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1 #ifndef NVIM_GLOBALS_H
2 #define NVIM_GLOBALS_H
3 
4 #include <stdbool.h>
5 #include <inttypes.h>
6 
7 #include "nvim/macros.h"
8 #include "nvim/ex_eval.h"
9 #include "nvim/iconv.h"
10 #include "nvim/mbyte.h"
11 #include "nvim/menu.h"
12 #include "nvim/syntax_defs.h"
13 #include "nvim/types.h"
14 #include "nvim/event/loop.h"
15 #include "nvim/os/os_defs.h"
16 
17 #define IOSIZE (1024+1) // file I/O and sprintf buffer size
18 
19 # define MSG_BUF_LEN 480 // length of buffer for small messages
20 # define MSG_BUF_CLEN (MSG_BUF_LEN / 6) // cell length (worst case: utf-8
21  // takes 6 bytes for one cell)
22 
23 #ifdef WIN32
24 # define _PATHSEPSTR "\\"
25 #else
26 # define _PATHSEPSTR "/"
27 #endif
28 
29 #ifndef FILETYPE_FILE
30 # define FILETYPE_FILE "filetype.vim"
31 #endif
32 
33 #ifndef FTPLUGIN_FILE
34 # define FTPLUGIN_FILE "ftplugin.vim"
35 #endif
36 
37 #ifndef INDENT_FILE
38 # define INDENT_FILE "indent.vim"
39 #endif
40 
41 #ifndef FTOFF_FILE
42 # define FTOFF_FILE "ftoff.vim"
43 #endif
44 
45 #ifndef FTPLUGOF_FILE
46 # define FTPLUGOF_FILE "ftplugof.vim"
47 #endif
48 
49 #ifndef INDOFF_FILE
50 # define INDOFF_FILE "indoff.vim"
51 #endif
52 
53 #define DFLT_ERRORFILE "errors.err"
54 
55 #ifndef SYS_VIMRC_FILE
56 # define SYS_VIMRC_FILE "$VIM" _PATHSEPSTR "sysinit.vim"
57 #endif
58 
59 #ifndef DFLT_HELPFILE
60 # define DFLT_HELPFILE "$VIMRUNTIME" _PATHSEPSTR "doc" _PATHSEPSTR "help.txt"
61 #endif
62 
63 #ifndef SYNTAX_FNAME
64 # define SYNTAX_FNAME "$VIMRUNTIME" _PATHSEPSTR "syntax" _PATHSEPSTR "%s.vim"
65 #endif
66 
67 #ifndef EXRC_FILE
68 # define EXRC_FILE ".exrc"
69 #endif
70 
71 #ifndef VIMRC_FILE
72 # define VIMRC_FILE ".nvimrc"
73 #endif
74 
76  int64_t fsync;
77  int64_t redraw;
78 } g_stats INIT(= { 0, 0 });
79 
80 // Values for "starting".
81 #define NO_SCREEN 2 // no screen updating yet
82 #define NO_BUFFERS 1 // not all buffers loaded yet
83 // 0 not starting anymore
84 
85 // Number of Rows and Columns in the screen.
86 // Note: Use default_grid.Rows and default_grid.Columns to access items in
87 // default_grid.chars[]. They may have different values when the screen
88 // wasn't (re)allocated yet after setting Rows or Columns (e.g., when starting
89 // up).
90 #define DFLT_COLS 80 // default value for 'columns'
91 #define DFLT_ROWS 24 // default value for 'lines'
92 EXTERN int Rows INIT(= DFLT_ROWS); // nr of rows in the screen
93 EXTERN int Columns INIT(= DFLT_COLS); // nr of columns in the screen
94 
95 // We use 64-bit file functions here, if available. E.g. ftello() returns
96 // off_t instead of long, which helps if long is 32 bit and off_t is 64 bit.
97 // We assume that when fseeko() is available then ftello() is too.
98 // Note that Windows has different function names.
99 #if (defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER >= 1300)) || defined(__MINGW32__)
100 typedef __int64 off_T;
101 # ifdef __MINGW32__
102 # define vim_lseek lseek64
103 # define vim_fseek fseeko64
104 # define vim_ftell ftello64
105 # else
106 # define vim_lseek _lseeki64
107 # define vim_fseek _fseeki64
108 # define vim_ftell _ftelli64
109 # endif
110 #else
111 typedef off_t off_T;
112 # ifdef HAVE_FSEEKO
113 # define vim_lseek lseek
114 # define vim_ftell ftello
115 # define vim_fseek fseeko
116 # else
117 # define vim_lseek lseek
118 # define vim_ftell ftell
119 # define vim_fseek(a, b, c) fseek(a, (long)b, c)
120 # endif
121 #endif
122 
123 // When vgetc() is called, it sets mod_mask to the set of modifiers that are
124 // held down based on the MOD_MASK_* symbols that are read first.
125 EXTERN int mod_mask INIT(= 0x0); // current key modifiers
126 
127 
128 EXTERN bool lua_attr_active INIT(= false);
129 
130 // Cmdline_row is the row where the command line starts, just below the
131 // last window.
132 // When the cmdline gets longer than the available space the screen gets
133 // scrolled up. After a CTRL-D (show matches), after hitting ':' after
134 // "hit return", and for the :global command, the command line is
135 // temporarily moved. The old position is restored with the next call to
136 // update_screen().
138 
139 EXTERN int redraw_cmdline INIT(= false); // cmdline must be redrawn
140 EXTERN int clear_cmdline INIT(= false); // cmdline must be cleared
141 EXTERN int mode_displayed INIT(= false); // mode is being displayed
142 EXTERN int cmdline_star INIT(= false); // cmdline is crypted
143 EXTERN int redrawing_cmdline INIT(= false); // cmdline is being redrawn
144 EXTERN int cmdline_was_last_drawn INIT(= false); // cmdline was last drawn
145 
146 EXTERN int exec_from_reg INIT(= false); // executing register
147 
148 // When '$' is included in 'cpoptions' option set:
149 // When a change command is given that deletes only part of a line, a dollar
150 // is put at the end of the changed text. dollar_vcol is set to the virtual
151 // column of this '$'. -1 is used to indicate no $ is being displayed.
152 EXTERN colnr_T dollar_vcol INIT(= -1);
153 
154 // Variables for Insert mode completion.
155 
156 // Length in bytes of the text being completed (this is deleted to be replaced
157 // by the match.)
