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;;; org-fold.el --- Folding of Org entries -*- lexical-binding: t; -*-
;; Copyright (C) 2020-2020 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: ???
;; Keywords: folding, invisible text
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;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
;; GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <>.
;;; Commentary:
;; This file contains code handling temporary invisibility (folding
;; and unfolding) of text in org buffers.
;; The file implements the following functionality:
;; - Folding/unfolding text regions and org elements
;; - Searching and examining boundaries of folded text
;; - Revealing text around point
;; - Interactive searching in folded text (via isearch)
;; - Handling edits in folded text
;;; Folding/unfolding text regions and org elements
;; User can temporarily fold/unfold arbitrary regions or text inside
;; headlines, blocks, or drawers.
;; Internally, different types of elements are marked with different
;; folding specs (see `org-fold--spec-priority-list' for the list of available
;; specs). Overlapping folds marked with the same folding spec are
;; automatically merged, while folds with different folding specs can
;; coexist and be folded/unfolded independently.
;; By default, we define tree types of folding specs:
;; - for headlines
;; - for all kinds of blocks
;; - for drawers (including property drawers)
;; If necessary, one can add extra folding specs using
;; `org-fold-add-folding-spec'.
;; Because of details of implementation of the folding, it is not
;; recommended to set text visibility in org buffer directly by
;; setting 'invisible text property to anything other than t. While
;; this should usually work just fine, normal org folding can be
;; broken if one sets 'invisible text property to a value not listed
;; in `buffer-invisibility-spec'.
;;; Searching and examining boundaries of folded text
;; It is possible to examine folding specs (there may be several) of
;; text at point or search for regions with the same folding spec.
;; If one wants to search invisible text without using functions
;; defined below, it is important to keep in mind that 'invisible text
;; property in org buffers may have multiple possible values (not just nil
;; and t). Hence, (next-single-char-property-change pos 'invisible) is
;; not guarantied to return the boundary of invisible/visible text.
;;; Revealing text around point
;; In addition to unfolding individual org elements, it is possible to
;; unfold meaningful headline structure around point using
;; `org-fold-show-context' and `org-fold-reveal'. There are several possible variants
;; of structure to be revealed. See `org-fold-show-context-detail' for the
;; details.
;;; Handling edits inside invisible text
;; Accidental user edits inside invisible text may easily mess up org
;; documents. Here, we provide a framework to catch such edits and
;; throw error if necessary. This framework is used, for example, by
;; `org-self-insert-command' and `org-delete-backward-char', See
;; `org-fold-catch-invisible-edits' for available customisation.
;; Some edits inside folded text are not accidental and done by
;; various Org functions. Setting scheduled time, deadlines,
;; properties, etc often involve adding or changing text insided
;; folded headlines or drawers. Normally, such edits do not reveal
;; the folded text. However, the edited text is revealed when
;; document structure is disturbed by edits. See more details in
;; `org-fold--fix-folded-region'.
;;; Code:
(require 'org-macs)
(defvar org-inlinetask-min-level)
(declare-function isearch-filter-visible "isearch" (beg end))
(declare-function org-element-type "org-element" (element))
(declare-function org-element-property "org-element" (property element))
;;; Customization
(defgroup org-fold-reveal-location nil
"Options about how to make context of a location visible."
:tag "Org Reveal Location"
:group 'org-structure)
(defcustom org-fold-show-context-detail '((agenda . local)
(bookmark-jump . lineage)
(isearch . lineage)
(default . ancestors))
"Alist between context and visibility span when revealing a location.
\\<org-mode-map>Some actions may move point into invisible
locations. As a consequence, Org always expose a neighborhood
around point. How much is shown depends on the initial action,
or context. Valid contexts are
agenda when exposing an entry from the agenda
org-goto when using the command `org-goto' (`\\[org-goto]')
occur-tree when using the command `org-occur' (`\\[org-sparse-tree] /')
tags-tree when constructing a sparse tree based on tags matches
link-search when exposing search matches associated with a link
mark-goto when exposing the jump goal of a mark
bookmark-jump when exposing a bookmark location
isearch when exiting from an incremental search
default default for all contexts not set explicitly
Allowed visibility spans are
minimal show current headline; if point is not on headline,
also show entry
local show current headline, entry and next headline
ancestors show current headline and its direct ancestors; if
point is not on headline, also show entry
lineage show current headline, its direct ancestors and all
their children; if point is not on headline, also show
entry and first child
tree show current headline, its direct ancestors and all
their children; if point is not on headline, also show
entry and all children
canonical show current headline, its direct ancestors along with
their entries and children; if point is not located on
the headline, also show current entry and all children
As special cases, a nil or t value means show all contexts in
`minimal' or `canonical' view, respectively.
Some views can make displayed information very compact, but also
make it harder to edit the location of the match. In such
a case, use the command `org-fold-reveal' (`\\[org-fold-reveal]') to show
more context."
:group 'org-fold-reveal-location
:version "26.1"
:package-version '(Org . "9.0")
:type '(choice
(const :tag "Canonical" t)
(const :tag "Minimal" nil)
(repeat :greedy t :tag "Individual contexts"
(choice :tag "Context"
(const agenda)
(const org-goto)
(const occur-tree)
(const tags-tree)
(const link-search)
(const mark-goto)
(const bookmark-jump)
(const isearch)
(const default))
(choice :tag "Detail level"
(const minimal)
(const local)
(const ancestors)
(const lineage)
(const tree)
(const canonical))))))
(defvar org-fold-reveal-start-hook nil
"Hook run before revealing a location.")
(defcustom org-fold-catch-invisible-edits nil
"Check if in invisible region before inserting or deleting a character.
Valid values are:
nil Do not check, so just do invisible edits.
error Throw an error and do nothing.
show Make point visible, and do the requested edit.
show-and-error Make point visible, then throw an error and abort the edit.
smart Make point visible, and do insertion/deletion if it is
adjacent to visible text and the change feels predictable.
Never delete a previously invisible character or add in the
middle or right after an invisible region. Basically, this
allows insertion and backward-delete right before ellipses.
