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Some information about advices An advice is mainly a method of last resort to customize the behavior of functions defined in other libraries. There are many variants of advice. Examples are: overriding the function with another function (That is the extreme case where one completely replaces the original function.) wrapping the original function with an ...


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Starting from Omar's answer I've put together an interactive function, dump-auctex-globals, that writes to the standard user's Emacs directory a (very simple) Emacs Lisp file that sets the two global variables (defun dump-auctex-globals () "Write global LaTeX class and TeX input files to auctex-globals.el." (interactive) (let ((filename (expand-file-...


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Thank you for asking this question! This has been bothering me for a long time, but I never did anything about it until your question gave me a little extra motivation. Turns out it's pretty simple to make the cache by hand. You just need to arrange to assign values to two variables after AUCTeX is loaded: (setq LaTeX-global-class-files '("List of document ...


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In addition to @jagrg suggestion (to add :trigger-wrap "$") I found everything works as expected if I don't remove the $ pair from my modes I.e., I had to comment out this line (sp-local-pair 'latex-mode "$" nil :actions :rem) This line alone does the trick (sp-local-pair 'latex-mode "\\(" "\\)" :trigger "$" :trigger-wrap "$")


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