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Re: [historical remarks]

From: uzibalqa
Subject: Re: [historical remarks]
Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2022 18:27:31 +0000

------- Original Message -------
On Saturday, August 27th, 2022 at 5:10 PM, Alessandro Bertulli 
<> wrote:

> uzibalqa writes:
> > ------- Original Message -------
> > On Saturday, August 27th, 2022 at 3:52 PM, Stefan Monnier via Users list 
> > for the GNU Emacs text editor wrote:
> > 
> > A persuasive reason to include cdlatex into built-in emacs for tex-mode and 
> > latex-mode,
> > considering that the equivalent for org-mode has been included.
> I drop by to ask a question about this: what are the differences between
> cdlatex-mode and org-cdlatex-mode? I am preparing to write my thesis and
> I'm setting up AUCTeX, and I resolved to use org-cdlatex-mode for 2
> reasons:
> 1. I'm trying to have a consistent interface between LaTeX and Org, so
> to have a "learn once, use twice" experience (and in the future to think
> about the possibility of using Org for my documents)
> 2. I configured AUCTeX to convert `$` to `\\(\\)`, for inline math. Using
> cdlatex-mode hijacks the keybinding and inserts `$$`, while org-cdlatex
> doesn't.
> So, are there differences, especially ones that make you use
> cdlatex-mode over org-cdlatex-mode?
> Alessandro

I want control on the output document, and switching to org-mode will end up 
using latex
block all the time.  So I use latex for work.   

When I want to just write something, I use org-mode, then export to LaTeX and 
be done with it.

Do not use cdlatex-mode under org-mode, but use the special version 

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