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Re: Writing a patch for the emacs Tex interface

From: Peter S Galbraith
Subject: Re: Writing a patch for the emacs Tex interface
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 10:03:59 -0500

Rod Farmer wrote:

> Hi there,
>       Recently I was using the Tex mode in Emacs and I noticed the following
> problem.
> \textit{There was a \textbf{cat} on the mat}
> There was a is emphasized
> Cat is bold
> on the mat is emphasized.
> However if I do
> {\em There was a {\bf cat} on the mat}
> Then, There was is emphasized and cat bold but on the mat is plain and  the b
> old
> cat is not emphasized heheh sounds funny, sorry.
> ANYWAYYYYY, I would love to write a patch for this but have no idea which
> files are concerned. Could you let me know sometime soon and I'll get
> straight to it.

You really think you can patch it if you can't find what files to look
at?  ;-)

You could try http://people.debian.org/~psg/elisp/font-latex.el and see
if that works better for you.  The original goal of font-latex was to
get included in Emacs, but:

 - it may be too much fontification for some users (David's fruit salad

 - I have accepted a few patches over the years and would need copyright
   assignment to the FSF from these people.  (I would have no problem
   assigning to the FSF, nor I'm sure would Simon Marshall.)  However,
   most of the patches were probably for XEmacs and could be yanked out
   if necessary anyway.


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