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data TextUnit Source

Designate a given unit of text.



a single character


a line of text (between newlines)


a vertical line of text (area of text between two characters at the same column number)


the whole document



outsideUnit :: TextUnit -> TextUnitSource

Turns a unit into its negative by inverting the boundaries. For example, outsideUnit unitViWord will be the unit of spaces between words. For units without boundaries (Character, Document, ...), this is the identity function.

leftBoundaryUnit :: TextUnit -> TextUnitSource

Unit that have its left and right boundaries at the left boundary of the argument unit.

unitWord :: TextUnitSource

delimited on the left and right by given characters, boolean argument tells if whether those are included.

a word as in use in Emacs (fundamental mode)

unitEmacsParagraph :: TextUnitSource

Paragraph to implement emacs-like forward-paragraph/backward-paragraph

unitParagraph :: TextUnitSource

Paragraph that begins and ends in the paragraph, not the empty lines surrounding it.

isAnySep :: Char -> BoolSource

Separator characters (space, tab, unicode separators). Most of the units above attempt to identify words with various punctuation and symbols included or excluded. This set of units is a simple inverse: it is true for whitespace or separators and false for anything that is not (letters, numbers, symbols, punctuation, whatever).

unitSep :: TextUnitSource

unitSep is true for any kind of whitespace/separator

unitSepThisLine :: TextUnitSource

unitSepThisLine is true for any kind of whitespace/separator on this line only

moveB :: TextUnit -> Direction -> BufferM ()Source

Move to the next unit boundary

maybeMoveB :: TextUnit -> Direction -> BufferM ()Source

As moveB, unless the point is at a unit boundary

regionOfB :: TextUnit -> BufferM RegionSource

Region of the whole textunit where the current point is.

regionOfNonEmptyB :: TextUnit -> BufferM RegionSource

Non empty region of the whole textunit where the current point is.

regionOfPartB :: TextUnit -> Direction -> BufferM RegionSource

Region between the point and the next boundary. The region is empty if the point is at the boundary.

regionOfPartNonEmptyB :: TextUnit -> Direction -> BufferM RegionSource

Non empty region between the point and the next boundary, In fact the region can be empty if we are at the end of file.

regionOfPartNonEmptyAtB :: TextUnit -> Direction -> Point -> BufferM RegionSource

Non empty region at given point and the next boundary,

untilB :: BufferM Bool -> BufferM a -> BufferM [a]Source

Repeat an action until the condition is fulfilled or the cursor stops moving. The Action may be performed zero times.

doIfCharB :: (Char -> Bool) -> BufferM a -> BufferM ()Source

Do an action if the current buffer character passes the predicate

deleteB :: TextUnit -> Direction -> BufferM ()Source

Delete between point and next unit boundary, return the deleted region.

genMaybeMoveB :: TextUnit -> (Direction, BoundarySide) -> Direction -> BufferM ()Source

Generic maybe move operation. As genMoveB, but don't move if we are at boundary already.

genMoveB :: TextUnit -> (Direction, BoundarySide) -> Direction -> BufferM ()Source

Generic move operation Warning: moving To the (OutsideBound, Backward) bound of Document is impossible (offset -1!) genMoveB u b d: move in direction d until encountering boundary b or unit u. See genAtBoundaryB for boundary explanation.

data BoundarySide Source

Boundary side




genAtBoundaryB :: TextUnit -> Direction -> BoundarySide -> BufferM BoolSource

genAtBoundaryB u d s returns whether the point is at a given boundary (d,s) . Boundary (d,s) , taking Word as example, means: Word ^^ ^^ 12 34 1: (Backward,OutsideBound) 2: (Backward,InsideBound) 3: (Forward,InsideBound) 4: (Forward,OutsideBound)

rules: genAtBoundaryB u Backward InsideBound = atBoundaryB u Backward genAtBoundaryB u Forward OutsideBound = atBoundaryB u Forward