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[Bug-AUCTeX] Re: RefTeX: Exiting phrases buffer

From: Andreas Matthias
Subject: [Bug-AUCTeX] Re: RefTeX: Exiting phrases buffer
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 19:28:50 +0100
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[Back from superb skiing holidays.]

Ralf Angeli wrote:

> * Andreas Matthias (2007-02-22) writes:
>> 1) Font-locking in the phrases buffer is faulty. The " is
>>    missinterpreted. E.g. in hyphenated words: foo"=bar, foo"~bar, etc.
> That's fixed in CVS now.


>> 2) Where is the point located after entering the phrase buffer
>>    with C-c | and exiting it with C-c C-c again? 
>>    I would prefer to get to the same place where I was before entering
>>    the phrase buffer. But the point is jumping elsewhere. At random?
>>    It seems that it jumps to the phrase that was last added to the
>>    phrase buffer.
> Isn't that the location where a possible editing action will most
> likely occur next?  To me the current behavior looks logical.

You fixed that case as that. Here is a more thorough description:

* Write `foo'
* C-c \
* C-c C-c
* Now write some lines (maybe pages) of text
* C-c |
* C-c C-c

In reftex-4.31 the point now jumped to `foo'. With the CVS version
the point is now where is was before I entered the phrases buffer
with C-c |. I think the behavior of the CVS version is the desired

>>    Editing two independent files `a.tex' and `b.tex' it may even
>>    happen that it jumps to the other tex file. Here is a test case:
> [...]
>>    Whoops! Now the point jumped to `b.tex'. I supposed to get to `a.tex'.
> That's fixed in CVS as well.


Thanks for the marvellous work on auctex and now reftex. I appreciate


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