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Re: citation separation in reftex

From: Tyler Smith
Subject: Re: citation separation in reftex
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 15:49:07 GMT
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On 2007-02-21, Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden> wrote:
> Tyler Smith wrote:
>> On 2007-02-16, Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Tyler Smith wrote:
>>>> I put the modified function in scratch and c-x c-e to run it, and now
>>>> the function works as I want. How do I get the modifed code to run
>>>> automatically? I tried putting it in .emacs but that doesn't work. 
>>> That indicates that the original function definition is loaded after
>>> your .emacs file, probably because the reftex library isn't actually
>>> loaded until some reftex command is used (i.e. autoloaded).
>>> You could either explicitly load reftex before you redefine the
>>> function:
>>> (require 'reftex)
>>> (defun reftex-do-citation ...)
>>> Or defer the function redefinition until after reftex has been loaded:
>>> (eval-after-load "reftex" '(defun reftex-do-citation ...))
>> Neither of those seems to work :( I tried adding a hook as well, but
>> that also didn't work:
>> (add-hook 'reftex-mode-hook 'reftex-do-citation)
> Before you've redefined the function and the original has been loaded
> (i.e. it's working, but not the way you want), where does `C-h f' say
> it is defined?
I can't see reftex-do-citation with C-h f, as it's not
interactive. reftex-citation is the function that calls it, and for

reftex-citation is an interactive autoloaded Lisp function in `reftex-cite'.


Tyler Smith

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