A fast, lightweight and minimalistic Wayland terminal emulator
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#pragma once
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <wayland-client.h>
#include "terminal.h"
extern const struct wl_data_device_listener data_device_listener;
extern const struct zwp_primary_selection_device_v1_listener primary_selection_device_listener;
void selection_start(
struct terminal *term, int col, int row,
enum selection_kind new_kind, bool spaces_only);
void selection_update(struct terminal *term, int col, int row);
void selection_finalize(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term, uint32_t serial);
void selection_dirty_cells(struct terminal *term);
void selection_cancel(struct terminal *term);
void selection_extend(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term,
int col, int row, enum selection_kind kind);
bool selection_on_rows(const struct terminal *term, int start, int end);
void selection_view_up(struct terminal *term, int new_view);
void selection_view_down(struct terminal *term, int new_view);
void selection_clipboard_unset(struct seat *seat);
void selection_primary_unset(struct seat *seat);
bool selection_clipboard_has_data(const struct seat *seat);
bool selection_primary_has_data(const struct seat *seat);
char *selection_to_text(const struct terminal *term);
void selection_to_clipboard(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term, uint32_t serial);
void selection_from_clipboard(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term, uint32_t serial);
void selection_to_primary(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term, uint32_t serial);
void selection_from_primary(struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term);
/* Copy text *to* primary/clipboard */
bool text_to_clipboard(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term, char *text, uint32_t serial);
bool text_to_primary(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term, char *text, uint32_t serial);
/*
* Copy text *from* primary/clipboard
*
* Note that these are asynchronous; they *will* return
* immediately. The 'cb' callback will be called 0..n times with
* clipboard data. When done (or on error), the 'done' callback is
* called.
*
* As such, keep this in mind:
* - The 'user' context must not be stack allocated
* - Don't expect clipboard data to have been received when these
* functions return (it will *never* have been received at this
* point).
*/
void text_from_clipboard(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term,
void (*cb)(char *data, size_t size, void *user),
void (*done)(void *user), void *user);
void text_from_primary(
struct seat *seat, struct terminal *term,
void (*cb)(char *data, size_t size, void *user),
void (*dont)(void *user), void *user);
void selection_start_scroll_timer(
struct terminal *term, int interval_ns,
enum selection_scroll_direction direction, int col);
void selection_stop_scroll_timer(struct terminal *term);
void selection_find_word_boundary_left(
struct terminal *term, struct coord *pos, bool spaces_only);
void selection_find_word_boundary_right(
struct terminal *term, struct coord *pos, bool spaces_only);