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;;; antlr-mode.el --- major mode for ANTLR grammar files

;; Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
;; Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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;; Keywords: languages, ANTLR, code generator
;; Version: (see `antlr-version' below)
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;;; Commentary:

;; The Emacs package ANTLR-Mode provides: syntax highlighting for ANTLR grammar
;; files, automatic indentation, menus containing rule/token definitions and
;; supported options and various other things like running ANTLR from within
;; Emacs.

;; For details, check <> or, if you prefer
;; the manual style, follow all commands mentioned in the documentation of
;; `antlr-mode'.  ANTLR is a LL(k)-based recognition tool which generates
;; lexers, parsers and tree transformers in Java, C++ or Sather and can be
;; found at <>.

;; Bug fixes, bug reports, improvements, and suggestions for the newest version
;; are strongly appreciated.

;; To-do/Wish-list:
;;  * Next Version [C-c C-w].  Produce HTML document with syntax highlighted
;;    and hyper-links (using htmlize).
;;  * Next Version [C-c C-u].  Insert/update special comments: each rule lists
;;    all rules which use the current rule.  With font-lock update.
;;  * Next Version.  Make hiding much more customizable.
;;  * Planned [C-c C-j].  Jump to generated coding.
;;  * Planned.  Further support for imenu, i.e., include entries for method
;;    definitions at beginning of grammar class.
;;  * Planned [C-c C-p].  Pack/unpack rule/subrule & options (one/multi-line).
;;  * Probably.  Show rules/dependencies for ANT like for Makefile (does ANT
;;    support vocabularies and grammar inheritance?), I have to look at
;;    jde-ant.el:
;;  * Probably.  Make `indent-region' faster, especially in actions.  ELP
;;    profiling in a class init action shows half the time is spent in
;;    `antlr-next-rule', the other half in `c-guess-basic-syntax'.
;;  * Unlikely.  Sather as generated language with syntax highlighting etc/.
;;    Questions/problems: is sather-mode.el the standard mode for sather, is it
;;    still supported, what is its relationship to eiffel3.el?  Requirement:
;;    this mode must not depend on a Sather mode.
;;  * Unlikely.  Faster syntax highlighting: sectionize the buffer into Antlr
;;    and action code and run special highlighting functions on these regions.
;;    Problems: code size, this mode would depend on font-lock internals.

;;; Installation:

;; This file requires Emacs-20.3, XEmacs-20.4 or higher and package cc-mode.

;; If antlr-mode is not part of your distribution, put this file into your
;; load-path and the following into your ~/.emacs:
;;   (autoload 'antlr-mode "antlr-mode" nil t)
;;   (setq auto-mode-alist (cons '("\\.g\\'" . antlr-mode) auto-mode-alist))
;;   (add-hook 'speedbar-load-hook  ; would be too late in antlr-mode.el
;;	       (lambda () (speedbar-add-supported-extension ".g")))

;; I strongly recommend to use font-lock with a support mode like fast-lock,
;; lazy-lock or better jit-lock (Emacs-21.1+) / lazy-shot (XEmacs).

;; To customize, use menu item "Antlr" -> "Customize Antlr".

;;; Code:

(provide 'antlr-mode)
(require 'easymenu)

;; General Emacs/XEmacs-compatibility compile-time macros
  (require 'cl)
  (defmacro cond-emacs-xemacs (&rest args)
     args "`cond-emacs-xemacs' must return exactly one element"))
  (defun cond-emacs-xemacs-macfn (args &optional msg)
    (if (atom args) args
      (and (eq (car args) :@) (null msg) ; (:@ ...spliced...)
	   (setq args (cdr args)
		 msg "(:@ ....) must return exactly one element"))
      (let ((ignore (if (string-match "XEmacs" emacs-version) :EMACS :XEMACS))
	    (mode :BOTH) code)
	(while (consp args)
	  (if (memq (car args) '(:EMACS :XEMACS :BOTH)) (setq mode (pop args)))
	  (if (atom args)
	      (or args (error "Used selector %s without elements" mode))
	    (or (eq ignore mode)
		(push (cond-emacs-xemacs-macfn (car args)) code))
	    (pop args)))
	(cond (msg (if (or args (cdr code)) (error msg) (car code)))
	      ((or (null args) (eq ignore mode)) (nreverse code))
	      (t (nconc (nreverse code) args))))))
  ;; Emacs/XEmacs-compatibility `defun': remove interactive "_" for Emacs, use
  ;; existing functions when they are `fboundp', provide shortcuts if they are
  ;; known to be defined in a specific Emacs branch (for short .elc)
  (defmacro defunx (name arglist &rest definition)
    (let ((xemacsp (string-match "XEmacs" emacs-version)) reuses)
      (while (memq (car definition)
		   '(:try :emacs-and-try :xemacs-and-try))
	(if (eq (pop definition) (if xemacsp :xemacs-and-try :emacs-and-try))
	    (setq reuses (car definition)
		  definition nil)
	  (push (pop definition) reuses)))
      (if (and reuses (symbolp reuses))
	  `(defalias ',name ',reuses)
	(let* ((docstring (if (stringp (car definition)) (pop definition)))
	       (spec (and (not xemacsp)
			  (eq (car-safe (car definition)) 'interactive)
			  (null (cddar definition))
			  (cadar definition))))
	  (if (and (stringp spec)
		   (not (string-equal spec ""))
		   (eq (aref spec 0) ?_))
	      (setq definition
		    (cons (if (string-equal spec "_")
			    `(interactive ,(substring spec 1)))
			  (cdr definition))))
	  (if (null reuses)
	      `(defun ,name ,arglist ,docstring
		 ,@(cond-emacs-xemacs-macfn definition))
	    ;; no dynamic docstring in this case
	    `(eval-and-compile		; no warnings in Emacs
	       (defalias ',name
		 (cond ,@(mapcar (lambda (func) `((fboundp ',func) ',func))
				 (nreverse reuses))
		       (t ,(if definition
			       `(lambda ,arglist ,docstring
				  ,@(cond-emacs-xemacs-macfn definition))
  (defmacro ignore-errors-x (&rest body)
    (let ((specials '((scan-sexps . 4) (scan-lists . 5)))
	  spec nils)
      (if (and (string-match "XEmacs" emacs-version)
	       (null (cdr body)) (consp (car body))
	       (setq spec (assq (caar body) specials))
	       (>= (setq nils (- (cdr spec) (length (car body)))) 0))
	  `(,@(car body) ,@(make-list nils nil) t)
	`(ignore-errors ,@body)))))

;; More compile-time-macros
  (defmacro save-buffer-state-x (&rest body) ; similar to EMACS/lazy-lock.el
    (let ((modified (with-no-warnings (gensym "save-buffer-state-x-modified-"))))
      `(let ((,modified (buffer-modified-p)))
	     (let ((buffer-undo-list t) (inhibit-read-only t)
		   ,@(unless (string-match "XEmacs" emacs-version)
		       '((inhibit-point-motion-hooks t) deactivate-mark))
		   before-change-functions after-change-functions
		   buffer-file-name buffer-file-truename)
	   (and (not ,modified) (buffer-modified-p)
		(set-buffer-modified-p nil)))))))
(put 'save-buffer-state-x 'lisp-indent-function 0)

;; get rid of byte-compile warnings
(eval-when-compile			; required and optional libraries
  (require 'cc-mode)
  (ignore-errors (require 'font-lock))
  (ignore-errors (require 'compile))
  ;;(ignore-errors (defun c-init-language-vars))) dangerous on Emacs!
  ;;(ignore-errors (defun c-init-c-language-vars))) dangerous on Emacs!
  ;;(ignore-errors (defun c-basic-common-init))   dangerous on Emacs!
  (defvar outline-level) (defvar imenu-use-markers)
  (defvar imenu-create-index-function))

;; We cannot use `c-forward-syntactic-ws' directly since it is a macro since
;; cc-mode-5.30 => antlr-mode compiled with older cc-mode would fail (macro
;; call) when used with newer cc-mode.  Also, antlr-mode compiled with newer
;; cc-mode would fail (undefined `c-forward-sws') when used with older cc-mode.
;; Additional to the `defalias' below, we must set `antlr-c-forward-sws' to
;; `c-forward-syntactic-ws' when `c-forward-sws' is not defined after requiring
;; cc-mode.
(defalias 'antlr-c-forward-sws 'c-forward-sws)

;;;;  Variables

(defgroup antlr nil
  "Major mode for ANTLR grammar files."
  :group 'languages
  :link '(emacs-commentary-link "antlr-mode.el")
  :link '(url-link "")
  :prefix "antlr-")

(defconst antlr-version "2.2c"
  "ANTLR major mode version number.
Check <> for the newest.")

;;;  Controlling ANTLR's code generator (language option)

(defvar antlr-language nil
  "Major mode corresponding to ANTLR's \"language\" option.
Set via `antlr-language-alist'.  The only useful place to change this
buffer-local variable yourself is in `antlr-mode-hook' or in the \"local
variable list\" near the end of the file, see

(defcustom antlr-language-alist
  '((java-mode "Java" nil "\"Java\"" "Java")
    (c++-mode "C++" "\"Cpp\"" "Cpp"))
  "List of ANTLR's supported languages.
Each element in this list looks like

MAJOR-MODE, the major mode of the code in the grammar's actions, is the
value of `antlr-language' if the first group in the string matched by
REGEXP in `antlr-language-limit-n-regexp' is one of the OPTION-VALUEs.
An OPTION-VALUE of nil denotes the fallback element.  MODELINE-STRING is
also displayed in the modeline next to \"Antlr\"."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(repeat (group :value (java-mode "")
			(function :tag "Major mode")
			(string :tag "Modeline string")
			(repeat :tag "ANTLR language option" :inline t
				(choice (const :tag "Default" nil)
					string )))))

(defcustom antlr-language-limit-n-regexp
  '(8192 . "language[ \t]*=[ \t]*\\(\"?[A-Z][A-Za-z_]*\"?\\)")
  "Used to set a reasonable value for `antlr-language'.
Looks like \(LIMIT \. REGEXP).  Search for REGEXP from the beginning of
the buffer to LIMIT and use the first group in the matched string to set
the language according to `antlr-language-alist'."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(cons (choice :tag "Limit" (const :tag "No" nil) (integer :value 0))

;;;  Hide/Unhide, Indent/Tabs

(defcustom antlr-action-visibility 3
  "Visibility of actions when command `antlr-hide-actions' is used.
If nil, the actions with their surrounding braces are hidden.  If a
number, do not hide the braces, only hide the contents if its length is
greater than this number."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(choice (const :tag "Completely hidden" nil)
		 (integer :tag "Hidden if longer than" :value 3)))

(defcustom antlr-indent-comment 'tab
  "*Non-nil, if the indentation should touch lines in block comments.
If nil, no continuation line of a block comment is changed.  If t, they
are changed according to `c-indentation-line'.  When not nil and not t,
they are only changed by \\[antlr-indent-command]."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(radio (const :tag "No" nil)
		(const :tag "Always" t)
		(sexp :tag "With TAB" :format "%t" :value tab)))

(defcustom antlr-tab-offset-alist
  '((antlr-mode nil 4 nil)
    (java-mode "antlr" 4 nil))
  "Alist to determine whether to use ANTLR's convention for TABs.
The first element whose MAJOR-MODE is nil or equal to `major-mode' and
whose REGEXP is nil or matches variable `buffer-file-name' is used to
set `tab-width' and `indent-tabs-mode'.  This is useful to support both
ANTLR's and Java's indentation styles.  Used by `antlr-set-tabs'."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(repeat (group :value (antlr-mode nil 8 nil)
			(choice (const :tag "All" nil)
				(function :tag "Major mode"))
			(choice (const :tag "All" nil) regexp)
			(integer :tag "Tab width")
			(boolean :tag "Indent-tabs-mode"))))

(defcustom antlr-indent-style "java"
  "*If non-nil, cc-mode indentation style used for `antlr-mode'.
See `c-set-style' and for details, where the most interesting part in
`c-style-alist' is the value of `c-basic-offset'."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(choice (const nil) regexp))

(defcustom antlr-indent-item-regexp
  "[]}):;|&]" ; & is local ANTLR extension (SGML's and-connector)
  "Regexp matching lines which should be indented by one TAB less.
See `antlr-indent-line' and command \\[antlr-indent-command]."
  :group 'antlr
  :type 'regexp)

(defcustom antlr-indent-at-bol-alist
  ;; eval-when-compile not usable with defcustom...
  '((java-mode . "\\(package\\|import\\)\\>")
    (c++-mode . "#\\(assert\\|cpu\\|define\\|endif\\|el\\(if\\|se\\)\\|i\\(dent\\|f\\(def\\|ndef\\)?\\|mport\\|nclude\\(_next\\)?\\)\\|line\\|machine\\|pragma\\|system\\|un\\(assert\\|def\\)\\|warning\\)\\>"))
  "Alist of regexps matching lines are indented at column 0.
Each element in this list looks like (MODE . REGEXP) where MODE is a
function and REGEXP is a regular expression.

