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[elpa] 192/299: Revert "Distinguish common and advanced macros/envs."

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: [elpa] 192/299: Revert "Distinguish common and advanced macros/envs."
Date: Sun, 02 Nov 2014 03:11:22 +0000

monnier pushed a commit to branch externals/auctex
in repository elpa.

commit e250b18259678309572a0be38b4c0479f5579ad9
Author: Tassilo Horn <address@hidden>
Date:   Fri Nov 8 10:27:34 2013 +0100

    Revert "Distinguish common and advanced macros/envs."
    This reverts commit f8a3a8bdd4aae28d302b5c04fa602584a7406f4c.
 ChangeLog        |   10 ------
 doc/auctex.texi  |   81 +-----------------------------------------------------
 doc/changes.texi |   11 -------
 latex.el         |    5 ---
 tex.el           |   40 --------------------------
 5 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 146 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ChangeLog b/ChangeLog
index 5b2dedf..945802c 100644
--- a/ChangeLog
+++ b/ChangeLog
@@ -1,13 +1,3 @@
-2013-11-07  Tassilo Horn  <address@hidden>
-       * tex.el (TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs): New defcustom.
-       (TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs-p): New function.
-       * doc/auctex.texi: Document addition of common vs. advanced macros
-       and environments both for users and style file authors.
-       * doc/changes.texi: Give a hint to the above.
 2013-11-05  Mos´┐Ż Giordano  <address@hidden>
        * doc/auctex.texi (Folding): Document `TeX-fold-auto' and
diff --git a/doc/auctex.texi b/doc/auctex.texi
index e6deb84..3cf7dcb 100644
--- a/doc/auctex.texi
+++ b/doc/auctex.texi
@@ -1230,22 +1230,7 @@ use its value to decided what to do, whatever the value 
of the variable
 Completions work because @AUCTeX{} can analyze @TeX{} files, and store
 symbols in Emacs Lisp files for later retrieval.  @xref{Automatic}, for
-more information.  Additionally, @AUCTeX{} comes with a library of
-handwritten style files for various popular @LaTeX{} packages that add
-macros and environments for completion, @xref{Style Files}.  Many
-packages provide a small set of macros/environments that are likely to
-be used by most users.  But often they also provide more advanced macros
-that allow expert users to twiddle and fine-tune the behaviour of a
-package.  The following user option determines if these style files
-should only register the commonly used or also the advanced macros and
address@hidden TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs
-If nil (the default), only register commonly used macros and
-environments.  If t, also register all advanced macros/environments.
-Else, it should be a list of package names from which advanced macros
-and environments should be registered.
address@hidden defopt
+more information.
 @cindex \cite, completion of
 @cindex address@hidden, completion
@@ -1265,7 +1250,6 @@ the address@hidden files have been saved at least once 
after you enabled
 automatic parsing on save, and that the basename of the address@hidden file
 does not conflict with the basename of one of @TeX{} files.
 @node Marking
 @section Marking Environments, Sections, or Texinfo Nodes
@@ -4068,7 +4052,6 @@ directories instead of @file{auto} directories.
 * Simple Style::                A Simple Style File
 * Adding Macros::               Adding Support for Macros
 * Adding Environments::         Adding Support for Environments
-* Common vs. advanced::         Common versus Advanced Macros and Environments
 * Adding Other::                Adding Other Information
 * Hacking the Parser::          Automatic Extraction of New Things
 @end menu
@@ -4524,68 +4507,6 @@ an optional argument of the @samp{lstlisting} 
 @end lisp
 @end ftable
address@hidden Common vs. advanced
address@hidden Adding Common versus Advanced Macros and Environments
address@hidden Common vs. advanced macros
address@hidden Common vs. advanced environments
address@hidden Macros, adding
address@hidden Environments, adding
address@hidden Defining macros in style hooks
address@hidden Defining environments in style hooks
-Many @LaTeX{} packages define a small set of macros and environments
-that are likely to be used by anyone using that package.  But
-oftentimes, they also define many advanced macros or environments that
-allow expert users to twiddle with and fine-tune the package's behavior.
-When writing an @AUCTeX{} style file for a package, it makes sense to
-try to distinguish those user-level, common commands from those that are
-not interesting for most users.  Then users can configure the following
-option to enable/disable advanced commands, or to enable them only for a
-specific set of packages.
address@hidden TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs
-If nil (the default), only add commonly used macros and environments.
-If t, also add all advanced macros/environments of all used packages.
-Else, it should be a list of package names from which advanced macros
-and environments should be registered.
address@hidden defopt
-In order to enable that feature, make your style file add the advanced
