yi-core-0.19.2: Yi editor core library
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  • GeneralizedNewtypeDeriving
  • LambdaCase



Search/Replace functions



setRegexE :: SearchExp -> EditorM () Source #

Put regex into regex register

resetRegexE :: EditorM () Source #

Clear the regex register

getRegexE :: EditorM (Maybe SearchExp) Source #

Return contents of regex register

type SearchMatch = Region Source #

Global searching. Search for regex and move point to that position. Nothing means reuse the last regular expression. Just s means use s as the new regular expression. Direction of search can be specified as either Backward or Forward (forwards in the buffer). Arguments to modify the compiled regular expression can be supplied as well.

data SearchResult Source #


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Eq SearchResult Source # 
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Defined in Yi.Search

data SearchOption #



Compile for matching that ignores char case


Compile for newline-insensitive matching


Treat the input not as a regex but as a literal string to search for.


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Eq SearchOption 
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Defined in Yi.Regex

Generic SearchOption 
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Defined in Yi.Regex

Associated Types

type Rep SearchOption :: Type -> Type #

Binary SearchOption 
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Defined in Yi.Regex

type Rep SearchOption 
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Defined in Yi.Regex

type Rep SearchOption = D1 ('MetaData "SearchOption" "Yi.Regex" "yi-language-0.19.0-IdyJrIEoDq11Qjn5TopPkH" 'False) (C1 ('MetaCons "IgnoreCase" 'PrefixI 'False) (U1 :: Type -> Type) :+: (C1 ('MetaCons "NoNewLine" 'PrefixI 'False) (U1 :: Type -> Type) :+: C1 ('MetaCons "QuoteRegex" 'PrefixI 'False) (U1 :: Type -> Type)))

doSearch Source #


:: Maybe String

Nothing means used previous pattern, if any. Complain otherwise. Use getRegexE to check for previous patterns

-> [SearchOption]

Flags to modify the compiled regex

-> Direction

Backward or Forward

-> EditorM SearchResult 

continueSearch :: (SearchExp, Direction) -> BufferM SearchResult Source #

Do a search, placing cursor at first char of pattern, if found. Keymaps may implement their own regex language. How do we provide for this? Also, what's happening with ^ not matching sol?

makeSimpleSearch :: YiString -> SearchExp Source #

Create a SearchExp that matches exactly its argument

Batch search-replace

searchReplaceRegionB Source #


:: YiString

The string to search for

-> YiString

The string to replace it with

-> Region

The region to perform this over

-> BufferM Int 

Search and Replace all within the current region. Note the region is the final argument since we might perform the same search and replace over multiple regions however we are unlikely to perform several search and replaces over the same region since the first such may change the bounds of the region.

searchReplaceSelectionB Source #


:: YiString

text to search for

-> YiString

text to replace it with

-> BufferM Int 

Peform a search and replace on the selection

replaceString :: YiString -> YiString -> BufferM Int Source #

Replace a string by another everywhere in the document

searchAndRepRegion0 :: SearchExp -> YiString -> Bool -> Region -> BufferM Int Source #

Search and replace in the given region.

If the input boolean is True, then the replace is done globally, otherwise only the first match is replaced. Returns the number of replacements done.

searchAndRepUnit :: YiString -> YiString -> Bool -> TextUnit -> EditorM Bool Source #

Search and replace in the region defined by the given unit. The rest is as in searchAndRepRegion.

Incremental Search

isearchCancelE :: EditorM () Source #

Cancel a search. Also see isearchCancelWithE.

isearchFinishE :: EditorM () Source #

Succesfully finish a search. Also see isearchFinishWithE.

isearchCancelWithE :: EditorM a -> EditorM () Source #

Wrapper over isearchEndWith that passes through the action and marks the search as unsuccessful (i.e. when the user wants to jump back to where the search started).

isearchFinishWithE :: EditorM a -> EditorM () Source #

Wrapper over isearchEndWith that passes through the action and accepts the search as successful (i.e. when the user wants to stay at the result).


qrNext :: Window -> BufferRef -> SearchExp -> EditorM () Source #

Find the next match and select it. Point is end, mark is beginning.

qrReplaceAll :: Window -> BufferRef -> SearchExp -> YiString -> EditorM () Source #

Replace all the remaining occurrences.

qrReplaceOne :: Window -> BufferRef -> SearchExp -> YiString -> EditorM () Source #

We replace the currently selected match and then move to the next match.

qrFinish :: EditorM () Source #

Exit from query/replace.