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Re: [AUCTeX] (La)TeX server fill

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] (La)TeX server fill
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 22:54:31 +0200

* Rodolfo Medina (2009-04-27) writes:

> Rodolfo Medina (2009-04-26) writes:
>>> I'm a plain TeX user, although in some documents I use commands like
>>> \subchapter and so on. Then AUCTeX believes I'm using LaTeX and so, right
>>> down the Emacs buffer I can read `LaTeX server fill'.  In other documents,
>>> without those commands, there is instead `TeX server fill'.
>>> How can I force AUCTeX to `LaTeX server fill' at my pleasure?  I need some
>>> features that come with the `LaTeX server fill' mode.
> Ralf Angeli <address@hidden> writes:
>> Which are those?  Perhaps it would make sense to make them available in
>> Plain TeX mode.
> Well, `M-q' after a `%' symbol on the previous line, in LaTeX mode will fill
> properly the paragraph, whereas in plain TeX mode not.

Making the filling code work in both LaTeX and Plain TeX mode will
likely be more time-consuming than adding support for separating
commented from non-commented content directly in Plain TeX mode.

> Another problem that's still there even in LaTeX mode is paragraph filling
> after displayed equations: I have to use the double dollar, and there are
> problems with paagraphs that come after multi line equations (see thread
> `Filling paragraphs with double dollar displayed math' in auctex-bugs mailing
> list).

If I remember correctly you refused to put the double dollars on a line
of their own.  If you did that, the filling code could detect them as
paragraph separators.


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