FIXME: maybe in this case we should not even show?"
:group 'org-edit-structure
:version "24.1"
:type '(choice
(const :tag "Do not check" nil)
(const :tag "Throw error when trying to edit" error)
(const :tag "Unhide, but do not do the edit" show-and-error)
(const :tag "Show invisible part and do the edit" show)
(const :tag "Be smart and do the right thing" smart)))
;;; Core functionality
;;;; Buffer-local folding specs
(defvar-local org-fold--spec-priority-list '(org-fold-outline
"Priority of folding specs.
If a region has multiple folding specs at the same time, only the
first property from this list will be considered.")
(defvar-local org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis '(org-fold-outline
"A list of folding specs, which should be indicated by `org-ellipsis'.")
(defvar-local org-fold--isearch-specs '(org-fold-block
"List of text invisibility specs to be searched by isearch.
By default ([2020-05-09 Sat]), isearch does not search in hidden text,
which was made invisible using text properties. Isearch will be forced
to search in hidden text with any of the listed 'invisible property value.")
(defsubst org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element (type)
"Return name of folding spec for element TYPE."
(pcase type
('headline 'org-fold-outline)
('inlinetask 'org-fold-outline)
('plain-list 'org-fold-outline)
('block 'org-fold-block)
('center-block 'org-fold-block)
('comment-block 'org-fold-block)
('dynamic-block 'org-fold-block)
('example-block 'org-fold-block)
('export-block 'org-fold-block)
('quote-block 'org-fold-block)
('special-block 'org-fold-block)
('src-block 'org-fold-block)
('verse-block 'org-fold-block)
('drawer 'org-fold-drawer)
('property-drawer 'org-fold-drawer)
(_ nil)))
(defvar org-fold--property-symbol-cache (make-hash-table :test 'equal)
"Saved values of folding properties for (buffer . spec) conses.")
;; This is the core function used to fold text in org buffers. We use
;; text properties to hide folded text, however 'invisible property is
;; not directly used. Instead, we define unique text property (folding
;; property) for every possible folding spec and add the resulting
;; text properties into `char-property-alias-alist', so that
;; 'invisible text property is automatically defined if any of the
;; folding properties is non-nil.
;; This approach lets us maintain multiple folds for the same text
;; region - poor man's overlays (but much faster).
;; Additionally, folding properties are ensured to be unique for
;; different buffers (especially for indirect buffers). This is done
;; to allow different folding states in indirect org buffers.
;; If one changes folding state in a fresh indirect buffer, all the
;; folding properties carried from the base buffer are updated to
;; become unique in the new indirect buffer.
(defun org-fold--property-symbol-get-create (spec &optional buffer return-only)
"Return unique symbol suitable to be used as folding text property corresponding to folding SPEC in BUFFER.
If the buffer already have buffer-local setup in `char-property-alias-alist'
and the setup appears to be created for different buffer,
copy the old invisibility state into new buffer-local text properties,
unless RETURN-ONLY is non-nil."
(if (not (member spec org-fold--spec-priority-list))
(user-error "%s should be a valid folding spec" spec)
(let* ((buf (or buffer (current-buffer))))
;; Create unique property symbol for SPEC in BUFFER
(let ((local-prop (or (gethash (cons buf spec) org-fold--property-symbol-cache)
(puthash (cons buf spec)
(intern (format "org-fold--spec-%s-%S"
(symbol-name spec)
;; (sxhash buf) appears to be not constant over time.
;; Using buffer-name is safe, since the only place where
;; buffer-local text property actually matters is an indirect
;; buffer, where the name cannot be same anyway.
(sxhash (buffer-name buf))))
(unless return-only
(with-current-buffer buf
;; Update folding properties carried over from other
;; buffer (implying that current buffer is indirect
;; buffer). Normally, `char-property-alias-alist' in new
;; indirect buffer is a copy of the same variable from
;; the base buffer. Then, `char-property-alias-alist'
;; would contain folding properties, which are not
;; matching the generated `local-prop'.
(unless (member local-prop (cdr (assq 'invisible char-property-alias-alist)))
;; Copy all the old folding properties to preserve the folding state
(dolist (old-prop (cdr (assq 'invisible char-property-alias-alist)))
(let* ((pos (point-min))
;; We know that folding properties have
;; folding spec in their name. Extract that
;; spec.
(spec (catch :exit
(dolist (spec org-fold--spec-priority-list)
(when (string-match-p (symbol-name spec)
(symbol-name old-prop))
(throw :exit spec)))))
;; Generate new buffer-unique folding property
(new-prop (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec nil 'return-only)))
;; Copy the visibility state for `spec' from `old-prop' to `new-prop'
(while (< pos (point-max))
(let ((val (get-text-property pos old-prop)))
(when val
(put-text-property pos (next-single-char-property-change pos old-prop) new-prop val)))
(setq pos (next-single-char-property-change pos old-prop))))))
;; Update `char-property-alias-alist' with folding
;; properties unique for the current buffer.
(setq-local char-property-alias-alist
(cons (cons 'invisible
(mapcar (lambda (spec)
(org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec nil 'return-only))
(remove (assq 'invisible char-property-alias-alist)
;;; API
;;;; Modifying folding specs
(defun org-fold-add-folding-spec (spec &optional buffer no-ellipsis-p no-isearch-open-p append)
"Add a new folding SPEC in BUFFER.
SPEC must be a symbol. BUFFER can be a buffer to set SPEC in, nil to
set SPEC in current buffer, or 'all to set SPEC in all open `org-mode'
buffers and all future org buffers. Non-nil optional argument
NO-ELLIPSIS-P means that folded text will not be indicated by
`org-ellipsis'. Non-nil optional argument NO-ISEARCH-OPEN-P means
that folded text cannot be searched by isearch. By default, the added
SPEC will have highest priority among the previously defined specs.
When optional APPEND argument is non-nil, SPEC will have the lowest
priority instead. If SPEC was already defined earlier, it will be
redefined according to provided optional arguments."
