REPL auto-completion in windows ?

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REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby jamesqiu » Mon Oct 17, 2011 1:52 am

Anybody here use newlisp REPL under windows or cygwin ?
Is it possible to make REPL (not editor) support TAB auto-complete function name?
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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby Lutz » Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:33 am

The tab-expansion in the REPL depends on the UNIX readline C-library. The Cygwin flavor of newLISP is compiled using this library. Until six years ago, newLISP was delivered as a Cygwin app. on Windows, but this changed during the year 2005. Today, the Windows version is compiled using MinGW which does not include the readline library.

The source distribution contains a makefile_cygwin, which was added back beginning of 2010, and some changes where added to the source for Cygwin by a user. So, perhaps it is still possible to compile for Cygwin. The Cygwin version of newLISP does not need a full version of Cygwin to run. Only the cygwin1.dll library needs to be present.
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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby TedWalther » Mon Oct 17, 2011 8:38 am

Also, can you try using "configure-alt" and see if that works under cygwin?
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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby jamesqiu » Mon Oct 17, 2011 3:07 pm

cygwin under win7 64bit
./config-alt
make

nl-sock.c: In function 'p_netConnect':
nl-sock.c:422:6: warning: array subscript has type 'char'
nl-sock.c: In function 'p_netListen':
nl-sock.c:1198:6: warning: array subscript has type 'char'
nl-sock.c: In function 'ping':
nl-sock.c:1967:21: error: storage size of 'filter' isn't known
nl-sock.c:2008:2: warning: implicit declaration of function 'ICMP6_FILTER_SETPASSALL'
nl-sock.c:2009:33: error: 'ICMP6_FILTER' undeclared (first use in this function)
nl-sock.c:2009:33: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appea
rs in
nl-sock.c:2092:8: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
nl-sock.c:2092:23: error: 'ICMP6_ECHO_REQUEST' undeclared (first use in this function)
nl-sock.c:2093:8: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
nl-sock.c:2094:40: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
nl-sock.c:2157:10: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
nl-sock.c:2157:26: error: 'ICMP6_ECHO_REPLY' undeclared (first use in this function)
nl-sock.c:2158:13: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
nl-sock.c:2159:53: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
nl-sock.c:1967:21: warning: unused variable 'filter'
make[1]: *** [nl-sock.o] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/jamesqiu/newlisp-10.3.3'
make: *** [default] Error 2
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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby jamesqiu » Mon Oct 17, 2011 3:11 pm

An unsatisfied solution:

init.lsp
------------------------------------
Code: Select all
(define-macro (kw s)
  (sort
   (sort
     (filter (fn (x) (find (string s) (string x))) (symbols)))
     (fn (x) (starts-with (string x) (string s)))))

--------------------------------------------
> (kw read)
(read read-buffer read-char read-expr read-file read-key read-line read-utf8 reader-event)
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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby TedWalther » Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:56 pm

Thank you for running configure-alt.

Can you paste the contents of makefile_build, makefile_install, and config.h here so I can see what output it generated?
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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby jamesqiu » Tue Oct 18, 2011 1:14 am

/home/jamesqiu/newlisp-10.3.3>./configure

removing old objects and setting correct permissions ...
discovering platform and default memory model ...

detected memory model ILP32
detected Operating System CYGWIN
creating makefile_build ...

to make for ILP32 on CYGWIN type:
make
to make for any other system do:
make -f makefile_xxx
where makefile_xxx is one of the preconfigured makefiles

/home/jamesqiu/newlisp-10.3.3>more makefile_build
# makefile for newLISP v.10.x.x on Cygwin with readline support
#
# Note, that readline support may require different libraries on different OSs
#
# To install, install the normal Win32 version of newLISP first,
# then copy the newlisp.exe into $(NEWLISPDIR), which is normally
# defined as "C:\Program Files\newlisp" after the Win32 install.

OBJS = newlisp.o nl-symbol.o nl-math.o nl-list.o nl-liststr.o nl-string.o nl-filesys.o \
nl-sock.o nl-import.o nl-xml.o nl-web.o nl-matrix.o nl-debug.o pcre.o

CFLAGS = -m32 -Wall -pedantic -Wno-strict-aliasing -Wno-long-long -c -O2 -g -DREADLINE -DCYGWIN

CC = gcc


default: $(OBJS)
$(CC) $(OBJS) -m32 -g -lm -ldl -lreadline -o newlisp.exe
strip newlisp.exe

.c.o:
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $<

$(OBJS): primes.h protos.h makefile_cygwin

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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby jamesqiu » Tue Oct 18, 2011 1:18 am

/home/jamesqiu/newlisp-10.3.3>cat makefile_install
#

VERSION=10.3.3

# NOTE when changing PREFIX, then newlisp should only run
# run in an environment, where NEWLISPDIR is predefined,
# else NEWLISPDIR will be defined during newlisp startup
# as /usr/share/newlisp which is hardcoded in newlisp.c
prefix=/usr
datadir=$(prefix)/share
bindir=$(prefix)/bin
mandir=$(prefix)/share/man