158 EXTERN int compl_length INIT(= 0);
159 
160 // Set when character typed while looking for matches and it means we should
161 // stop looking for matches.
162 EXTERN int compl_interrupted INIT(= false);
163 
164 // Set when doing something for completion that may call edit() recursively,
165 // which is not allowed. Also used to disable folding during completion
166 EXTERN int compl_busy INIT(= false);
167 
168 // List of flags for method of completion.
169 EXTERN int compl_cont_status INIT(= 0);
170 # define CONT_ADDING 1 // "normal" or "adding" expansion
171 # define CONT_INTRPT (2 + 4) // a ^X interrupted the current expansion
172  // it's set only iff N_ADDS is set
173 # define CONT_N_ADDS 4 // next ^X<> will add-new or expand-current
174 # define CONT_S_IPOS 8 // next ^X<> will set initial_pos?
175  // if so, word-wise-expansion will set SOL
176 # define CONT_SOL 16 // pattern includes start of line, just for
177  // word-wise expansion, not set for ^X^L
178 # define CONT_LOCAL 32 // for ctrl_x_mode 0, ^X^P/^X^N do a local
179  // expansion, (eg use complete=.)
180 
181 // state for putting characters in the message area
182 EXTERN int cmdmsg_rl INIT(= false); // cmdline is drawn right to left
185 EXTERN int msg_scrolled; // Number of screen lines that windows have
186  // scrolled because of printing messages.
187 // when true don't set need_wait_return in msg_puts_attr()
188 // when msg_scrolled is non-zero
189 EXTERN bool msg_scrolled_ign INIT(= false);
190 // Whether the screen is damaged due to scrolling. Sometimes msg_scrolled
191 // is reset before the screen is redrawn, so we need to keep track of this.
192 EXTERN bool msg_did_scroll INIT(= false);
193 
194 
195 EXTERN char_u *keep_msg INIT(= NULL); // msg to be shown after redraw
196 EXTERN int keep_msg_attr INIT(= 0); // highlight attr for keep_msg
197 EXTERN int keep_msg_more INIT(= false); // keep_msg was set by msgmore()
198 EXTERN int need_fileinfo INIT(= false); // do fileinfo() after redraw
199 EXTERN int msg_scroll INIT(= false); // msg_start() will scroll
200 EXTERN int msg_didout INIT(= false); // msg_outstr() was used in line
201 EXTERN int msg_didany INIT(= false); // msg_outstr() was used at all
202 EXTERN int msg_nowait INIT(= false); // don't wait for this msg
203 EXTERN int emsg_off INIT(= 0); // don't display errors for now,
204  // unless 'debug' is set.
205 EXTERN int info_message INIT(= false); // printing informative message
206 EXTERN int msg_hist_off INIT(= false); // don't add messages to history
207 EXTERN int need_clr_eos INIT(= false); // need to clear text before
208  // displaying a message.
209 EXTERN int emsg_skip INIT(= 0); // don't display errors for
210  // expression that is skipped
211 EXTERN int emsg_severe INIT(= false); // use message of next of several
212  // emsg() calls for throw
213 EXTERN int did_endif INIT(= false); // just had ":endif"
214 EXTERN dict_T vimvardict; // Dictionary with v: variables
215 EXTERN dict_T globvardict; // Dictionary with g: variables
216 EXTERN int did_emsg; // set by emsg() when the message
217  // is displayed or thrown
218 EXTERN bool called_vim_beep; // set if vim_beep() is called
219 EXTERN int did_emsg_syntax; // did_emsg set because of a
220  // syntax error
221 EXTERN int called_emsg; // always set by emsg()
222 EXTERN int ex_exitval INIT(= 0); // exit value for ex mode
223 EXTERN int emsg_on_display INIT(= false); // there is an error message
224 EXTERN int rc_did_emsg INIT(= false); // vim_regcomp() called emsg()
225 
226 EXTERN int no_wait_return INIT(= 0); // don't wait for return for now
227 EXTERN int need_wait_return INIT(= 0); // need to wait for return later
228 EXTERN int did_wait_return INIT(= false); // wait_return() was used and
229  // nothing written since then
230 EXTERN int need_maketitle INIT(= true); // call maketitle() soon
231 
232 EXTERN int quit_more INIT(= false); // 'q' hit at "--more--" msg
233 EXTERN int ex_keep_indent INIT(= false); // getexmodeline(): keep indent
234 EXTERN int vgetc_busy INIT(= 0); // when inside vgetc() then > 0
235 
236 EXTERN int didset_vim INIT(= false); // did set $VIM ourselves
237 EXTERN int didset_vimruntime INIT(= false); // idem for $VIMRUNTIME
238 
241 EXTERN int lines_left INIT(= -1); // lines left for listing
242 EXTERN int msg_no_more INIT(= false); // don't use more prompt, truncate
243  // messages
244 
245 EXTERN char_u *sourcing_name INIT(= NULL); // name of error message source
246 EXTERN linenr_T sourcing_lnum INIT(= 0); // line number of the source file
247 
248 EXTERN int ex_nesting_level INIT(= 0); // nesting level
249 EXTERN int debug_break_level INIT(= -1); // break below this level
250 EXTERN int debug_did_msg INIT(= false); // did "debug mode" message
251 EXTERN int debug_tick INIT(= 0); // breakpoint change count
252 EXTERN int debug_backtrace_level INIT(= 0); // breakpoint backtrace level
253 
254 // Values for "do_profiling".
255 #define PROF_NONE 0
256 #define PROF_YES 1
257 #define PROF_PAUSED 2
258 EXTERN int do_profiling INIT(= PROF_NONE);
259 
264 
267 EXTERN int need_rethrow INIT(= false);
268 
271 EXTERN int check_cstack INIT(= false);
272 
275 EXTERN int trylevel INIT(= 0);
276 
283 EXTERN int force_abort INIT(= false);
284 
293 EXTERN struct msglist **msg_list INIT(= NULL);
294 
299 EXTERN int suppress_errthrow INIT(= false);
300 
305 EXTERN except_T *caught_stack INIT(= NULL);
306 
307 
316 EXTERN bool may_garbage_collect INIT(= false);
317 EXTERN int want_garbage_collect INIT(= false);
318 EXTERN int garbage_collect_at_exit INIT(= false);
319 
320 // Special values for current_SID.
