use strict;
use warnings;
use IO::Pager::Perl;
use Term::ReadKey;
use Getopt::Long;

use vars '$VERSION';
$VERSION = '2.10'; #Untouched since 2.10

my %Opts = (fold=>1);
(my $LESS = $ENV{LESS} || '') =~ s/P.+(?:\$|$)//;
$Opts{eof} = 1       if $LESS =~ /e/;
$Opts{statusCol} = 1 if $LESS =~ /J/;
$Opts{lineNo} = 1    if $LESS =~ /N/;
$Opts{raw} = 1       if $LESS =~ /r/;
$Opts{squeeze} = 1   if $LESS =~ /s/;
$Opts{fold} = 0      if $LESS =~ /S/;
$Opts{pause} = "\cL" if defined($ENV{MORE}) && $ENV{MORE} =~ /l/;

@ARGV = (map('-'.$_, split(//, $ENV{TPOPT})), @ARGV) if defined($ENV{TPOPT});

my %Long;
#Custom argument processing
  no warnings 'uninitialized';
  ($Long{jump}   =  (grep { /^\+\d+$/ } @ARGV)[-1]) =~ s/^\+//;
  ($Long{search} =  (grep { /^\+\// }   @ARGV)[-1]) =~ s%\+/=%%;
@ARGV          =   grep { $_ !~ /^[-+]\d+$|^\+\// } @ARGV;
	   (map { "$_!"  } split//, 'JSenrs'),  # bare
	   (map { "$_=s" } qw'j p cols'),       # args ##rows
	   qw/tail|$ scrollbar|[/
$Long{f} = "\cL" if defined($Long{f}) && $Long{f} eq '';
$Long{tail} = $Long{tail} && scalar(@ARGV) == 1 ? 1 : 0;

$Opts{eof}       = $Long{e} if defined($Long{e});
$Opts{statusCol} = $Long{J} if defined($Long{J});
$Opts{pause}     = $Long{f} if defined($Long{f});
$Opts{lineNo}    = $Long{n} if defined($Long{n});
$Opts{raw}       = $Long{r} if defined($Long{r});
$Opts{squeeze}   = $Long{s} if defined($Long{s});
#$Opts{rows}      = $Long{rows} if defined($Long{rows});
$Opts{cols}      = $Long{cols} if defined($Long{cols});
$Opts{fold}      = not $Long{S} if defined($Long{S});
$Opts{jump}      = ($Long{j}||$Long{jump})
  if defined($Long{j})||defined($Long{jump});
$Opts{search}    = $Long{p}||$Long{search}
  if defined($Long{p})||defined($Long{search});

$Opts{scrollBar} = $Long{scrollbar} if defined($Long{scrollbar});

#use Data::Dumper; print Dumper \%Opts; exit 0;

my $t = IO::Pager::Perl->new(%Opts);

my($PIPE, $FILE, @F, $prevsize);
if( -t STDIN ){
  if( scalar(@ARGV) == 1){
    #Tail comes first because <ARGV> clobbers @ARGV
    if( $Long{tail} ){
      open($FILE, '<', $ARGV[0]) or die $!;
      seek($FILE, 0, 2);
      $prevsize = tell($FILE) }

    @F = <ARGV> }
    #Current multi-file implementation gives us continuous numbering
    #Dead-simple option slurs everything together
    # $t->add_text( <ARGV> );

    my $i=1;
    foreach my $file ( @ARGV ){
      my $err='';
      open(FILE, '<', $file) or $err=$!;
      push @F, sprintf("======== \cF\c]\cL\cE [%i/%i] %s ========%s\n",
		       $i++, $#ARGV+1, $file, $err), <FILE>;
      $F[-1] .= $/ unless $F[-1] =~ /\n$/;
  #Separate piped input from keyboard input
  open($PIPE, '<&=STDIN' ) or die $!;
  open(STDIN, '<', '/dev/tty') or die $!;

  $t->jump($Opts{jump}) if $Opts{jump};
  while( $t->more(RT=>.05) ){
    my $X;

    if( defined($PIPE) ){
      $t->add_text($X) if sysread($PIPE, $X, 1024);
    elsif( $Long{tail} ){
      my $cursize = -s $FILE;
      if( $cursize > $prevsize ){
	$t->add_text($X) if sysread($FILE, $X, $cursize-$prevsize);
	$prevsize = $cursize;
	$t->scrollbar() if $t->{scrollBar};


=head1 NAME

tp - a pure perl pager


    tp -[JSenrs] [-cols] [-f STR] [-j|+ #] [-p|+/ STR] [FILE]...

