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Re: AUC-TeX completion fails to offer some possibilities


From: Reiner Steib
Subject: Re: AUC-TeX completion fails to offer some possibilities
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 15:57:18 +0100
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On Thu, Dec 12 2002, David Kastrup wrote:

> Reiner Steib <address@hidden> writes:
[...]
>> IIRC \vskip isn't a LaTeX command (it's plain TeX), maybe you want to
>> use \vspace instead?
>
> This is AUC TeX, head development speaking.  If somebody puts
> completion for \vskip, \hbox, \vbox, \halign, \valign and a number of
> other stuff into the normal LaTeX modes, I will rip it right out
> again.  

There's no doubt about this. ;-)

> We may discuss a special combined TeX/LaTeX completions editing mode
> when you are working on *.sty files, 

Support for DocStrip files would be cool: completion, indenting,
font-lock, etc.

> but for normal LaTeX source, the user should not get to see stuff he
> is definitely not supposed to be using.

ACK.

Bye, Reiner.
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David Kastrup <address@hidden> writes:

> There are basically two approaches: the insane and the sane one.  The
> insane one is somewhat easier to do but will probably only work with
> the Emasc port, not the XEmacs one.  The insane one would be to
> "export" newlines within formulas into an after-string of "\n".  This
> would make cursor movements behave _very_ strange though.

I notice that C-p already stops in the middle of a line if the line
contains previews of inline formulas with embedded newlines.

Can it get stranger than that?  ;-)
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>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen Crowley <address@hidden> writes:
> Invalid function: #<hash-table 'equal nil 90/97 0x857a1b0>

Looks like you're using an ebrwose.el more recent than the one that should
come with Emacs-21.2.


        Stefan
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Peter S Galbraith <address@hidden> writes:

> David Kastrup <address@hidden> wrote:
> 
> > Please do.  We need every improvement we can get.  Other worthwhile
> > tasks:
> >
> > f) a good extensible syntax highlighting scheme for packages and of
> > course, use of it.
> 
> I posted yesterday on address@hidden, addressing this, with the
> subject line:
> 
>  Re: How to add font-lock support for new commands? 
> 
> I didn't see the message go by.  I was anxious to hear comments.  Did
> you see it?

I think so.  It was something of the kind font-lock-add-keywords or
something.  Sorry I did not react yet, I am currently trying to get
the release scripts cleaned up in order to make the first beta
release, and have had no time figuring things out before.

The sunsite.dk news spool for the auc-tex list I view with lots of
suspicion:  if you remember, I have also embarrassed myself by
posting 3 or four times something there which did not appear in the
newsspool, but was sent out to the list nevertheless each time.

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