🐝 I really like where this mua is(was?) headed, but it seems as though there has not been much activity recently.
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/*
* meli
*
* Copyright 2017-2018 Manos Pitsidianakis
*
* This file is part of meli.
*
* meli is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* meli is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with meli. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
/*! UI types used throughout meli.
*
* The `segment_tree` module performs maximum range queries. This is used in getting the maximum
* element of a column within a specific range in e-mail lists. That way a very large value that
* is not the in the currently displayed page does not cause the column to be rendered bigger
* than it has to.
*
* `UIMode` describes the application's... mode. Same as in the modal editor `vi`.
*
* `UIEvent` is the type passed around `Component`s when something happens.
*/
extern crate serde;
#[macro_use]
mod helpers;
pub use self::helpers::*;
use super::execute::Action;
use super::terminal::*;
use melib::backends::FolderHash;
use melib::{EnvelopeHash, RefreshEvent};
use nix::unistd::Pid;
use std;
use std::fmt;
use std::thread;
use uuid::Uuid;
#[derive(Debug)]
pub enum StatusEvent {
DisplayMessage(String),
BufClear,
BufSet(String),
UpdateStatus(String),
}
/// `ThreadEvent` encapsulates all of the possible values we need to transfer between our threads
/// to the main process.
#[derive(Debug)]
pub enum ThreadEvent {
NewThread(thread::ThreadId, String),
/// User input.
Input(Key),
/// User input and input as raw bytes.
InputRaw((Key, Vec<u8>)),
/// A watched folder has been refreshed.
RefreshMailbox(Box<RefreshEvent>),
UIEvent(UIEvent),
/// A thread has updated some of its information
Pulse,
//Decode { _ }, // For gpg2 signature check
}
impl From<RefreshEvent> for ThreadEvent {
fn from(event: RefreshEvent) -> Self {
ThreadEvent::RefreshMailbox(Box::new(event))
}
}
#[derive(Debug)]
pub enum ForkType {
/// Already finished fork, we only want to restore input/output
Finished,
/// Embed pty
Embed(Pid),
Generic(std::process::Child),
NewDraft(File, std::process::Child),
}
#[derive(Debug)]
pub enum NotificationType {
INFO,
ERROR,
NewMail,
}
#[derive(Debug)]
pub enum UIEvent {
Input(Key),
ExInput(Key),
InsertInput(Key),
EmbedInput((Key, Vec<u8>)),
//Quit?
Resize,
/// Force redraw.
Fork(ForkType),
ChangeMailbox(usize),
ChangeMode(UIMode),
Command(String),
Notification(Option<String>, String, Option<NotificationType>),
Action(Action),
StatusEvent(StatusEvent),
MailboxUpdate((usize, FolderHash)), // (account_idx, mailbox_idx)
ComponentKill(Uuid),
WorkerProgress(FolderHash),
StartupCheck(FolderHash),
RefreshEvent(Box<RefreshEvent>),
EnvelopeUpdate(EnvelopeHash),
EnvelopeRename(EnvelopeHash, EnvelopeHash), // old_hash, new_hash
EnvelopeRemove(EnvelopeHash),
Timer(u8),
}
impl From<RefreshEvent> for UIEvent {
fn from(event: RefreshEvent) -> Self {
UIEvent::RefreshEvent(Box::new(event))
}
}
#[derive(Debug, PartialEq, Copy, Clone)]
pub enum UIMode {
Normal,
Insert,
/// Forward input to an embed pseudoterminal.
Embed,
Execute,
Fork,
}
impl fmt::Display for UIMode {
fn fmt(&self, f: &mut fmt::Formatter) -> fmt::Result {
write!(
f,
"{}",
match *self {
UIMode::Normal => "NORMAL",
UIMode::Insert => "INSERT",
UIMode::Execute => "EX",
UIMode::Fork => "FORK",
UIMode::Embed => "EMBED",
}
)
}
}
/// An event notification that is passed to Entities for handling.
pub struct Notification {
_title: String,
_content: String,
_timestamp: std::time::Instant,
}
pub mod segment_tree {
/*! Simple segment tree implementation for maximum in range queries. This is useful if given an
* array of numbers you want to get the maximum value inside an interval quickly.
