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Re: [AUCTeX-devel] Texinfo: mark environment and mark section/node

From: Vincent Belaïche
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX-devel] Texinfo: mark environment and mark section/node
Date: Sun, 29 May 2011 18:11:01 +0200

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> Subject: Re: Texinfo: mark environment and mark section/node
> Date: Sun, 29 May 2011 15:54:35 +0200
> As mentioned in our discussion last June, it is better to talk about
> development topics on the development list. So I'm crossposting this to
> auctex-devel and setting a Mail-Followup-To.
> * Vincent Belaïche (2011-05-17) writes:
> > Quite some time ago I had submitted a contribution to have mark
> > environment and mark section commands for Texinfo also. I made an update
> > of AUCTeX recently and I realized that they are still not in the CVS
> > tree...
> >
> > I attach again the patch made at that time, but certainly the diff was
> > relative to some outdated version of tex-info.el.
> This patch is an early one. The most recent one should be from June 24,
> 2010.
> > Sorry, but I do not remember what was the outcome of discussion that we
> > had at that time.
> The threads can be found at
> and
> > I rememeber that you questionned the use of `C-c .'
> > and `C-c *' keybindings, but I thought that my contribution was fine all
> > the same because no alternative keybinding was proposed.
> Looking at the last messages in the discussion we had, the main issue I
> still had with the patch was that `Texinfo-mark-section' marks both
> sections and nodes. It would be better if there were two separate
> functions for these functionalities.
> --
> Ralf

Hi Ralf,

Thank you so much for the reminder and having dug out the necessary links.
I must admit that as I was working with my own local code I had forgotten about the conclusion. I will make the necessary update at some point of time, and send back an updated patch.


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