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[AUCTeX-devel] Re: Accessing TeX-related documentation

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: [AUCTeX-devel] Re: Accessing TeX-related documentation
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2006 21:54:08 +0100

* Ralf Angeli (2006-02-08) writes:

> Okay, I checked something into CVS.  You can access documentation
> about packages available through texdoc as well as documentation about
> LaTeX and Texinfo macros available through the respective info files
> by calling `TeX-doc'.  It would probably be more convenient to have a
> key binding for that.  I thought about changing `C-c TAB' (currently
> used for opening AUCTeX's info file) to a prefix command.  `TeX-doc'
> could then be bound to `C-c TAB TAB' (aka `C-c C-i C-i') and AUCTeX's
> manual be opened with `C-c TAB RET' (aka `C-c C-i C-m'; "m" for
> "manual").  What do you think?

Perhaps a bit more convenient would be to use `C-c ?' which is
currently bound to `describe-mode'.  Grepping through the Emacs
sources showed that there are other modes binding it like this as
well, e.g. Gnus Article Edit mode or Message mode.  But there are also
modes which use the key binding for documentation purposes,
e.g. Idlwave mode and especially BibTeX mode.  If somebody implements
Apropos-like functionality in addition to `TeX-doc' we might extend
the binding to `C-c ? a' for that and `C-c ? h' or similar for


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