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Re: problems with emacs lisp function

From: Jim McCloskey
Subject: Re: problems with emacs lisp function
Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2001 20:26:52 -0700

|> (define-key tex-mode-map "\C-dg" 'parentesigraffe)
|> The problem is that when I run emacs, I get the following error message:
|> "symbol's value as variable void: tex-mode-map"

I think you have to put the key binding inside an add-hook statement.
One way to do this is to include something like the following in your
main customization file (.emacs or whatever):

(add-hook 'tex-mode-hook
       (lambda ()
         (require 'my-tex)
         (abbrev-mode 1)
         (font-lock-mode 1)
         (set-variable 'tex-directory "/tmp")

and then to put all your TeX-specific stuff (including especially
key-bindings) in the file my-tex.el. Of course the elisp above does
three other things as well, but the `require 'my-tex' line is the
crucial one.

But I'm a real amateur. Someone please correct me if this is bad

The grand ultimate solution to all TeX-related problems in emacs is to
use AucTeX,


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