Known extensions to AUCTeX are controlled by the variable TeX-file-extensions: TeX-file-extensions is a variable defined in ”. Its value is. When you, for example, ask AUCTeX to run a command on the master file, it has no way of knowing the name of the master file. By default, it will assume that the. AUCTeX Starting a Command on a Document or Region. C-c C-a) Compile the current document until an error occurs or it is finished.
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To view the compiled document I do C-c C-v. Anyway do you known how to avoid auctfx when I do C-c C-c it asks “Command: I thought maybe I need to do M-x customize-variable again to set the variable TeX-command-listbut this variable doesn’t exists anymore.
Email Required, but never shown. If AUCTeX finds the line indicating the end of the header in a master file TeX-header-endit can figure out for itself that this is a master file. You may wish to spread a document over many files as you are likely to do if there are multiple authors, or compkle you have not yet discovered the power of the outline commands see Outline.
You still will be prompted and have to press RET after F1. In particular, I’m not sure what it will do if there is no master file set, and it will recompile even if it doesn’t need to. Sign up using Email and Password.
To use DocStrip you usually have two kind of files: Yes, elisp needs to be recompiled after change of major versions of emacs: Thank you for your input though! The command is then actually run on the region file.
Thank you ArashEsbati That worked. A regular expression matching the end of the header. You could bind F1 to one function, TeX-master-command, since C-c C-c will set the viewer if you use it just after compiling with C-c C-c.
See TeX-command-region for details. Customize TeX-file-extensions and add “ins” to it, that should do the trick. If the file being edited is actually included from another file, then you can tell AUCTeX the name of the master file by setting this variable.
C-c C-z Query the user for a command, and apply it to the current section or part, chapter, subsection, paragraph, or subparagraph. Also, check out the following settings to see if they are set correctly: You should set this variable to match the name of all files, for which it auctrx a good idea to append a TeX-master file variable entry automatically.
PiCo I took a look into the master-file-less situation and updated my answer with the result. Thanks, I have See above for details. Here’s a quick and dirty solution that might work for you: C-c C-v is bound to the command tex-viewwhich, by definition attempts to open a.
Any help with getting Preview to open and making compiling easier would be much appreciated. This function shall give you the possibility to insert the variable manually.
Here is a quote from auctex manual. In my case, the define-key is inside a use-package call, to achieve the same purpose.