Changeset ef56a67 for commands.c


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Timestamp:
Jun 22, 2003, 9:38:21 AM (17 years ago)
Author:
James M. Kretchmar <kretch@mit.edu>
Branches:
master, barnowl_perlaim, debian, owl, release-1.4, release-1.5, release-1.6, release-1.7, release-1.8, release-1.9
Children:
f1cbb7a
Parents:
3723f31
Message:
added the 'show view' command.
removed the style variable
 A style is now part of a view, the view command has been revamped
File:
1 edited

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  • commands.c

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    486486  OWLCMD_ARGS("view", owl_command_view, OWL_CTX_INTERACTIVE,
    487487              "view messages matching a filter",
     488              "view [<viewname>] [-f <filter> | --home ] [-s <style>]\n"
    488489              "view <filter>\n"
    489490              "view -d <expression>\n"
    490491              "view --home",
    491               "In the first usage, The view command sets the current view to\n"
    492               "the specified filter.   This causes only messages matching\n"
    493               "that filter to be displayed.\n"
     492              "The view command sets information associated with a particular view,\n"
     493              "such as view's filter or style.  In the first general usage listed\n"
     494              "above <viewname> is the name of the view to be changed.  If not\n"
     495              "specified the default view 'main' will be used.  A filter can be set\n"
     496              "for the view by listing a named filter after the -f argument.  If\n"
     497              "the --home argument is used the filter will be set to the filter named\n"
     498              "by the\n 'view_home' variable.  The style can be set by listing the\n"
     499              "name style after the -s argument.\n"
    494500              "\n"
    495               "In the second usage a filter expression\n"
    496               "and be specified directly\n"
    497               "after -d.  Owl will build an internal filter based on this\n"
    498               "filter and change the current view to use it.\n\n"
    499               "If --home is specified, switches to the view specified by\n"
    500               "the 'view_home' variable.\n\n"
     501              "The other usages listed above are abbreivated forms that simply set\n"
     502              "the filter of the current view. The -d option allows you to write a\n"
     503              "filter expression that will be dynamically created by owl and then\n"
     504              "applied as the view's filter\n"
    501505              "SEE ALSO: filter, viewclass, viewuser\n"),
    502506
     
    558562              "show terminal\n"
    559563              "show version\n"
     564              "show view [<view>]\n"
    560565              "show status\n",
    561566
     
    16511656
    16521657char *owl_command_view(int argc, char **argv, char *buff) {
    1653   if (argc<2) {
    1654     owl_function_makemsg("Wrong number of arguments to view command");
    1655     return NULL;
    1656   }
    1657 
     1658
     1659  /* Backwards compatability has made this kind of complicated:
     1660   * view [<viewname>] [-f <filter> | -d <expression> | --home ] [-s <style>]
     1661   * view <filter>
     1662   * view -d <expression>
     1663   * view --home
     1664   */
     1665
     1666  /* First take the 'view --home' case */
    16581667  if (argc == 2 && !strcmp(argv[1], "--home")) {
    16591668    owl_function_change_view(owl_global_get_view_home(&g));
    1660     return NULL;
    1661   }
    1662 
    1663   /* is it a dynamic filter? */
    1664   if (!strcmp(argv[1], "-d")) {
     1669    return(NULL);
     1670  }
     1671
     1672  /* Now look for 'view <filter>' */
     1673  if (argc==2) {
     1674    owl_function_change_view(argv[1]);
     1675    return(NULL);
     1676  }
     1677
     1678  /* Now get 'view -d <expression>' */
     1679  if (argc==3 && !strcmp(argv[1], "-d")) {
    16651680    char **myargv;
    16661681    int i;
     
    16781693  }
    16791694
    1680   /* otherwise it's a normal view command */
    1681   if (argc>2) {
    1682     owl_function_makemsg("Wrong number of arguments to view command");
    1683     return NULL;
    1684   }
    1685   owl_function_change_view(argv[1]);
    1686   return NULL;
     1695  /* Finally handle the general case */
     1696  if (argc<3) {
     1697    owl_function_makemsg("Too few arguments to the view command.");
     1698    return(NULL);
     1699  }
     1700  argc--;
     1701  argv++;
     1702  if (strcmp(argv[0], "-f") && strcmp(argv[0], "-d") && strcmp(argv[0], "--home") && strcmp(argv[0], "-s")) {
     1703    if (strcmp(argv[0], "main")) {
     1704      owl_function_makemsg("No view named '%s'", argv[0]);
     1705      return(NULL);
     1706    }
     1707    argc--;
     1708    argv++;
     1709  }
     1710  while (argc) {
     1711    if (!strcmp(argv[0], "-f")) {
     1712      if (argc<2) {
     1713        owl_function_makemsg("Too few argments to the view command");
     1714        return(NULL);
     1715      }
     1716      owl_function_change_view(argv[1]);
     1717      argc-=2;
     1718      argv+=2;
     1719    } else if (!strcmp(argv[0], "--home")) {
     1720      owl_function_change_view(owl_global_get_view_home(&g));
     1721      argc--;
     1722      argv++;
     1723    } else if (!strcmp(argv[0], "-s")) {
     1724      if (argc<2) {
     1725        owl_function_makemsg("Too few argments to the view command");
     1726        return(NULL);
     1727      }
     1728      owl_function_change_style(owl_global_get_current_view(&g), argv[1]);
     1729      argc-=2;
     1730      argv+=2;
     1731    } else {
     1732      owl_function_makemsg("Too few argments to the view command");
     1733      return(NULL);
     1734    }
     1735   
     1736  }
     1737  return(NULL);
    16871738}
    16881739
     
    17221773      owl_function_show_keymap(argv[2]);
    17231774    }
     1775  } else if (!strcmp(argv[1], "view")) {
     1776    if (argc==3) {
     1777      owl_function_show_view(argv[2]);
     1778    } else {
     1779      owl_function_show_view(NULL);
     1780    }
    17241781  } else if (!strcmp(argv[1], "colors")) {
    17251782    owl_function_show_colors();
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