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bug#715: qt-special labels not syntactically recognized?


From: dejfson
Subject: bug#715: qt-special labels not syntactically recognized?
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 23:21:55 +0200

Hi Alan,
thanks for response. In fact, I made a mistake myself for the problem
of recognition of 'protected slots:' like stuff. The mistake I did is
that I did not notice, that the current emacs mode is pure C instead
of C++ mode. This
came from my setting, after correction it is fine. However there is
still one remaining problem,this is a Q_OBJECT macro, which tells to
qmake of QT that this class derives QObject properties and metacall
system.
So if you have class like this one:

class QMyclass
{
Q_OBJECT
public:
  QMyclass (int a, int b, int c);
  ~QMyclass (void);
protected slots:
  int mystuff (int a);
}

if we look on syntaxe (in C++ mode by issuing C-c C-s), for the
Q_OBJECT line one would expect to get something like
((inclass XXX) (topmost-intro XXX) (cpp-macro)) or something like that
(to my mind Q_OBJECT is a pseudocode which gets translated by uic of
QT - i'm not 100% sure). This is of course discutable, however
Q_OBJECT
is not the only declaration which can be there (another one which
spots in my mind: Q_PROPERTY).

If you check syntax of this 'public:' line, instead of ( (inclass XXX)
(access-label YYYY) ) as you would expect you get (
(topmost-intro-cont XXXX) ). However this is clearly nothing else than
declaration
of access


thanks

d.



---- Some info:
From: David Belohrad <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Subject: CC Mode 5.31.5 (C++/l); as per email
X-Reporter-Void-Vars-Found: auto-fill-mode
--text follows this line--


Emacs  : GNU Emacs 22.2.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu)
 of 2008-05-31 on sundra
Package: CC Mode 5.31.5 (C++/l)
Buffer Style: gnu
c-emacs-features: (pps-extended-state col-0-paren posix-char-classes
gen-string-delim gen-comment-delim syntax-properties 1-bit)

current state:
==============
(setq
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space . 1) (cpp-end-block space . 2))
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"#+") (other . "//+\\|\\**"))
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(c-mode . gtkdoc))
 c-cleanup-list '(scope-operator)
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(arglist-cont-nonempty))
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 )


2008/8/13 Alan Mackenzie <address@hidden>:
> Hi, dejfson!
>
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 01:05:40PM +0200, dejfson wrote:
>> Dear All,
>
>> i've been working for some time on elisp and c++-mode and I have
>> noticed one thing. When using `c-show-syntactic-information' against
>> QT class header files, the label structures as 'protected slots:' and
>> 'signals:' are not recognized correctly.
>
>> I know that these are not C++ standards, however is there any way how
>> to include them to the indent-parser to be recognized?
>
> CC Mode does handle the QT constructs like "signals:" and "slots:",
> though there could well be bugs in that bit of the code.
>
>> The 'signals:' label is correctly recognized, however
>> indentation/coloring is not the same of kind as
>> 'public/protected/private:' labels in class declaration.  The combined
>> form 'protected slots' is not recognized at all. It is identified as
>> 'statement', colored as the other statements.
>
> These things are handled OK in one of CC Mode's test files.
>
> Could you send me some sample C++ code, preferably reduced to just a few
> lines, which illustrates all these problems, please.  Please describe
> exactly what you get, and also say what you expect, and how that differs
> from what you actually get.
>
> Also, most importantly, would you supply information on what versions of
> (X)Emacs/CC Mode you're using.  The easiest way to do that is with C-c
> C-b, which initialises an email buffer.  Please do this and send me all
> the configuration information that this generates.  This will help me
> track down the problem and fix it.
>
>> thanks
>
>> d.
>
> --
> Alan Mackenzie (Nuremberg, Germany).
>

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