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authornoname <noname@inventati.org>2014-04-27 15:40:23 +0400
committerRoberto E. Vargas Caballero <k0ga@shike2.com>2014-04-28 18:38:07 +0200
commit74962bf56636e608f0ee35f2076bc6b48923119d (patch)
tree6c8ce174b1dd99758779dd432e9beaa84ff31852
parent6681af165b06c32cf65bf970a295600d46cb7025 (diff)
downloadst-74962bf56636e608f0ee35f2076bc6b48923119d.tar.gz
Remove one indentation level in getsel().
-rw-r--r--st.c91
1 files changed, 45 insertions, 46 deletions
diff --git a/st.c b/st.c
index 4c4a0c3..9079834 100644
--- a/st.c
+++ b/st.c
@@ -922,60 +922,59 @@ getsel(void) {
int x, y, bufsize, size, i, ex;
Glyph *gp, *last;
- if(sel.ob.x == -1) {
- str = NULL;
- } else {
- bufsize = (term.col+1) * (sel.ne.y-sel.nb.y+1) * UTF_SIZ;
- ptr = str = xmalloc(bufsize);
+ if(sel.ob.x == -1)
+ return NULL;
- /* append every set & selected glyph to the selection */
- for(y = sel.nb.y; y < sel.ne.y + 1; y++) {
- gp = &term.line[y][0];
- last = &gp[term.col-1];
+ bufsize = (term.col+1) * (sel.ne.y-sel.nb.y+1) * UTF_SIZ;
+ ptr = str = xmalloc(bufsize);
- while(last >= gp && !(selected(last - gp, y) &&
- strcmp(last->c, " ") != 0)) {
- --last;
- }
+ /* append every set & selected glyph to the selection */
+ for(y = sel.nb.y; y < sel.ne.y + 1; y++) {
+ gp = &term.line[y][0];
+ last = &gp[term.col-1];
- for(x = 0; gp <= last; x++, ++gp) {
- if(!selected(x, y) || (gp->mode & ATTR_WDUMMY))
- continue;
+ while(last >= gp && !(selected(last - gp, y) &&
+ strcmp(last->c, " ") != 0)) {
+ --last;
+ }
- size = utf8len(gp->c);
- memcpy(ptr, gp->c, size);
- ptr += size;
- }
+ for(x = 0; gp <= last; x++, ++gp) {
+ if(!selected(x, y) || (gp->mode & ATTR_WDUMMY))
+ continue;
- /*
- * Copy and pasting of line endings is inconsistent
- * in the inconsistent terminal and GUI world.
- * The best solution seems like to produce '\n' when
- * something is copied from st and convert '\n' to
- * '\r', when something to be pasted is received by
- * st.
- * FIXME: Fix the computer world.
- */
- if(y < sel.ne.y && x > 0 && !((gp-1)->mode & ATTR_WRAP))
- *ptr++ = '\n';
+ size = utf8len(gp->c);
+ memcpy(ptr, gp->c, size);
+ ptr += size;
+ }
- /*
- * If the last selected line expands in the selection
- * after the visible text '\n' is appended.
- */
- if(y == sel.ne.y) {
- i = term.col;
- while(--i > 0 && term.line[y][i].c[0] == ' ')
- /* nothing */;
- ex = sel.ne.x;
- if(sel.nb.y == sel.ne.y && sel.ne.x < sel.nb.x)
- ex = sel.nb.x;
- if(i < ex)
- *ptr++ = '\n';
- }
+ /*
+ * Copy and pasting of line endings is inconsistent
+ * in the inconsistent terminal and GUI world.
+ * The best solution seems like to produce '\n' when
+ * something is copied from st and convert '\n' to
+ * '\r', when something to be pasted is received by
+ * st.
+ * FIXME: Fix the computer world.
+ */
+ if(y < sel.ne.y && x > 0 && !((gp-1)->mode & ATTR_WRAP))
+ *ptr++ = '\n';
+
+ /*
+ * If the last selected line expands in the selection
+ * after the visible text '\n' is appended.
+ */
+ if(y == sel.ne.y) {
+ i = term.col;
+ while(--i > 0 && term.line[y][i].c[0] == ' ')
+ /* nothing */;
+ ex = sel.ne.x;
+ if(sel.nb.y == sel.ne.y && sel.ne.x < sel.nb.x)
+ ex = sel.nb.x;
+ if(i < ex)
+ *ptr++ = '\n';
}
- *ptr = 0;
}
+ *ptr = 0;
return str;
}