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[AUCTeX-devel] \addcontents inaccuracy

From: Mads Jensen
Subject: [AUCTeX-devel] \addcontents inaccuracy
Date: Mon, 04 Apr 2011 22:33:36 +0200
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When using C-c RET addcontentsline

AUCTeX asks for a normal filename for the file, however, the
file-argument should be one of these three (extension of the file; see
lof, lot, toc

The same thing applies to \addtocontents. I'm aware that some packages
write their entry files to support \listofsomething{}. Would it be an
idea to look at the list of files in the current directory and find
files with extensions of something like "lo[a-z]*", and use those along
with the above three?
Med Venlig Hilsen / Kind Regards,
Mads Jensen
Rubinsteinsvej 31,
DK-2450 Kbh. SV
+45 6168 8518

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