-macros and environments only if the following predicate returns non-nil
-when given the name of your style.
address@hidden TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs-p @var{style}
-Return non-nil if the advanced macros and environments of @var{style}
-should be added.
address@hidden defun
-For example, assume you write a style file for a hypothetical @LaTeX{}
-package @code{fooquux}.  That package provides the commonly used macro
address@hidden, and the environment @code{quux}.  Furthermore, it provides
-the @code{\bar} macro and the @code{fubar} environment, however, those
-are only useful if one needs to fiddle with details, and as such are
-rarely used.  In that case, your style file should go like this:
- "foobarquux"
- (lambda ()
-   ;; Add common macros and environments
-   (TeX-add-symbols '("foo" ...))
-   (LaTeX-add-environments '("quux" ...))
-   ;; Also add the advanced commands if the user wants to
-   (when (TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs-p "foobarquux")
-     (TeX-add-symbols '("bar" ...))
-     (LaTeX-add-environments '("fubar" ...)))))
address@hidden lisp
-The distinction of what macro or environment is common and what is
-advanced is a pretty subjective issue, of course.  As a general rule of
-thumb, if the package's documentation has a usage, tutorial, or overview
-section, then the macros and environments discussed in there are
-probably the commonly used ones, the rest being advanced.
 @node Adding Other
 @subsection Adding Other Information
 @cindex Adding bibliographies
diff --git a/doc/changes.texi b/doc/changes.texi
index 4127384..949b2e9 100644
--- a/doc/changes.texi
+++ b/doc/changes.texi
@@ -10,17 +10,6 @@
 @heading News in 11.88
 @itemize @bullet
-Users can now define if style files should add only commonly used macros
-and environments to @AUCTeX{}'s completion machinery, or if advanced,
-rarely used commands are added, too.  This can be configured using the
-new configure option @code{TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs}.
-Style file authors are encouraged to distinguish common from advanced
-macros/environments, and add the latter only if the new predicate
address@hidden/envs-p} returns non-nil.
 Management of @LaTeX{} package options in the parser was improved.  You
 might need to reparse your documents, especially if you loaded the
diff --git a/latex.el b/latex.el
index 5505fe8..095a83c 100644
--- a/latex.el
+++ b/latex.el
@@ -6124,9 +6124,4 @@ i.e. you do _not_ have to cater for this yourself by 
adding \\\\' or $."
 (provide 'latex)
-;; Local Variables:
-;; outline-regexp: "\\(;;\\)\\(;+\\)"
-;; End:
 ;;; latex.el ends here
diff --git a/tex.el b/tex.el
index a3c35d8..17c8a4f 100644
--- a/tex.el
+++ b/tex.el
@@ -2586,45 +2586,6 @@ Or alternatively:
 (make-variable-buffer-local 'TeX-default-macro)
-(defcustom TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs nil
-  "Determines if advanced macros/environments should be added.
-When you use some LaTeX package or input some TeX file, AUCTeX
-runs the style file of that package.  AUCTeX comes with a library
-of style files for popular packages like graphicx, href, or
-beamer.  These style files make AUCTeX aware of the macros and
-environments that are provided by a package.  This information is
-used by AUCTeX's syntax highlighting and macro/environment
-Many packages provide a small set of macros/environments that are
-likely to be used by most users.  But often they also provide
-more advanced macros that allow expert users to twiddle and
-fine-tune the behaviour of a package.
-By default, AUCTeX's style files do not add those advanced
-commands in order to keep the macro and environment completion
-slim and discoverable.  Using this variable, it is possible also
-add advanced commands, either of all used packages or of only
-some used packages.
-  - nil                      Do not add advanced commands (default)
-  - (\"href\" \"graphicx\")  Register only the advanced commands
-                             of the href and graphicx packages.
-  - t                        Register"
-  :group 'TeX-macro
-  :type '(choice (const  :tag "Of all used packages" t)
-                (repeat :tag "Only of some packages" string)))
-(defun TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs-p (style)
-  "Return non-nil if advanced macro/envs of STYLE should be added."
-  (cond
-   ((eq t TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs) t)
-   ((listp TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs)
-    (member style TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs))
-   (t (error "TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs must be nil/t/list of strings but 
was %s"
-            TeX-add-advanced-macros/envs))))
 (defcustom TeX-insert-braces t
   "*If non-nil, append a empty pair of braces after inserting a macro.
@@ -5848,7 +5809,6 @@ Supports restriction to a region where the XEmacs version 
 ;; Local Variables:
 ;; coding: iso-8859-1
-;; outline-regexp: "\\(;;\\)\\(;+\\)"
 ;; End:
 ;;; tex.el ends here

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