Kalle Olavi Niemitalo <email@example.com> writes:
Thanks for your suggestions. They simplify the code.
I use them in the actual psvn.el revision.
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> +;; taken from esh-util: eshell-for
>> +(defmacro svn-status-for (for-var for-list &rest forms)
> I don't see why esh-util bothers to define this, when the dolist
> macro is already widely available:
> - GNU Emacs 20.7 defines it in cl-macs.
> - GNU Emacs 21.4 defines it in subr, which is preloaded.
> - XEmacs 21.4 defines it in cl-macs, which is preloaded.
> (dolist (x y) z...) corresponds to (eshell-for x y z...).
>> +;; taken from esh-util: eshell-flatten-list
>> +(defun svn-status-flatten-list (args)
>> + "Flatten any lists within ARGS, so that there are no sublists."
>> + (let ((new-list (list t)))
>> + (svn-status-for a args
>> + (if (and (listp a)
>> + (listp (cdr a)))
>> + (nconc new-list (svn-status-flatten-list a))
>> + (nconc new-list (list a))))
>> + (cdr new-list)))
> Here's how this might be written with the loop macro:
> (defun svn-status-flatten-list (list)
> (loop for item in list
> if (listp item) nconc (svn-status-flatten-list item)
> else collect item))
> Shorter, and typically much faster on long lists as well.
> This is not quite optimal on deeply nested lists though,
> as it reverses the list twice on each level of recursion.
> Such input is better handled by a pair of functions:
> a recursive one that scans the tree and pushes each atom
> on a stack held in a dynamic variable, and a harness that
> sets up the stack and reverses it at the end.
>> ARGLIST is a list of arguments \(which must include the command name,
>> for example: '(\"revert\" \"file1\"\)
>> +ARGLIST is flattened and any every nil value is discarded.
> OK, this will simplify my patch for issue #2357.
>> + (setq arglist (delete nil (svn-status-flatten-list arglist)))
> svn-status-flatten-list already deletes nils, because they are
> empty lists.
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Received on Mon Sep 5 22:03:05 2005