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[AUCTeX-devel] Re: Changes in pstricks.el

From: Holger Sparr
Subject: [AUCTeX-devel] Re: Changes in pstricks.el
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 10:03:36 +0100
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Ralf Angeli wrote:
> * Ralf Angeli (2009-04-13) writes:
>> The key=value completion would mostly be used for what now is covered by
>> `LaTeX-pst-parameters'.  I've switched that to key=value completion in
>> my local copy of pstricks.el.  You can check it out with the attached
>> patch which obviously is still kinda rough.  It also contains some
>> comments we should address.
> Since I haven't heard from Holger for about half a year now, I applied
> the patch in CVS.  As mentioned before it's a bit rough and there are
> many areas for improvement (see the FIXME notes) but overall the
> handling of parameter insertion and completion should be better than
> before.

Thank you for applying the patch. And it is definitely better than before.

(Somehow I lost sight of pstricks and auctex for quite a while. Sorry.)

> Note that I disabled the key bindings for the macro parameter addition
> and change functions because the functions are too specific to
> pstricks.el to warrant such a binding.  If people are opposed to the
> removal, we could provide a variable for enabling the binding in order
> to make that easier for users.  But ideally that should be a general
> functionality and not one of pstricks.el.  In that case I would not have
> a problem with providing a fixed binding.

No objection here.

What would be the right approach for a general parameter adding procedure?

     - look at the LaTeX command
     - look at the arguments (e.g. for package options to add)
     - find the right parameter list
     - do the completion
     - insert parameter at the right place

> Anyway, comments and patches are welcome to improve pstricks.el further.

I think, the parameter completion can be introduced in other styles
files, too.

Any comments on that?



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