If `antlr-language' equals to a MODE, the line starting at the first
non-whitespace is matched by the corresponding REGEXP, and the line is
part of a header action, indent the line at column 0 instead according
to the normal rules of `antlr-indent-line'."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(repeat (cons (function :tag "Major mode") regexp)))

;; adopt indentation to cc-engine
(defvar antlr-disabling-cc-syntactic-symbols
    defun-block-intro topmost-intro statement-case-intro member-init-intro
    arglist-intro brace-list-intro knr-argdecl-intro inher-intro
    block-close defun-close class-close brace-list-close arglist-close
    inline-close extern-lang-close namespace-close))

;;;  Options: customization

(defcustom antlr-options-use-submenus t
  "*Non-nil, if the major mode menu should include option submenus.
If nil, the menu just includes a command to insert options.  Otherwise,
it includes four submenus to insert file/grammar/rule/subrule options."
  :group 'antlr
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom antlr-tool-version 20701
  "*The version number of the Antlr tool.
The value is an integer of the form XYYZZ which stands for vX.YY.ZZ.
This variable is used to warn about non-supported options and to supply
version correct option values when using \\[antlr-insert-option].

Don't use a number smaller than 20600 since the stored history of
Antlr's options starts with v2.06.00, see `antlr-options-alists'.  You
can make this variable buffer-local."
  :group 'antlr
  :type 'integer)

(defcustom antlr-options-auto-colon t
  "*Non-nil, if `:' is inserted with a rule or subrule options section.
A `:' is only inserted if this value is non-nil, if a rule or subrule
option is inserted with \\[antlr-insert-option], if there was no rule or
subrule options section before, and if a `:' is not already present
after the section, ignoring whitespace, comments and the init action."
  :group 'antlr
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom antlr-options-style nil
  "List of symbols which determine the style of option values.
If a style symbol is present, the corresponding option value is put into
quotes, i.e., represented as a string, otherwise it is represented as an

The only style symbol used in the default value of `antlr-options-alist'
is `language-as-string'.  See also `antlr-read-value'."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(repeat (symbol :tag "Style symbol")))

(defcustom antlr-options-push-mark t
  "*Non-nil, if inserting an option should set & push mark.
If nil, never set mark when inserting an option with command
\\[antlr-insert-option].  If t, always set mark via `push-mark'.  If a
number, only set mark if point was outside the options area before and
the number of lines between point and the insert position is greater
than this value.  Otherwise, only set mark if point was outside the
options area before."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(radio (const :tag "No" nil)
		(const :tag "Always" t)
		(integer :tag "Lines between" :value 10)
		(sexp :tag "If outside options" :format "%t" :value outside)))

(defcustom antlr-options-assign-string " = "
  "*String containing `=' to use between option name and value.
This string is only used if the option to insert did not exist before
or if there was no `=' after it.  In other words, the spacing around an
existing `=' won't be changed when changing an option value."
  :group 'antlr
  :type 'string)

;;;  Options: definitions

(defvar antlr-options-headings '("file" "grammar" "rule" "subrule")
  "Headings for the four different option kinds.
The standard value is (\"file\" \"grammar\" \"rule\" \"subrule\").  See

(defvar antlr-options-alists
  '(;; file options ----------------------------------------------------------
    (("language" antlr-language-option-extra
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Generated language: " language-as-string
	     (("Java") ("Cpp") ("HTML") ("Diagnostic")))
      (20700 antlr-read-value
	     "Generated language: " language-as-string
	     (("Java") ("Cpp") ("HTML") ("Diagnostic") ("Sather"))))
     ("mangleLiteralPrefix" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Prefix for literals (default LITERAL_): " t))
     ("namespace" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20700 antlr-read-value
	     "Wrap generated C++ code in namespace: " t))
     ("namespaceStd" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20701 antlr-read-value
	     "Replace ANTLR_USE_NAMESPACE(std) by: " t))
     ("namespaceAntlr" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20701 antlr-read-value
	     "Replace ANTLR_USE_NAMESPACE(antlr) by: " t))
     ("genHashLines" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20701 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Include #line in generated C++ code? "))
    ;; grammar options --------------------------------------------------------
    (("k" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Lookahead depth: "))
     ("importVocab" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Import vocabulary: "))
     ("exportVocab" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Export vocabulary: "))
     ("testLiterals" nil		; lexer only
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Test each token against literals table? "))
     ("defaultErrorHandler" nil		; not for lexer
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Generate default exception handler for each rule? "))
     ("codeGenMakeSwitchThreshold" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Min number of alternatives for 'switch': "))
     ("codeGenBitsetTestThreshold" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Min size of lookahead set for bitset test: "))
     ("analyzerDebug" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Display debugging info during grammar analysis? "))
     ("codeGenDebug" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Display debugging info during code generation? "))
     ("buildAST" nil			; not for lexer
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Use automatic AST construction/transformation? "))
     ("ASTLabelType" nil		; not for lexer
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "Class of user-defined AST node: " t))
     ("charVocabulary" nil		; lexer only
      (20600 nil
	     "Insert character vocabulary"))
     ("interactive" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Generate interactive lexer/parser? "))
     ("caseSensitive" nil		; lexer only
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Case significant when matching characters? "))
     ("caseSensitiveLiterals" nil	; lexer only
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Case significant when testing literals table? "))
     ("classHeaderSuffix" nil
      (20600 nil
	     "Additional string for grammar class definition"))
     ("filter" nil			; lexer only
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Skip rule (the name, true or false): "
     ("namespace" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20700 antlr-read-value
	     "Wrap generated C++ code for grammar in namespace: " t))
     ("namespaceStd" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20701 antlr-read-value
	     "Replace ANTLR_USE_NAMESPACE(std) by: " t))
     ("namespaceAntlr" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20701 antlr-read-value
	     "Replace ANTLR_USE_NAMESPACE(antlr) by: " t))
     ("genHashLines" antlr-c++-mode-extra
      (20701 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Include #line in generated C++ code? "))
;;;     ("autoTokenDef" nil		; parser only
;;;      (80000 antlr-read-boolean		; default: true
;;;	     "Automatically define referenced token? "))
;;;     ("keywordsMeltTo" nil		; parser only
;;;      (80000 antlr-read-value
;;;	     "Change non-matching keywords to token type: "))
    ;; rule options ----------------------------------------------------------
    (("testLiterals" nil		; lexer only
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Test this token against literals table? "))
     ("defaultErrorHandler" nil		; not for lexer
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Generate default exception handler for this rule? "))
     ("ignore" nil			; lexer only
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "In this rule, ignore tokens of type: " nil
     ("paraphrase" nil			; lexer only
      (20600 antlr-read-value
	     "In messages, replace name of this token by: " t))
    ;; subrule options -------------------------------------------------------
    (("warnWhenFollowAmbig" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Display warnings for ambiguities with FOLLOW? "))
     ("generateAmbigWarnings" nil
      (20600 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Display warnings for ambiguities? "))
     ("greedy" nil
      (20700 antlr-read-boolean
	     "Make this optional/loop subrule greedy? "))
  "Definitions for Antlr's options of all four different kinds.

The value looks like \(FILE GRAMMAR RULE SUBRULE) where each FILE,
GRAMMAR, RULE, and SUBRULE is a list of option definitions of the
corresponding kind, i.e., looks like \(OPTION-DEF...).

defines a file/grammar/rule/subrule option with name OPTION-NAME.  The
OPTION-NAMEs are used for the creation of the \"Insert XXX Option\"
submenus, see `antlr-options-use-submenus', and to allow to insert the
option name with completion when using \\[antlr-insert-option].

If EXTRA-FN is a function, it is called at different phases of the
insertion with arguments \(PHASE OPTION-NAME).  PHASE can have the
values `before-input' or `after-insertion', additional phases might be
defined in future versions of this mode.  The phase `before-input'
occurs before the user is asked to insert a value.  The phase
`after-insertion' occurs after the option value has been inserted.
EXTRA-FN might be called with additional arguments in future versions of
this mode.

Each specification VALUE-SPEC looks like \(VERSION READ-FN ARG...).  The
last VALUE-SPEC in an OPTION-DEF whose VERSION is smaller or equal to
`antlr-tool-version' specifies how the user is asked for the value of
the option.

If READ-FN is nil, the only ARG is a string which is printed at the echo
area to guide the user what to insert at point.  Otherwise, READ-FN is
called with arguments \(INIT-VALUE ARG...) to get the new value of the
option.  INIT-VALUE is the old value of the option or nil.

The standard value contains the following functions as READ-FN:
`antlr-read-value' with ARGs = \(PROMPT AS-STRING TABLE) which reads a
general value, or `antlr-read-boolean' with ARGs = \(PROMPT TABLE) which
reads a boolean value or a member of TABLE.  PROMPT is the prompt when
asking for a new value.  If non-nil, TABLE is a table for completion or
a function evaluating to such a table.  The return value is quoted iff
AS-STRING is non-nil and is either t or a symbol which is a member of

;;;  Run tool, create Makefile dependencies

(defcustom antlr-tool-command "java antlr.Tool"
  "*Command used in \\[antlr-run-tool] to run the Antlr tool.
This variable should include all options passed to Antlr except the
option \"-glib\" which is automatically suggested if necessary."
  :group 'antlr
  :type 'string)

(defcustom antlr-ask-about-save t
  "*If not nil, \\[antlr-run-tool] asks which buffers to save.
Otherwise, it saves all modified buffers before running without asking."
  :group 'antlr
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom antlr-makefile-specification
  '("\n" ("GENS" "GENS%d" " \\\n\t") "$(ANTLR)")
  "*Variable to specify the appearance of the generated makefile rules.
This variable influences the output of \\[antlr-show-makefile-rules].

RULE-SEP is the string to separate different makefile rules.  COMMAND is
a string with the command which runs the Antlr tool, it should include
all options except the option \"-glib\" which is automatically added
if necessary.

If GEN-VAR-SPEC is nil, each target directly consists of a list of
files.  If GEN-VAR-SPEC looks like \(GEN-VAR GEN-VAR-FORMAT GEN-SEP), a
Makefile variable is created for each rule target.

Then, GEN-VAR is a string with the name of the variable which contains
the file names of all makefile rules.  GEN-VAR-FORMAT is a format string
producing the variable of each target with substitution COUNT/%d where
COUNT starts with 1.  GEN-SEP is used to separate long variable values."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(list (string :tag "Rule separator")
		(const :tag "Direct targets" nil)
		(list :tag "Variables for targets"
		      (string :tag "Variable for all targets")
		      (string :tag "Format for each target variable")
		      (string :tag "Variable separator")))
	       (string :tag "ANTLR command")))

(defvar antlr-file-formats-alist
  '((java-mode ("") (""))
    (c++-mode ("%sTokenTypes.hpp") ("%s.cpp" "%s.hpp")))
  "Language dependent formats which specify generated files.
Each element in this list looks looks like

The element whose MAJOR-MODE is equal to `antlr-language' is used to
specify the generated files which are language dependent.  See variable
`antlr-special-file-formats' for language independent files.

VOCAB-FILE-FORMAT is a format string, it specifies with substitution
VOCAB/%s the generated file for each export vocabulary VOCAB.
CLASS-FILE-FORMAT is a format string, it specifies with substitution
CLASS/%s the generated file for each grammar class CLASS.")

(defvar antlr-special-file-formats '("%sTokenTypes.txt" "expanded%s.g")
  "Language independent formats which specify generated files.

VOCAB-FILE-FORMAT is a format string, it specifies with substitution
VOCAB/%s the generated or input file for each export or import
vocabulary VOCAB, respectively.  EXPANDED-GRAMMAR-FORMAT is a format
string, it specifies with substitution GRAMMAR/%s the constructed
grammar file if the file GRAMMAR.g contains a grammar class which
extends a class other than \"Lexer\", \"Parser\" or \"TreeParser\".

See variable `antlr-file-formats-alist' for language dependent

(defvar antlr-unknown-file-formats '("?%s?.g" "?%s?")
  "*Formats which specify the names of unknown files.

SUPER-GRAMMAR-FORMAT is a format string, it specifies with substitution
SUPER/%s the name of a grammar file for Antlr's option \"-glib\" if no
grammar file in the current directory defines the class SUPER or if it
is defined more than once.  SUPER-EVOCAB-FORMAT is a format string, it
specifies with substitution SUPER/%s the name for the export vocabulary
of above mentioned class SUPER.")

(defvar antlr-help-unknown-file-text
  "## The following rules contain filenames of the form
##  \"?SUPERCLASS?.g\" (and \"?SUPERCLASS?TokenTypes.txt\")
## where SUPERCLASS is not found to be defined in any grammar file of
## the current directory or is defined more than once.  Please replace
## these filenames by the grammar files (and their exportVocab).\n\n"
  "String indicating the existence of unknown files in the Makefile.
See \\[antlr-show-makefile-rules] and `antlr-unknown-file-formats'.")