321 #define SID_MODELINE -1 // when using a modeline
322 #define SID_CMDARG -2 // for "--cmd" argument
323 #define SID_CARG -3 // for "-c" argument
324 #define SID_ENV -4 // for sourcing environment variable
325 #define SID_ERROR -5 // option was reset because of an error
326 #define SID_NONE -6 // don't set scriptID
327 #define SID_LUA -7 // for Lua scripts/chunks
328 #define SID_API_CLIENT -8 // for API clients
329 #define SID_STR -9 // for sourcing a string
330 
331 // Script CTX being sourced or was sourced to define the current function.
332 EXTERN sctx_T current_sctx INIT(= { 0 COMMA 0 COMMA 0 });
333 // ID of the current channel making a client API call
334 EXTERN uint64_t current_channel_id INIT(= 0);
335 
336 EXTERN bool did_source_packages INIT(= false);
337 
338 // Scope information for the code that indirectly triggered the current
339 // provider function call
342  uint8_t *sourcing_name, *autocmd_fname, *autocmd_match;
345  void *funccalp;
347 EXTERN int provider_call_nesting INIT(= 0);
348 
349 
350 EXTERN int t_colors INIT(= 256); // int value of T_CCO
351 
352 // When highlight_match is true, highlight a match, starting at the cursor
353 // position. Search_match_lines is the number of lines after the match (0 for
354 // a match within one line), search_match_endcol the column number of the
355 // character just after the match in the last line.
356 EXTERN int highlight_match INIT(= false); // show search match pos
357 EXTERN linenr_T search_match_lines; // lines of of matched string
358 EXTERN colnr_T search_match_endcol; // col nr of match end
359 
360 EXTERN int no_smartcase INIT(= false); // don't use 'smartcase' once
361 
362 EXTERN int need_check_timestamps INIT(= false); // need to check file
363  // timestamps asap
364 EXTERN int did_check_timestamps INIT(= false); // did check timestamps
365  // recently
366 EXTERN int no_check_timestamps INIT(= 0); // Don't check timestamps
367 
368 EXTERN int autocmd_busy INIT(= false); // Is apply_autocmds() busy?
369 EXTERN int autocmd_no_enter INIT(= false); // *Enter autocmds disabled
370 EXTERN int autocmd_no_leave INIT(= false); // *Leave autocmds disabled
371 EXTERN int modified_was_set; // did ":set modified"
372 EXTERN int did_filetype INIT(= false); // FileType event found
373 // value for did_filetype when starting to execute autocommands
374 EXTERN int keep_filetype INIT(= false);
375 
376 // When deleting the current buffer, another one must be loaded.
377 // If we know which one is preferred, au_new_curbuf is set to it.
378 EXTERN bufref_T au_new_curbuf INIT(= { NULL, 0, 0 });
379 
380 // When deleting a buffer/window and autocmd_busy is true, do not free the
381 // buffer/window. but link it in the list starting with
382 // au_pending_free_buf/ap_pending_free_win, using b_next/w_next.
383 // Free the buffer/window when autocmd_busy is being set to false.
384 EXTERN buf_T *au_pending_free_buf INIT(= NULL);
385 EXTERN win_T *au_pending_free_win INIT(= NULL);
386 
387 // Mouse coordinates, set by handle_mouse_event()
391 EXTERN bool mouse_past_bottom INIT(= false); // mouse below last line
392 EXTERN bool mouse_past_eol INIT(= false); // mouse right of line
393 EXTERN int mouse_dragging INIT(= 0); // extending Visual area with
394  // mouse dragging
395 
396 // The root of the menu hierarchy.
397 EXTERN vimmenu_T *root_menu INIT(= NULL);
398 // While defining the system menu, sys_menu is true. This avoids
399 // overruling of menus that the user already defined.
400 EXTERN int sys_menu INIT(= false);
401 
402 // While redrawing the screen this flag is set. It means the screen size
403 // ('lines' and 'rows') must not be changed.
404 EXTERN int updating_screen INIT(= 0);
405 
406 // All windows are linked in a list. firstwin points to the first entry,
407 // lastwin to the last entry (can be the same as firstwin) and curwin to the
408 // currently active window.
409 EXTERN win_T *firstwin; // first window
410 EXTERN win_T *lastwin; // last window
411 EXTERN win_T *prevwin INIT(= NULL); // previous window
412 # define ONE_WINDOW (firstwin == lastwin)
413 # define FOR_ALL_FRAMES(frp, first_frame) \
414  for (frp = first_frame; frp != NULL; frp = frp->fr_next) // NOLINT
415 
416 // When using this macro "break" only breaks out of the inner loop. Use "goto"
417 // to break out of the tabpage loop.
418 # define FOR_ALL_TAB_WINDOWS(tp, wp) \
419  FOR_ALL_TABS(tp) \
420  FOR_ALL_WINDOWS_IN_TAB(wp, tp)
421 
422 // -V:FOR_ALL_WINDOWS_IN_TAB:501
423 # define FOR_ALL_WINDOWS_IN_TAB(wp, tp) \
424  for (win_T *wp = ((tp) == curtab) \
425  ? firstwin : (tp)->tp_firstwin; wp != NULL; wp = wp->w_next)
426 
427 EXTERN win_T *curwin; // currently active window
428 
429 EXTERN win_T *aucmd_win; // window used in aucmd_prepbuf()
430 EXTERN int aucmd_win_used INIT(= false); // aucmd_win is being used
431 
432 // The window layout is kept in a tree of frames. topframe points to the top
433 // of the tree.
434 EXTERN frame_T *topframe; // top of the window frame tree
435 
436 // Tab pages are alternative topframes. "first_tabpage" points to the first
437 // one in the list, "curtab" is the current one.
441 EXTERN int redraw_tabline INIT(= false); // need to redraw tabline
442 
443 // Iterates over all tabs in the tab list
444 # define FOR_ALL_TABS(tp) for (tabpage_T *tp = first_tabpage; tp != NULL; tp = tp->tp_next)
445 
446 // All buffers are linked in a list. 'firstbuf' points to the first entry,
447 // 'lastbuf' to the last entry and 'curbuf' to the currently active buffer.
448 EXTERN buf_T *firstbuf INIT(= NULL); // first buffer
449 EXTERN buf_T *lastbuf INIT(= NULL); // last buffer
450 EXTERN buf_T *curbuf INIT(= NULL); // currently active buffer
451 
452 // Iterates over all buffers in the buffer list.