(when (eq spec 'all) (user-error "Folding spec name 'all is not allowed"))
(when (eq buffer 'all)
(mapc (lambda (buf)
(org-fold-add-folding-spec spec buf no-ellipsis-p no-isearch-open-p append))
(setq-default org-fold--spec-priority-list (delq spec org-fold--spec-priority-list))
(add-to-list 'org-fold--spec-priority-list spec append)
(setq-default org-fold--spec-priority-list org-fold--spec-priority-list)
(when no-ellipsis-p (setq-default org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis (delq spec org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis)))
(unless no-ellipsis-p
(add-to-list 'org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis spec)
(setq-default org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis))
(when no-isearch-open-p (setq-default org-fold--isearch-specs (delq spec org-fold--isearch-specs)))
(unless no-isearch-open-p
(add-to-list 'org-fold--isearch-specs spec)
(setq-default org-fold--isearch-specs org-fold--isearch-specs)))
(let ((buffer (or buffer (current-buffer))))
(with-current-buffer buffer
(add-to-invisibility-spec (cons spec (not no-ellipsis-p)))
(setq org-fold--spec-priority-list (delq spec org-fold--spec-priority-list))
(add-to-list 'org-fold--spec-priority-list spec append)
(when no-ellipsis-p (setq org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis (delq spec org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis)))
(unless no-ellipsis-p (add-to-list 'org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis spec))
(when no-isearch-open-p (setq org-fold--isearch-specs (delq spec org-fold--isearch-specs)))
(unless no-isearch-open-p (add-to-list 'org-fold--isearch-specs spec)))))
(defun org-fold-remove-folding-spec (spec &optional buffer)
"Remove a folding SPEC in BUFFER.
SPEC must be a symbol.
BUFFER can be a buffer to remove SPEC in, nil to remove SPEC in current buffer,
or 'all to remove SPEC in all open org-mode buffers and all future org buffers."
(org-fold--check-spec spec)
(when (eq buffer 'all)
(mapc (lambda (buf)
(org-fold-remove-folding-spec spec buf))
(setq-default org-fold--spec-priority-list (delq spec org-fold--spec-priority-list))
(setq-default org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis (delq spec org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis))
(setq-default org-fold--isearch-specs (delq spec org-fold--isearch-specs)))
(let ((buffer (or buffer (current-buffer))))
(with-current-buffer buffer
(remove-from-invisibility-spec (cons spec t))
(remove-from-invisibility-spec spec)
(setq org-fold--spec-priority-list (delq spec org-fold--spec-priority-list))
(setq org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis (delq spec org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis))
(setq org-fold--isearch-specs (delq spec org-fold--isearch-specs)))))
(defun org-fold-initialize ()
"Setup org-fold in current buffer."
(dolist (spec org-fold--spec-priority-list)
(org-fold-add-folding-spec spec nil (not (memq spec org-fold--spec-with-ellipsis)) (not (memq spec org-fold--isearch-specs))))
(add-hook 'after-change-functions 'org-fold--fix-folded-region nil 'local)
;; Make isearch reveal context
(setq-local outline-isearch-open-invisible-function
(lambda (&rest _) (org-fold-show-context 'isearch)))
(require 'isearch)
(if (boundp 'isearch-opened-regions)
;; Use new implementation of isearch allowing to search inside text
;; hidden via text properties.
(org-fold--isearch-setup 'text-properties)
(org-fold--isearch-setup 'overlays)))
;;;; Searching and examining folded text
(defun org-fold-folded-p (&optional pos)
"Non-nil if the character after POS is folded.
If POS is nil, use `point' instead."
(let ((value (get-char-property (or pos (point)) 'invisible)))
(cond ((not value) nil)
((memq value org-fold--spec-priority-list) value)
(t nil))))
(defun org-fold-get-folding-spec (&optional spec pom)
"Get folding state SPEC at POM.
If SPEC is nil, return a folding spec with highest priority among
present at point or POM.
If SPEC is 'all, return the list of all present folding specs.
Return nil if there is no folding at point or POM.
If SPEC is a valid folding spec, return value is SPEC if the point is
within region folded using SPEC or nil otherwise."
(when (and spec (not (eq spec 'all))) (org-fold--check-spec spec))
(org-with-point-at (or pom (point))
(if (and spec (not (eq spec 'all)))
(get-char-property (point) (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec nil t))
(let ((result))
(dolist (spec org-fold--spec-priority-list)
(let ((val (get-char-property (point) (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec nil t))))
(when val
(push val result))))
(if (eq spec 'all)
(car (last result)))))))
(defun org-fold-get-folding-specs-in-region (beg end)
"Get all folding specs in region from BEG to END."
(let ((pos beg)
(while (< pos end)
(setq all-specs (append all-specs (org-fold-get-folding-spec nil pos)))
(setq pos (org-fold-next-folding-state-change nil pos end)))
(unless (listp all-specs) (setq all-specs (list all-specs)))
(delete-dups all-specs)))
(defun org-fold-get-region-at-point (&optional spec pom)
"Return region folded using SPEC at POM.
If SPEC is nil, return the largest possible folded region.
The return value is a cons of beginning and the end of the region.
Return nil when no fold is present at point of POM."
(when spec (org-fold--check-spec spec))
(org-with-point-at (or pom (point))
(if spec
(org-find-text-property-region (point) (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec nil t))
(let ((beg (point))
(end (point)))
(while (get-text-property beg 'invisible)
(setq beg (or (previous-single-property-change beg 'invisible nil (point-min))
(while (get-text-property end 'invisible)
(setq end (or (next-single-property-change end 'invisible nil (point-max))
(cons beg end)))))
;; FIXME: Optimize performance
(defun org-fold-next-visibility-change (&optional pos limit ignore-hidden-p previous-p)
"Return next point from POS up to LIMIT where text becomes visible/invisible.
By default, text hidden by any means (i.e. not only by folding, but
also via fontification) will be considered.
If IGNORE-HIDDEN-P is non-nil, consider only folded text.
If PREVIOUS-P is non-nil, search backwards."