(defvar antlr-help-rules-intro
  "The following Makefile rules define the dependencies for all (non-
expanded) grammars in directory \"%s\".\n
They are stored in the kill-ring, i.e., you can insert them with C-y
into your Makefile.  You can also invoke M-x antlr-show-makefile-rules
from within a Makefile to insert them directly.\n\n\n"
  "Introduction to use with \\[antlr-show-makefile-rules].
It is a format string and used with substitution DIRECTORY/%s where
DIRECTORY is the name of the current directory.")

;;;  Menu

(defcustom antlr-imenu-name t ; (featurep 'xemacs) ; TODO: Emacs-21 bug?
  "*Non-nil, if a \"Index\" menu should be added to the menubar.
If it is a string, it is used instead \"Index\".  Requires package
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(choice (const :tag "No menu" nil)
		 (const :tag "Index menu" t)
		 (string :tag "Other menu name")))

(defvar antlr-mode-map
  (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap)))
    (define-key map "\t" 'antlr-indent-command)
    (define-key map "\e\C-a" 'antlr-beginning-of-rule)
    (define-key map "\e\C-e" 'antlr-end-of-rule)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-a" 'antlr-beginning-of-body)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-e" 'antlr-end-of-body)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-f" 'c-forward-into-nomenclature)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-b" 'c-backward-into-nomenclature)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-c" 'comment-region)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-v" 'antlr-hide-actions)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-r" 'antlr-run-tool)
    (define-key map "\C-c\C-o" 'antlr-insert-option)
    ;; I'm too lazy to define my own:
    (define-key map "\ea" 'c-beginning-of-statement)
    (define-key map "\ee" 'c-end-of-statement)
    ;; electric keys:
    (define-key map ":" 'antlr-electric-character)
    (define-key map ";" 'antlr-electric-character)
    (define-key map "|" 'antlr-electric-character)
    (define-key map "&" 'antlr-electric-character)
    (define-key map "(" 'antlr-electric-character)
    (define-key map ")" 'antlr-electric-character)
    (define-key map "{" 'antlr-electric-character)
    (define-key map "}" 'antlr-electric-character)
  "Keymap used in `antlr-mode' buffers.")

(easy-menu-define antlr-mode-menu antlr-mode-map
  "Major mode menu."
    ,@(if (cond-emacs-xemacs
	   :EMACS (and antlr-options-use-submenus
		       (>= emacs-major-version 21))
	   :XEMACS antlr-options-use-submenus)
	  `(("Insert File Option"
	     :filter ,(lambda (x) (antlr-options-menu-filter 1 x)))
	    ("Insert Grammar Option"
	     :filter ,(lambda (x) (antlr-options-menu-filter 2 x)))
	    ("Insert Rule Option"
	     :filter ,(lambda (x) (antlr-options-menu-filter 3 x)))
	    ("Insert Subrule Option"
	     :filter ,(lambda (x) (antlr-options-menu-filter 4 x)))
	'(["Insert Option" antlr-insert-option
	   :active (not buffer-read-only)]))
     ["Backward Rule" antlr-beginning-of-rule t]
     ["Forward Rule" antlr-end-of-rule t]
     ["Start of Rule Body" antlr-beginning-of-body
      :active (antlr-inside-rule-p)]
     ["End of Rule Body" antlr-end-of-body
      :active (antlr-inside-rule-p)]
     ["Backward Statement" c-beginning-of-statement t]
     ["Forward Statement" c-end-of-statement t]
     ["Backward Into Nomencl." c-backward-into-nomenclature t]
     ["Forward Into Nomencl." c-forward-into-nomenclature t])
    ["Indent Region" indent-region
     :active (and (not buffer-read-only) (c-region-is-active-p))]
    ["Comment Out Region" comment-region
     :active (and (not buffer-read-only) (c-region-is-active-p))]
    ["Uncomment Region"
     (comment-region (region-beginning) (region-end) '(4))
     :active (and (not buffer-read-only) (c-region-is-active-p))]
    ["Hide Actions (incl. Args)" antlr-hide-actions t]
    ["Hide Actions (excl. Args)" (antlr-hide-actions 2) t]
    ["Unhide All Actions" (antlr-hide-actions 0) t]
    ["Run Tool on Grammar" antlr-run-tool t]
    ["Show Makefile Rules" antlr-show-makefile-rules t]
    ["Customize Antlr" (customize-group 'antlr) t]))

;;;  font-lock

(defcustom antlr-font-lock-maximum-decoration 'inherit
  "*The maximum decoration level for fontifying actions.
Value `none' means, do not fontify actions, just normal grammar code
according to `antlr-font-lock-additional-keywords'.  Value `inherit'
means, use value of `font-lock-maximum-decoration'.  Any other value is
interpreted as in `font-lock-maximum-decoration' with no level-0
fontification, see `antlr-font-lock-keywords-alist'.

While calculating the decoration level for actions, `major-mode' is
bound to `antlr-language'.  For example, with value
  \((java-mode \. 2) (c++-mode \. 0))
Java actions are fontified with level 2 and C++ actions are not
fontified at all."
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(choice (const :tag "None" none)
		 (const :tag "Inherit" inherit)
		 (const :tag "Default" nil)
		 (const :tag "Maximum" t)
		 (integer :tag "Level" 1)
		 (repeat :menu-tag "Mode specific" :tag "Mode specific"
			 :value ((t . t))
			 (cons :tag "Instance"
			       (radio :tag "Mode"
				      (const :tag "All" t)
				      (symbol :tag "Name"))
			       (radio :tag "Decoration"
				      (const :tag "Default" nil)
				      (const :tag "Maximum" t)
				      (integer :tag "Level" 1))))))

(defconst antlr-no-action-keywords nil
  ;; Using nil directly won't work (would use highest level, see
  ;; `font-lock-choose-keywords'), but a non-symbol, i.e., (list), at `car'
  ;; would break Emacs-21.0:
  "Empty font-lock keywords for actions.
Do not change the value of this constant.")

(defvar antlr-font-lock-keywords-alist
     java-font-lock-keywords-1 java-font-lock-keywords-2
     c++-font-lock-keywords-1 c++-font-lock-keywords-2
  "List of font-lock keywords for actions in the grammar.
Each element in this list looks like

If `antlr-language' is equal to MAJOR-MODE, the KEYWORDs are the
font-lock keywords according to `font-lock-defaults' used for the code
in the grammar's actions and semantic predicates, see

(defvar antlr-default-face 'antlr-default)
(defface antlr-default '((t nil))
  "Face to prevent strings from language dependent highlighting.
Do not change."
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-default-face 'face-alias 'antlr-default)

(defvar antlr-keyword-face 'antlr-keyword)
(defface antlr-keyword
   '((((class color) (background light))
      (:foreground "black" :EMACS :weight bold :XEMACS :bold t))))
  "ANTLR keywords."
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-keyword-face 'face-alias 'antlr-keyword)

(defvar antlr-syntax-face 'antlr-keyword)
(defface antlr-syntax
   '((((class color) (background light))
      (:foreground "black" :EMACS :weight bold :XEMACS :bold t))))
  "ANTLR syntax symbols like :, |, (, ), ...."
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-syntax-face 'face-alias 'antlr-syntax)

(defvar antlr-ruledef-face 'antlr-ruledef)
(defface antlr-ruledef
   '((((class color) (background light))
      (:foreground "blue" :EMACS :weight bold :XEMACS :bold t))))
  "ANTLR rule references (definition)."
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-ruledef-face 'face-alias 'antlr-ruledef)

(defvar antlr-tokendef-face 'antlr-tokendef)
(defface antlr-tokendef
   '((((class color) (background light))
      (:foreground "blue" :EMACS :weight bold :XEMACS :bold t))))
  "ANTLR token references (definition)."
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-tokendef-face 'face-alias 'antlr-tokendef)

(defvar antlr-ruleref-face 'antlr-ruleref)
(defface antlr-ruleref
  '((((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "blue4")))
  "ANTLR rule references (usage)."
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-ruleref-face 'face-alias 'antlr-ruleref)

(defvar antlr-tokenref-face 'antlr-tokenref)
(defface antlr-tokenref
  '((((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "orange4")))
  "ANTLR token references (usage)."
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-tokenref-face 'face-alias 'antlr-tokenref)

(defvar antlr-literal-face 'antlr-literal)
(defface antlr-literal
   '((((class color) (background light))
      (:foreground "brown4" :EMACS :weight bold :XEMACS :bold t))))
  "ANTLR special literal tokens.
It is used to highlight strings matched by the first regexp group of
  :group 'antlr)
;; backward-compatibility alias
(put 'antlr-font-lock-literal-face 'face-alias 'antlr-literal)

(defcustom antlr-font-lock-literal-regexp "\"\\(\\sw\\(\\sw\\|-\\)*\\)\""
  "Regexp matching literals with special syntax highlighting, or nil.
If nil, there is no special syntax highlighting for some literals.
Otherwise, it should be a regular expression which must contain a regexp
group.  The string matched by the first group is highlighted with
  :group 'antlr
  :type '(choice (const :tag "None" nil) regexp))

(defvar antlr-class-header-regexp
  "\\(class\\)[ \t]+\\([A-Za-z\300-\326\330-\337]\\sw*\\)[ \t]+\\(extends\\)[ \t]+\\([A-Za-z\300-\326\330-\337]\\sw*\\)[ \t]*;"
  "Regexp matching class headers.")

(defvar antlr-font-lock-additional-keywords
     ("\\$setType[ \t]*(\\([A-Za-z\300-\326\330-\337]\\sw*\\))"
      (1 antlr-tokendef-face))
     ("\\$\\sw+" (0 keyword-face))
     ;; the tokens are already fontified as string/docstrings:
     (,(lambda (limit)
	 (if antlr-font-lock-literal-regexp
	     (antlr-re-search-forward antlr-font-lock-literal-regexp limit)))
      (1 antlr-literal-face t)
      :XEMACS (0 nil))			; XEmacs bug workaround
     (,(lambda (limit)
	 (antlr-re-search-forward antlr-class-header-regexp limit))
      (1 antlr-keyword-face)
      (2 antlr-ruledef-face)
      (3 antlr-keyword-face)
      (4 (if (member (match-string 4) '("Lexer" "Parser" "TreeParser"))
     (,(lambda (limit)
     (1 antlr-keyword-face))
     (,(lambda (limit)
	  "^\\(private\\|public\\|protected\\)\\>[ \t]*\\(\\(\\sw+[ \t]*\\(:\\)?\\)\\)?"
     (1 font-lock-type-face)		; not XEmacs' java level-3 fruit salad
     (3 (if (antlr-upcase-p (char-after (match-beginning 3)))
	  antlr-ruledef-face) nil t)
     (4 antlr-syntax-face nil t))
     (,(lambda (limit)
	 (antlr-re-search-forward "^\\(\\sw+\\)[ \t]*\\(:\\)?" limit))
     (1 (if (antlr-upcase-p (char-after (match-beginning 0)))
	  antlr-ruledef-face) nil t)
     (2 antlr-syntax-face nil t))
     (,(lambda (limit)
	 ;; v:ruleref and v:"literal" is allowed...
	 (antlr-re-search-forward "\\(\\sw+\\)[ \t]*\\([=:]\\)?" limit))
     (1 (if (match-beginning 2)
	    (if (eq (char-after (match-beginning 2)) ?=)
	  (if (antlr-upcase-p (char-after (match-beginning 1)))
     (2 antlr-default-face nil t))
     (,(lambda (limit)
	 (antlr-re-search-forward "[|&:;(~]\\|)\\([*+?]\\|=>\\)?" limit))
     (0 antlr-syntax-face))))
  "Font-lock keywords for ANTLR's normal grammar code.
See `antlr-font-lock-keywords-alist' for the keywords of actions.")

(defvar antlr-font-lock-defaults
    nil nil ((?_ . "w") (?\( . ".") (?\) . ".")) beginning-of-defun)
  "Font-lock defaults used for ANTLR syntax highlighting.
The SYNTAX-ALIST element is also used to initialize

;;;  Internal variables

(defvar antlr-mode-hook nil
  "Hook called by `antlr-mode'.")

(defvar antlr-mode-syntax-table nil
  "Syntax table used in `antlr-mode' buffers.
If non-nil, it will be initialized in `antlr-mode'.")

;; used for "in Java/C++ code" = syntactic-depth>0
(defvar antlr-action-syntax-table nil
  "Syntax table used for ANTLR action parsing.
Initialized by `antlr-mode-syntax-table', changed by SYNTAX-ALIST in
`antlr-font-lock-defaults'.  This table should be selected if you use
`buffer-syntactic-context' and `buffer-syntactic-context-depth' in order
not to confuse their context_cache.")