453 #define FOR_ALL_BUFFERS(buf) \
454  for (buf_T *buf = firstbuf; buf != NULL; buf = buf->b_next)
455 #define FOR_ALL_BUFFERS_BACKWARDS(buf) \
456  for (buf_T *buf = lastbuf; buf != NULL; buf = buf->b_prev)
457 
458 // Iterate through all the signs placed in a buffer
459 #define FOR_ALL_SIGNS_IN_BUF(buf, sign) \
460  for (sign = buf->b_signlist; sign != NULL; sign = sign->next) // NOLINT
461 
462 
463 // List of files being edited (global argument list). curwin->w_alist points
464 // to this when the window is using the global argument list.
465 EXTERN alist_T global_alist; // global argument list
466 EXTERN int max_alist_id INIT(= 0);
467 EXTERN bool arg_had_last INIT(= false); // accessed last file in
468  // global_alist
469 
470 EXTERN int ru_col; // column for ruler
471 EXTERN int ru_wid; // 'rulerfmt' width of ruler when non-zero
472 EXTERN int sc_col; // column for shown command
473 
474 // When starting or exiting some things are done differently (e.g. screen
475 // updating).
476 
477 // First NO_SCREEN, then NO_BUFFERS, then 0 when startup finished.
478 EXTERN int starting INIT(= NO_SCREEN);
479 // true when planning to exit. Might keep running if there is a changed buffer.
480 EXTERN bool exiting INIT(= false);
481 // is stdin a terminal?
482 EXTERN int stdin_isatty INIT(= true);
483 // is stdout a terminal?
484 EXTERN int stdout_isatty INIT(= true);
485 // true when doing full-screen output, otherwise only writing some messages.
486 // volatile because it is used in a signal handler.
487 EXTERN volatile int full_screen INIT(= false);
488 
489 // When started in restricted mode (-Z).
490 EXTERN int restricted INIT(= false);
491 
494 EXTERN int secure INIT(= false);
495 
498 EXTERN int textlock INIT(= 0);
499 
501 EXTERN int curbuf_lock INIT(= 0);
502 
505 EXTERN int allbuf_lock INIT(= 0);
506 
509 EXTERN int sandbox INIT(= 0);
510 
512 EXTERN int silent_mode INIT(= false);
513 
517 EXTERN int VIsual_active INIT(= false);
519 EXTERN int VIsual_select INIT(= false);
523 EXTERN int VIsual_mode INIT(= 'v');
525 EXTERN int redo_VIsual_busy INIT(= false);
526 
530 
531 // This flag is used to make auto-indent work right on lines where only a
532 // <RETURN> or <ESC> is typed. It is set when an auto-indent is done, and
533 // reset when any other editing is done on the line. If an <ESC> or <RETURN>
534 // is received, and did_ai is true, the line is truncated.
535 EXTERN bool did_ai INIT(= false);
536 
537 // Column of first char after autoindent. 0 when no autoindent done. Used
538 // when 'backspace' is 0, to avoid backspacing over autoindent.
539 EXTERN colnr_T ai_col INIT(= 0);
540 
541 // This is a character which will end a start-middle-end comment when typed as
542 // the first character on a new line. It is taken from the last character of
543 // the "end" comment leader when the COM_AUTO_END flag is given for that
544 // comment end in 'comments'. It is only valid when did_ai is true.
545 EXTERN int end_comment_pending INIT(= NUL);
546 
547 // This flag is set after a ":syncbind" to let the check_scrollbind() function
548 // know that it should not attempt to perform scrollbinding due to the scroll
549 // that was a result of the ":syncbind." (Otherwise, check_scrollbind() will
550 // undo some of the work done by ":syncbind.") -ralston
551 EXTERN int did_syncbind INIT(= false);
552 
553 // This flag is set when a smart indent has been performed. When the next typed
554 // character is a '{' the inserted tab will be deleted again.
555 EXTERN bool did_si INIT(= false);
556 
557 // This flag is set after an auto indent. If the next typed character is a '}'
558 // one indent will be removed.
559 EXTERN bool can_si INIT(= false);
560 
561 // This flag is set after an "O" command. If the next typed character is a '{'
562 // one indent will be removed.
563 EXTERN bool can_si_back INIT(= false);
564 
565 // w_cursor before formatting text.
566 EXTERN pos_T saved_cursor INIT(= { 0, 0, 0 });
567 
568 // Stuff for insert mode.
569 EXTERN pos_T Insstart; // This is where the latest
570  // insert/append mode started.
571 
572 // This is where the latest insert/append mode started. In contrast to
573 // Insstart, this won't be reset by certain keys and is needed for
574 // op_insert(), to detect correctly where inserting by the user started.
576 
577 // Stuff for VREPLACE mode.
578 EXTERN int orig_line_count INIT(= 0); // Line count when "gR" started
579 EXTERN int vr_lines_changed INIT(= 0); // #Lines changed by "gR" so far
580 
581 // increase around internal delete/replace
582 EXTERN int inhibit_delete_count INIT(= 0);
583 
584 // These flags are set based upon 'fileencoding'.
585 // Note that "enc_utf8" is also set for "unicode", because the characters are
586 // internally stored as UTF-8 (to avoid trouble with NUL bytes).
587 # define DBCS_JPN 932 // japan
588 # define DBCS_JPNU 9932 // euc-jp
589 # define DBCS_KOR 949 // korea
590 # define DBCS_KORU 9949 // euc-kr
591 # define DBCS_CHS 936 // chinese
592 # define DBCS_CHSU 9936 // euc-cn
593 # define DBCS_CHT 950 // taiwan
594 # define DBCS_CHTU 9950 // euc-tw
595 # define DBCS_2BYTE 1 // 2byte-
596 # define DBCS_DEBUG -1
597 
598 // mbyte flags that used to depend on 'encoding'. These are now deprecated, as
599 // 'encoding' is always "utf-8". Code that use them can be refactored to
600 // remove dead code.
601 #define enc_utf8 true
602 #define has_mbyte true
603 
605 EXTERN char_u *fenc_default INIT(= NULL);
606 
614 EXTERN int State INIT(= NORMAL); // This is the current state of the
615  // command interpreter.
