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Re: [Bug-AUCTeX] 11.85; TeX-parse-self is not active

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [Bug-AUCTeX] 11.85; TeX-parse-self is not active
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2008 17:21:36 +0200

* José Carlos Santos (2008-09-22) writes:

> On 18-09-2008 9:01, José Carlos Santos wrote:
>>> And if you add
>>> (setq reftex-plug-into-AUCTeX t)
>>> ?
>> No, it doesn't work.
> I thought that maybe my way of installing AUCTeX has something to do 
> with my problem.

My guess would be that this is more a RefTeX-related problem than one
related to AUCTeX.

> The manual suggests that I use this these statements at 
> the shell prompt:
> ./configure --prefix='C:/Program Files/Emacs' \
> --infodir='C:/Program Files/Emacs/info' \
> --with-texmf-dir='C:/localtexmf'
> Well, this has never been enough for me. I always got an error message 
> that made me add
> --with-lispdir='C:/Program Files/Emacs/site-lisp'
> to these statements.

IIRC the configure script should automatically figure out the lispdir
when prefix is given and points to the root directory of a pristine
Emacs installation on Windows.  I'm not sure why it doesn't do this
anymore because the respective code hasn't been touched in years.

I haven't booted Windows on my private computer for weeks.  In fact I
just cross-compiled the new AUCTeX package for Emacs 22.3 on Windows
with GNU/Linux.  So either somebody fond of using Windows can debug this
on Windows or I'll have to try to do this on GNU/Linux with a directory
structure mimicking the one on Windows.


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