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[Bug-AUCTeX] fontification of "|" (vertical bar) deliminter

From: Jeffrey A. Bilmes
Subject: [Bug-AUCTeX] fontification of "|" (vertical bar) deliminter
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2014 19:55:41 -0800

Dear auctex maintainers,

I have been using auctex for many many years and in general find it extraordinarily useful.

I recently upgraded to mavericks on my mac, and in doing so upgraded to emacs version 24.3,
and then auctex 11.87. I do a lot of probability in latex, and hence use the vertical bar "|" character
for specifying conditional probability, i.e, things like p(a|b). 

For some reason, auctex is now using the vertical bar character to delineate some sort of environment for fontification, but this is not something that I want (nor do I know what latex function would typically be delineated by "|" other than a local verbatum environment, as in \verb| ... | which I (and most people) seldom use.

I've spent some time trying to figure out how to turn off this, and restore the behavior where you ignore "|" but so far have failed.

Is there an easy way to do this?

thanks very much!

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