(let* ((pos (or pos (point)))
(invisible-p (if ignore-hidden-p
(invisible-initially? (funcall invisible-p pos))
(limit (or limit (if previous-p
(cmp (if previous-p #'> #'<))
(next-change (if previous-p
(if ignore-hidden-p
(lambda (p) (org-fold-previous-folding-state-change (org-fold-get-folding-spec nil p) p limit))
(lambda (p) (max limit (1- (previous-single-char-property-change p 'invisible nil limit)))))
(if ignore-hidden-p
(lambda (p) (org-fold-next-folding-state-change (org-fold-get-folding-spec nil p) p limit))
(lambda (p) (next-single-char-property-change p 'invisible nil limit)))))
(next pos))
(while (and (funcall cmp next limit)
(not (xor invisible-initially? (funcall invisible-p next))))
(setq next (funcall next-change next)))
(defun org-fold-previous-visibility-change (&optional pos limit ignore-hidden-p)
"Call `org-fold-next-visibility-change' searching backwards."
(org-fold-next-visibility-change pos limit ignore-hidden-p 'previous))
(defun org-fold-next-folding-state-change (&optional spec pos limit previous-p)
"Return next point where folding state SPEC changes relative to POS up to LIMIT.
If SPEC is nil, return next point where _any_ single folding type changes.
For example, (org-fold-next-folding-state-change nil) with point
somewhere in the below structure will return the nearest <...> point.
* Headline <begin outline fold>
:PROPERTIES:<begin drawer fold>
:ID: test
:END:<end drawer fold>
Fusce suscipit, wisi nec facilisis facilisis, est dui fermentum leo, quis tempor ligula erat quis odio.
** Another headline
:DRAWER:<begin drawer fold>
:END:<end drawer fold>
** Yet another headline
<end of outline fold>
If SPEC is a list, only consider changes of folding states from the list.
Search backwards when PREVIOUS-P is non-nil."
(when (and spec (symbolp spec))
(setq spec (list spec)))
(when spec (mapc #'org-fold--check-spec spec))
(unless spec
(setq spec org-fold--spec-priority-list))
(let* ((pos (or pos (point)))
(props (mapcar (lambda (el) (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create el nil t))
(cmp (if previous-p
(next-change (if previous-p
(lambda (prop) (max (or limit (point-min)) (1- (previous-single-char-property-change pos prop nil (or limit (point-min))))))
(lambda (prop) (next-single-char-property-change pos prop nil (or limit (point-max)))))))
(apply cmp (mapcar next-change props))))
(defun org-fold-previous-folding-state-change (&optional spec pos limit)
"Call `org-fold-next-folding-state-change' searching backwards."
(org-fold-next-folding-state-change spec pos limit 'previous))
(defun org-fold-search-forward (spec &optional limit)
"Search next region folded via folding SPEC up to LIMIT.
Move point right after the end of the region, to LIMIT, or
`point-max'. The `match-data' will contain the region."
(org-fold--check-spec spec)
(let ((prop-symbol (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec nil t)))
(goto-char (or (next-single-char-property-change (point) prop-symbol nil limit) limit (point-max)))
(when (and (< (point) (or limit (point-max)))
(not (org-fold-get-folding-spec spec)))
(goto-char (next-single-char-property-change (point) prop-symbol nil limit)))
(when (org-fold-get-folding-spec spec)
(let ((region (org-fold-get-region-at-point spec)))
(when (< (cdr region) (or limit (point-max)))
(goto-char (1+ (cdr region)))
(set-match-data (list (set-marker (make-marker) (car region) (current-buffer))
(set-marker (make-marker) (cdr region) (current-buffer)))))))))
;;;; Changing visibility (regions, blocks, drawers, headlines)
;;;;; Region visibility
;; This is the core function performing actual folding/unfolding. The
;; folding state is stored in text property (folding property)
;; returned by `org-fold--property-symbol-get-create'. The value of the
;; folding property is folding spec symbol.
(defun org-fold-region (from to flag &optional spec)
"Hide or show lines from FROM to TO, according to FLAG.
SPEC is the folding spec, as a symbol.
If SPEC is omitted and FLAG is nil, unfold everything in the region."
(when spec (org-fold--check-spec spec))
(if flag
(if (not spec)
(error "Calling `org-fold-region' with missing SPEC")
(put-text-property from to
(org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec)
(put-text-property from to
(put-text-property from to
(if (not spec)
(dolist (spec org-fold--spec-priority-list)
(remove-text-properties from to
(list (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec) nil)))
(remove-text-properties from to
(list (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec) nil)))))))
(defun org-fold-show-all (&optional types)
"Show all contents in the visible part of the buffer.
By default, the function expands headings, blocks and drawers.
When optional argument TYPES is a list of symbols among `blocks',
`drawers' and `headings', to only expand one specific type."
(dolist (type (or types '(blocks drawers headings)))
(org-fold-region (point-min) (point-max) nil
(pcase type
(`blocks (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block))
(`drawers (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer))
(`headings (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))
(_ (error "Invalid type: %S" type))))))
(defun org-fold-flag-above-first-heading (&optional arg)
"Hide from bob up to the first heading.
Move point to the beginning of first heading or end of buffer."
(goto-char (point-min))
(unless (org-at-heading-p)
(unless (bobp)
(org-fold-region 1 (1- (point)) (not arg) (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))))
;;;;; Heading visibility
(defun org-fold-heading (flag &optional entry)
"Fold/unfold the current heading. FLAG non-nil means make invisible.
When ENTRY is non-nil, show the entire entry."
(org-back-to-heading t)
;; Check if we should show the entire entry
(if (not entry)
(line-end-position 0) (line-end-position) flag (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))
;; FIXME: potentially catches inlinetasks
(and (outline-next-heading)
(org-fold-heading nil))))))
(defun org-fold-hide-entry ()
"Hide the body directly following this heading."
