Ralf Angeli | 1 Sep 19:22 2010
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Re: Re: Faces change after disabling a ligature with "|

* Marcus Frings (2010-08-31) writes:

> * Ralf Angeli <angeli <at> caeruleus.net> wrote:
>
>> I suppose the file eventually loads shortvrb.sty?  Font locking tries to
>> deal with that now.  Unfortunately it does not account for " as an
>> escape character.  As a workaround you can set `LaTeX-shortvrb-chars' to
>> nil.
>
> Although my document doesn't load shortvrb.sty (I checked it by putting
> \listfiles into the document)

Then it might load doc.sty or at least have a "doc" string somewhere in
a \usepackage macro.

> So I assume this is a tiny bug in the current version of AUCTeX?

Yes.  It should already be fixed in the CVS version.

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Bart Childs | 2 Sep 05:28 2010
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Precompiled emacs and precompiled auctex11.86

I tried to use this as explained in
only the PreCompiled version!

The emacs works fine but when I also install AUCTeX and go to edit
an old or a new TeX file I get a message

undefined variable  TeX-token-char

I am using a new Dell laptop with Vista.   Help

I can limp along because I mostly work on a MAC but I am training the
owner of the Dell to use LaTeX for his books.  He will mostly do light
editing of the big parts I will create using AUCTeX.

Thanks,  Bart Childs


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Bart Childs | 2 Sep 17:52 2010
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Reference previous message: Precompiled emacs and precompiled auctex11.86

Please disregard the attached message of 12 hours ago.   I cleaned up my ~/elisp/ directory
which I add to my load-path and carefully reinstalled auctex and everything seems fine.

Thanks,   Bart Childs

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From: Bart Childs <bart <at> tamu.edu>
Date: September 1, 2010 10:28:07 PM CDT
Subject: Precompiled emacs and precompiled auctex11.86

I tried to use this as explained in
only the PreCompiled version!

The emacs works fine but when I also install AUCTeX and go to edit
an old or a new TeX file I get a message

undefined variable  TeX-token-char

I am using a new Dell laptop with Vista.   Help

I can limp along because I mostly work on a MAC but I am training the
owner of the Dell to use LaTeX for his books.  He will mostly do light
editing of the big parts I will create using AUCTeX.

Thanks,  Bart Childs



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Dr. Ing. Dieter Jurzitza | 5 Sep 09:24 2010
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Re: issues with preview latex / openSUSE 11.3

Dear Mr. Angeli,
dear listmembers,
you're right. After your comment I detected that this specific issue is purely 
an opensuse one, caused by an opensuse specific security patch - I found a 
solution in the meantime, however, there is nothing you could help me with 
here.
Anyway, thank you for your time - and sorry for the delayed reply, I was out 
for holidays .... :-)
take care

Dieter Jurzitza

Am Sonntag, 29. August 2010, 17:53:50 schrieb Ralf Angeli:
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> * Ing. Dieter Jurzitza (2010-08-20) writes:
> > as Mr. Kastrup signalized that he's short of time I am trying my luck
> The string "PermitFileReading" does not appear in the vanilla
> distribution of AUCTeX 11.86.  Perhaps it was patched by SuSE?
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Eyrún Rós | 3 Sep 13:55 2010
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Re: user-keyword-class


Hi Per.

Are you Per Ingvar Eriksson?

If you are - you have some post here in Hagamelur 43, in Iceland and I can't
find your address now to sent it to.

Best regards from Iceland,
Eyrún Rós

Per Eriksson-4 wrote:
> 
> Hello auctex mail list,
> 
> I'm using auctex 11.85 on aquamacs 1.9 and I have recently tried to  
> make my own keyword
> classes for highlighting latex syntax such as \citet{}, \citep{} and  
> \citealp{}. I have used the semi-graphical interface to add a  
> "keyword with specs" as an "command with arguments" ordering a  
> foreground color change. This has resulted in that the keyword (e.g.  
> \citet) is highlighted in purple while the argument(s) "[...]{...}"  
> remain text black and not colored as I ordered.
> 
> Do anyone know why this happens and how to get the correct syntax  
> highlighting on user added keyword ?
> 
> Best regards,
> P. Eriksson
> 
> 
> _______________________________________________
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> auctex <at> gnu.org
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Eyrún Rós | 3 Sep 13:56 2010
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Re: user-keyword-class


Hi Per.