(defvar antlr-mode-abbrev-table nil
  "Abbreviation table used in `antlr-mode' buffers.")
(define-abbrev-table 'antlr-mode-abbrev-table ())

(defvar antlr-slow-cache-enabling-symbol 'loudly
;; Emacs' font-lock changes buffer's tick counter, therefore this value should
;; be a parameter of a font-lock function, but not any other variable of
;; functions which call `antlr-slow-syntactic-context'.
  "If value is a bound symbol, cache will be used even with text changes.
This is no user option.  Used for `antlr-slow-syntactic-context'.")

(defvar antlr-slow-cache-diff-threshold 5000
  "Maximum distance between `point' and cache position for cache use.
Used for `antlr-slow-syntactic-context'.")

;;;;  The Code

;;;  Syntax functions -- Emacs vs XEmacs dependent, part 1

;; From help.el (XEmacs-21.1), without `copy-syntax-table'
(defmacro antlr-with-syntax-table (syntab &rest body)
  "Evaluate BODY with the syntax table SYNTAB."
  `(let ((stab (syntax-table)))
	 (progn (set-syntax-table ,syntab) ,@body)
       (set-syntax-table stab))))
(put 'antlr-with-syntax-table 'lisp-indent-function 1)
(put 'antlr-with-syntax-table 'edebug-form-spec '(form body))

(defunx antlr-default-directory ()
  :xemacs-and-try default-directory
  "Return `default-directory'."

;; Check Emacs-21.1 simple.el, `shell-command'.
(defunx antlr-read-shell-command (prompt &optional initial-input history)
  :xemacs-and-try read-shell-command
  "Read a string from the minibuffer, using `shell-command-history'."
  (read-from-minibuffer prompt initial-input nil nil
			(or history 'shell-command-history)))

(defunx antlr-with-displaying-help-buffer (thunk &optional name)
  :xemacs-and-try with-displaying-help-buffer
  "Make a help buffer and call `thunk' there."
  (with-output-to-temp-buffer "*Help*"
    (save-excursion (funcall thunk))))

;;;  Context cache

(defvar antlr-slow-context-cache nil "Internal.")

;;;(defvar antlr-statistics-full-neg 0)
;;;(defvar antlr-statistics-full-diff 0)
;;;(defvar antlr-statistics-full-other 0)
;;;(defvar antlr-statistics-cache 0)
;;;(defvar antlr-statistics-inval 0)

(defunx antlr-invalidate-context-cache (&rest dummies)
;; checkdoc-params: (dummies)
  "Invalidate context cache for syntactical context information."
  :XEMACS				; XEmacs bug workaround
    (set-buffer (get-buffer-create " ANTLR XEmacs bug workaround"))
;;;  (incf antlr-statistics-inval)
  (setq antlr-slow-context-cache nil))

(defunx antlr-syntactic-context ()
  "Return some syntactic context information.
Return `string' if point is within a string, `block-comment' or
`comment' is point is within a comment or the depth within all
parenthesis-syntax delimiters at point otherwise.
WARNING: this may alter `match-data'."
  (or (buffer-syntactic-context) (buffer-syntactic-context-depth))
  (let ((orig (point)) diff state
	;; Arg, Emacs' (buffer-modified-tick) changes with font-lock.  Use
	;; hack that `loudly' is bound during font-locking => cache use will
	;; increase from 7% to 99.99% during font-locking.
	(tick (or (boundp antlr-slow-cache-enabling-symbol)
    (if (and (cdr antlr-slow-context-cache)
	     (>= (setq diff (- orig (cadr antlr-slow-context-cache))) 0)
	     (< diff antlr-slow-cache-diff-threshold)
	     (eq (current-buffer) (caar antlr-slow-context-cache))
	     (eq tick (cdar antlr-slow-context-cache)))
	;; (setq antlr-statistics-cache (1+ antlr-statistics-cache) ...)
	(setq state (parse-partial-sexp (cadr antlr-slow-context-cache) orig
					nil nil
					(cddr antlr-slow-context-cache)))
      (if (>= orig antlr-slow-cache-diff-threshold)
	(goto-char (point-min)))
;;;      (cond ((and diff (< diff 0)) (incf antlr-statistics-full-neg))
;;;	    ((and diff (>= diff 3000)) (incf antlr-statistics-full-diff))
;;;	    (t (incf antlr-statistics-full-other)))
      (setq state (parse-partial-sexp (point) orig)))
    (goto-char orig)
    (if antlr-slow-context-cache
	(setcdr antlr-slow-context-cache (cons orig state))
      (setq antlr-slow-context-cache
	    (cons (cons (current-buffer) tick)
		  (cons orig state))))
    (cond ((nth 3 state) 'string)
	  ((nth 4 state) 'comment)	; block-comment? -- we don't care
	  (t (car state)))))

;;;  (incf (aref antlr-statistics 2))
;;;  (unless (and (eq (current-buffer)
;;;		   (caar antlr-slow-context-cache))
;;;	       (eq (buffer-modified-tick)
;;;		   (cdar antlr-slow-context-cache)))
;;;    (incf (aref antlr-statistics 1))
;;;    (setq antlr-slow-context-cache nil))
;;;  (let* ((orig (point))
;;;	 (base (cadr antlr-slow-context-cache))
;;;	 (curr (cddr antlr-slow-context-cache))
;;;	 (state (cond ((eq orig (car curr)) (cdr curr))
;;;		      ((eq orig (car base)) (cdr base))))
;;;	 diff diff2)
;;;    (unless state
;;;      (incf (aref antlr-statistics 3))
;;;      (when curr
;;;	(if (< (setq diff  (abs (- orig (car curr))))
;;;	       (setq diff2 (abs (- orig (car base)))))
;;;	    (setq state curr)
;;;	  (setq state base
;;;		diff  diff2))
;;;	(if (or (>= (1+ diff) (point)) (>= diff 3000))
;;;	    (setq state nil)))		; start from bod/bob
;;;      (if state
;;;	  (setq state
;;;		(parse-partial-sexp (car state) orig nil nil (cdr state)))
;;;	(if (>= orig 3000) (beginning-of-defun) (goto-char (point-min)))
;;;	(incf (aref antlr-statistics 4))
;;;	(setq cw (list orig (point) base curr))
;;;	(setq state (parse-partial-sexp (point) orig)))
;;;      (goto-char orig)
;;;      (if antlr-slow-context-cache
;;;	  (setcdr (cdr antlr-slow-context-cache) (cons orig state))
;;;	(setq antlr-slow-context-cache
;;;	      (cons (cons (current-buffer) (buffer-modified-tick))
;;;		    (cons (cons orig state) (cons orig state))))))
;;;    (cond ((nth 3 state) 'string)
;;;	  ((nth 4 state) 'comment)	; block-comment? -- we don't care
;;;	  (t (car state)))))

;;;    (beginning-of-defun)
;;;    (let ((state (parse-partial-sexp (point) orig)))
;;;      (goto-char orig)
;;;      (cond ((nth 3 state) 'string)
;;;	    ((nth 4 state) 'comment)	; block-comment? -- we don't care
;;;	    (t (car state))))))

;;;  Miscellaneous functions

(defun antlr-upcase-p (char)
  "Non-nil, if CHAR is an uppercase character (if CHAR was a char)."
  ;; in XEmacs, upcase only works for ASCII
  (or (and (<= ?A char) (<= char ?Z))
      (and (<= ?\300 char) (<= char ?\337)))) ; ?\327 is no letter

(defun antlr-re-search-forward (regexp bound)
  "Search forward from point for regular expression REGEXP.
Set point to the end of the occurrence found, and return point.  Return
nil if no occurrence was found.  Do not search within comments, strings
and actions/semantic predicates.  BOUND bounds the search; it is a
buffer position.  See also the functions `match-beginning', `match-end'
and `replace-match'."
  ;; WARNING: Should only be used with `antlr-action-syntax-table'!
  (let ((continue t))
    (while (and (re-search-forward regexp bound 'limit)
		  (if (eq (antlr-syntactic-context) 0)
		      (setq continue nil)
    (if continue nil (point))))

(defun antlr-search-forward (string)
  "Search forward from point for STRING.
Set point to the end of the occurrence found, and return point.  Return
nil if no occurrence was found.  Do not search within comments, strings
and actions/semantic predicates."
  ;; WARNING: Should only be used with `antlr-action-syntax-table'!
  (let ((continue t))
    (while (and (search-forward string nil 'limit)
		(if (eq (antlr-syntactic-context) 0) (setq continue nil) t)))
    (if continue nil (point))))

(defun antlr-search-backward (string)
  "Search backward from point for STRING.
Set point to the beginning of the occurrence found, and return point.
Return nil if no occurrence was found.  Do not search within comments,
strings and actions/semantic predicates."
  ;; WARNING: Should only be used with `antlr-action-syntax-table'!
  (let ((continue t))
    (while (and (search-backward string nil 'limit)
		(if (eq (antlr-syntactic-context) 0) (setq continue nil) t)))
    (if continue nil (point))))

(defsubst antlr-skip-sexps (count)
  "Skip the next COUNT balanced expressions and the comments after it.
Return position before the comments after the last expression."
  (goto-char (or (ignore-errors-x (scan-sexps (point) count)) (point-max)))
  (prog1 (point)

;;;  font-lock

(defun antlr-font-lock-keywords ()
  "Return font-lock keywords for current buffer.
See `antlr-font-lock-additional-keywords', `antlr-language' and
  (if (eq antlr-font-lock-maximum-decoration 'none)
    (append antlr-font-lock-additional-keywords
	    (eval (let ((major-mode antlr-language)) ; dynamic
			 (cdr (assq antlr-language
			 (if (eq antlr-font-lock-maximum-decoration 'inherit)

;;;  imenu support

(defun antlr-grammar-tokens ()
  "Return alist for tokens defined in current buffer."
  (save-excursion (antlr-imenu-create-index-function t)))

(defun antlr-imenu-create-index-function (&optional tokenrefs-only)
  "Return imenu index-alist for ANTLR grammar files.
IF TOKENREFS-ONLY is non-nil, just return alist with tokenref names."
  (let ((items nil)
	(classes nil)
	(continue t))
    ;; Using `imenu-progress-message' would require imenu for compilation, but
    ;; nobody is missing these messages.  The generic imenu function searches
    ;; backward, which is slower and more likely not to work during editing.
    (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
      (goto-char (point-min))
      (antlr-skip-file-prelude t)
      (while continue
	(if (looking-at "{") (antlr-skip-sexps 1))
	(if (looking-at antlr-class-header-regexp)
	    (or tokenrefs-only
		(push (cons (match-string 2)
			    (if imenu-use-markers
				(copy-marker (match-beginning 2))
			      (match-beginning 2)))
	  (if (looking-at "p\\(ublic\\|rotected\\|rivate\\)")
	      (antlr-skip-sexps 1))
	  (when (looking-at "\\sw+")
	    (if tokenrefs-only
		(if (antlr-upcase-p (char-after (point)))
		    (push (list (match-string 0)) items))
	      (push (cons (match-string 0)
			  (if imenu-use-markers
			      (copy-marker (match-beginning 0))
			    (match-beginning 0)))
	(if (setq continue (antlr-search-forward ";"))
	    (antlr-skip-exception-part t))))
    (if classes
	(cons (cons "Classes" (nreverse classes)) (nreverse items))
      (nreverse items))))

;;;  Parse grammar files (internal functions)

(defun antlr-skip-exception-part (skip-comment)
  "Skip exception part of current rule, i.e., everything after `;'.
This also includes the options and tokens part of a grammar class
header.  If SKIP-COMMENT is non-nil, also skip the comment after that
  (let ((pos (point))
	(class nil))
    (while (looking-at "options\\>\\|tokens\\>")
      (setq class t)
      (setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps 2)))
    (if class
	;; Problem: an action only belongs to a class def, not a normal rule.
	;; But checking the current rule type is too expensive => only expect
	;; an action if we have found an option or tokens part.
	(if (looking-at "{") (setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps 1)))
      (while (looking-at "exception\\>")
	(setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps 1))
	(when (looking-at "\\[")
	  (setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps 1)))
	(while (looking-at "catch\\>")
	  (setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps 3)))))
    (or skip-comment (goto-char pos))))

(defun antlr-skip-file-prelude (skip-comment)
  "Skip the file prelude: the header and file options.
If SKIP-COMMENT is non-nil, also skip the comment after that part.
Return the start position of the file prelude.