(org-back-to-heading-or-point-min t)
(when (org-at-heading-p) (forward-line))
(line-end-position 0)
(if (re-search-forward
(concat "[\r\n]" (org-get-limited-outline-regexp)) nil t)
(line-end-position 0)
(org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))))
(defun org-fold-subtree (flag)
(org-back-to-heading t)
(org-fold-region (line-end-position)
(progn (org-end-of-subtree t) (point))
(org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))))
(defun org-fold-hide-subtree ()
"Hide everything after this heading at deeper levels."
(org-fold-subtree t))
(defun org-fold-hide-sublevels (levels)
"Hide everything but the top LEVELS levels of headers, in whole buffer.
This also unhides the top heading-less body, if any.
Interactively, the prefix argument supplies the value of LEVELS.
When invoked without a prefix argument, LEVELS defaults to the level
of the current heading, or to 1 if the current line is not a heading."
(interactive (list
(current-prefix-arg (prefix-numeric-value current-prefix-arg))
((save-excursion (beginning-of-line)
(looking-at outline-regexp))
(funcall outline-level))
(t 1))))
(if (< levels 1)
(error "Must keep at least one level of headers"))
(let* ((beg (progn
(goto-char (point-min))
;; Skip the prelude, if any.
(unless (org-at-heading-p) (outline-next-heading))
(end (progn
(goto-char (point-max))
;; Keep empty last line, if available.
(max (point-min) (if (bolp) (1- (point)) (point))))))
(if (< end beg)
(setq beg (prog1 end (setq end beg))))
;; First hide everything.
(org-fold-region beg end t (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))
;; Then unhide the top level headers.
(lambda ()
(when (<= (funcall outline-level) levels)
beg end)
;; Finally unhide any trailing newline.
(goto-char (point-max))
(if (and (bolp) (not (bobp)) (outline-invisible-p (1- (point))))
(org-fold-region (max (point-min) (1- (point))) (point) nil)))))
(defun org-fold-show-entry ()
"Show the body directly following its heading.
Show the heading too, if it is currently invisible."
(org-back-to-heading-or-point-min t)
(line-end-position 0)
(if (re-search-forward
(concat "[\r\n]\\(" (org-get-limited-outline-regexp) "\\)") nil t)
(match-beginning 1)
(org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))
(org-cycle-hide-drawers 'children)))
;; FIXME: defalias instead?
(defun org-fold-show-hidden-entry ()
"Show an entry where even the heading is hidden."
(defun org-fold-show-siblings ()
"Show all siblings of the current headline."
(while (org-goto-sibling) (org-fold-heading nil)))
(while (org-goto-sibling 'previous)
(org-fold-heading nil))))
(defun org-fold-show-children (&optional level)
"Show all direct subheadings of this heading.
Prefix arg LEVEL is how many levels below the current level
should be shown. Default is enough to cause the following
heading to appear."
(interactive "p")
(unless (org-before-first-heading-p)
(org-with-limited-levels (org-back-to-heading t))
(let* ((current-level (funcall outline-level))
(max-level (org-get-valid-level
(if level (prefix-numeric-value level) 1)))
(end (save-excursion (org-end-of-subtree t t)))
(regexp-fmt "^\\*\\{%d,%s\\}\\(?: \\|$\\)")
(past-first-child nil)
;; Make sure to skip inlinetasks.
(re (format regexp-fmt
((not (featurep 'org-inlinetask)) "")
(org-odd-levels-only (- (* 2 org-inlinetask-min-level)
(t (1- org-inlinetask-min-level))))))
;; Display parent heading.
(org-fold-heading nil)
;; Display children. First child may be deeper than expected
;; MAX-LEVEL. Since we want to display it anyway, adjust
;; MAX-LEVEL accordingly.
(while (re-search-forward re end t)
(unless past-first-child
(setq re (format regexp-fmt
(max (funcall outline-level) max-level)))
(setq past-first-child t))
(org-fold-heading nil))))))
(defun org-fold-show-subtree ()
"Show everything after this heading at deeper levels."
(point) (save-excursion (org-end-of-subtree t t)) nil (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline)))
(defun org-fold-show-branches ()
"Show all subheadings of this heading, but not their bodies."
(org-fold-show-children 1000))
(defun org-fold-show-branches-buffer ()
"Show all branches in the buffer."
(org-fold-hide-sublevels 1)
(unless (eobp)
(while (outline-get-next-sibling)
(goto-char (point-min)))
;;;;; Blocks and drawers visibility
(defun org-fold--hide-wrapper-toggle (element category force no-error)
"Toggle visibility for ELEMENT.
ELEMENT is a block or drawer type parsed element. CATEGORY is
either `block' or `drawer'. When FORCE is `off', show the block
or drawer. If it is non-nil, hide it unconditionally. Throw an
error when not at a block or drawer, unless NO-ERROR is non-nil.
Return a non-nil value when toggling is successful."
(let ((type (org-element-type element)))
((memq type
(pcase category
(`drawer '(drawer property-drawer))
(`block '(center-block
comment-block dynamic-block example-block export-block
quote-block special-block src-block verse-block))
(_ (error "Unknown category: %S" category))))
(let* ((post (org-element-property :post-affiliated element))
(start (save-excursion
(goto-char post)
(end (save-excursion
(goto-char (org-element-property :end element))
(skip-chars-backward " \t\n")
;; Do nothing when not before or at the block opening line or
;; at the block closing line.
(unless (let ((eol (line-end-position)))
(and (> eol start) (/= eol end)))
(let* ((spec (cond ((eq category 'block) (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block))
((eq category 'drawer) (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer))
(t (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'headline))))
(cond ((eq force 'off) nil)
(force t)
((org-fold-get-folding-spec nil start) nil)
(t t))))
(org-fold-region start end flag spec))
;; When the block is hidden away, make sure point is left in
;; a visible part of the buffer.
(when (invisible-p (max (1- (point)) (point-min)))
(goto-char post))
;; Signal success.
(no-error nil)
(user-error (if (eq category 'drawer)
"Not at a drawer"
"Not at a block"))))))
(defun org-fold-hide-block-toggle (&optional force no-error element)
"Toggle the visibility of the current block.
