."
    (if (eq (current-buffer) forth-process-buffer)
	(error "Not allowed to send this buffer's contents to Forth"))
    (forth-send-region (point-min) (point-max)))

  (defun forth-send-buffer-and-go ()
    "Send the current buffer to the Forth process.
Then switch to the process buffer."
    (forth-switch-to-interactive t))

  (defun forth-switch-to-interactive (eob-p)
    "Switch to the Forth process buffer.
With argument, position cursor at end of buffer."
    (interactive "P")
    (if (get-buffer forth-process-buffer)
	(pop-to-buffer forth-process-buffer)
      (error "No current process buffer.  See variable `forth-process-buffer'"))
    (cond (eob-p
	   (goto-char (point-max)))))

  (defun forth-send-region-and-go (start end)
    "Send the current region to the inferior Forth process.
Then switch to the process buffer."
    (interactive "r")
    (forth-send-region start end)
    (forth-switch-to-interactive t))

  (defcustom forth-source-modes '(forth-mode forth-block-mode)
    "*Used to determine if a buffer contains Forth source code.
If it's loaded into a buffer that is in one of these major modes, it's
considered a Forth source file by `forth-load-file' and `forth-compile-file'.
Used by these commands to determine defaults."
    :type '(repeat function)
    :group 'forth)

  (defvar forth-prev-l/c-dir/file nil
    "Caches the last (directory . file) pair.
Caches the last pair used in the last `forth-load-file' or
`forth-compile-file' command. Used for determining the default in the
next one.")

  (defun forth-load-file (file-name)
    "Load a Forth file FILE-NAME into the inferior Forth process."
    (interactive (comint-get-source "Load Forth file: " forth-prev-l/c-dir/file
				    forth-source-modes t)) ; T because LOAD
					; needs an exact name
    (comint-check-source file-name) ; Check to see if buffer needs saved.
    (setq forth-prev-l/c-dir/file (cons (file-name-directory    file-name)
					(file-name-nondirectory file-name)))
    (comint-send-string (forth-proc) (concat "(load \""

  (defvar forth-process-buffer nil "*The current Forth process buffer.

See `scheme-buffer' for an explanation on how to run multiple Forth 

  (defun forth-proc ()
    "Return the current Forth process.  See variable `forth-process-buffer'."
    (let ((proc (get-buffer-process (if (eq major-mode 'inferior-forth-mode)
      (or proc
	  (error "No current process.  See variable `forth-process-buffer'"))))
  )  ; (memq 'comint features)

(provide 'forth-mode)

;;; gforth.el ends here

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