Hack: if SKIP-COMMENT is `header-only' only skip header and return
position before the comment after the header."
  (let* ((pos (point))
	 (pos0 pos))
    (if skip-comment (setq pos0 (point)))
    (while (looking-at "header\\>[ \t]*\\(\"\\)?")
      (setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps (if (match-beginning 1) 3 2))))
    (if (eq skip-comment 'header-only)	; a hack...
      (when (looking-at "options\\>")
	(setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps 2)))
      (or skip-comment (goto-char pos))

(defun antlr-next-rule (arg skip-comment)
  "Move forward to next end of rule.  Do it ARG many times.
A grammar class header and the file prelude are also considered as a
rule.  Negative argument ARG means move back to ARGth preceding end of
rule.  The behavior is not defined when ARG is zero.  If SKIP-COMMENT
is non-nil, move to beginning of the rule."
  ;; WARNING: Should only be used with `antlr-action-syntax-table'!
  ;; PRE: ARG<>0
  (let ((pos (point))
	(beg (point)))
    ;; first look whether point is in exception part
    (if (antlr-search-backward ";")
	  (setq beg (point))
	  (antlr-skip-exception-part skip-comment))
      (antlr-skip-file-prelude skip-comment))
    (if (< arg 0)
	(unless (and (< (point) pos) (zerop (incf arg)))
	  ;; if we have moved backward, we already moved one defun backward
	  (goto-char beg)		; rewind (to ";" / point)
	  (while (and arg (<= (incf arg) 0))
	    (if (antlr-search-backward ";")
		(setq beg (point))
	      (when (>= arg -1)
		;; try file prelude:
		(setq pos (antlr-skip-file-prelude skip-comment))
		(if (zerop arg)
		    (if (>= (point) beg)
			(goto-char (if (>= pos beg) (point-min) pos)))
		  (goto-char (if (or (>= (point) beg) (= (point) pos))
				 (point-min) pos))))
	      (setq arg nil)))
	  (when arg			; always found a ";"
	    (antlr-skip-exception-part skip-comment)))
      (if (<= (point) pos)		; moved backward?
	  (goto-char pos)		; rewind
	(decf arg))			; already moved one defun forward
      (unless (zerop arg)
	(while (>= (decf arg) 0)
	  (antlr-search-forward ";"))
	(antlr-skip-exception-part skip-comment)))))

(defun antlr-outside-rule-p ()
  "Non-nil if point is outside a grammar rule.
Move to the beginning of the current rule if point is inside a rule."
  ;; WARNING: Should only be used with `antlr-action-syntax-table'!
  (let ((pos (point)))
    (antlr-next-rule -1 nil)
    (let ((between (or (bobp) (< (point) pos))))
      (and between (> (point) pos) (goto-char pos)))))

;;;  Parse grammar files (commands)
;; No (interactive "_") in Emacs... use `zmacs-region-stays'.

(defun antlr-inside-rule-p ()
  "Non-nil if point is inside a grammar rule.
A grammar class header and the file prelude are also considered as a
    (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
      (not (antlr-outside-rule-p)))))

(defunx antlr-end-of-rule (&optional arg)
  "Move forward to next end of rule.  Do it ARG [default: 1] many times.
A grammar class header and the file prelude are also considered as a
rule.  Negative argument ARG means move back to ARGth preceding end of
rule.  If ARG is zero, run `antlr-end-of-body'."
  (interactive "_p")
  (if (zerop arg)
    (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
      (antlr-next-rule arg nil))))

(defunx antlr-beginning-of-rule (&optional arg)
  "Move backward to preceding beginning of rule.  Do it ARG many times.
A grammar class header and the file prelude are also considered as a
rule.  Negative argument ARG means move forward to ARGth next beginning
of rule.  If ARG is zero, run `antlr-beginning-of-body'."
  (interactive "_p")
  (if (zerop arg)
    (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
      (antlr-next-rule (- arg) t))))

(defunx antlr-end-of-body (&optional msg)
  "Move to position after the `;' of the current rule.
A grammar class header is also considered as a rule.  With optional
prefix arg MSG, move to `:'."
  (interactive "_")
  (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
    (let ((orig (point)))
      (if (antlr-outside-rule-p)
	  (error "Outside an ANTLR rule"))
      (let ((bor (point)))
	(when (< (antlr-skip-file-prelude t) (point))
	  ;; Yes, we are in the file prelude
	  (goto-char orig)
	  (error (or msg "The file prelude is without `;'")))
	(antlr-search-forward ";")
	(when msg
	  (when (< (point)
		   (progn (goto-char bor)
			  (or (antlr-search-forward ":") (point-max))))
	    (goto-char orig)
	    (error msg))

(defunx antlr-beginning-of-body ()
  "Move to the first element after the `:' of the current rule."
  (interactive "_")
  (antlr-end-of-body "Class headers and the file prelude are without `:'"))

;;;  Literal normalization, Hide Actions

(defun antlr-downcase-literals (&optional transform)
  "Convert all literals in buffer to lower case.
If non-nil, TRANSFORM is used on literals instead of `downcase-region'."
  (or transform (setq transform 'downcase-region))
  (let ((literals 0))
      (goto-char (point-min))
      (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
	(while (antlr-re-search-forward "\"\\(\\sw\\(\\sw\\|-\\)*\\)\"" nil)
	  (funcall transform (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0))
	  (incf literals))))
    (message "Transformed %d literals" literals)))

(defun antlr-upcase-literals ()
  "Convert all literals in buffer to upper case."
  (antlr-downcase-literals 'upcase-region))

(defun antlr-hide-actions (arg &optional silent)
  "Hide or unhide all actions in buffer.
Hide all actions including arguments in brackets if ARG is 1 or if
called interactively without prefix argument.  Hide all actions
excluding arguments in brackets if ARG is 2 or higher.  Unhide all
actions if ARG is 0 or negative.  See `antlr-action-visibility'.

Display a message unless optional argument SILENT is non-nil."
  (interactive "p")
    (if (> arg 0)
	(let ((regexp (if (= arg 1) "[]}]" "}"))
	      (diff (and antlr-action-visibility
			 (+ (max antlr-action-visibility 0) 2))))
	  (antlr-hide-actions 0 t)
	    (goto-char (point-min))
	    (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
	      (while (antlr-re-search-forward regexp nil)
		(let ((beg (ignore-errors-x (scan-sexps (point) -1))))
		  (when beg
		    (if diff		; braces are visible
			(if (> (point) (+ beg diff))
			    (add-text-properties (1+ beg) (1- (point))
						 '(invisible t intangible t)))
		      ;; if actions is on line(s) of its own, hide WS
		      (and (looking-at "[ \t]*$")
			     (goto-char beg)
			     (skip-chars-backward " \t")
			     (and (bolp) (setq beg (point))))
			   (beginning-of-line 2)) ; beginning of next line
		      (add-text-properties beg (point)
					   '(invisible t intangible t))))))))
	  (or silent
	      (message "Hide all actions (%s arguments)...done"
		       (if (= arg 1) "including" "excluding"))))
      (remove-text-properties (point-min) (point-max)
			      '(invisible nil intangible nil))
      (or silent
	  (message "Unhide all actions (including arguments)...done")))))

;;;  Insert option: command

(defun antlr-insert-option (level option &optional location)
  "Insert file/grammar/rule/subrule option near point.
LEVEL determines option kind to insert: 1=file, 2=grammar, 3=rule,
4=subrule.  OPTION is a string with the name of the option to insert.
LOCATION can be specified for not calling `antlr-option-kind' twice.

Inserting an option with this command works as follows:

 1. When called interactively, LEVEL is determined by the prefix
    argument or automatically deduced without prefix argument.
 2. Signal an error if no option of that level could be inserted, e.g.,
    if the buffer is read-only, the option area is outside the visible
    part of the buffer or a subrule/rule option should be inserted with
    point outside a subrule/rule.
 3. When called interactively, OPTION is read from the minibuffer with
    completion over the known options of the given LEVEL.
 4. Ask user for confirmation if the given OPTION does not seem to be a
    valid option to insert into the current file.
 5. Find a correct position to insert the option.
 6. Depending on the option, insert it the following way \(inserting an
    option also means inserting the option section if necessary\):
     - Insert the option and let user insert the value at point.
     - Read a value (with completion) from the minibuffer, using a
       previous value as initial contents, and insert option with value.
 7. Final action depending on the option.  For example, set the language
    according to a newly inserted language option.

The name of all options with a specification for their values are stored
in `antlr-options-alists'.  The used specification also depends on the
value of `antlr-tool-version', i.e., step 4 will warn you if you use an
option that has been introduced in newer version of ANTLR, and step 5
will offer completion using version-correct values.

If the option already exists inside the visible part of the buffer, this
command can be used to change the value of that option.  Otherwise, find
a correct position where the option can be inserted near point.

The search for a correct position is as follows:

  * If search is within an area where options can be inserted, use the
    position of point.  Inside the options section and if point is in
    the middle of a option definition, skip the rest of it.
  * If an options section already exists, insert the options at the end.
    If only the beginning of the area is visible, insert at the
  * Otherwise, find the position where an options section can be
    inserted and insert a new section before any comments.  If the
    position before the comments is not visible, insert the new section
    after the comments.

This function also inserts \"options {...}\" and the \":\" if necessary,
see `antlr-options-auto-colon'.  See also `antlr-options-assign-string'.

This command might also set the mark like \\[set-mark-command] does, see
  (interactive (antlr-insert-option-interactive current-prefix-arg))
  (or location (setq location (cdr (antlr-option-kind level))))
  (cond ((null level)
	 (error "Cannot deduce what kind of option to insert"))
	((atom location)
	 (error "Cannot insert any %s options around here"
		(elt antlr-options-headings (1- level)))))
  (let ((area (car location))
	(place (cdr location)))
    (cond ((null place)		; invisible
	   (error (if area
		      "Invisible %s options, use %s to make them visible"
		    "Invisible area for %s options, use %s to make it visible")
		  (elt antlr-options-headings (1- level))
		  (substitute-command-keys "\\[widen]")))
	  ((null area)			; without option part
	   (antlr-insert-option-do level option nil
				   (null (cdr place))
				   (car place)))
	  ((save-excursion		; with option part, option visible
	     (goto-char (max (point-min) (car area)))
	     (re-search-forward (concat "\\(^\\|;\\)[ \t]*\\(\\<"
					(regexp-quote option)
					"\\>\\)[ \t\n]*\\(\\(=[ \t]?\\)[ \t]*\\(\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\|\"\\([^\n\"\\]\\|[\\][^\n]\\)*\"\\)?\\)?")
				;; 2=name, 3=4+5, 4="=", 5=value
				(min (point-max) (cdr area))
	   (antlr-insert-option-do level option
				   (cons (or (match-beginning 5)
					     (match-beginning 3))
					 (match-end 5))
				   (and (null (cdr place)) area)
				   (or (match-beginning 5)
				       (match-end 4)
				       (match-end 2))))
	  (t				; with option part, option not yet
	   (antlr-insert-option-do level option t
				   (and (null (cdr place)) area)
				   (car place))))))

(defun antlr-insert-option-interactive (arg)
  "Interactive specification for `antlr-insert-option'.
  (if arg (setq arg (prefix-numeric-value arg)))
  (unless (memq arg '(nil 1 2 3 4))
    (error "Valid prefix args: no=auto, 1=file, 2=grammar, 3=rule, 4=subrule"))
  (let* ((kind (antlr-option-kind arg))
	 (level (car kind)))
    (if (atom (cdr kind))
	(list level nil (cdr kind))
      (let* ((table (elt antlr-options-alists (1- level)))
	     (completion-ignore-case t)	;dynamic
	     (input (completing-read (format "Insert %s option: "
					     (elt antlr-options-headings
						  (1- level)))
	(list level input (cdr kind))))))

(defun antlr-options-menu-filter (level menu-items)
  "Return items for options submenu of level LEVEL."
  ;; checkdoc-params: (menu-items)
  (let ((active (if buffer-read-only
		  (consp (cdr-safe (cdr (antlr-option-kind level)))))))
    (mapcar (lambda (option)
	      (vector option
		      (list 'antlr-insert-option level option)
		      :active active))
	    (sort (mapcar 'car (elt antlr-options-alists (1- level)))

;;;  Insert option: determine section-kind

(defun antlr-option-kind (requested)
  "Return level and location for option to insert near point.
Call function `antlr-option-level' with argument REQUESTED.  If the
result is nil, return \(REQUESTED \. error).  If the result has the
non-nil value LEVEL, return \(LEVEL \. LOCATION) where LOCATION looks
like \(AREA \. PLACE), see `antlr-option-location'."
      (let ((min0 (point-min))		; before `widen'!
	    (max0 (point-max))
	    (orig (point))
	    (level (antlr-option-level requested)) ; calls `widen'!
	(cond ((null level)
	       (setq level requested))
	      ((eq level 1)		; file options
	       (goto-char (point-min))
	       (setq pos (antlr-skip-file-prelude 'header-only)))
	      ((not (eq level 3))	; grammar or subrule options
	       (setq pos (point))
	      ((looking-at "^\\(private[ \t\n]\\|public[ \t\n]\\|protected[ \t\n]\\)?[ \t\n]*\\(\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)[ \t\n]*\\(!\\)?[ \t\n]*\\(\\[\\)?")
	       ;; rule options, with complete rule header
	       (goto-char (or (match-end 4) (match-end 3)))
	       (setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps (if (match-end 5) 1 0)))
	       (when (looking-at "returns[ \t\n]*\\[")
		 (goto-char (1- (match-end 0)))
		 (setq pos (antlr-skip-sexps 1)))))
	(cons level
	      (cond ((null pos) 'error)
		    ((looking-at "options[ \t\n]*{")
		     (goto-char (match-end 0))
		     (setq pos (ignore-errors-x (scan-lists (point) 1 1)))
		     (antlr-option-location orig min0 max0
					    (if pos (1- pos) (point-max))
		     (antlr-option-location orig min0 max0
					    pos (point)

(defun antlr-option-level (requested)
  "Return level for option to insert near point.
Remove any restrictions from current buffer and return level for the
option to insert near point, i.e., 1, 2, 3, 4, or nil if no such option
can be inserted.  If REQUESTED is non-nil, it is the only possible value
to return except nil.  If REQUESTED is nil, return level for the nearest
option kind, i.e., the highest number possible.