*/
use smallvec::SmallVec;
use std::convert::TryFrom;
use std::iter::FromIterator;
#[derive(Default, Debug, Clone)]
pub struct SegmentTree {
array: SmallVec<[u8; 1024]>,
tree: SmallVec<[u8; 1024]>,
}
impl From<SmallVec<[u8; 1024]>> for SegmentTree {
fn from(val: SmallVec<[u8; 1024]>) -> SegmentTree {
SegmentTree::new(val)
}
}
impl SegmentTree {
pub fn new(val: SmallVec<[u8; 1024]>) -> SegmentTree {
if val.is_empty() {
return SegmentTree {
array: val.clone(),
tree: val,
};
}
let height = (f64::from(u32::try_from(val.len()).unwrap_or(0)))
.log2()
.ceil() as u32;
let max_size = 2 * (2_usize.pow(height));
let mut segment_tree: SmallVec<[u8; 1024]> =
SmallVec::from_iter(core::iter::repeat(0).take(max_size));
for i in 0..val.len() {
segment_tree[val.len() + i] = val[i];
}
for i in (1..val.len()).rev() {
segment_tree[i] = std::cmp::max(segment_tree[2 * i], segment_tree[2 * i + 1]);
}
SegmentTree {
array: val,
tree: segment_tree,
}
}
/// (left, right) is inclusive
pub fn get_max(&self, mut left: usize, mut right: usize) -> u8 {
let len = self.array.len();
debug_assert!(left <= right);
if right >= len {
right = len.saturating_sub(1);
}
left += len;
right += len + 1;
let mut max = 0;
while left < right {
if (left & 1) > 0 {
max = std::cmp::max(max, self.tree[left]);
left += 1;
}
if (right & 1) > 0 {
right -= 1;
max = std::cmp::max(max, self.tree[right]);
}
left /= 2;
right /= 2;
}
max
}
}
#[test]
fn test_segment_tree() {
let array: SmallVec<[u8; 1024]> = [9, 1, 17, 2, 3, 23, 4, 5, 6, 37]
.into_iter()
.cloned()
.collect::<SmallVec<[u8; 1024]>>();
let segment_tree = SegmentTree::from(array.clone());
assert_eq!(segment_tree.get_max(0, 5), 23);
assert_eq!(segment_tree.get_max(6, 9), 37);
}
}
#[derive(Debug)]
pub struct RateLimit {
last_tick: std::time::Instant,
pub timer: crate::timer::PosixTimer,
rate: std::time::Duration,
reqs: u64,
millis: std::time::Duration,
pub active: bool,
}
//FIXME: tests.
impl RateLimit {
pub fn new(reqs: u64, millis: u64) -> Self {
RateLimit {
last_tick: std::time::Instant::now(),
timer: crate::timer::PosixTimer::new_with_signal(
std::time::Duration::from_secs(0),
std::time::Duration::from_secs(1),
nix::sys::signal::Signal::SIGALRM,
)
.unwrap(),
rate: std::time::Duration::from_millis(millis / reqs),
reqs,
millis: std::time::Duration::from_millis(millis),
active: false,
}
}
pub fn reset(&mut self) {
self.last_tick = std::time::Instant::now();
self.active = false;
}
pub fn tick(&mut self) -> bool {
let now = std::time::Instant::now();
self.last_tick += self.rate;
if self.last_tick < now {
self.last_tick = now + self.rate;
} else if self.last_tick > now + self.millis {
self.timer.rearm();
self.active = true;
return false;
}
self.active = false;
true
}
#[inline(always)]
pub fn id(&self) -> u8 {
self.timer.si_value
}
}