# if prefix is not /usr then several places in the file
# guiserver/newlisp-exit.lsp must change too
GUISERVER = $(prefix)/share/newlisp/guiserver

# this is the standard install in /usr/bin and usr/share (with prefix=/usr)
# which as to be done as 'root' with supersuser permissions
# for an install in your home directory use make install_home
#
# One-line description for distribution packages:
# newLISP is a LISP like, general purpose scripting language.
#
# Longer description for distribution packages:
# newLISP is a scripting language for developing web applications and programs
# in general and in the domains of artificial intelligence (AI) and statistics.

install:
-install -d $(datadir)/newlisp
-install -d $(datadir)/newlisp/modules
-install -d $(datadir)/newlisp/util
-install -d $(datadir)/doc/newlisp
-rm $(bindir)/newlisp
-install -m 755 newlisp $(bindir)/newlisp-$(VERSION)
-ln -s $(bindir)/newlisp-$(VERSION) $(bindir)/newlisp
-install -m 644 examples/init.lsp.example $(datadir)/newlisp/init.lsp.example
-install -m 755 util/newlispdoc $(bindir)/newlispdoc
-install -m 644 util/syntax.cgi $(datadir)/newlisp/util/syntax.cgi
-install -m 644 util/newlisp.vim $(datadir)/newlisp/util/newlisp.vim
-install -m 644 util/nanorc $(datadir)/newlisp/util/nanorc
-install -m 644 util/link.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/util/link.lsp
-install -m 644 util/httpd-conf.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/util/httpd-conf.lsp
-install -m 644 doc/COPYING $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/COPYING
-install -m 644 doc/CREDITS $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/CREDITS
-install -m 644 doc/newlisp_manual.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/newlisp_manual.html
-install -m 644 doc/newlisp_index.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/newlisp_index.html
-install -m 644 doc/manual_frame.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/manual_frame.html
-install -m 644 doc/CodePatterns.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/CodePatterns.html
-install -m 644 doc/newLISPdoc.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/newLISPdoc.html
-install -m 644 doc/newLISP-10.3.3-Release.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/newLISP-10.3.3-Releas
e.html
-install -m 644 doc/newlisp.1 $(mandir)/man1/newlisp.1
-install -m 644 doc/newlispdoc.1 $(mandir)/man1/newlispdoc.1
-install -m 644 modules/canvas.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/canvas.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/cgi.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/cgi.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/crypto.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/crypto.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/ftp.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/ftp.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/gmp.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/gmp.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/infix.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/infix.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/json.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/json.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/macro.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/macro.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/mysql.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/mysql.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/odbc.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/odbc.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/pop3.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/pop3.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/postgres.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/postgres.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/postscript.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/postscript.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/smtp.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/smtp.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/smtpx.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/smtpx.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/sqlite3.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/sqlite3.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/stat.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/stat.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/unix.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/unix.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/xmlrpc-client.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/xmlrpc-client.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/zlib.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/modules/zlib.lsp
# GUI-Server install
-install -d $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver
-install -d $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/guiserver
-install -m 755 guiserver/newlisp-edit.lsp $(bindir)/newlisp-edit
-install -m 644 guiserver/guiserver.jar $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver.jar
-install -m 644 guiserver/guiserver.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/images/newLISP128.png $(datadir)/newlisp/newLISP128.png
-install -m 644 guiserver/COPYING $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/guiserver/COPYING
-install -m 644 guiserver/index.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/guiserver/index.html
-install -m 644 guiserver/guiserver.lsp.html $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/guiserver/guiserver.lsp.
html
-install -m 644 util/newlispdoc.css $(datadir)/doc/newlisp/guiserver/newlispdoc.css
-install -m 644 guiserver/allfonts-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/allfonts-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/animation-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/animation-demo.lsp

-install -m 644 guiserver/border-layout-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/border-layout-
demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/button-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/button-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/clipboard-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/clipboard-demo.lsp

-install -m 644 guiserver/cursor-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/cursor-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/drag-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/drag-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/font-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/font-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/frameless-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/frameless-demo.lsp

-install -m 644 guiserver/html-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/html-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/image-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/image-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/midi-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/midi-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/midi2-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/midi2-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/mouse-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/mouse-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/move-resize-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/move-resize-demo
.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/pinballs-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/pinballs-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/properties-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/properties-demo.l
sp
-install -m 644 guiserver/rotation-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/rotation-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/shapes-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/shapes-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/sound-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/sound-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/stroke-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/stroke-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/tabs-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/tabs-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/table-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/table-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/textfield-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/textfield-demo.lsp

-install -m 644 guiserver/textrot-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/textrot-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/widgets-demo.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/widgets-demo.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/word-count.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/word-count.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/uppercase.lsp $(datadir)/newlisp/guiserver/uppercase.lsp


uninstall:
-rm $(bindir)/newlisp
-rm $(bindir)/newlispdoc
-rm $(bindir)/newlisp-edit
-rm -rf $(datadir)/newlisp
-rm -rf $(datadir)/doc/newlisp
-rm $(mandir)/man1/newlisp.1
-rm $(mandir)/man1/newlispdoc.1