If the result is 2, point is at the beginning of the class after the
class definition.  If the result is 3 or 4, point is at the beginning of
the rule/subrule after the init action.  Otherwise, the point position
is undefined."
  (if (eq requested 1)
    (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
      (let* ((orig (point))
	     (outsidep (antlr-outside-rule-p))
	     bor depth)
	(if (eq (char-after) ?\{) (antlr-skip-sexps 1))
	(setq bor (point))		; beginning of rule (after init action)
	(cond ((eq requested 2)		; grammar options required?
	       (let (boc)		; beginning of class
		 (goto-char (point-min))
		 (while (and (<= (point) bor)
			     (antlr-re-search-forward antlr-class-header-regexp
		   (if (<= (match-beginning 0) bor)
		       (setq boc (match-end 0))))
		 (when boc
		   (goto-char boc)
	      ((save-excursion		; in region of file options?
		 (goto-char (point-min))
		 (antlr-skip-file-prelude t) ; ws/comment after: OK
		 (< orig (point)))
	       (and (null requested) 1))
	      (outsidep			; outside rule not OK
	      ((looking-at antlr-class-header-regexp) ; rule = class def?
	       (goto-char (match-end 0))
	       (and (null requested) 2))
	      ((eq requested 3)		; rule options required?
	       (goto-char bor)
	      ((setq depth (antlr-syntactic-grammar-depth orig bor))
	       (if (> depth 0)		; move out of actions
		   (goto-char (scan-lists (point) -1 depth)))
	       (set-syntax-table antlr-mode-syntax-table)
	       (if (eq (antlr-syntactic-context) 0) ; not in subrule?
		   (unless (eq requested 4)
		     (goto-char bor)
		 (goto-char (1+ (scan-lists (point) -1 1)))

(defun antlr-option-location (orig min-vis max-vis min-area max-area withp)
  "Return location for the options area.
ORIG is the original position of `point', MIN-VIS is `point-min' and
MAX-VIS is `point-max'.  If WITHP is non-nil, there exists an option
specification and it starts after the brace at MIN-AREA and stops at
MAX-AREA.  If WITHP is nil, there is no area and the region where it
could be inserted starts at MIN-AREA and stops at MAX-AREA.

The result has the form (AREA . PLACE).  AREA is (MIN-AREA . MAX-AREA)
if WITHP is non-nil, and nil otherwise.  PLACE is nil if the area is
invisible, (ORIG) if ORIG is inside the area, (MIN-AREA . beginning) for
a visible start position and (MAX-AREA . end) for a visible end position
where the beginning is preferred if WITHP is nil and the end if WITHP is
  (cons (and withp (cons min-area max-area))
	(cond ((and (<= min-area orig) (<= orig max-area)
		      (goto-char orig)
		      (not (memq (antlr-syntactic-context)
				 '(comment block-comment)))))
	       ;; point in options area and not in comment
	       (list orig))
	      ((and (null withp) (<= min-vis min-area) (<= min-area max-vis))
	       ;; use start of options area (only if not `withp')
	       (cons min-area 'beginning))
	      ((and (<= min-vis max-area) (<= max-area max-vis))
	       ;; use end of options area
	       (cons max-area 'end))
	      ((and withp (<= min-vis min-area) (<= min-area max-vis))
	       ;; use start of options area (only if `withp')
	       (cons min-area 'beginning)))))

(defun antlr-syntactic-grammar-depth (pos beg)
  "Return syntactic context depth at POS.
Move to POS and from there on to the beginning of the string or comment
if POS is inside such a construct.  Then, return the syntactic context
depth at point if the point position is smaller than BEG.
WARNING: this may alter `match-data'."
  (goto-char pos)
  (let ((context (or (antlr-syntactic-context) 0)))
    (while (and context (not (integerp context)))
      (cond ((eq context 'string)
	     (setq context
		   (and (search-backward "\"" nil t)
			(>= (point) beg)
			(or (antlr-syntactic-context) 0))))
	    ((memq context '(comment block-comment))
	     (setq context
		   (and (re-search-backward "/[/*]" nil t)
			(>= (point) beg)
			(or (antlr-syntactic-context) 0))))))

;;;  Insert options: do the insertion

(defun antlr-insert-option-do (level option old area pos)
  "Insert option into buffer at position POS.
Insert option of level LEVEL and name OPTION.  If OLD is non-nil, an
options area is already exists.  If OLD looks like \(BEG \. END), the
option already exists.  Then, BEG is the start position of the option
value, the position of the `=' or nil, and END is the end position of
the option value or nil.

If the original point position was outside an options area, AREA is nil.
Otherwise, and if an option specification already exists, AREA is a cons
cell where the two values determine the area inside the braces."
  (let* ((spec (cdr (assoc option (elt antlr-options-alists (1- level)))))
	 (value (antlr-option-spec level option (cdr spec) (consp old))))
    (if (fboundp (car spec)) (funcall (car spec) 'before-input option))
    ;; set mark (unless point was inside options area before)
    (if (cond (area (eq antlr-options-push-mark t))
	      ((numberp antlr-options-push-mark)
	       (> (count-lines (min (point) pos) (max (point) pos))
    ;; read option value -----------------------------------------------------
    (goto-char pos)
    (if (null value)
	;; no option specification found
	(if (y-or-n-p (format "Insert unknown %s option %s? "
			      (elt antlr-options-headings (1- level))
	    (message "Insert value for %s option %s"
		     (elt antlr-options-headings (1- level))
	  (error "Didn't insert unknown %s option %s"
		 (elt antlr-options-headings (1- level))
      ;; option specification found
      (setq value (cdr value))
      (if (car value)
	  (let ((initial (and (consp old) (cdr old)
			      (buffer-substring (car old) (cdr old)))))
	    (setq value (apply (car value)
			       (and initial
				    (if (eq (aref initial 0) ?\")
					(read initial)
			       (cdr value))))
	(message (cadr value))
	(setq value nil)))
    ;; insert value ----------------------------------------------------------
    (if (consp old)
	(antlr-insert-option-existing old value)
      (if (consp area)
	  ;; Move outside string/comment if point is inside option spec
	  (antlr-syntactic-grammar-depth (point) (car area)))
      (antlr-insert-option-space area old)
      (or old (antlr-insert-option-area level))
      (insert option " = ;")
      (if value (insert value)))
    ;; final -----------------------------------------------------------------
    (if (fboundp (car spec)) (funcall (car spec) 'after-insertion option))))

(defun antlr-option-spec (level option specs existsp)
  "Return version correct option value specification.
Return specification for option OPTION of kind level LEVEL.  SPECS
should correspond to the VALUE-SPEC... in `antlr-option-alists'.
EXISTSP determines whether the option already exists."
  (let (value)
    (while (and specs (>= antlr-tool-version (caar specs)))
      (setq value (pop specs)))
    (cond (value)			; found correct spec
	  ((null specs) nil)		; didn't find any specs
	  (existsp (car specs))	; wrong version, but already present
	  ((y-or-n-p (format "Insert v%s %s option %s in v%s? "
			     (antlr-version-string (caar specs))
			     (elt antlr-options-headings (1- level))
			     (antlr-version-string antlr-tool-version)))
	   (car specs))
	   (error "Didn't insert v%s %s option %s in v%s"
		  (antlr-version-string (caar specs))
		  (elt antlr-options-headings (1- level))
		  (antlr-version-string antlr-tool-version))))))

(defun antlr-version-string (version)
  "Format the Antlr version number VERSION, see `antlr-tool-version'."
  (let ((version100 (/ version 100)))
    (format "%d.%d.%d"
	    (/ version100 100) (mod version100 100) (mod version 100))))

;;;  Insert options: the details (used by `antlr-insert-option-do')

(defun antlr-insert-option-existing (old value)
  "Insert option value VALUE at point for existing option.
For OLD, see `antlr-insert-option-do'."
  ;; no = => insert =
  (unless (car old) (insert antlr-options-assign-string))
  ;; with user input => insert if necessary
  (when value
    (if (cdr old)		; with value
	(if (string-equal value (buffer-substring (car old) (cdr old)))
	    (goto-char (cdr old))
	  (delete-region (car old) (cdr old))
	  (insert value))
      (insert value)))
  (unless (looking-at "\\([^\n=;{}/'\"]\\|'\\([^\n'\\]\\|\\\\.\\)*'\\|\"\\([^\n\"\\]\\|\\\\.\\)*\"\\)*;")
    ;; stuff (no =, {, } or /) at point is not followed by ";"
    (insert ";")

(defun antlr-insert-option-space (area old)
  "Find appropriate place to insert option, insert newlines/spaces.
For AREA and OLD, see `antlr-insert-option-do'."
  (let ((orig (point))
	(open t))
    (skip-chars-backward " \t")
    (unless (bolp)
      (let ((before (char-after (1- (point)))))
	(goto-char orig)
	(and old			; with existing options area
	     (consp area)		; if point inside existing area
	     (not (eq before ?\;))	; if not at beginning of option
					; => skip to end of option
	     (if (and (search-forward ";" (cdr area) t)
		      (let ((context (antlr-syntactic-context)))
			(or (null context) (numberp context))))
		 (setq orig (point))
	       (goto-char orig)))
	(skip-chars-forward " \t")

	(if (looking-at "$\\|//")
	    ;; just comment after point => skip (+ lines w/ same col comment)
	    (let ((same (if (> (match-end 0) (match-beginning 0))
	      (beginning-of-line 2)
	      (or (bolp) (insert "\n"))
	      (when (and same (null area)) ; or (consp area)?
		(while (and (looking-at "[ \t]*\\(//\\)")
			    (goto-char (match-beginning 1))
			    (= (current-column) same))
		  (beginning-of-line 2)
		  (or (bolp) (insert "\n")))))
	  (goto-char orig)
	  (if (null old)
	      (progn (insert "\n") (antlr-indent-line))
	    (unless (eq (char-after (1- (point))) ?\ )
	      (insert " "))
	    (unless (eq (char-after (point)) ?\ )
	      (insert " ")
	    (setq open nil)))))
    (when open
      (beginning-of-line 1)
      (insert "\n")

(defun antlr-insert-option-area (level)
  "Insert new options area for options of level LEVEL.
Used by `antlr-insert-option-do'."
  (insert "options {\n\n}")
  (when (and antlr-options-auto-colon
	     (memq level '(3 4))
	       (if (eq (char-after (point)) ?\{) (antlr-skip-sexps 1))
	       (not (eq (char-after (point)) ?\:))))
    (insert "\n:")
    (end-of-line 0))
  (backward-char 1)
  (beginning-of-line 0)

;;;  Insert options: in `antlr-options-alists'

(defun antlr-read-value (initial-contents prompt
					  &optional as-string table table-x)
  "Read a string from the minibuffer, possibly with completion.
If INITIAL-CONTENTS is non-nil, insert it in the minibuffer initially.
PROMPT is a string to prompt with, normally it ends in a colon and a
space.  If AS-STRING is t or is a member \(comparison done with `eq') of
`antlr-options-style', return printed representation of the user input,
otherwise return the user input directly.

If TABLE or TABLE-X is non-nil, read with completion.  The completion
table is the resulting alist of TABLE-X concatenated with TABLE where
TABLE can also be a function evaluation to an alist.

