2 Dec 2011 00:14

### TikZ support

Hi,

I have written a sketch of style file for the TikZ drawing package. If
you find the functionality relevant and the code of acceptable
quality, I will be happy to contribute it.

There are two things I don't know how to do: one is to implement a
parser for TikZ's "subpackage" system, the other is how to make the
current key-val functionality of AUCTeX work better with pgfkeys,
which allows blank spaces in keys and values.

Best regards,
Florêncio Neves.

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11 Dec 2011 18:32

Hello everybody,

does anyone know what's up with the development of AUCTeX? For many
weeks I don't get any updates from the CVS version and especially the
biber/biblatex support which Philip submitted some time ago I would like
to see as official part of AUCTeX.

Best regards,
Marcus
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19 Dec 2011 11:10

Hi,

On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 6:32 PM, Marcus Frings
<iam-est-hora-surgere <at> despammed.com> wrote:
> does anyone know what's up with the development of AUCTeX? For many
> weeks I don't get any updates from the CVS version and especially the
> biber/biblatex support which Philip submitted some time ago I would like
> to see as official part of AUCTeX.

I don't know but I can see that Ralf's last post is 3 months old. Does
anyone else can write to the repository?

Bye

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20 Dec 2011 10:19

On Mon, Dec 19 2011, Damien Cassou wrote:

> On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 6:32 PM, Marcus Frings
> <iam-est-hora-surgere <at> despammed.com> wrote:
>> does anyone know what's up with the development of AUCTeX? For many
>> weeks I don't get any updates from the CVS version and especially the
>> biber/biblatex support which Philip submitted some time ago I would like
>> to see as official part of AUCTeX.
>
> I don't know but I can see that Ralf's last post is 3 months old. Does
> anyone else can write to the repository?

I'd guess everyone listed on
http://savannah.gnu.org/project/memberlist.php?group=auctex
has commit access.

Bye, Reiner.
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20 Dec 2011 10:24

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

> On Mon, Dec 19 2011, Damien Cassou wrote:
>
>> On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 6:32 PM, Marcus Frings
>> <iam-est-hora-surgere <at> despammed.com> wrote:
>>> does anyone know what's up with the development of AUCTeX? For many
>>> weeks I don't get any updates from the CVS version and especially the
>>> biber/biblatex support which Philip submitted some time ago I would like
>>> to see as official part of AUCTeX.
>>
>> I don't know but I can see that Ralf's last post is 3 months old. Does
>> anyone else can write to the repository?
>
> I'd guess everyone listed on
> http://savannah.gnu.org/project/memberlist.php?group=auctex
> has commit access.

I just checked the copyright assignment list, and there is no Philip
with a copyright assignment for AUCTeX in place.  That is a prerequisite
for us being able to take code into AUCTeX, so if someone could put me
in contact with him, I can send him the respective papers.

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20 Dec 2011 11:29

Greetings, the Philip is me. I tried to get in touch with various
people about it but it all seemed to be rather dormant.

PK

On 20 December 2011 10:24, David Kastrup <dak <at> gnu.org> wrote:
> Reiner Steib <reinersteib+gmane <at> imap.cc> writes:
>
>> On Mon, Dec 19 2011, Damien Cassou wrote:
>>
>>> On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 6:32 PM, Marcus Frings
>>> <iam-est-hora-surgere <at> despammed.com> wrote:
>>>> does anyone know what's up with the development of AUCTeX? For many
>>>> weeks I don't get any updates from the CVS version and especially the
>>>> biber/biblatex support which Philip submitted some time ago I would like
>>>> to see as official part of AUCTeX.
>>>
>>> I don't know but I can see that Ralf's last post is 3 months old. Does
>>> anyone else can write to the repository?
>>
>> I'd guess everyone listed on
>> http://savannah.gnu.org/project/memberlist.php?group=auctex
>> has commit access.
>
> I just checked the copyright assignment list, and there is no Philip
> with a copyright assignment for AUCTeX in place.  That is a prerequisite
> for us being able to take code into AUCTeX, so if someone could put me
> in contact with him, I can send him the respective papers.
>
> --


20 Dec 2011 22:54

### footmisc.el

Hi,

I've attached footmisc.el adding support for the footmisc.sty package.
I'm a bit in doubt of whether to include some support for completion for
setfnsymbol for the names defined with DefineFNsymbols(*), but it
doesn't seem to be practiced in other files; besides, I think
hippie-expand (M-;

repository. For reference, I submitted several files, of which only a
few were added to the repository. I'm curious if my work will be used.
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21 Dec 2011 08:28

### 2011-09-18; wrong-type-argument sequencep 1

Hi,

Evaluating (comment-padright "%" 0) in a LaTeX file triggers a
"wrong-type-argument sequencep 1". This only happens if AUCTeX is
loaded. Reproducing in a clean environment is trivial (at least in Emacs 24):

1) Create a ~/tmp/main.tex file with:
=======================
\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}

\end{document}
=======================

2) Create a ~/tmp/test.el file with:
=======================
(find-file "~/tmp/main.tex")
(toggle-debug-on-error)