Reiner Steib | 1 Mar 14:42 2008
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CurVe: Include curve.el in AUCTeX (was: CTAN package update: CurVe)

On Mon, Feb 25 2008, CTAN Announcements wrote:
[ http://mid.gmane.org/1203968809.6070.18.camel <at> alan.smcvt.edu ]

> Name of contribution: CurVe
> Author's name: Didier Verna
> Location on CTAN: /macros/latex/contrib/curve
> Summary description: A curriculum vitae class for LaTeX2e
> License type: lppl

> Announcement text: 
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> This is edition 1.15 of CurVe.
> [...]
> CurVe also comes with support for AUC-TeX.
[...]
> This package is located at 
>    http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/curve

Hi Didier,

how about including curve.el in AUCTeX?

Bye, Reiner.
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Ralf Angeli | 1 Mar 17:29 2008
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Re: bug and fix for problem in style/pdfsync.el

* Matan Ninio (2008-02-25) writes:

> Changelog:
> * "file" is now relative to the location of the master file, in case the
> inputed tex file is in a different directory.
> * Searching for the file entry in the .pdfsync file allows for an
> optional ".tex" extension in the filename, in case the file was included
> using "\input{dir/filename.tex}".
> * narrow-to-region is canceled by (widen) prior to searching for
> corresponding "p" lines, as lines in the very bottom of included files
> may produce "p" lines only after the file was closed.  In such cases,
> the "p" and "s" lines will appear outside the scope of the "(file..)" we
> narrowed to earlier.
> Changes by Matan Ninio <emacs <at> auctexdev.ninio.org>

Okay, I've committed your patch in CVS.  The changes are small enough so
that we don't need a copyright assignment from you.

Thanks very much for the very good descriptions of the bug and the patch
you provided.

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David Kastrup | 1 Mar 17:42 2008
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Re: CurVe: Include curve.el in AUCTeX

Reiner Steib <reinersteib+gmane <at> imap.cc> writes:

> On Mon, Feb 25 2008, CTAN Announcements wrote:
> [ http://mid.gmane.org/1203968809.6070.18.camel <at> alan.smcvt.edu ]
>
>> Name of contribution: CurVe
>> Author's name: Didier Verna
>> Location on CTAN: /macros/latex/contrib/curve
>> Summary description: A curriculum vitae class for LaTeX2e
>> License type: lppl
>
>> Announcement text: 
>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>> This is edition 1.15 of CurVe.
>> [...]
>> CurVe also comes with support for AUC-TeX.
> [...]
>> This package is located at 
>>    http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/curve
>
> how about including curve.el in AUCTeX?

I've just noticed that the CfP for abstracts in BachoTeX is due in two
weeks or so, full paper at end of month.  curve sounds like it could be
interesting to an international audience, too.

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Ralf Angeli | 2 Mar 16:11 2008
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RefTeX info dir entries

After installing RefTeX the following entries are found in the
respective dir file:

* RefTeX: (reftex).			Emacs support for LaTeX
					cross-references and citations.
* RefTeX: (reftex.info).		Emacs support for LaTeX
					cross-references and citations.

The first one refers to the info file coming with Emacs while the second
one refers to the one coming with the separate RefTeX installation.
Since the separate RefTeX overrides the included one I think it would be
fair to also remove the link to the old manual (while keeping the info
file on the disk).  This would require a call to `install-info --remove'
during `make install'.

I haven't found any recommendations for such a situation.  Are there any
reservations with respect to such a procedure?

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David Kastrup | 4 Mar 11:59 2008
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Re: CurVe: Include curve.el in AUCTeX

Didier Verna <didier <at> lrde.epita.fr> writes:

> David Kastrup <dak <at> gnu.org> wrote:
>
>> I've just noticed that the CfP for abstracts in BachoTeX is due in two
>> weeks or so, full paper at end of month. curve sounds like it could be
>> interesting to an international audience, too.
>
>   Thanks for the sollicitation (and thanks for your personal message
> BTW). Unfortunately, things are pretty hectic over here (just as last
> year, same period :-(): I have the Lisp workshop to set up, papers
> reviewing for the Lisp symposium and far too many others things to do to
> be able to write anything in one month.

If you give an informal notice what you are planning to talk about, I am
pretty sure that things can be made to fit (the organizers are really
great).  I am not really good at providing things in time myself.  I
remember one time where I mentioned on arrival that there was another
thing I would like to talk about, and it got fit into the schedule more
or less on-demand, the same or next evening.

Even if you don't think you can manage to prepare a talk of your own,
think about attending if you can fit it into your personal
schedule/travel plans.  It is actually even a good environment for
working in peace on some topic requiring continuous attention, and works
rather well as a nothing-to-care-about recluse.