Used inside `antlr-options-alists'."
  (let* ((completion-ignore-case t)	; dynamic
	 (table0 (and (or table table-x)
		      (append table-x
			      (if (functionp table) (funcall table) table))))
	 (input (if table0
		    (completing-read prompt table0 nil nil initial-contents)
		  (read-from-minibuffer prompt initial-contents))))
    (if (and as-string
	     (or (eq as-string t)
		 (cdr (assq as-string antlr-options-style))))
	(format "%S" input)

(defun antlr-read-boolean (initial-contents prompt &optional table)
  "Read a boolean value from the minibuffer, with completion.
If INITIAL-CONTENTS is non-nil, insert it in the minibuffer initially.
PROMPT is a string to prompt with, normally it ends in a question mark
and a space.  \"(true or false) \" is appended if TABLE is nil.

Read with completion over \"true\", \"false\" and the keys in TABLE, see
also `antlr-read-value'.

Used inside `antlr-options-alists'."
  (antlr-read-value initial-contents
		    (if table prompt (concat prompt "(true or false) "))
		    table '(("false") ("true"))))

(defun antlr-language-option-extra (phase &rest dummies)
;; checkdoc-params: (dummies)
  "Change language according to the new value of the \"language\" option.
Call `antlr-mode' if the new language would be different from the value
of `antlr-language', keeping the value of variable `font-lock-mode'.

Called in PHASE `after-insertion', see `antlr-options-alists'."
  (when (eq phase 'after-insertion)
    (let ((new-language (antlr-language-option t)))
      (or (null new-language)
	  (eq new-language antlr-language)
	  (let ((font-lock (and (boundp 'font-lock-mode) font-lock-mode)))
	    (if font-lock (font-lock-mode 0))
	    (and font-lock (null font-lock-mode) (font-lock-mode 1)))))))

(defun antlr-c++-mode-extra (phase option &rest dummies)
;; checkdoc-params: (option dummies)
  "Warn if C++ option is used with the wrong language.
Ask user \(\"y or n\"), if a C++ only option is going to be inserted but
`antlr-language' has not the value `c++-mode'.

Called in PHASE `before-input', see `antlr-options-alists'."
  (and (eq phase 'before-input)
       (not (eq antlr-language 'c++-mode))
       (not (y-or-n-p (format "Insert C++ %s option? " option)))
       (error "Didn't insert C++ %s option with language %s"
	      option (cadr (assq antlr-language antlr-language-alist)))))

;;;  Compute dependencies

(defun antlr-file-dependencies ()
  "Return dependencies for grammar in current buffer.
The result looks like \(FILE \(CLASSES \. SUPERS) VOCABS \. LANGUAGE)
  where CLASSES = ((CLASS . CLASS-EVOCAB) ...),
        SUPERS  = ((SUPER . USE-EVOCAB-P) ...), and
        VOCABS  = ((EVOCAB ...) . (IVOCAB ...))

FILE is the current buffer's file-name without directory part and
LANGUAGE is the value of `antlr-language' in the current buffer.  Each
EVOCAB is an export vocabulary and each IVOCAB is an import vocabulary.

Each CLASS is a grammar class with its export vocabulary CLASS-EVOCAB.
Each SUPER is a super-grammar class where USE-EVOCAB-P indicates whether
its export vocabulary is used as an import vocabulary."
  (unless buffer-file-name
    (error "Grammar buffer does not visit a file"))
  (let (classes export-vocabs import-vocabs superclasses default-vocab)
    (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
      (goto-char (point-min))
      (while (antlr-re-search-forward antlr-class-header-regexp nil)
	;; parse class definition --------------------------------------------
	(let* ((class (match-string 2))
	       (sclass (match-string 4))
	       ;; export vocab defaults to class name (first grammar in file)
	       ;; or to the export vocab of the first grammar in file:
	       (evocab (or default-vocab class))
	       (ivocab nil))
	  (goto-char (match-end 0))
	  (while (looking-at "options\\>\\|\\(tokens\\)\\>")
	    (if (match-beginning 1)
		(antlr-skip-sexps 2)
	      (goto-char (match-end 0))
	      ;; parse grammar option sections -------------------------------
	      (when (eq (char-after (point)) ?\{)
		(let* ((beg (1+ (point)))
		       (end (1- (antlr-skip-sexps 1)))
		       (cont (point)))
		(goto-char beg)
		(if (re-search-forward "\\<exportVocab[ \t]*=[ \t]*\\([A-Za-z\300-\326\330-\337]\\sw*\\)" end t)
		    (setq evocab (match-string 1)))
		(goto-char beg)
		(if (re-search-forward "\\<importVocab[ \t]*=[ \t]*\\([A-Za-z\300-\326\330-\337]\\sw*\\)" end t)
		    (setq ivocab (match-string 1)))
		(goto-char cont)))))
	  (unless (member sclass '("Parser" "Lexer" "TreeParser"))
	    (let ((super (assoc sclass superclasses)))
	      (if super
		  (or ivocab (setcdr super t))
		(push (cons sclass (null ivocab)) superclasses))))
	  ;; remember class with export vocabulary:
	  (push (cons class evocab) classes)
	  ;; default export vocab is export vocab of first grammar in file:
	  (or default-vocab (setq default-vocab evocab))
	  (or (member evocab export-vocabs) (push evocab export-vocabs))
	  (or (null ivocab)
	      (member ivocab import-vocabs) (push ivocab import-vocabs)))))
    (if classes
	(list* (file-name-nondirectory buffer-file-name)
	       (cons (nreverse classes) (nreverse superclasses))
	       (cons (nreverse export-vocabs) (nreverse import-vocabs))

(defun antlr-directory-dependencies (dirname)
  "Return dependencies for all grammar files in directory DIRNAME.
The result looks like \((CLASS-SPEC ...) \. \(FILE-DEP ...))
  where CLASS-SPEC = (CLASS (FILE \. EVOCAB) ...).

FILE-DEP are the dependencies for each grammar file in DIRNAME, see
`antlr-file-dependencies'.  For each grammar class CLASS, FILE is a
grammar file in which CLASS is defined and EVOCAB is the name of the
export vocabulary specified in that file."
  (let ((grammar (directory-files dirname t "\\.g\\'")))
    (when grammar
      (let ((temp-buffer (get-buffer-create
			  (generate-new-buffer-name " *temp*")))
	    (antlr-imenu-name nil)		; dynamic-let: no imenu
	    (expanded-regexp (concat (format (regexp-quote
					      (cadr antlr-special-file-formats))
	    classes dependencies)
	      (set-buffer temp-buffer)
	      (widen)			; just in case...
	      (dolist (file grammar)
		(when (and (file-regular-p file)
			   (null (string-match expanded-regexp file)))
		  (insert-file-contents file t nil nil t)
		  (normal-mode t)	; necessary for major-mode, syntax
					; table and `antlr-language'
		  (when (eq major-mode 'antlr-mode)
		    (let* ((file-deps (antlr-file-dependencies))
			   (file (car file-deps)))
		      (when file-deps
			(dolist (class-def (caadr file-deps))
			  (let ((file-evocab (cons file (cdr class-def)))
				(class-spec (assoc (car class-def) classes)))
			    (if class-spec
				(nconc (cdr class-spec) (list file-evocab))
			      (push (list (car class-def) file-evocab)
			(push file-deps dependencies)))))))
	  (kill-buffer temp-buffer))
	(cons (nreverse classes) (nreverse dependencies))))))

;;;  Compilation: run ANTLR tool

(defun antlr-superclasses-glibs (supers classes)
  "Compute the grammar lib option for the super grammars SUPERS.
Look in CLASSES for the right grammar lib files for SUPERS.  SUPERS is
part SUPER in the result of `antlr-file-dependencies'.  CLASSES is the
part \(CLASS-SPEC ...) in the result of `antlr-directory-dependencies'.

The result looks like \(OPTION WITH-UNKNOWN GLIB ...).  OPTION is the
complete \"-glib\" option.  WITH-UNKNOWN has value t iff there is none
or more than one grammar file for at least one super grammar.

Each GLIB looks like \(GRAMMAR-FILE \. EVOCAB).  GRAMMAR-FILE is a file
in which a super-grammar is defined.  EVOCAB is the value of the export
vocabulary of the super-grammar or nil if it is not needed."
  ;; If the superclass is defined in the same file, that file will be included
  ;; with -glib again.  This will lead to a redefinition.  But defining a
  ;; analyzer of the same class twice in a file will lead to an error anyway...
  (let (glibs unknown)
    (while supers
      (let* ((super (pop supers))
	     (sup-files (cdr (assoc (car super) classes)))
	     (file (and sup-files (null (cdr sup-files)) (car sup-files))))
	(or file (setq unknown t))	; not exactly one file
	(push (cons (or (car file)
			(format (car antlr-unknown-file-formats)
				(car super)))
		    (and (cdr super)
			 (or (cdr file)
			     (format (cadr antlr-unknown-file-formats)
				     (car super)))))
    (cons (if glibs (concat " -glib " (mapconcat 'car glibs ";")) "")
	  (cons unknown glibs))))

(defun antlr-run-tool (command file &optional saved)
  "Run Antlr took COMMAND on grammar FILE.
When called interactively, COMMAND is read from the minibuffer and
defaults to `antlr-tool-command' with a computed \"-glib\" option if

Save all buffers first unless optional value SAVED is non-nil.  When
called interactively, the buffers are always saved, see also variable
  (interactive (antlr-run-tool-interactive))
  (or saved (save-some-buffers (not antlr-ask-about-save)))
  (let ((default-directory (file-name-directory file)))
    (compilation-start (concat command " " (file-name-nondirectory file))
		       nil #'(lambda (mode-name) "*Antlr-Run*"))))

(defun antlr-run-tool-interactive ()
  ;; code in `interactive' is not compiled
  "Interactive specification for `antlr-run-tool'.
Use prefix argument ARG to return \(COMMAND FILE SAVED)."
  (let* ((supers (cdadr (save-excursion
	 (glibs ""))
    (when supers
      (save-some-buffers (not antlr-ask-about-save) nil)
      (setq glibs (car (antlr-superclasses-glibs
			(car (antlr-directory-dependencies
    (list (antlr-read-shell-command "Run Antlr on current file with: "
				    (concat antlr-tool-command glibs " "))

;;;  Makefile creation

(defun antlr-makefile-insert-variable (number pre post)
  "Insert Makefile variable numbered NUMBER according to specification.
Also insert strings PRE and POST before and after the variable."
  (let ((spec (cadr antlr-makefile-specification)))
    (when spec
      (insert pre
	      (if number (format (cadr spec) number) (car spec))

(defun antlr-insert-makefile-rules (&optional in-makefile)
  "Insert Makefile rules in the current buffer at point.
IN-MAKEFILE is non-nil, if the current buffer is the Makefile.  See
command `antlr-show-makefile-rules' for detail."
  (let* ((dirname (antlr-default-directory))
	 (deps0 (antlr-directory-dependencies dirname))
	 (classes (car deps0))		; CLASS -> (FILE . EVOCAB) ...
	 (deps (cdr deps0))		; FILE -> (c . s) (ev . iv) . LANGUAGE
	 (with-error nil)
	 (gen-sep (or (caddr (cadr antlr-makefile-specification)) " "))
	 (n (and (cdr deps) (cadr antlr-makefile-specification) 0)))
    (or in-makefile (set-buffer standard-output))
    (dolist (dep deps)
      (let ((supers (cdadr dep))
	    (lang (cdr (assoc (cdddr dep) antlr-file-formats-alist))))
	(if n (incf n))
	(antlr-makefile-insert-variable n "" " =")
	(if supers
	    (insert " "
		    (format (cadr antlr-special-file-formats)
			    (file-name-sans-extension (car dep)))))
	(dolist (class-def (caadr dep))
	  (let ((sep gen-sep))
	    (dolist (class-file (cadr lang))
	      (insert sep (format class-file (car class-def)))
	      (setq sep " "))))
	(dolist (evocab (caaddr dep))
	  (let ((sep gen-sep))
	    (dolist (vocab-file (cons (car antlr-special-file-formats)
				      (car lang)))
	      (insert sep (format vocab-file evocab))
	      (setq sep " "))))
	(antlr-makefile-insert-variable n "\n$(" ")")
	(insert ": " (car dep))
	(dolist (ivocab (cdaddr dep))
	  (insert " " (format (car antlr-special-file-formats) ivocab)))
	(let ((glibs (antlr-superclasses-glibs supers classes)))
	  (if (cadr glibs) (setq with-error t))
	  (dolist (super (cddr glibs))
	    (insert " " (car super))
	    (if (cdr super)
		(insert " " (format (car antlr-special-file-formats)
				    (cdr super)))))
	  (insert "\n\t"
		  (caddr antlr-makefile-specification)
		  (car glibs)
		  " $<\n"
		  (car antlr-makefile-specification)))))
    (if n
	(let ((i 0))
	  (antlr-makefile-insert-variable nil "" " =")
	  (while (<= (incf i) n)
	    (antlr-makefile-insert-variable i " $(" ")"))
	  (insert "\n" (car antlr-makefile-specification))))
    (if (string-equal (car antlr-makefile-specification) "\n")
	(backward-delete-char 1))
    (when with-error
      (goto-char (point-min))
      (insert antlr-help-unknown-file-text))
    (unless in-makefile
      (copy-region-as-kill (point-min) (point-max))
      (goto-char (point-min))
      (insert (format antlr-help-rules-intro dirname)))))

(defun antlr-show-makefile-rules ()
  "Show Makefile rules for all grammar files in the current directory.
If the `major-mode' of the current buffer has the value `makefile-mode',
the rules are directory inserted at point.  Otherwise, a *Help* buffer
is shown with the rules which are also put into the `kill-ring' for

This command considers import/export vocabularies and grammar
inheritance and provides a value for the \"-glib\" option if necessary.
Customize variable `antlr-makefile-specification' for the appearance of
the rules.

