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Re: [AUCTeX] AUCTEX with multiple modes

From: Vincent Belaïche
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] AUCTEX with multiple modes
Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:23:57 +0200

As far as I can understand you are sort of embedding Maxima code into LaTeX
code and you would like the Maxima edit mode for the pieces of Maxima codes

I think that the same sort of thing is needed for Asymptote 
(, not sure how/whether they handle it.
Maybe you should investigate whether people with similar problems have found
any standard solution to do it.


> From: address@hidden
> To: address@hidden
> Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2014 09:59:03 +0100
> Subject: [AUCTeX] AUCTEX with multiple modes
> Hi,
> After playing around with emaxima-mode (a mode that extends AUCTeX to
> mix in Maxima code that can be evaluated, it has not been mainteined for
> a while) I came to the conclusion that getting a comfy environment out
> of it would involve a lot of hacking. For example, to support M-;, I
> need to implement my own comment function that checks if I am in a
> maxima environment, and dispatch to comment-dwim accordingly (either
> LaTeX-style % comments or Maxima-style /* */ comments). I would need to
> do this for other functionality (font locking, indentation, etc) and it
> would involve a lot of boilerplate code. So I am exploring other
> solutions, and I came across Multiple Modes [1].
> I notice that there are several implementations. Is there one which is
> preferred for AUCTeX? Can someone please direct me to an example of
> multiple modes in AUCTeX?
> Best,
> Tamas
> [1]
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