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;;; loadhist.el --- lisp functions for working with feature groups

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;; Author: Eric S. Raymond <esr@snark.thyrsus.com>
;; Maintainer: FSF
;; Keywords: internal

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;;; Commentary:

;; These functions exploit the load-history system variable.
;; Entry points include `unload-feature', `symbol-file', and
;; `feature-file', documented in the Emacs Lisp manual.

;;; Code:

(eval-when-compile (require 'cl))

(defun feature-symbols (feature)
  "Return the file and list of definitions associated with FEATURE.
The value is actually the element of `load-history'
for the file that did (provide FEATURE)."
   (catch 'foundit
     (mapc (lambda (x)
	     (if (member (cons 'provide feature) (cdr x))
		 (throw 'foundit x)))

(defun feature-file (feature)
  "Return the file name from which a given FEATURE was loaded.
Actually, return the load argument, if any; this is sometimes the name of a
Lisp file without an extension.  If the feature came from an `eval-buffer' on
a buffer with no associated file, or an `eval-region', return nil."
  (if (not (featurep feature))
      (error "%S is not a currently loaded feature" feature)
    (car (feature-symbols feature))))

(defun file-loadhist-lookup (file)
  "Return the `load-history' element for FILE.
FILE can be a file name, or a library name.
A library name is equivalent to the file name that `load-library' would load."
  ;; First look for FILE as given.
  (let ((symbols (assoc file load-history)))
    ;; Try converting a library name to an absolute file name.
    (and (null symbols)
	 (let ((absname
		(locate-file file load-path (get-load-suffixes))))
	   (and absname (not (equal absname file))
		(setq symbols (cdr (assoc absname load-history))))))

(defun file-provides (file)
  "Return the list of features provided by FILE as it was loaded.
FILE can be a file name, or a library name.
A library name is equivalent to the file name that `load-library' would load."
  (let ((symbols (file-loadhist-lookup file))
    (mapc (lambda (x)
	    (if (and (consp x) (eq (car x) 'provide))
		(setq provides (cons (cdr x) provides))))

(defun file-requires (file)
  "Return the list of features required by FILE as it was loaded.
FILE can be a file name, or a library name.
A library name is equivalent to the file name that `load-library' would load."
  (let ((symbols (file-loadhist-lookup file))
    (mapc (lambda (x)
	    (if (and (consp x) (eq (car x) 'require))
		(setq requires (cons (cdr x) requires))))

(defsubst file-set-intersect (p q)
  "Return the set intersection of two lists."
  (let ((ret nil))
    (dolist (x p ret)
      (if (memq x q) (setq ret (cons x ret))))

(defun file-dependents (file)
  "Return the list of loaded libraries that depend on FILE.
This can include FILE itself.
FILE can be a file name, or a library name.
A library name is equivalent to the file name that `load-library' would load."
  (let ((provides (file-provides file))
	(dependents nil))
    (dolist (x load-history dependents)
      (if (file-set-intersect provides (file-requires (car x)))
	  (setq dependents (cons (car x) dependents))))

(defun read-feature (prompt &optional loaded-p)
  "Read feature name from the minibuffer, prompting with string PROMPT.
If optional second arg LOADED-P is non-nil, the feature must be loaded
from a file."
   (completing-read prompt
		    (cons nil features)
		    (and loaded-p
			 #'(lambda (f)
			     (and f	; ignore nil
				  (feature-file f))))

(defvaralias 'loadhist-hook-functions 'unload-feature-special-hooks)
(defvar unload-feature-special-hooks
    after-insert-file-functions auto-fill-function
    before-change-functions blink-paren-function
    buffer-access-fontify-functions command-line-functions
    comment-indent-function kill-buffer-query-functions
    kill-emacs-query-functions lisp-indent-function
    redisplay-end-trigger-functions temp-buffer-show-function
    window-scroll-functions window-size-change-functions
  "A list of special hooks from Info node `(elisp)Standard Hooks'.

These are symbols with hook-type values whose names don't end in
`-hook' or `-hooks', from which `unload-feature' tries to remove
pertinent symbols.")

(defvar unload-hook-features-list nil
  "List of features of the package being unloaded.

This is meant to be used by FEATURE-unload-hook hooks, see the
documentation of `unload-feature' for details.")

(defun unload-feature (feature &optional force)
  "Unload the library that provided FEATURE, restoring all its autoloads.
If the feature is required by any other loaded code, and prefix arg FORCE
is nil, raise an error.

