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[Bug-AUCTeX] 11.85; Biblatex vs. RefTex

From: Andreas Breitbach
Subject: [Bug-AUCTeX] 11.85; Biblatex vs. RefTex
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2009 20:12:00 +0200

Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
what in fact did happen.

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a bug report.  In addition check if the bug is reproducable with an
up-to-date version of AUCTeX.  So please upgrade to the version
available from http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/ if your
installation is older than the one available from the web site.

If the bug is triggered by a specific (La)TeX file, you should try
to produce a minimal sample file showing the problem and include it
in your report.

Your bug report will be posted to the AUCTeX bug reporting list.
I'm using Biblatex instead of Bibtex, for which AucTex/RefTex seems to
be preconfigured. The basic functions like inserting citations,
bibliographies and so on work quite well. But there's some very strange
behavior when i use the folowing lines in my .emacs
(setq reftex-cite-format "\\footcite[]{%l}")
(setq reftex-cite-prompt-optional-args t),
all i do get is "reftex-do-citation: Args out of range: 21, 37"(I think
the numbers change from time to time...). The expected behaviour would
be to insert the optional argument(which follows the citation, ie. a
page number) after the citation. It would be really nice to have the
possibility to insert the page of a certain citation directly in the
described way instead of doing M-b and insert the required characters
Is there anything else where i could look up how this behaviour is
caused, or what I could try to fix it? There don't seem to be many
problems like this one(with RefTex), according to Google.

Any help would be highly appreciated.

Andreas Breitbach

Emacs  : GNU Emacs 22.2.1 (i486-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.14.1)
 of 2008-09-05 on vernadsky, modified by Ubuntu
Package: 11.85

current state:
 AUCTeX-date "2008-02-10"
 window-system 'x
 LaTeX-version "2e"
 TeX-style-path '("style" "auto"
 TeX-auto-save nil
 TeX-parse-self t
 TeX-master nil
 TeX-command-list '(("TeX" "%(PDF)%(tex) %`%S%(PDFout)%(mode)%' %t"
TeX-run-TeX nil (plain-tex-mode ams-tex-mode texinfo-mode) :help
                     "Run plain TeX")
                    ("LaTeX" "%`%l%(mode)%' %t" TeX-run-TeX nil (latex-mode
doctex-mode) :help "Run LaTeX")
                    ("Makeinfo" "makeinfo %t" TeX-run-compile nil 
(texinfo-mode) :help
"Run Makeinfo with Info output")
                    ("Makeinfo HTML" "makeinfo --html %t" TeX-run-compile nil
(texinfo-mode) :help "Run Makeinfo with HTML output")
                    ("AmSTeX" "%(PDF)amstex %`%S%(PDFout)%(mode)%' %t" 
TeX-run-TeX nil
(ams-tex-mode) :help "Run AMSTeX")
                    ("ConTeXt" "texexec --once --texutil %(execopts)%t" 
nil (context-mode) :help "Run ConTeXt once")
                    ("ConTeXt Full" "texexec %(execopts)%t" TeX-run-TeX nil
(context-mode) :help "Run ConTeXt until completion")
                    ("BibTeX" "bibtex %s" TeX-run-BibTeX nil t :help "Run 
                    ("View" "%V" TeX-run-discard t t :help "Run Viewer") 
("Print" "%p"
TeX-run-command t t :help "Print the file")
                    ("Queue" "%q" TeX-run-background nil t :help "View the 
queue" :visible TeX-queue-command)
                    ("File" "%(o?)dvips %d -o %f " TeX-run-command t t :help 
PostScript file")
                    ("Index" "makeindex %s" TeX-run-command nil t :help "Create 
                    ("Check" "lacheck %s" TeX-run-compile nil (latex-mode) :help
"Check LaTeX file for correctness")
                    ("Spell" "(TeX-ispell-document \"\")" TeX-run-function nil 
t :help
"Spell-check the document")
                    ("Clean" "TeX-clean" TeX-run-function nil t :help "Delete
generated intermediate files")
                    ("Clean All" "(TeX-clean t)" TeX-run-function nil t :help 
generated intermediate and output files")
                    ("Other" "" TeX-run-command t t :help "Run an arbitrary 

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