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[AUCTeX-devel] Broken TAB-completion in reftex-citation (was: Converting

From: Tassilo Horn
Subject: [AUCTeX-devel] Broken TAB-completion in reftex-citation (was: Converting AUCTeX CVS to a modern dVCS)
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2012 17:34:49 +0200
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Tassilo Horn <address@hidden> writes:

>>>     > Yes, that's not caused by the biber merge.  It already didn't
>>>     > work before.
>>> I am not sure what you mean.
>>> Running reftex-citation
>>> in a file which contains
>>> a reference to a bibliography like
>>> \bibliography{bibgraf}
>>> pops up a minibuffer in which I can put a name and then a
>>> buffer pops up with all possible matches from the data base.
>>> Are you saying this is broken in current CVS?
>> No.  What's broken is that if you type in part of a name and press
>> TAB, you don't see all possible completions.  I think what you
>> described is what happens if you press RET.
> And incidentally, this feature happened to work after my first try at
> the biber merge, but not in the (otherwise more exact) biber merge
> patch Ken produced.
> There is some more information on address@hidden below Message-ID:
> <address@hidden>.  Basically, the problem is that
> `LaTeX-bibitem-list' returns nil.  That's a function generated by the
> TeX-auto-* stuff which I haven't much clue about...

Ok, I did a bit more debugging and coincidentally found out that after
evaluating (reftex-parse-all) once in a document the functions
(LaTeX-bibliography-list) and (LaTeX-bibitem-list) return the required
information and TAB-completion works just fine.


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