This function tries to undo modifications made by the package to
hooks.  Packages may define a hook FEATURE-unload-hook that is called
instead of the normal heuristics for doing this.  Such a hook should
undo all the relevant global state changes that may have been made by
loading the package or executing functions in it.  It has access to
the package's feature list (before anything is unbound) in the
variable `unload-hook-features-list' and could remove features from it
in the event that the package has done something normally-ill-advised,
such as redefining an Emacs function."
    (read-feature "Unload feature: " t)
  (unless (featurep feature)
    (error "%s is not a currently loaded feature" (symbol-name feature)))
  (unless force
    (let* ((file (feature-file feature))
	   (dependents (delete file (copy-sequence (file-dependents file)))))
      (when dependents
	(error "Loaded libraries %s depend on %s"
	       (prin1-to-string dependents) file))))
  (let* ((unload-hook-features-list (feature-symbols feature))
         (file (pop unload-hook-features-list))
	 ;; If non-nil, this is a symbol for which we should
	 ;; restore a previous autoload if possible.
         (unload-hook (intern-soft (concat (symbol-name feature)
    ;; Try to avoid losing badly when hooks installed in critical
    ;; places go away.  (Some packages install things on
    ;; `kill-buffer-hook', `activate-menubar-hook' and the like.)
    ;; First off, provide a clean way for package FOO to arrange
    ;; this by adding hooks on the variable `FOO-unload-hook'.
    (if unload-hook
        (run-hooks unload-hook)
      ;; Otherwise, do our best.  Look through the obarray for symbols
      ;; which seem to be hook variables or special hook functions and
      ;; remove anything from them which matches the feature-symbols
      ;; about to get zapped.  Obviously this won't get anonymous
      ;; functions which the package might just have installed, and
      ;; there might be other important state, but this tactic
      ;; normally works.
       (lambda (x)
         (when (and (boundp x)
		    (or (and (consp (symbol-value x)) ; Random hooks.
			     (string-match "-hooks?\\'" (symbol-name x)))
			(memq x unload-feature-special-hooks)))	; Known abnormal hooks etc.
	   (dolist (y unload-hook-features-list)
	     (when (and (eq (car-safe y) 'defun)
			(not (get (cdr y) 'autoload)))
	       (remove-hook x (cdr y)))))))
      ;; Remove any feature-symbols from auto-mode-alist as well.
      (dolist (y unload-hook-features-list)
	(when (and (eq (car-safe y) 'defun)
		   (not (get (cdr y) 'autoload)))
	  (setq auto-mode-alist
		(rassq-delete-all (cdr y) auto-mode-alist)))))
    (when (fboundp 'elp-restore-function) ; remove ELP stuff first
      (dolist (elt unload-hook-features-list)
	(when (symbolp elt)
	  (elp-restore-function elt))))

    (dolist (x unload-hook-features-list)
      (if (consp x)
	  (case (car x)
	   ;; Remove any feature names that this file provided.
	    (setq features (delq (cdr x) features)))
	   ((defun autoload)
	    (let ((fun (cdr x)))
	      (when (fboundp fun)
		(when (fboundp 'ad-unadvise)
		  (ad-unadvise fun))
		(let ((aload (get fun 'autoload)))
		  (if (and aload (eq fun restore-autoload))
                      (fset fun (cons 'autoload aload))
                    (fmakunbound fun))))))
	   ;; (t . SYMBOL) comes before (defun . SYMBOL)
	   ;; and says we should restore SYMBOL's autoload
	   ;; when we undefine it.
	   ((t) (setq restore-autoload (cdr x)))
           ((require defface) nil)
	   (t (message "Unexpected element %s in load-history" x)))
	;; Kill local values as much as possible.
	(dolist (buf (buffer-list))
	  (with-current-buffer buf
            (if (and (boundp x) (timerp (symbol-value x)))
                (cancel-timer (symbol-value x)))
	    (kill-local-variable x)))
        (if (and (boundp x) (timerp (symbol-value x)))
            (cancel-timer (symbol-value x)))
	;; Get rid of the default binding if we can.
	(unless (local-variable-if-set-p x)
	  (makunbound x))))
    ;; Delete the load-history element for this file.
    (setq load-history (delq (assoc file load-history) load-history)))
  ;; Don't return load-history, it is not useful.

(provide 'loadhist)

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;;; loadhist.el ends here