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Vudoshicage Emacs has full support for unicode and it has auto-completion for most commands. You can always go back to the tutorial. I tutroial one that look forward for I have commented it heavily so that it is easier to understand what it does. It even can differentiate between mandatory and optional arguments—for details, see Completion. When it comes to compiling you can use latexmk as described above but you can also use AUCTeX built-in compiling method which is quite good C-c C-c.

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It lets you process your source files by running TeX and related tools such as output filters, post processors for generating indices and bibliographies, and viewers from inside Emacs. AUCTeX lets you browse through the errors TeX reported, while it moves the TextCursor directly to the reported error, and displays some documentation for that particular error.

This will even work when the document is spread over several files. Apart from these special features, AUCTeX provides a large range of handy Emacs macros, which in several different ways can help you write your documents fast and painlessly. CDLaTeX tries to be quick, with very few and easy to remember keys, and intelligent on-the-fly help. Synchronize with Zotero Zotero is an excellent bibliography manager. With zotexo.

Add-Ons latex-units. But there is latex-doc package that tries to do that. It also contains ltx-help. Put ltx-help. Then corrected slightly the reg expressions in latex-help-get-cmd-alist function to recognize all the entries in the doc index and oala, help of all latex commands is under my fingertips C-c i to be more specific.

Here is the version of latex-help-get-cmd-alist function which worked for me: defun latex-help-get-cmd-alist ;corrected version: "Scoop up the commands in the index of the latex info manual. Did I miss something? Another change seems to be required in the latex-help function, since try-completion returns the actual match in case of a partial match, but only t in case of a perfect match.

This causes ltx-help to sometimes land on the top page, instead of the actual target node. Feedback appreciated. This means that abbreviations saved with C-x a l add-mode-abbrev are saved in the table text-mode-abbrev-table and become available in all buffers using text-mode.

This may not be the expected behavior. Here is how to define abbreviations that work in auctex modes only, without interfering with the standard text-mode.

Autocomplete mode and AUCTeX auto-complete-auctex gives a pretty interface to auctex completions using auto-complete. It provides predictive completion for normal text, as usual. But when PredictiveMode is used in LaTeX -mode, in addition it provides context-sensitive predictive completion for LaTeX commands, environments, math commands, cross-reference labels, and more besides.

Adding support for new packages is often as easy as writing a list of the new commands, and generating an appropriately named dictionary from it. The PredictiveMode user manual explains in more detail how to add support for new LaTeX packages; if you add support for a new package, consider contributing it so it can be included in the PredictiveMode package.

The following screen-shots show this in action, and also demonstrate some of the different configurable ways in which the possible completion candidates can be displayed.

This gist lets you define which symbols insert Unicode symbols, so e. Auto-Completion Several ac-sources for the marvelous auto-completion package are available here. It allows for a context dependent completion of LaTeX tags and unicode symbols.

In order to make full use of unicode functionality you need to use unicode-math package. Anything and LaCarte for Math Input LaCarte offers a great facility for navigating menus; Anything - fast display and reg-exp filtering.

To make it work, install Anything and LaCarte and put this in your. The strings TeX-open-quote and TeX-close-quote holds the opening and closing sequences inserted and may be changed, e. For example, if you are using xetex, on files encoded in unicode utf-8, with a master file named mymaster.

Whilst this can be done using file-local variables, it has the disadvantage of adding noise in your source files. Note that it will return nil for files that do not get included in other files, which is the case for single file documents, or for the master files themselves.

In this case, the TeX-master variable gets set to nil, which works. Just customize the output-pdf with Zathura instead of Evince. If it does not work, some indication below could help you. This requires synctex. Unfortunately, the contents of the message seem to have changed somewhere between versions 2. The following code works for me with the newer version. The code below is his version. You can enable that with C-c C-t C-s. Evince and other viewers in The forward searches can be done either through command-line arguments or through the ddeclient.

Unfortunately, configuration can be tricky to get right, mainly because there are so many steps. To perform inverse search from within Sumatra PDF , simply double-click the area of text. This also works with multi-file LaTeX projects. After that put in your. Rest of discussion moved to AutoPairs.

Should it? Problem of synctex If somebody has a problem with synctex, i.

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It includes a general description of a workflow for LaTeX but without a particular editor in mind and a short description on how to implement it via Org-mode and AUCTeX. I think outlining and drafting is best done in Org-mode. AUCTeX is best later in the process. What is the best workflow may vary between tasks and persons. The following is just some general notes on how you can work with LaTeX files in Emacs.

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