I've attended more or less yearly even when I had no excuse to let
somebody else pay the bills.

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David Kastrup | 4 Mar 13:15 2008
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[Jerzy B. Ludwichowski] BachoTeX 2008 -- Call for Papers -- reminder


Hi AUCTeX users, I am forwarding the conference announcement of
BachoTeX.  I am sure to attend this conference (so this is a good
opportunity to nag me about AUCTeX development in person) like every
year where I can make it.  For German participants, going by Eurolines
bus might be the best alternative (train connections will keep you awake
all night switching trains in strange places): one books to Brodnica and
usually the bus drivers are not adverse to let one ride a bit further,
dropping you off at the lake resort.  I actually get into the bus in
Bochum and hop off right at the location itself without having to change
which is quite convenient.  The conference resort is a great place to
confer, muse, code, relax and have fun with the other participants at
the bonfire (or in smaller parties afterwards) or during the day.  And
most of the European TeX luminaries appear there.  During the
conference, there is an ISDN internet connection for all, WLAN,
workstations, Ether connections and so on.  And the location itself is
just fabulous.  Anyway, over to Jerzy:

Dear friends,

The BachoTeX 2008 Program Committee dares to remind you of the quickly
upcoming deadline for submitting paper proposals for the BachoTeX 2008
conference. The Call for Papers and TeX Pearls can be found
http://www.gust.org.pl/BachoTeX/2008/cfp1en.

We trust that the main theme of the conference, ,,TeX contra TeX''
should be of a great interest to the community at large and the
various developers in particular.

You may have noted that the supplementing theme "Aesthetic aspects
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Didier Verna | 4 Mar 11:17 2008
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Re: CurVe: Include curve.el in AUCTeX

Reiner Steib <reinersteib+gmane <at> imap.cc> wrote:

> how about including curve.el in AUCTeX?

  Sure! BTW, I don't know your exact policy about third-party classes or
styles, but if you want to include the el files from my other packages
(FiNK, FiXme and QCM), feel free to do so.

In that case, I'll update the doc to tell people to try for AUC-TeX
support first, and then install the el files by hand only if their
current AUC-TeX installation doesn't provide it.

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Didier Verna | 4 Mar 11:20 2008
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Re: CurVe: Include curve.el in AUCTeX

David Kastrup <dak <at> gnu.org> wrote:

> I've just noticed that the CfP for abstracts in BachoTeX is due in two
> weeks or so, full paper at end of month. curve sounds like it could be
> interesting to an international audience, too.

  Thanks for the sollicitation (and thanks for your personal message
BTW). Unfortunately, things are pretty hectic over here (just as last
year, same period :-(): I have the Lisp workshop to set up, papers
reviewing for the Lisp symposium and far too many others things to do to
be able to write anything in one month.

I still have last year's idea in a corner of my brain though. Do you
know when Cork is taking place usually ?

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EPITA / LRDE, 14-16 rue Voltaire   Tel.+33 (0)1 44 08 01 85
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Reiner Steib | 4 Mar 21:41 2008
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Re: CurVe: Include curve.el in AUCTeX

On Tue, Mar 04 2008, Didier Verna wrote:

> Reiner Steib <reinersteib+gmane <at> imap.cc> wrote:
>> how about including curve.el in AUCTeX?
>
>   Sure! BTW, I don't know your exact policy about third-party classes or
> styles, but if you want to include the el files from my other packages
> (FiNK, FiXme and QCM), feel free to do so.

As we want AUCTeX to become part of Emacs someday, we need a copyright
assignment.  I see that you have an assignment on file for Emacs, but
we need an additional assignment for AUCTeX.  When distributing the
file with AUCTeX, we need to release it under "GPLv3 or later".  You
can still release the file under LPPL.  (David, correct me if I'm
wrong, please.)

> In that case, I'll update the doc to tell people to try for AUC-TeX
> support first, and then install the el files by hand only if their
> current AUC-TeX installation doesn't provide it.

Good idea.

If we include more of your files, you might want to have write access
to maintain the files in AUCTeX's repository.  I'm sure that having an
XEmacs expert on board would be welcome.  :-)

Bye, Reiner.
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Didier Verna | 5 Mar 09:04 2008
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Re: CurVe: Include curve.el in AUCTeX

Reiner Steib <reinersteib+gmane <at> imap.cc> wrote:

> As we want AUCTeX to become part of Emacs someday, we need a copyright
> assignment. I see that you have an assignment on file for Emacs, but
> we need an additional assignment for AUCTeX.

  OK.

> If we include more of your files, you might want to have write access
> to maintain the files in AUCTeX's repository. I'm sure that having an
> XEmacs expert on board would be welcome. :-)

  Hmmm. Didn't I say that things were pretty hectic already over here ? :-)

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