616 EXTERN bool debug_mode INIT(= false);
617 EXTERN bool finish_op INIT(= false); // true while an operator is pending
618 EXTERN long opcount INIT(= 0); // count for pending operator
619 EXTERN int motion_force INIT(=0); // motion force for pending operator
620 
621 // Ex Mode (Q) state
622 EXTERN int exmode_active INIT(= 0); // Zero, EXMODE_NORMAL or EXMODE_VIM.
623 EXTERN int ex_no_reprint INIT(=false); // No need to print after z or p.
624 
625 EXTERN int reg_recording INIT(= 0); // register for recording or zero
626 EXTERN int reg_executing INIT(= 0); // register being executed or zero
627 
628 EXTERN int no_mapping INIT(= false); // currently no mapping allowed
629 EXTERN int no_zero_mapping INIT(= 0); // mapping zero not allowed
630 EXTERN int no_u_sync INIT(= 0); // Don't call u_sync()
631 EXTERN int u_sync_once INIT(= 0); // Call u_sync() once when evaluating
632  // an expression.
633 
634 EXTERN bool force_restart_edit INIT(= false); // force restart_edit after
635  // ex_normal returns
636 EXTERN int restart_edit INIT(= 0); // call edit when next cmd finished
637 EXTERN int arrow_used; // Normally false, set to true after
638  // hitting cursor key in insert mode.
639  // Used by vgetorpeek() to decide when
640  // to call u_sync()
641 EXTERN int ins_at_eol INIT(= false); // put cursor after eol when
642  // restarting edit after CTRL-O
643 EXTERN char_u *edit_submode INIT(= NULL); // msg for CTRL-X submode
644 EXTERN char_u *edit_submode_pre INIT(= NULL); // prepended to edit_submode
645 EXTERN char_u *edit_submode_extra INIT(= NULL); // appended to edit_submode
646 EXTERN hlf_T edit_submode_highl; // highl. method for extra info
647 
648 EXTERN int no_abbr INIT(= true); // true when no abbreviations loaded
649 
650 EXTERN int mapped_ctrl_c INIT(= 0); // Modes where CTRL-C is mapped.
651 
652 EXTERN cmdmod_T cmdmod; // Ex command modifiers
653 
654 EXTERN int msg_silent INIT(= 0); // don't print messages
655 EXTERN int emsg_silent INIT(= 0); // don't print error messages
656 EXTERN bool emsg_noredir INIT(= false); // don't redirect error messages
657 EXTERN bool cmd_silent INIT(= false); // don't echo the command line
658 
659 // Values for swap_exists_action: what to do when swap file already exists
660 #define SEA_NONE 0 // don't use dialog
661 #define SEA_DIALOG 1 // use dialog when possible
662 #define SEA_QUIT 2 // quit editing the file
663 #define SEA_RECOVER 3 // recover the file
664 
665 EXTERN int swap_exists_action INIT(= SEA_NONE);
666 // For dialog when swap file already
667 // exists.
668 EXTERN int swap_exists_did_quit INIT(= false);
669 // Selected "quit" at the dialog.
670 
674 EXTERN char os_buf[
675 #if MAXPATHL > IOSIZE
676 MAXPATHL
677 #else
678 IOSIZE
679 #endif
680 ];
681 
682 // When non-zero, postpone redrawing.
683 EXTERN int RedrawingDisabled INIT(= 0);
684 
685 EXTERN int readonlymode INIT(= false); // Set to true for "view"
686 EXTERN int recoverymode INIT(= false); // Set to true for "-r" option
687 
688 // typeahead buffer
689 EXTERN typebuf_T typebuf INIT(= { NULL, NULL, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 });
690 
691 EXTERN int ex_normal_busy INIT(= 0); // recursiveness of ex_normal()
692 EXTERN int ex_normal_lock INIT(= 0); // forbid use of ex_normal()
693 EXTERN int ignore_script INIT(= false); // ignore script input
694 EXTERN int stop_insert_mode; // for ":stopinsert" and 'insertmode'
695 EXTERN bool KeyTyped; // true if user typed current char
696 EXTERN int KeyStuffed; // true if current char from stuffbuf
697 EXTERN int maptick INIT(= 0); // tick for each non-mapped char
698 
699 EXTERN int must_redraw INIT(= 0); // type of redraw necessary
700 EXTERN bool skip_redraw INIT(= false); // skip redraw once
701 EXTERN bool do_redraw INIT(= false); // extra redraw once
702 EXTERN bool must_redraw_pum INIT(= false); // redraw pum. NB: must_redraw
703  // should also be set.
704 
705 EXTERN int need_highlight_changed INIT(= true);
706 
707 EXTERN FILE *scriptout INIT(= NULL);
708 
709 // volatile because it is used in a signal handler.
710 EXTERN volatile int got_int INIT(= false); // set to true when interrupt
711  // signal occurred
712 EXTERN int bangredo INIT(= false); // set to true with ! command
713 EXTERN int searchcmdlen; // length of previous search cmd
714 EXTERN int reg_do_extmatch INIT(= 0); // Used when compiling regexp:
715  // REX_SET to allow \z\(...\),
716  // REX_USE to allow \z\1 et al.