If the file for a super-grammar cannot be determined, special file names
are used according to variable `antlr-unknown-file-formats' and a
commentary with value `antlr-help-unknown-file-text' is added.  The
*Help* buffer always starts with the text in `antlr-help-rules-intro'."
  (if (null (eq major-mode 'makefile-mode))
      (antlr-with-displaying-help-buffer 'antlr-insert-makefile-rules)
    (antlr-insert-makefile-rules t)))

;;;  Indentation

(defun antlr-indent-line ()
  "Indent the current line as ANTLR grammar code.
The indentation of grammar lines are calculated by `c-basic-offset',
multiplied by:
 - the level of the paren/brace/bracket depth,
 - plus 0/2/1, depending on the position inside the rule: header, body,
   exception part,
 - minus 1 if `antlr-indent-item-regexp' matches the beginning of the
   line starting from the first non-whitespace.

Lines inside block comments are indented by `c-indent-line' according to

Lines in actions except top-level actions in a header part or an option
area are indented by `c-indent-line'.

Lines in header actions are indented at column 0 if `antlr-language'
equals to a key in `antlr-indent-at-bol-alist' and the line starting at
the first non-whitespace is matched by the corresponding value.

For the initialization of `c-basic-offset', see `antlr-indent-style' and,
to a lesser extent, `antlr-tab-offset-alist'."
    (let ((orig (point))
	  (min0 (point-min))
	  bol boi indent syntax cc-syntax)
      (setq bol (point))
      (if (< bol min0)
	  (error "Beginning of current line not visible"))
      (skip-chars-forward " \t")
      (setq boi (point))
      ;; check syntax at beginning of indentation ----------------------------
      (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
	(setq syntax (antlr-syntactic-context))
	(cond ((symbolp syntax)
	       (setq indent nil))	; block-comments, strings, (comments)
		 (antlr-next-rule -1 t)
		 (if (antlr-search-forward ":") (< boi (1- (point))) t))
	       (setq indent 0))		; in rule header
	      ((if (antlr-search-forward ";") (< boi (point)) t)
	       (setq indent 2))		; in rule body
	       (antlr-skip-exception-part nil)
	       (setq indent (if (> (point) boi) 1 0))))) ; in exception part?
      ;; check whether to use indentation engine of cc-mode ------------------
      (goto-char boi)
      (when (and indent (> syntax 0))
	(cond ((> syntax 1)		; block in action => use cc-mode
	       (setq indent nil))
	      ((and (= indent 0)
		    (assq antlr-language antlr-indent-at-bol-alist)
		    (looking-at (cdr (assq antlr-language
	       (setq syntax 'bol))
	      ((setq cc-syntax (c-guess-basic-syntax))
	       (let ((cc cc-syntax) symbol)
		 (while (setq symbol (pop cc))
		   (when (cdr symbol)
		     (or (memq (car symbol)
			 (setq indent nil))
		     (setq cc nil)))))))
;;;		((= indent 1)		; exception part => use cc-mode
;;;		 (setq indent nil))
;;;		((save-restriction	; not in option part => cc-mode
;;;		   (goto-char (scan-lists (point) -1 1))
;;;		   (skip-chars-backward " \t\n")
;;;		   (narrow-to-region (point-min) (point))
;;;		   (not (re-search-backward "\\<options\\'" nil t)))
;;;		 (setq indent nil)))))
	;; compute the corresponding indentation and indent --------------------
      (if (null indent)
	  ;; Use the indentation engine of cc-mode
	    (goto-char orig)
	    (if (or (numberp syntax)
		    (if (eq syntax 'string) nil (eq antlr-indent-comment t)))
		(c-indent-line cc-syntax)))
	;; do it ourselves
	(goto-char boi)
	(unless (symbolp syntax)		; direct indentation
	  (incf indent (antlr-syntactic-context))
	  (and (> indent 0) (looking-at antlr-indent-item-regexp) (decf indent))
	  (setq indent (* indent c-basic-offset)))
	;; the usual major-mode indent stuff ---------------------------------
	(setq orig (- (point-max) orig))
	(unless (= (current-column) indent)
	  (delete-region bol boi)
	  (indent-to indent))
	;; If initial point was within line's indentation,
	;; position after the indentation.  Else stay at same point in text.
	(if (> (- (point-max) orig) (point))
	    (goto-char (- (point-max) orig)))))))

(defun antlr-indent-command (&optional arg)
  "Indent the current line or insert tabs/spaces.
With optional prefix argument ARG or if the previous command was this
command, insert ARG tabs or spaces according to `indent-tabs-mode'.
Otherwise, indent the current line with `antlr-indent-line'."
  (interactive "*P")
  (if (or arg (eq last-command 'antlr-indent-command))
      (insert-tab arg)
    (let ((antlr-indent-comment (and antlr-indent-comment t))) ; dynamic

(defun antlr-electric-character (&optional arg)
  "Insert the character you type and indent the current line.
Insert the character like `self-insert-command' and indent the current
line as `antlr-indent-command' does.  Do not indent the line if

 * this command is called with a prefix argument ARG,
 * there are characters except whitespaces between point and the
   beginning of the line, or
 * point is not inside a normal grammar code, { and } are also OK in

This command is useful for a character which has some special meaning in
ANTLR's syntax and influences the auto indentation, see
  (interactive "*P")
  (if (or arg
	  (save-excursion (skip-chars-backward " \t") (not (bolp)))
	  (antlr-with-syntax-table antlr-action-syntax-table
	    (let ((context (antlr-syntactic-context)))
	      (not (and (numberp context)
			(or (zerop context)
			    (memq last-command-char '(?\{ ?\}))))))))
      (self-insert-command (prefix-numeric-value arg))
    (self-insert-command (prefix-numeric-value arg))

;;;  Mode entry

(defun antlr-c-init-language-vars ()
  "Like `c-init-language-vars-for' when using cc-mode before v5.29."
  (let ((settings			; (cdr '(setq...)) will be optimized
	 (if (eq antlr-language 'c++-mode)
	     (cdr '(setq		;' from `c++-mode' v5.20, v5.28
		    c-keywords (c-identifier-re c-C++-keywords)
		    c-conditional-key c-C++-conditional-key
		    c-comment-start-regexp c-C++-comment-start-regexp
		    c-class-key c-C++-class-key
		    c-extra-toplevel-key c-C++-extra-toplevel-key
		    c-access-key c-C++-access-key
		    c-recognize-knr-p nil
		    c-bitfield-key c-C-bitfield-key ; v5.28
	   (cdr '(setq			; from `java-mode' v5.20, v5.28
		  c-keywords (c-identifier-re c-Java-keywords)
		  c-conditional-key c-Java-conditional-key
		  c-comment-start-regexp c-Java-comment-start-regexp
		  c-class-key c-Java-class-key
		  c-method-key nil
		  c-baseclass-key nil
		  c-recognize-knr-p nil
		  c-access-key c-Java-access-key ; v5.20
		  c-inexpr-class-key c-Java-inexpr-class-key ; v5.28
    (while settings
      (when (boundp (car settings))
	  (set (car settings) (eval (cadr settings)))))
      (setq settings (cddr settings)))))

(defun antlr-language-option (search)
  "Find language in `antlr-language-alist' for language option.
If SEARCH is non-nil, find element for language option.  Otherwise, find
the default language."
  (let ((value (and search
		      (goto-char (point-min))
		      (re-search-forward (cdr antlr-language-limit-n-regexp)
					 (car antlr-language-limit-n-regexp)
		    (match-string 1)))
	(seq antlr-language-alist)
    ;; Like (find VALUE antlr-language-alist :key 'cddr :test 'member)
    (while seq
      (setq r (pop seq))
      (if (member value (cddr r))
	  (setq seq nil)		; stop
	(setq r nil)))			; no result yet
    (car r)))

(defun antlr-mode ()
  "Major mode for editing ANTLR grammar files.
  (c-initialize-cc-mode)		; cc-mode is required
  (unless (fboundp 'c-forward-sws)	; see above
    (fset 'antlr-c-forward-sws 'c-forward-syntactic-ws))
  ;; ANTLR specific ----------------------------------------------------------
  (setq major-mode 'antlr-mode
	mode-name "Antlr")
  (setq local-abbrev-table antlr-mode-abbrev-table)
  (unless antlr-mode-syntax-table
    (setq antlr-mode-syntax-table (make-syntax-table))
    (c-populate-syntax-table antlr-mode-syntax-table))
  (set-syntax-table antlr-mode-syntax-table)
  (unless antlr-action-syntax-table
    (let ((slist (nth 3 antlr-font-lock-defaults)))
      (setq antlr-action-syntax-table
	    (copy-syntax-table antlr-mode-syntax-table))
      (while slist
	(modify-syntax-entry (caar slist) (cdar slist)
	(setq slist (cdr slist)))))
  (use-local-map antlr-mode-map)
  (make-local-variable 'antlr-language)
  (unless antlr-language
    (setq antlr-language
	  (or (antlr-language-option t) (antlr-language-option nil))))
  (if (stringp (cadr (assq antlr-language antlr-language-alist)))
      (setq mode-name
	    (concat "Antlr."
		    (cadr (assq antlr-language antlr-language-alist)))))
  ;; indentation, for the C engine -------------------------------------------
  (setq c-buffer-is-cc-mode antlr-language)
  (cond ((fboundp 'c-init-language-vars-for) ; cc-mode 5.30.5+
	 (c-init-language-vars-for antlr-language))
	((fboundp 'c-init-c-language-vars) ; cc-mode 5.30 to 5.30.4
	 (c-init-c-language-vars)	; not perfect, but OK
	 (setq c-recognize-knr-p nil))
	((fboundp 'c-init-language-vars) ; cc-mode 5.29
	 (let ((init-fn 'c-init-language-vars))
	   (funcall init-fn)))		; is a function in v5.29
	(t				; cc-mode upto 5.28
	 (antlr-c-init-language-vars)))	; do it myself
  (c-basic-common-init antlr-language (or antlr-indent-style "gnu"))
  (make-local-variable 'outline-regexp)
  (make-local-variable 'outline-level)
  (make-local-variable 'require-final-newline)
  (make-local-variable 'indent-line-function)
  (make-local-variable 'indent-region-function)
  (setq outline-regexp "[^#\n\^M]"
	outline-level 'c-outline-level)	; TODO: define own
  (setq require-final-newline mode-require-final-newline)
  (setq indent-line-function 'antlr-indent-line
	indent-region-function nil)	; too lazy
  (setq comment-start "// "
 	comment-end ""
	comment-start-skip "/\\*+ *\\|// *")
  ;; various -----------------------------------------------------------------
  (make-local-variable 'font-lock-defaults)
  (setq font-lock-defaults antlr-font-lock-defaults)
  (easy-menu-add antlr-mode-menu)
  (make-local-variable 'imenu-create-index-function)
  (setq imenu-create-index-function 'antlr-imenu-create-index-function)
  (make-local-variable 'imenu-generic-expression)
  (setq imenu-generic-expression t)	; fool stupid test
  (and antlr-imenu-name			; there should be a global variable...
       (fboundp 'imenu-add-to-menubar)
	(if (stringp antlr-imenu-name) antlr-imenu-name "Index")))
  (run-mode-hooks 'antlr-mode-hook))

;; A smarter version of `group-buffers-menu-by-mode-then-alphabetically' (in
;; XEmacs) could use the following property.  The header of the submenu would
;; be "Antlr" instead of "Antlr.C++" or (not and!) "Antlr.Java".
(put 'antlr-mode 'mode-name "Antlr")

(defun antlr-set-tabs ()
  "Use ANTLR's convention for TABs according to `antlr-tab-offset-alist'.
Used in `antlr-mode'.  Also a useful function in `java-mode-hook'."
  (if buffer-file-name
      (let ((alist antlr-tab-offset-alist) elem)
	(while alist
	  (setq elem (pop alist))
	  (and (or (null (car elem)) (eq (car elem) major-mode))
	       (or (null (cadr elem))
		   (string-match (cadr elem) buffer-file-name))
	       (setq tab-width (caddr elem)
		     indent-tabs-mode (cadddr elem)
		     alist nil))))))

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