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Re: [Bug-AUCTeX] Re: rel-0-9-1; Re: problem with preview-region and TeX-

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [Bug-AUCTeX] Re: rel-0-9-1; Re: problem with preview-region and TeX-command-region
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 12:03:28 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110004 (No Gnus v0.4) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)

* Rajneesh Hegde (2005-06-05) writes:

> Well, I said I don't get a dialog *box*, but I still
> get a query in the echo area. (I apologize if "dialog"
> and "dialog box" mean the same thing.)

Not really.  I was just fixated on the problem with the dialog box;
that's probably the cause why I associated "dialog" with it.

> Just to make it clear:
> 1. I don't get a pop-up window asking for master file
> on either version (CVS or 21.3). 
> 2. On running TeX-command-region from the menubar, I
> on't get asked for master file at all on 21.3 (no
> matter what the value of TeX-master is). On CVS emacs,
> I get asked, but the minibuffer gets unresponsive.

I checked in some changes which will avoid the unresponsiveness if the
respective commands are invoked from the menu.  This way you should
get a file dialog box at least with CVS Emacs.  Does this improve the
behavior of Emacs 21.3 as well?

> 3. On running C-C C-r on either version, I do get the
> question, and my answer seems to reach the AUCTeX, but
> it seems like it's disregarded (i.e. AUCTeX goes ahead
> and takes master file as the current file no matter
> what filename I give.)
> hope this clears things up. I gave a triggering
> sequence for the bug in #3 in my previous post, let me
> know if you can reproduce it.

This is working here with Emacs 21.4.  It only failed while using a
version of AUCTeX compiled with/for CVS Emacs.  As you wrote that you
have separately compiled versions of AUCTeX for both Emacsen, do you
get any errors when putting
(setq debug-on-error t)
as the first line into your .emacs file?


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