When optional argument FORCE is `off', make block visible. If it
is non-nil, hide it unconditionally. Throw an error when not at
a block, unless NO-ERROR is non-nil. When optional argument
ELEMENT is provided, consider it instead of the current block.
Return a non-nil value when toggling is successful."
(or element (org-element-at-point)) 'block force no-error))
(defun org-fold-hide-drawer-toggle (&optional force no-error element)
"Toggle the visibility of the current drawer.
When optional argument FORCE is `off', make drawer visible. If
it is non-nil, hide it unconditionally. Throw an error when not
at a drawer, unless NO-ERROR is non-nil. When optional argument
ELEMENT is provided, consider it instead of the current drawer.
Return a non-nil value when toggling is successful."
(or element (org-element-at-point)) 'drawer force no-error))
(defun org-fold-hide-block-all ()
"Fold all blocks in the current buffer."
(org-fold-show-all '(blocks))
(org-block-map 'org-fold-hide-block-toggle))
(defun org-fold-hide-drawer-all ()
"Fold all visible drawers in the current buffer or narrow."
(goto-char (point-min))
(while (re-search-forward org-drawer-regexp nil t)
;; Skip drawers in folded headings
(when (org-fold-get-folding-spec) (goto-char (org-fold-next-visibility-change nil nil 'ignore-hidden)))
(let* ((drawer (org-element-at-point))
(type (org-element-type drawer)))
(when (memq type '(drawer property-drawer))
;; We are sure regular drawers are unfolded because of
;; `org-show-all' call above. However, property drawers may
;; be folded, or in a folded headline. In that case, do not
;; re-hide it.
(unless (and (eq type 'property-drawer)
(org-fold-hide-drawer-toggle t nil drawer))
;; Make sure to skip drawer entirely or we might flag it
;; another time when matching its ending line with
;; `org-drawer-regexp'.
(goto-char (org-element-property :end drawer)))))))
;;;;; Reveal point location
(defun org-fold-show-context (&optional key)
"Make sure point and context are visible.
Optional argument KEY, when non-nil, is a symbol. See
`org-fold-show-context-detail' for allowed values and how much is to
be shown."
(cond ((symbolp org-fold-show-context-detail) org-fold-show-context-detail)
((cdr (assq key org-fold-show-context-detail)))
(t (cdr (assq 'default org-fold-show-context-detail))))))
(defun org-fold-show-set-visibility (detail)
"Set visibility around point according to DETAIL.
DETAIL is either nil, `minimal', `local', `ancestors', `lineage',
`tree', `canonical' or t. See `org-fold-show-context-detail' for more
;; Show current heading and possibly its entry, following headline
;; or all children.
(if (and (org-at-heading-p) (not (eq detail 'local)))
(org-fold-heading nil)
;; If point is hidden within a drawer or a block, make sure to
;; expose it.
(when (memq (org-fold-get-folding-spec)
(list (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer) (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block)))
(let* ((spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec))
(region (org-fold-get-region-at-point spec)))
(org-fold-region (car region) (cdr region) nil spec)))
(unless (org-before-first-heading-p)
(cl-case detail
((tree canonical t) (org-fold-show-children))
((nil minimal ancestors))
(t (save-excursion
(org-fold-heading nil)))))))
;; Show all siblings.
(when (eq detail 'lineage) (org-fold-show-siblings))
;; Show ancestors, possibly with their children.
(when (memq detail '(ancestors lineage tree canonical t))
(while (org-up-heading-safe)
(org-fold-heading nil)
(when (memq detail '(canonical t)) (org-fold-show-entry))
(when (memq detail '(tree canonical t)) (org-fold-show-children))))))
(defun org-fold-reveal (&optional siblings)
"Show current entry, hierarchy above it, and the following headline.
This can be used to show a consistent set of context around
locations exposed with `org-fold-show-context'.
With optional argument SIBLINGS, on each level of the hierarchy all
siblings are shown. This repairs the tree structure to what it would
look like when opened with hierarchical calls to `org-cycle'.
With a \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument] prefix, \
go to the parent and show the entire tree."
(interactive "P")
(run-hooks 'org-fold-reveal-start-hook)
(cond ((equal siblings '(4)) (org-fold-show-set-visibility 'canonical))
((equal siblings '(16))
(when (org-up-heading-safe)
(run-hook-with-args 'org-cycle-hook 'subtree))))
(t (org-fold-show-set-visibility 'lineage))))
;;; Internal functions
(defun org-fold--check-spec (spec)
"Throw an error if SPEC is not present in `org-fold--spec-priority-list'."
(unless (and spec (memq spec org-fold--spec-priority-list))
(user-error "%s is not a valid folding spec" spec)))
;;; Make isearch search in some text hidden via text propertoes
(defvar org-fold--isearch-overlays nil
"List of overlays temporarily created during isearch.
This is used to allow searching in regions hidden via text properties.
As for [2020-05-09 Sat], Isearch only has special handling of hidden overlays.
Any text hidden via text properties is not revealed even if `search-invisible'
is set to 't.")
(defvar-local org-fold--isearch-local-regions (make-hash-table :test 'equal)
"Hash table storing temporarily shown folds from isearch matches.")
(defun org-fold--isearch-setup (type)
"Initialize isearch in org buffer.
TYPE can be either `text-properties' or `overlays'."
(pcase type
(setq-local search-invisible 'open-all)
(add-hook 'isearch-mode-end-hook #'org-fold--clear-isearch-state nil 'local)
(add-hook 'isearch-mode-hook #'org-fold--clear-isearch-state nil 'local)
(setq-local isearch-filter-predicate #'org-fold--isearch-filter-predicate-text-properties))
(setq-local isearch-filter-predicate #'org-fold--isearch-filter-predicate-overlays)
(add-hook 'isearch-mode-end-hook #'org-fold--clear-isearch-overlays nil 'local))
(_ (error "%s: Unknown type of setup for `org-fold--isearch-setup'" type))))
(defun org-fold--isearch-filter-predicate-text-properties (beg end)
"Make sure that text hidden by any means other than `org-fold--isearch-specs' is not searchable.
