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Re: [AUCTeX] Is there any local variable to redefine "\item"?

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] Is there any local variable to redefine "\item"?
Date: Sat, 08 Oct 2005 12:16:32 +0200
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* Adam Johnson (2005-10-07) writes:

> "Ralf Angeli" <address@hidden> wrote:
>>* Adam Johnson (2005-10-07) writes:
>>> I'm wondering that whether there is a local environment variable that
>>> I can use it to redefine the "\item".  When I use "proper" package for
>>> writing presentation slides, it redefines all the "\item" to "\xitem".
>>> However, when I use "C-c C-j", it still inserts "\item" for me.  I
>>> need change it everytime.
>> LaTeX-item-list
> But I cannot figure out how to use it correctly.  In "prosper" package, it 
> still uses the regular "itemize, enumerate" environments, and adds new 
> "itemstep, enumeratestep" environments.  The package just renew ALL "\item" 
> to "\xitem".
> Can you give me a brief example how to deal with it?  Thanks again.

The prosper package does not provide an \xitem macro.  Are you
referring to HA-prosper?  Please be more exact when asking questions.
It saves people answering you time.

In HA-prosper it seems you still can use \item, though the
documentation is not clear about if this is advisable.  Anyway, here
is what you could use in a style file for HA-prosper:

(defun LaTeX-haprosper-xitem ()
  (insert "\\xitem "))

(add-to-list 'LaTeX-item-list
             '("itemize" . LaTeX-haprosper-xitem))


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