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RE: Matching braces in LaTeX math mode

From: Bingham, Jay
Subject: RE: Matching braces in LaTeX math mode
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 10:47:23 -0800

I am using emacs 20.4 on a unix system with mic-paren.el to do the paren
matching.  This configuration has no problem finding and highlighting the
braces appropriately.  I don't use AucTeX so I didn't try it under that
scenario.  Sorry that I cannot be of more help, but maybe this will help you
narrow it down.  It would be a real shame if paren matching was broken in
emacs 20.7.  I certainly hope that is not the case.

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                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Kalyan K. Mukherjea
                Sent:   Monday, November 20, 2000 2:02 AM
                To:     GNU Emacs Dicussion Group
                Cc:     Kapil H. Paranjape
                Subject:        Matching braces in LaTeX math mode

                        This is probably a FAQ although I con't remember
seeing this in
                the last year or so I've been a  subscriber.

                        I use Emacs (20.7) to edit LaTeX files using AucTeX
on a Linux (RH
                6.2 system). One of the delights is of course the
parentheses, braces
                matching feature.
                        Unfortunately in math mode when one wants to have
braces in the
                output one has to type $\{bla, bla\}$ and whenever the
cursor comes to the
                left brace  it complains that this is  not matched by a
right brace. (I
                suppose the backslash character is taken as an `escape
character'  or
                something. Is there any small piece of lisp code I can put
in the .emacs
                file so that Emacs recognizes \{ as a delimiter whose mate
is \}?
                Thanks in advance.

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