717 // Used by vim_regexec(): strings for \z\1...\z\9
718 EXTERN reg_extmatch_T *re_extmatch_in INIT(= NULL);
719 // Set by vim_regexec() to store \z\(...\) matches
720 EXTERN reg_extmatch_T *re_extmatch_out INIT(= NULL);
721 
722 EXTERN int did_outofmem_msg INIT(= false);
723 // set after out of memory msg
724 EXTERN int did_swapwrite_msg INIT(= false);
725 // set after swap write error msg
726 EXTERN int global_busy INIT(= 0); // set when :global is executing
727 EXTERN int listcmd_busy INIT(= false); // set when :argdo, :windo or
728  // :bufdo is executing
729 EXTERN int need_start_insertmode INIT(= false);
730 // start insert mode soon
731 EXTERN char_u *last_cmdline INIT(= NULL); // last command line (for ":)
732 EXTERN char_u *repeat_cmdline INIT(= NULL); // command line for "."
733 EXTERN char_u *new_last_cmdline INIT(= NULL); // new value for last_cmdline
734 EXTERN char_u *autocmd_fname INIT(= NULL); // fname for <afile> on cmdline
735 EXTERN int autocmd_bufnr INIT(= 0); // fnum for <abuf> on cmdline
736 EXTERN char_u *autocmd_match INIT(= NULL); // name for <amatch> on cmdline
737 EXTERN int did_cursorhold INIT(= false); // set when CursorHold t'gerd
738 
739 EXTERN int postponed_split INIT(= 0); // for CTRL-W CTRL-] command
740 EXTERN int postponed_split_flags INIT(= 0); // args for win_split()
741 EXTERN int postponed_split_tab INIT(= 0); // cmdmod.tab
742 EXTERN int g_do_tagpreview INIT(= 0); // for tag preview commands:
743  // height of preview window
744 EXTERN int g_tag_at_cursor INIT(= false); // whether the tag command comes
745  // from the command line (0) or was
746  // invoked as a normal command (1)
747 
748 EXTERN int replace_offset INIT(= 0); // offset for replace_push()
749 
750 EXTERN char_u *escape_chars INIT(= (char_u *)" \t\\\"|");
751 // need backslash in cmd line
752 
753 EXTERN int keep_help_flag INIT(= false); // doing :ta from help file
754 
755 // When a string option is NULL (which only happens in out-of-memory
756 // situations), it is set to empty_option, to avoid having to check for NULL
757 // everywhere.
758 EXTERN char_u *empty_option INIT(= (char_u *)"");
759 
760 EXTERN int redir_off INIT(= false); // no redirection for a moment
761 EXTERN FILE *redir_fd INIT(= NULL); // message redirection file
762 EXTERN int redir_reg INIT(= 0); // message redirection register
763 EXTERN int redir_vname INIT(= 0); // message redirection variable
764 EXTERN garray_T *capture_ga INIT(= NULL); // captured output for execute()
765 
766 EXTERN char_u langmap_mapchar[256]; // mapping for language keys
767 
768 EXTERN int save_p_ls INIT(= -1); // Save 'laststatus' setting
769 EXTERN int save_p_wmh INIT(= -1); // Save 'winminheight' setting
770 EXTERN int wild_menu_showing INIT(= 0);
771 enum {
772  WM_SHOWN = 1,
774  WM_LIST = 3,
775 };
776 
777 
778 // Some file names are stored in pathdef.c, which is generated from the
779 // Makefile to make their value depend on the Makefile.
780 #ifdef HAVE_PATHDEF
781 extern char *default_vim_dir;
782 extern char *default_vimruntime_dir;
783 extern char *default_lib_dir;
784 extern char_u *compiled_user;
785 extern char_u *compiled_sys;
786 #endif
787 
788 // When a window has a local directory, the absolute path of the global
789 // current directory is stored here (in allocated memory). If the current
790 // directory is not a local directory, globaldir is NULL.
791 EXTERN char_u *globaldir INIT(= NULL);
792 
793 // Whether 'keymodel' contains "stopsel" and "startsel".
794 EXTERN int km_stopsel INIT(= false);
795 EXTERN int km_startsel INIT(= false);
796 
797 EXTERN int cedit_key INIT(= -1);
798 EXTERN int cmdwin_type INIT(= 0);
799 EXTERN int cmdwin_result INIT(= 0);
800 EXTERN int cmdwin_level INIT(= 0);
801 
802 EXTERN char_u no_lines_msg[] INIT(= N_("--No lines in buffer--"));
803 
804 // When ":global" is used to number of substitutions and changed lines is
805 // accumulated until it's finished.
806 // Also used for ":spellrepall".
807 EXTERN long sub_nsubs; // total number of substitutions
808 EXTERN linenr_T sub_nlines; // total number of lines changed
809 
810 // table to store parsed 'wildmode'
812 
813 // whether titlestring and iconstring contains statusline syntax
814 # define STL_IN_ICON 1
815 # define STL_IN_TITLE 2
816 EXTERN int stl_syntax INIT(= 0);
817 
818 // don't use 'hlsearch' temporarily
819 EXTERN bool no_hlsearch INIT(= false);
820 
821 // Page number used for %N in 'pageheader' and 'guitablabel'.
823 
824 
825 EXTERN bool typebuf_was_filled INIT(= false); // received text from client
826  // or from feedkeys()
827 
828 
829 #ifdef BACKSLASH_IN_FILENAME
830 EXTERN char psepc INIT(= '\\'); // normal path separator character
831 EXTERN char psepcN INIT(= '/'); // abnormal path separator character
832 EXTERN char pseps[2] INIT(= { '\\', 0 }); // normal path separator string
833 #endif
834 
835 // Set to kTrue when an operator is being executed with virtual editing
836 // kNone when no operator is being executed, kFalse otherwise.
837 EXTERN TriState virtual_op INIT(= kNone);
838 
839 // Display tick, incremented for each call to update_screen()
840 EXTERN disptick_T display_tick INIT(= 0);
841 
842 // Line in which spell checking wasn't highlighted because it touched the
843 // cursor position in Insert mode.
844 EXTERN linenr_T spell_redraw_lnum INIT(= 0);
845 
846 
847 // The error messages that can be shared are included here.
848 // Excluded are errors that are only used once and debugging messages.