Are you Per Ingvar Eriksson?

If you are - you have some post here in Hagamelur 43, in Iceland and I can't
find your address now to sent it to.

Best regards from Iceland,
Eyrún Rós

Per Eriksson-4 wrote:
> 
> Hello auctex mail list,
> 
> I'm using auctex 11.85 on aquamacs 1.9 and I have recently tried to  
> make my own keyword
> classes for highlighting latex syntax such as \citet{}, \citep{} and  
> \citealp{}. I have used the semi-graphical interface to add a  
> "keyword with specs" as an "command with arguments" ordering a  
> foreground color change. This has resulted in that the keyword (e.g.  
> \citet) is highlighted in purple while the argument(s) "[...]{...}"  
> remain text black and not colored as I ordered.
> 
> Do anyone know why this happens and how to get the correct syntax  
> highlighting on user added keyword ?
> 
> Best regards,
> P. Eriksson
> 
> 
> _______________________________________________
> auctex mailing list
> auctex <at> gnu.org
> http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/auctex
> 
> 

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Marcus Frings | 7 Sep 19:54 2010
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Re: Faces change after disabling a ligature with "|

* Ralf Angeli <angeli <at> caeruleus.net> wrote:

> Then it might load doc.sty or at least have a "doc" string somewhere in
> a \usepackage macro.

No, neither it loads doc.sty nor is there any "doc" string in any of my
\usepackage macros. I can send you the result of \listfiles if you
wanted to further investigate this.

> Yes.  It should already be fixed in the CVS version.

Thanks. I'll try that one out.

Gruß,
Marcus
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Ralf Angeli | 7 Sep 22:26 2010
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Re: Re: Faces change after disabling a ligature with "|

* Marcus Frings (2010-09-07) writes:

> * Ralf Angeli <angeli <at> caeruleus.net> wrote:
>
>> Then it might load doc.sty or at least have a "doc" string somewhere in
>> a \usepackage macro.
>
> No, neither it loads doc.sty nor is there any "doc" string in any of my
> \usepackage macros.

One last candidate might be "ltxdoc".

> I can send you the result of \listfiles if you
> wanted to further investigate this.

The \listfiles output would not help much.  AUCTeX looks at the source
code to determine which style support to activate, not at the LaTeX
output.  Something in your file triggers the activation of the shortvrb
support.  This does not necessarily have to be in the mandatory
arguments of \usepackage macros, but could be something else the parser
picks up.

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guille | 9 Sep 00:45 2010
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force a given style (multi-file)

Hi,

I have a big beamer document split into several files, which get included in the
main one with \input. The main one has the \documentclass{beamer} declaration,
so when it is loaded the beamer.el style is used. But the other files, which do
not have the declaration do not use the style when loaded.

Is there a way to require the beamer.el style in those files? for example using
some local variable?

thanks,

guille
David Reitter | 14 Sep 20:41 2010
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11.86; menu items w/o command names and doc strings

The "Use XeTeX engine" menu item does not have a proper command name and lacks documentation.  See also the
exchange below.
This is with the latest AUCTeX release as we have it in Aquamacs.   

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> From: "José Miguel Figueroa-O'Farrill" <j.m.figueroa <at> ed.ac.uk>
> Date: September 14, 2010 1:22:43 PM EDT
> To: Aquamacs Developers <aquamacs-devel <at> aquamacs.org>
> Subject: Re: [Aquamacs-devel] [Aquamacs-bugs] Aquamacs 2.1rc: LaTeX problems
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> 
> On 14 Sep 2010, at 18:18, David Reitter wrote:
> 
>> Yes, I think it's new.  I don't know anything about it - C-h k, then selecting the menu entry will tell you
more than you care to know!
> 
> Or indeed much less... :)
> 
> <menu-bar> <Command> <TeXing Options> <Use XeTeX engine> runs the
> command menu-function-84, which is an interactive Lisp function.
> 
> (menu-function-84)
> 
> Not documented.
> 
> [back]
> 
> José
> 
> 

Gmane