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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AUCTeX View and Compile commands in Emacs – TeX – LaTeX Stack Exchange
Thank you ArashEsbati That worked. AUCTeX will try to guess which command is appropriate in the given situation and propose it as default. If you want to extract the style file or any other packageyou have to run LaTeX on your “Makefile”, that is latex sample.
So this may be only for. If that works, then you can create a custom function linking that custom function to the aucgex key.
I already tried to define the compilf file to be “sample.
compilation – AUCTeX: how to compile a file, which does end in ‘.ins’ – Emacs Stack Exchange
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Email Required, but never shown. Thus, if you are editing n different documents, you can have n plus akctex processes running at the same time.
However, to format the document you must run the commands on the top level master file. Note that most of the time you don’t need to type latex or view or whatever you want to dobecause C-c C-c is smart about the command it suggests. I would like to have a simple shortcut, like pressing F1 or some other key combination to compile and then view the document.
When AUCTeX adds the name of the master file as a file variable, it does not need to ask next time you edit the file. Since the master file perhaps indirectly includes all other files in the document, AUCTeX will get information from all files in the document.
The region contents are written into the region file, after extracting the header and trailer from the master file. If you don’t want to use this line, it shouldn’t be too hard to make the above function work on the buffer instead.
By default, it will assume that the current file is the master file. A special case of running TeX on a region is TeX-command-buffer which differs from TeX-command-master if the current buffer is not its own fompile file.
After switching to Emacs 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. Sign up using Facebook.