This function is intended to be used as `isearch-filter-predicate'."
;; Check folding specs that cannot be searched
(seq-every-p (lambda (spec) (member spec org-fold--isearch-specs)) (org-fold-get-folding-specs-in-region beg end))
;; Check 'invisible properties that are not folding specs
(or (eq search-invisible t) ; User wants to search, allow it
(let ((pos beg)
(while (and (< pos end)
(not unknown-invisible-property))
(when (and (get-text-property pos 'invisible)
(not (member (get-text-property pos 'invisible) org-fold--isearch-specs)))
(setq unknown-invisible-property t))
(setq pos (next-single-char-property-change pos 'invisible)))
(not unknown-invisible-property)))
(or (and (eq search-invisible t)
;; FIXME: this opens regions permanenly for now.
;; I also tried to force search-invisible 'open-all around
;; `isearch-range-invisible', but that somehow causes
;; infinite loop in `isearch-lazy-highlight'.
(prog1 t
;; We still need to reveal the folded location
(org-fold--isearch-show-temporary (cons beg end) nil)))
(not (isearch-range-invisible beg end)))))
(defun org-fold--clear-isearch-state ()
"Clear `org-fold--isearch-local-regions'."
(clrhash org-fold--isearch-local-regions))
(defun org-fold--isearch-show (region)
"Reveal text in REGION found by isearch."
(org-with-point-at (car region)
(while (< (point) (cdr region))
(org-fold-show-set-visibility 'isearch)
(goto-char (org-fold-next-visibility-change (point) (cdr region) 'ignore-hidden)))))
(defun org-fold--isearch-show-temporary (region hide-p)
"Temporarily reveal text in REGION.
Hide text instead if HIDE-P is non-nil."
(if (not hide-p)
(let ((pos (car region)))
(while (< pos (cdr region))
(dolist (spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec 'all pos))
(push (cons spec (org-fold-get-region-at-point spec pos)) (gethash region org-fold--isearch-local-regions)))
(org-fold--isearch-show region)
(setq pos (org-fold-next-folding-state-change nil pos (cdr region)))))
(mapc (lambda (val) (org-fold-region (cadr val) (cddr val) t (car val))) (gethash region org-fold--isearch-local-regions))
(remhash region org-fold--isearch-local-regions)))
(defun org-fold--create-isearch-overlays (beg end)
"Replace text property invisibility spec by overlays between BEG and END.
All the regions with invisibility text property spec from
`org-fold--isearch-specs' will be changed to use overlays instead
of text properties. The created overlays will be stored in
(let ((pos beg))
(while (< pos end)
;; We need loop below to make sure that we clean all invisible
;; properties, which may be nested.
(while (memq (get-text-property pos 'invisible) org-fold--isearch-specs)
(let* ((spec (get-text-property pos 'invisible))
(region (org-find-text-property-region pos (org-fold--property-symbol-get-create spec nil t))))
;; Changing text properties is considered buffer modification.
;; We do not want it here.
(org-fold-region (car region) (cdr region) nil spec)
;; The overlay is modelled after `outline-flag-region'
;; [2020-05-09 Sat] overlay for 'outline blocks.
(let ((o (make-overlay (car region) (cdr region) nil 'front-advance)))
(overlay-put o 'evaporate t)
(overlay-put o 'invisible spec)
;; `delete-overlay' here means that spec information will be lost
;; for the region. The region will remain visible.
(overlay-put o 'isearch-open-invisible #'delete-overlay)
(push o org-fold--isearch-overlays)))))
(setq pos (next-single-property-change pos 'invisible nil end)))))
(defun org-fold--isearch-filter-predicate-overlays (beg end)
"Return non-nil if text between BEG and END is deemed visible by isearch.
This function is intended to be used as `isearch-filter-predicate'.
Unlike `isearch-filter-visible', make text with `invisible' text property
value listed in `org-fold--isearch-specs'."
(org-fold--create-isearch-overlays beg end) ;; trick isearch by creating overlays in place of invisible text
(isearch-filter-visible beg end))
(defun org-fold--clear-isearch-overlay (ov)
"Convert OV region back into using text properties."
(let ((spec (overlay-get ov 'invisible))) ;; ignore deleted overlays
(when spec
;; Changing text properties is considered buffer modification.
;; We do not want it here.
(org-fold-region (overlay-start ov) (overlay-end ov) t spec))))
(when (member ov isearch-opened-overlays)
(setq isearch-opened-overlays (delete ov isearch-opened-overlays)))
(delete-overlay ov))
(defun org-fold--clear-isearch-overlays ()
"Convert overlays from `org--isearch-overlays' back into using text properties."
(when org-fold--isearch-overlays
(mapc #'org-fold--clear-isearch-overlay org-fold--isearch-overlays)
(setq org-fold--isearch-overlays nil)))
;;; Handling changes in folded elements
(defun org-fold--fix-folded-region (from to _)
"Process changes in folded elements.
This function intended to be used as one of `after-change-functions'.
If a text was inserted into invisible region, hide the inserted text.
If the beginning/end line of a folded drawer/block was changed, unfold it.
If a valid end line was inserted in the middle of the folded drawer/block, unfold it."
;; Re-hide text inserted in the middle of a folded region.
(unless (equal from to)
(dolist (spec org-fold--spec-priority-list)
(let ((spec-to (org-fold-get-folding-spec spec to))
(spec-from (org-fold-get-folding-spec spec (max (point-min) (1- from)))))
(when (and spec-from spec-to (eq spec-to spec-from))
(org-fold-region from to t (or spec-from spec-to))))))
;; Re-hide text inserted right in front/back of a folded region
;; Examples: beginning of a folded drawer, first line of folded
;; headline (schedule).