849 EXTERN char_u e_abort[] INIT(= N_("E470: Command aborted"));
850 EXTERN char_u e_afterinit[] INIT(= N_(
851  "E905: Cannot set this option after startup"));
852 EXTERN char_u e_api_spawn_failed[] INIT(= N_("E903: Could not spawn API job"));
853 EXTERN char_u e_argreq[] INIT(= N_("E471: Argument required"));
854 EXTERN char_u e_backslash[] INIT(= N_("E10: \\ should be followed by /, ? or &"));
855 EXTERN char_u e_cmdwin[] INIT(= N_(
856  "E11: Invalid in command-line window; <CR> executes, CTRL-C quits"));
857 EXTERN char_u e_curdir[] INIT(= N_(
858  "E12: Command not allowed from exrc/vimrc in current dir or tag search"));
859 EXTERN char_u e_endif[] INIT(= N_("E171: Missing :endif"));
860 EXTERN char_u e_endtry[] INIT(= N_("E600: Missing :endtry"));
861 EXTERN char_u e_endwhile[] INIT(= N_("E170: Missing :endwhile"));
862 EXTERN char_u e_endfor[] INIT(= N_("E170: Missing :endfor"));
863 EXTERN char_u e_while[] INIT(= N_("E588: :endwhile without :while"));
864 EXTERN char_u e_for[] INIT(= N_("E588: :endfor without :for"));
865 EXTERN char_u e_exists[] INIT(= N_("E13: File exists (add ! to override)"));
866 EXTERN char_u e_failed[] INIT(= N_("E472: Command failed"));
867 EXTERN char_u e_internal[] INIT(= N_("E473: Internal error"));
868 EXTERN char_u e_intern2[] INIT(= N_("E685: Internal error: %s"));
869 EXTERN char_u e_interr[] INIT(= N_("Interrupted"));
870 EXTERN char_u e_invaddr[] INIT(= N_("E14: Invalid address"));
871 EXTERN char_u e_invarg[] INIT(= N_("E474: Invalid argument"));
872 EXTERN char_u e_invarg2[] INIT(= N_("E475: Invalid argument: %s"));
873 EXTERN char_u e_invargval[] INIT(= N_("E475: Invalid value for argument %s"));
874 EXTERN char_u e_invargNval[] INIT(= N_(
875  "E475: Invalid value for argument %s: %s"));
876 EXTERN char_u e_duparg2[] INIT(= N_("E983: Duplicate argument: %s"));
877 EXTERN char_u e_invexpr2[] INIT(= N_("E15: Invalid expression: %s"));
878 EXTERN char_u e_invrange[] INIT(= N_("E16: Invalid range"));
879 EXTERN char_u e_invcmd[] INIT(= N_("E476: Invalid command"));
880 EXTERN char_u e_isadir2[] INIT(= N_("E17: \"%s\" is a directory"));
881 EXTERN char_u e_invchan[] INIT(= N_("E900: Invalid channel id"));
882 EXTERN char_u e_invchanjob[] INIT(= N_("E900: Invalid channel id: not a job"));
883 EXTERN char_u e_jobtblfull[] INIT(= N_("E901: Job table is full"));
884 EXTERN char_u e_jobspawn[] INIT(= N_(
885  "E903: Process failed to start: %s: \"%s\""));
886 EXTERN char_u e_channotpty[] INIT(= N_("E904: channel is not a pty"));
887 EXTERN char_u e_stdiochan2[] INIT(= N_(
888  "E905: Couldn't open stdio channel: %s"));
889 EXTERN char_u e_invstream[] INIT(= N_("E906: invalid stream for channel"));
890 EXTERN char_u e_invstreamrpc[] INIT(= N_(
891  "E906: invalid stream for rpc channel, use 'rpc'"));
892 EXTERN char_u e_streamkey[] INIT(= N_(
893  "E5210: dict key '%s' already set for buffered stream in channel %"
894  PRIu64));
895 EXTERN char_u e_libcall[] INIT(= N_("E364: Library call failed for \"%s()\""));
896 EXTERN char e_fsync[] INIT(= N_("E667: Fsync failed: %s"));
897 EXTERN char_u e_mkdir[] INIT(= N_("E739: Cannot create directory %s: %s"));
898 EXTERN char_u e_markinval[] INIT(= N_("E19: Mark has invalid line number"));
899 EXTERN char_u e_marknotset[] INIT(= N_("E20: Mark not set"));
900 EXTERN char_u e_modifiable[] INIT(= N_(
901  "E21: Cannot make changes, 'modifiable' is off"));
902 EXTERN char_u e_nesting[] INIT(= N_("E22: Scripts nested too deep"));
903 EXTERN char_u e_noalt[] INIT(= N_("E23: No alternate file"));
904 EXTERN char_u e_noabbr[] INIT(= N_("E24: No such abbreviation"));
905 EXTERN char_u e_nobang[] INIT(= N_("E477: No ! allowed"));
906 EXTERN char_u e_nogroup[] INIT(= N_("E28: No such highlight group name: %s"));
907 EXTERN char_u e_noinstext[] INIT(= N_("E29: No inserted text yet"));
908 EXTERN char_u e_nolastcmd[] INIT(= N_("E30: No previous command line"));
909 EXTERN char_u e_nomap[] INIT(= N_("E31: No such mapping"));
910 EXTERN char_u e_nomatch[] INIT(= N_("E479: No match"));
911 EXTERN char_u e_nomatch2[] INIT(= N_("E480: No match: %s"));
912 EXTERN char_u e_noname[] INIT(= N_("E32: No file name"));
913 EXTERN char_u e_nopresub[] INIT(= N_(
914  "E33: No previous substitute regular expression"));
915 EXTERN char_u e_noprev[] INIT(= N_("E34: No previous command"));
916 EXTERN char_u e_noprevre[] INIT(= N_("E35: No previous regular expression"));
917 EXTERN char_u e_norange[] INIT(= N_("E481: No range allowed"));
918 EXTERN char_u e_noroom[] INIT(= N_("E36: Not enough room"));
919 EXTERN char_u e_notmp[] INIT(= N_("E483: Can't get temp file name"));
920 EXTERN char_u e_notopen[] INIT(= N_("E484: Can't open file %s"));
921 EXTERN char_u e_notopen_2[] INIT(= N_("E484: Can't open file %s: %s"));
922 EXTERN char_u e_notread[] INIT(= N_("E485: Can't read file %s"));
923 EXTERN char_u e_null[] INIT(= N_("E38: Null argument"));
924 EXTERN char_u e_number_exp[] INIT(= N_("E39: Number expected"));
925 EXTERN char_u e_openerrf[] INIT(= N_("E40: Can't open errorfile %s"));
926 EXTERN char_u e_outofmem[] INIT(= N_("E41: Out of memory!"));
927 EXTERN char_u e_patnotf[] INIT(= N_("Pattern not found"));
928 EXTERN char_u e_patnotf2[] INIT(= N_("E486: Pattern not found: %s"));
929 EXTERN char_u e_positive[] INIT(= N_("E487: Argument must be positive"));
930 EXTERN char_u e_prev_dir[] INIT(= N_(
931  "E459: Cannot go back to previous directory"));
932 
933 EXTERN char_u e_quickfix[] INIT(= N_("E42: No Errors"));