# installs newLISP in home directory, but without guiserver files except
# documentation. To make guiserver run from ~/share/newlisp. The loading
# from guiserver.lsp at the beginning of a guiserver app and loading
# of guiserver.jar from inside of guiserver.lsp have to be changed.

install_home:
-install -d $(HOME)/bin
-install -d $(HOME)/share/newlisp
-install -d $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules
-install -d $(HOME)/share/newlisp/util
-install -d $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/
-install -d $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/guiserver
-install -d $(HOME)/share/man/man1
-install -m 755 newlisp $(HOME)/bin/newlisp
-install -m 644 examples/init.lsp.example $(HOME)/share/newlisp/init.lsp.example
-install -m 755 util/newlispdoc $(HOME)/bin/newlispdoc
-install -m 644 util/syntax.cgi $(HOME)/share/newlisp/util/syntax.cgi
-install -m 644 util/newlisp.vim $(HOME)/share/newlisp/util/newlisp.vim
-install -m 644 util/nanorc $(HOME)/share/newlisp/util/nanorc
-install -m 644 util/link.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/util/link.lsp
-install -m 644 util/httpd-conf.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/util/httpd-conf.lsp
-install -m 644 guiserver/index.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/guiserver/index.html
-install -m 644 guiserver/guiserver.lsp.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/guiserver/guiserver.l
sp.html
-install -m 644 doc/COPYING $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/COPYING
-install -m 644 doc/COPYING $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/guiserver/COPYING
-install -m 644 doc/CREDITS $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/CREDITS
-install -m 644 doc/newlisp_manual.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/newlisp_manual.html
-install -m 644 doc/newlisp_index.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/newlisp_index.html
-install -m 644 doc/manual_frame.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/manual_frame.html
-install -m 644 doc/CodePatterns.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/CodePatterns.html
-install -m 644 doc/newLISPdoc.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/newLISPdoc.html
-install -m 644 doc/newLISP-10.3.3-Release.html $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp/newLISP-10.3.3-Rel
ease.html
-install -m 644 doc/newlisp.1 $(HOME)/share/man/man1/newlisp.1
-install -m 644 doc/newlispdoc.1 $(HOME)/share/man/man1/newlispdoc.1
-install -m 644 modules/canvas.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/canvas.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/cgi.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/cgi.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/crypto.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/crypto.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/ftp.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/ftp.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/gmp.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/gmp.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/infix.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/infix.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/json.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/json.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/macro.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/macro.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/mysql.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/mysql.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/odbc.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/odbc.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/pop3.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/pop3.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/postgres.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/postgres.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/postscript.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/postscript.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/smtp.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/smtp.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/smtpx.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/smtpx.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/sqlite3.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/sqlite3.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/stat.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/stat.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/unix.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/unix.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/xmlrpc-client.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/xmlrpc-client.lsp
-install -m 644 modules/zlib.lsp $(HOME)/share/newlisp/modules/zlib.lsp


uninstall_home:
-rm -rf $(HOME)/share/newlisp
-rm -rf $(HOME)/share/doc/newlisp
-rm $(HOME)/share/man/man1/newlisp.1
-rm $(HOME)/bin/newlisp
-rm $(HOME)/bin/newlispdoc

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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby jamesqiu » Tue Oct 18, 2011 1:19 am

/home/jamesqiu/newlisp-10.3.3>more config.h
config.h: No such file or directory
/home/jamesqiu/newlisp-10.3.3>ls *.h
newlisp.h pcre.h pcre-config.h pcre-internal.h primes.h protos.h
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Re: REPL auto-completion in windows ?

Postby jamesqiu » Tue Oct 18, 2011 1:20 am

/home/jamesqiu/newlisp-10.3.3>./configure-alt

Could not discover your OS platform use one of the following commands:
\nDo one of the following:
make # auto-select one of the predefined makefiles and build newLISP
make help # display this help
make install # install on LINUX/UNIX in /usr/bin and /usr/share (need to be root)
make uninstall # uninstall on LINUX/UNIX from /usr/bin and /usr/share (need to be root)
make install_home # install on LINUX/UNIX in users home directory
make uninstall_home # uninstall on LINUX/UNIX from users home directory

make clean # remove all *.o and .tar files etc. USE BETWEEN FLAVORS!
make check # run qa-dot, qa-net, qa-xml etc. test scripts
make test # same as 'make check'
make version # replace version number in several files after changing in Makefile
make bench # benchmark relative to 32-bit Mac OS 10.5 on MacMini 1.83Ghz

Note! on some systems use gmake instead of make.
Note! not all makefiles are listed in this help, specifically 64-bit versions.

Readline is for commandline editing support and requires libreadline and headerfiles.
Not all makefiles contain libreadline support, but is easy to add (see other makefieles).
If there is no UTF-8 option for your OS, consult makefile_xxx.

For more customization options (exe dir, install dir, 64-biti, etc) see the file doc/INSTALL
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