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Re: [AUCTeX-devel] patch for subfiles

From: Uwe Brauer
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX-devel] patch for subfiles
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2016 20:28:26 +0000
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>>> "Tassilo" == Tassilo Horn <address@hidden> writes:

   > Uwe Brauer <address@hidden> writes:
   > Hi Uwe,

   > just some nitpicks as always. ;-)

And they are welcome as always :-D I only hope at some time, the German
 "Übung macht den Meister"

Will come true.

   >> +(TeX-add-style-hook
   >> + "subfiles"
   >> + (lambda ()
   >> +   ;; thanks to Mosè

   > I think that comment is of no help here without context.  Feel free to
   > mention what Mosè suggested for which problem, and possibly add a link
   > to the thread in the archives.  Or just omit it and add an
   > Acknowledgements section to the header.

   >> +   (TeX-run-style-hooks
   >> +    (file-name-base (cadr (assoc "subfiles" 
   >> +   (TeX-add-symbols
   >> +    '("subfile" 0)))

   > I just had a look at the subfiles docs, and it seems to me the macro is

   >   \subfile{some/file/name.tex}

   > The 0 in your spec means

   > ,----[ (info "(auctex)Adding Macros") ]
   > | 'number'
   > |      Insert that many braces, leave point inside the first.  0 and -1
   > |      are special.  0 means that no braces are inserted.  -1 means that
   > |      braces are inserted around the macro and an active region (e.g.
   > |      '{\tiny foo}').  If there is no active region, no braces are
   > |      inserted.
   > `----

   > which you probably don't want here.  Instead, use a spec

   >   '("subfile" TeX-arg-file)

Sigh, right. I thought I checked that one.

   > which would query for a file name when inserting the \subfile macro
   > using C-c RET.


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