=head1 OPTIONS

=over 4

=item B<-e>

Exit at end of file.

=item B<-f STR>

If defined, the pager will pause when the character sequence specified
by STR is encountered in the input text.

The default value when enabled is formfeed i.e; ^L; in order to mimic
traditional behavior of L<more/1>, but due to the pecularities of
L<Getopt::Long>> you need to use the -- argument separator in order to
to trigger this e.g;

    tp -f -- foo #pauses on lines in foo with "^L" in them

You might also supply a regular expression as STR e.g;

    tp -f '[ie]t' bar #pauses on lines in bar with "it" or "et" in them

=item B<-J>

Add a column with markers indicating which lines match a search expression.

=item B<-n>

Display line numbering. Toggleable at run time with I<#>.

=item B<-r>

Send raw control characters from input unadulterated to the terminal.
By default, chracters other than tab and newline will be converted to
caret notation e.g; ^@ for null or ^L for form feed.

=item B<-s>

Squeeze multiple blank lines into one.

=item B<-S>

Do not fold long lines.

=item B<-[> or B<--scrollbar>

Display an interactive scrollbar in the right-most column.

=item B<-$> or B<--tail>

Keep checking the displayed file for new content.
Only available when paging a single file.


#=item B<-rows>

Set the number of rows for the pager.

If absent, the terminal is queried directly with L<Term::ReadKey> if
loaded or C<stty> or C<tput>, and if these fail it defaults to 25.


=item B<--cols>

Set the number of columns for the pager.

If absent, the terminal is queried directly with L<Term::ReadKey> if
loaded or C<stty> or C<tput>, and if these fail it defaults to 80.


=head1 User Interface

C<C-> is Control, C<M-> is Meta/Alt, C<S-> is Shift, and C<\d+> is a sequence of digits

=head2 General


=item help - C<h> or C<H>

=item close - C<q> or C<Q> or C<:q> or C<:Q>

=item refresh - C<r> or C<C-l> or C<C-R>

=item flush buffer - C<R>

=item save buffer - C<:w>

=item open file - C<:e>


=head2 Navigation


=item down one line - C<ENTER> or C<e> or C<j> or C<J> or C<C-e> or C<C-n> or C<down arrow>

=item down half page - C<d> or C<C-d>

=item down one page - C<SPACE> C<f> or C<z> or C<C-f> or C<C-v> or C<M-space> or C<PgDn>

=item up one page - C<b> or C<w> or C<C-b> or C<M-v> or C<PgUp>

=item up half page - C<u> or C<C-u>

=item up one line - C<k> or C<y> or C<K> or C<Y> or C<C-K> or C<C-P> or C<C-Y> or C<up arrow>

=item to bottom - C<G> or C<$> or C<E<gt>> or C<M-E<gt>> or C<End>

=item to top - C<g> or C<E<lt>> or C<M-E<lt>>

=item left one tab - C<left arrow>

=item left half screen - C<S-left arrow>

=item right one tab - C<right arrow>

=item right half screen  - C<S-right arrow>

=item jump to line number - C<\d+>

=item next file - C<:n> or C<S-M-right arrow>

=item previous file - C<:p> or C<S-M-left arrow>


=head3 Bookmarks


=item Save mark - C<m> or C<Ins>

=item Goto mark - C<'>

=item Special mark: Beginning of file - C<^>

=item Special mark: End of file - C<$>

=item Special mark: Previous location - C<'>

=item Special mark: List user-created marks - C<">

=item Special mark: C<\d> - Top of file \d when viewing multiple files


=head2 Search


=item forward - /

=item backward - ? 

=item next match - n or P

=item previous match - p or N 

=item grep (show only matching lines) - &


=head1 Options


=item toggle line-numbering - #

=item toggle folding - S

=item toggle raw/cooked output - C



tp checks the I<LESS>, I<MORE>, I<TPOPT>, I<TERM> and I<TERMCAP> variables.

The I<TPOPT> variable is used to set options explicitly for tp, by
concatenating undecorated options together e.g; Sr for squished raw output.

I<LESS> and I<MORE> are checked for options that tp supports, and if detected
they are enabled.

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<IO::Pager::Perl>, L<less(1)>

=head1 AUTHORS

    Jerrad Pierce jpierce@cpan.org

=head1 LICENSE

=item * Thou shalt not claim ownership of unmodified materials.

=item * Thou shalt not claim whole ownership of modified materials.

=item * Thou shalt grant the indemnity of the provider of materials.

=item * Thou shalt use and dispense freely without other restrictions.


Or, if you prefer:

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.0 or,
at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.