;; However, do not hide headline text
(unless (equal from to)
(when (and (xor (org-fold-folded-p (max (point-min) (1- from))) (org-fold-folded-p to))
(not (org-at-heading-p)))
(org-fold-region from to t (or (org-fold-get-folding-spec nil (max (point-min) (1- from))) (org-fold-get-folding-spec nil to)))))
;; Reveal the whole region if inserted in the middle of
;; visible text. This is needed, for example, when one is
;; trying to copy text from indirect buffer to main buffer. If
;; the text is unfolded in the indirect buffer, but folded in
;; the main buffer, the text properties responsible for
;; folding will be activated as soon as the text is pasted
;; into the main buffer. Thus, we need to unfold the inserted
;; text to make org-mode behave as expected (the inserted text
;; is visible).
;; FIXME: this breaks when replacing buffer/region contents - we do not need to unfold in that case
;; (unless (equal from to)
;; (when (and (not (org-fold-folded-p (max (point-min) (1- from)))) (not (org-fold-folded-p to)))
;; (org-fold-region from to nil)))
;; Process all the folded text between `from' and `to'.
;; If the edit is done in the first line of a folded drawer/block,
;; the folded text is only starting from the next line and needs to
;; be checked.
(setq to (save-excursion (goto-char to) (line-beginning-position 2)))
;; If the ":END:" line of the drawer is deleted, the folded text is
;; only ending at the previous line and needs to be checked.
(setq from (save-excursion (goto-char from) (line-beginning-position 0)))
;; Expand the considered region to include partially present folded
;; drawer/block.
(when (org-fold-get-folding-spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer) from)
(setq from (org-fold-previous-folding-state-change (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer) from)))
(when (org-fold-get-folding-spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block) from)
(setq from (org-fold-previous-folding-state-change (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block) from)))
;; Check folded drawers and blocks.
(dolist (spec (list (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer) (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block)))
(let ((pos from)
(begin-re (cond
((eq spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer))
;; Group one below contains the type of the block.
((eq spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block))
(rx bol (zero-or-more (any " " "\t"))
(or ":"
(seq "_"
(group (one-or-more (not (syntax whitespace))))))))))
;; To be determined later. May depend on `begin-re' match (i.e. for blocks).
;; Move to the first hidden drawer/block.
(unless (org-fold-get-folding-spec spec pos)
(setq pos (org-fold-next-folding-state-change spec pos)))
;; Cycle over all the hidden drawers/blocks.
(while (< pos to)
(save-match-data ; we should not clobber match-data in after-change-functions
(let ((fold-begin (and (org-fold-get-folding-spec spec pos)
(fold-end (org-fold-next-folding-state-change spec pos)))
(when (and fold-begin fold-end)
(let (unfold?)
(catch :exit
;; The line before folded text should be beginning of
;; the drawer/block.
(goto-char fold-begin)
;; The line before beginning of the fold should be the
;; first line of the drawer/block.
(unless (let ((case-fold-search t))
(looking-at begin-re)) ; the match-data will be used later
(throw :exit (setq unfold? t))))
;; Set `end-re' for the current drawer/block.
(setq end-re
((eq spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'drawer))
((eq spec (org-fold-get-folding-spec-for-element 'block))
(let ((block-type (match-string 1))) ; the last match is from `begin-re'
(concat (rx bol (zero-or-more (any " " "\t")) "#+end")
(if block-type
(concat "_"
(regexp-quote block-type)
(rx (zero-or-more (any " " "\t")) eol))
(rx (opt ":") (zero-or-more (any " " "\t")) eol)))))))
;; The last line of the folded text should match `end-re'.
(goto-char fold-end)
(unless (let ((case-fold-search t))
(looking-at end-re))
(throw :exit (setq unfold? t))))
;; there should be no `end-re' or
;; `org-outline-regexp-bol' anywhere in the
;; drawer/block body.
(goto-char fold-begin)
(when (save-excursion
(let ((case-fold-search t))
(re-search-forward (rx (or (regex end-re)
(regex org-outline-regexp-bol)))
(max (point)
(1- (save-excursion
(goto-char fold-end)
(throw :exit (setq unfold? t)))))
(when unfold?
(org-fold-region fold-begin fold-end nil spec)))
(goto-char fold-end))))
;; Move to next hidden drawer/block.
(setq pos
(org-fold-next-folding-state-change spec)))))))
;; Catching user edits inside invisible text
(defun org-fold-check-before-invisible-edit (kind)
"Check is editing if kind KIND would be dangerous with invisible text around.
The detailed reaction depends on the user option `org-fold-catch-invisible-edits'."
;; First, try to get out of here as quickly as possible, to reduce overhead
(when (and org-fold-catch-invisible-edits
(or (not (boundp 'visible-mode)) (not visible-mode))
(or (org-invisible-p)
(org-invisible-p (max (point-min) (1- (point))))))
;; OK, we need to take a closer look. Only consider invisibility
;; caused by folding, not by fontification (e.g., link
;; fontification), as it cannot be toggled.
(let* ((invisible-at-point (org-fold-folded-p))
;; Assume that point cannot land in the middle of an
;; overlay, or between two overlays.
(and (not invisible-at-point)
(not (bobp))
(org-fold-folded-p (1- (point)))))
;; Check if we are acting predictably before invisible
;; text.
(and invisible-at-point
(memq kind '(insert delete-backward)))
;; Check if we are acting predictably after invisible text
;; This works not well, and I have turned it off. It seems
;; better to always show and stop after invisible text.
;; (and (not invisible-at-point) invisible-before-point
;; (memq kind '(insert delete)))
(when (or invisible-at-point invisible-before-point)
(when (eq org-fold-catch-invisible-edits 'error)
(user-error "Editing in invisible areas is prohibited, make them visible first"))
(if (and org-custom-properties-hidden-p
(y-or-n-p "Display invisible properties in this buffer? "))
;; Make the area visible
(org-fold-show-context 'minimal))
((eq org-fold-catch-invisible-edits 'show)
;; That's it, we do the edit after showing
"Unfolding invisible region around point before editing")
(sit-for 1))
((and (eq org-fold-catch-invisible-edits 'smart)
(message "Unfolding invisible region around point before editing"))
;; Don't do the edit, make the user repeat it in full visibility
(user-error "Edit in invisible region aborted, repeat to confirm with text visible"))))))))
(provide 'org-fold)
;;; org-fold.el ends here
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