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This module provides a twodimensional text zipper data structure. This structure represents a body of text and an editing cursor which can be moved throughout the text, along with a set of editing transformations.
Text zippers are generalized over the set of data types that might
be used to store lists of characters (e.g., String
, Text
,
etc.). As a result, the most general way to create a text zipper
is to use mkZipper
and provide all of the functions required to
manipulate the underlying text data.
 data TextZipper a
 mkZipper :: Monoid a => (Char > a) > (Int > a > a) > (Int > a > a) > (a > Int) > (a > Char) > (a > a) > (a > Bool) > [a] > Maybe Int > TextZipper a
 textZipper :: [Text] > Maybe Int > TextZipper Text
 stringZipper :: [String] > Maybe Int > TextZipper String
 clearZipper :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 vectorZipper :: [Vector Char] > Maybe Int > TextZipper (Vector Char)
 getText :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > [a]
 currentLine :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > a
 cursorPosition :: TextZipper a > (Int, Int)
 lineLengths :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > [Int]
 getLineLimit :: TextZipper a > Maybe Int
 moveCursor :: Monoid a => (Int, Int) > TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 insertChar :: Monoid a => Char > TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 insertMany :: Monoid a => a > TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 breakLine :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 killToEOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 killToBOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 gotoEOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 gotoBOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 deletePrevChar :: (Eq a, Monoid a) => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 deleteChar :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 moveRight :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 moveLeft :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 moveUp :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
 moveDown :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a
Documentation
data TextZipper a Source #
Eq a => Eq (TextZipper a) Source #  
Show a => Show (TextZipper a) Source #  
NFData a => NFData (TextZipper a) Source #  
Construction and extraction
:: Monoid a  
=> (Char > a)  A singleton constructor. 
> (Int > a > a) 

> (Int > a > a) 

> (a > Int)  
> (a > Char) 

> (a > a) 

> (a > Bool) 

> [a]  The initial lines of text. 
> Maybe Int  Limit to this many lines of text ( 
> TextZipper a 
Create a zipper using a custom text storage type. Takes the initial text as well as all of the functions necessary to manipulate the underlying text values.
textZipper :: [Text] > Maybe Int > TextZipper Text Source #
Construct a zipper from Text
values.
stringZipper :: [String] > Maybe Int > TextZipper String Source #
Construct a zipper from list values.
clearZipper :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Empty a zipper.
vectorZipper :: [Vector Char] > Maybe Int > TextZipper (Vector Char) Source #
Construct a zipper from vectors of characters.
getText :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > [a] Source #
Get the text contents of the zipper.
currentLine :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > a Source #
The line of text on which the zipper's cursor currently resides.
cursorPosition :: TextZipper a > (Int, Int) Source #
Get the cursor position of the zipper; returns (row, col)
.
row
ranges from [0..num_rows1]
inclusive; col
ranges from
[0..length of current line]
inclusive. Column values equal to
line width indicate a cursor that is just past the end of a line of
text.
lineLengths :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > [Int] Source #
Return the lengths of the lines in the zipper.
getLineLimit :: TextZipper a > Maybe Int Source #
Get the line limit, if any, for a zipper.
Navigation and editing functions
moveCursor :: Monoid a => (Int, Int) > TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Move the cursor to the specified row and column. Invalid cursor
positions will be ignored. Valid cursor positions range as
described for cursorPosition
.
insertChar :: Monoid a => Char > TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Insert a character at the current cursor position. Move the cursor one position to the right.
insertMany :: Monoid a => a > TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Insert many characters at the current cursor position. Move the cursor one position to the end of the inserted text.
breakLine :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Insert a line break at the current cursor position.
killToEOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Remove all text from the cursor position to the end of the current line. If the cursor is at the beginning of a line and the line is empty, the entire line will be removed.
killToBOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Remove all text from the cursor position to the beginning of the current line.
gotoEOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Move the cursor to the end of the current line.
gotoBOL :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Move the cursor to the beginning of the current line.
deletePrevChar :: (Eq a, Monoid a) => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Delete the character preceding the cursor position, and move the cursor backwards by one character.
deleteChar :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Delete the character at the cursor position. Leaves the cursor position unchanged. If the cursor is at the end of a line of text, this combines the line with the line below.
moveRight :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Move the cursor right by one position. If the cursor is at the end of a line, the cursor is moved to the first position of the following line (if any).
moveLeft :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Move the cursor left by one position. If the cursor is at the beginning of a line, the cursor is moved to the last position of the preceding line (if any).
moveUp :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Move the cursor up by one row. If there no are rows above the current one, move to the first position of the current row. If the row above is shorter, move to the end of that row.
moveDown :: Monoid a => TextZipper a > TextZipper a Source #
Move the cursor down by one row. If there are no rows below the current one, move to the last position of the current row. If the row below is shorter, move to the end of that row.