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[O] R: Re: How to install CDLaTeX in emacs24, on Windows 7?

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Subject: [O] R: Re: How to install CDLaTeX in emacs24, on Windows 7?
Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2016 17:09:40 +0100 (CET)

Hello Rasmus, 
I did as you told me and finally CDLaTeX works in Org mode!
The command C-h v RET load-path RET revealed I had many load-paths, among 
"c:/Program Files/emacs-24.4/share/emacs/site-lisp" 
"c:/Program Files/emacs-24.4/share/emacs/24.4/lisp" 
"c:/Program Files/emacs-24.4/share/emacs/24.4/lisp/org" 

...just to name a few! I inserted it in "c:/Program Files/emacs-24.4
/share/emacs/24.4/lisp", restarted the machine and tried it out on an *.org 
file. It immediately recognized it!

However I now have a new problem -- when I enable CDLaTeX the backtick doesn't 
work! This is really annoying since many commands of CDLaTeX absolutely need 
the backtick symbol, ( ` ). When I press the key while in CDLaTeX mode, emacs 
says "Wrong type argument: characterp, 134217782". But if I disable CDLaTeX and 
press that key again, Org gives no problem and prints it on screen.

I should point out that I use Colemak keyboard layout (not sure if it's 
relevant) and I have redefined the backtick key and the tilde (Shift+backtick) 
in my .emacs configuration file, in the following way:

;;; a key for tilde symbol
(define-key key-translation-map (kbd "M-2") (kbd "~"))
;;; a key for backtick symbol
(define-key key-translation-map (kbd "M-6") "")
(define-key key-translation-map (kbd "M-9") (kbd "`"))

I suppose I must find a way to tell CDLaTeX that that key is backtick and it 
should accept it in order to execute the commands I'm typing. How do say that 
in e-lisp? 

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: Rasmus <address@hidden>
>Data: 20-gen-2016 15.25
>A: <address@hidden>
>Ogg: Re: [O] How to install CDLaTeX in emacs24, on Windows 7?
>"address@hidden" <address@hidden> writes:
>> I'm not very good at emacs
>Don’t worry.  It will come!
>You could check (info "eintr"); it’s a pretty cool book.
>> so when you say "load path" do you mean <C:\home\.emacs.d\elpa\>? My
>> .emacs configuration file is in <C:\home\>, so where do I put
>> cdlatex.el? Do you know if yasnippet and cdlatex are compatible or not?
>It’s configurable.  Check the folders in the variable load-path
>(hint: do C-h v RET load-path RET; RET is Enter, C is Ctrl)
>Try to add something like this to your init.el:
>    (add-to-list 'load-path (expand-file-name
>                             (concat user-emacs-directory "lisp")))
>And evaluate it in the session (C-x C-e at last closing parenthesis).
>Then look up the value of load-path.  It will probably be something like
>C:\home\.emacs.d\lisp (I don’t know windows very well, sorry).  Now put
>the cdlatex.el in this folder.  It’s now in the Emacs load path and you,
>or Org, can require it.  If you want to be fancy, you can byte-compile
>cdlatex.el (M-x byte-compile-file).
>> Please refer to the screenshot at this
>> link for Emacs my path file:
>> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34884310/emacs-org-cdlatex-mode-where-do-
>I did not check this.
>Hope it helps,
>The right to be left alone is a human right

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