934 EXTERN char_u e_loclist[] INIT(= N_("E776: No location list"));
935 EXTERN char_u e_re_damg[] INIT(= N_("E43: Damaged match string"));
936 EXTERN char_u e_re_corr[] INIT(= N_("E44: Corrupted regexp program"));
937 EXTERN char_u e_readonly[] INIT(= N_(
938  "E45: 'readonly' option is set (add ! to override)"));
939 EXTERN char_u e_readonlyvar[] INIT(= N_(
940  "E46: Cannot change read-only variable \"%.*s\""));
941 EXTERN char_u e_dictreq[] INIT(= N_("E715: Dictionary required"));
942 EXTERN char_u e_toomanyarg[] INIT(= N_("E118: Too many arguments for function: %s"));
943 EXTERN char_u e_dictkey[] INIT(= N_("E716: Key not present in Dictionary: %s"));
944 EXTERN char_u e_listreq[] INIT(= N_("E714: List required"));
945 EXTERN char_u e_listdictarg[] INIT(= N_(
946  "E712: Argument of %s must be a List or Dictionary"));
947 EXTERN char_u e_readerrf[] INIT(= N_("E47: Error while reading errorfile"));
948 EXTERN char_u e_sandbox[] INIT(= N_("E48: Not allowed in sandbox"));
949 EXTERN char_u e_secure[] INIT(= N_("E523: Not allowed here"));
950 EXTERN char_u e_screenmode[] INIT(= N_(
951  "E359: Screen mode setting not supported"));
952 EXTERN char_u e_scroll[] INIT(= N_("E49: Invalid scroll size"));
953 EXTERN char_u e_shellempty[] INIT(= N_("E91: 'shell' option is empty"));
954 EXTERN char_u e_signdata[] INIT(= N_("E255: Couldn't read in sign data!"));
955 EXTERN char_u e_swapclose[] INIT(= N_("E72: Close error on swap file"));
956 EXTERN char_u e_tagstack[] INIT(= N_("E73: tag stack empty"));
957 EXTERN char_u e_toocompl[] INIT(= N_("E74: Command too complex"));
958 EXTERN char_u e_longname[] INIT(= N_("E75: Name too long"));
959 EXTERN char_u e_toomsbra[] INIT(= N_("E76: Too many ["));
960 EXTERN char_u e_toomany[] INIT(= N_("E77: Too many file names"));
961 EXTERN char_u e_trailing[] INIT(= N_("E488: Trailing characters"));
962 EXTERN char_u e_trailing2[] INIT(= N_("E488: Trailing characters: %s"));
963 EXTERN char_u e_umark[] INIT(= N_("E78: Unknown mark"));
964 EXTERN char_u e_wildexpand[] INIT(= N_("E79: Cannot expand wildcards"));
965 EXTERN char_u e_winheight[] INIT(= N_(
966  "E591: 'winheight' cannot be smaller than 'winminheight'"));
967 EXTERN char_u e_winwidth[] INIT(= N_(
968  "E592: 'winwidth' cannot be smaller than 'winminwidth'"));
969 EXTERN char_u e_write[] INIT(= N_("E80: Error while writing"));
970 EXTERN char_u e_zerocount[] INIT(= N_("E939: Positive count required"));
971 EXTERN char_u e_usingsid[] INIT(= N_(
972  "E81: Using <SID> not in a script context"));
973 EXTERN char_u e_maxmempat[] INIT(= N_(
974  "E363: pattern uses more memory than 'maxmempattern'"));
975 EXTERN char_u e_emptybuf[] INIT(= N_("E749: empty buffer"));
976 EXTERN char_u e_nobufnr[] INIT(= N_("E86: Buffer %" PRId64 " does not exist"));
977 
978 EXTERN char_u e_invalpat[] INIT(= N_(
979  "E682: Invalid search pattern or delimiter"));
980 EXTERN char_u e_bufloaded[] INIT(= N_("E139: File is loaded in another buffer"));
981 EXTERN char_u e_notset[] INIT(= N_("E764: Option '%s' is not set"));
982 EXTERN char_u e_invalidreg[] INIT(= N_("E850: Invalid register name"));
983 EXTERN char_u e_dirnotf[] INIT(= N_(
984  "E919: Directory not found in '%s': \"%s\""));
985 EXTERN char_u e_au_recursive[] INIT(= N_(
986  "E952: Autocommand caused recursive behavior"));
987 EXTERN char_u e_unsupportedoption[] INIT(= N_("E519: Option not supported"));
988 EXTERN char_u e_fnametoolong[] INIT(= N_("E856: Filename too long"));
989 EXTERN char_u e_float_as_string[] INIT(= N_("E806: using Float as a String"));
990 
991 EXTERN char_u e_autocmd_err[] INIT(=N_(
992  "E5500: autocmd has thrown an exception: %s"));
993 EXTERN char_u e_cmdmap_err[] INIT(=N_(
994  "E5520: <Cmd> mapping must end with <CR>"));
995 EXTERN char_u e_cmdmap_repeated[] INIT(=N_(
996  "E5521: <Cmd> mapping must end with <CR> before second <Cmd>"));
997 EXTERN char_u e_cmdmap_key[] INIT(=N_(
998  "E5522: <Cmd> mapping must not include %s key"));
999 
1000 EXTERN char_u e_api_error[] INIT(=N_(
1001  "E5555: API call: %s"));
1002 
1003 EXTERN char e_luv_api_disabled[] INIT(=N_(
1004  "E5560: %s must not be called in a lua loop callback"));
1005 
1006 EXTERN char_u e_floatonly[] INIT(=N_(
1007  "E5601: Cannot close window, only floating window would remain"));
1008 EXTERN char_u e_floatexchange[] INIT(=N_(
1009  "E5602: Cannot exchange or rotate float"));
1010 
1011 
1012 EXTERN char top_bot_msg[] INIT(= N_("search hit TOP, continuing at BOTTOM"));
1013 EXTERN char bot_top_msg[] INIT(= N_("search hit BOTTOM, continuing at TOP"));
1014 
1015 EXTERN char line_msg[] INIT(= N_(" line "));
1016 
1017 // For undo we need to know the lowest time possible.
1019 
1020 EXTERN FILE *time_fd INIT(= NULL); // where to write startup timing
1021 
1022 // Some compilers warn for not using a return value, but in some situations we
1023 // can't do anything useful with the value. Assign to this variable to avoid
1024 // the warning.
1026 
1027 // Start a msgpack-rpc channel over stdin/stdout.
1028 EXTERN bool embedded_mode INIT(= false);
1029 // Do not start a UI nor read/write to stdio (unless embedding).
1030 EXTERN bool headless_mode INIT(= false);
1031 
1034 typedef enum {
1038 } WorkingStatus;
1039 
1046 typedef enum {
1051 } CdScope;
1052 
1053 #define MIN_CD_SCOPE kCdScopeWindow
1054 #define MAX_CD_SCOPE kCdScopeGlobal
1055 
1056 #endif // NVIM_GLOBALS_H
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