Commit 1311698c authored by Karl Berry's avatar Karl Berry
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better not use @LaTeX{}, I guess.

parent 7b8e334c
......@@ -1370,11 +1370,11 @@ automatically by putting this in your @file{.emacs} file:
@findex doctex-mode
@TeX{} is a powerful text formatter written by Donald Knuth; it is
also free software, like GNU Emacs. @LaTeX{} is a simplified input
also free software, like GNU Emacs. La@TeX{} is a simplified input
format for @TeX{}, implemented by @TeX{} macros; it comes with @TeX{}.
Sli@TeX{} is a special form of @LaTeX{}.@footnote{Sli@TeX{} is
Sli@TeX{} is a special form of La@TeX{}.@footnote{Sli@TeX{} is
obsoleted by the @samp{slides} document class and other alternative
packages in recent @LaTeX{} versions.} Doc@TeX{} (@file{.dtx}) is a
packages in recent La@TeX{} versions.} Doc@TeX{} (@file{.dtx}) is a
special file format in which the La@TeX{} sources are written,
combining sources with documentation.
......@@ -1383,13 +1383,13 @@ It provides facilities for checking the balance of delimiters and for
invoking @TeX{} on all or part of the file.
@vindex tex-default-mode
@TeX{} mode has four variants: Plain @TeX{} mode, @LaTeX{} mode,
@TeX{} mode has four variants: Plain @TeX{} mode, La@TeX{} mode,
Sli@TeX{} mode, and Doc@TeX{} mode (these distinct major modes differ
only slightly). They are designed for editing the four different
formats. The command @kbd{M-x tex-mode} looks at the contents of the
buffer to determine whether the contents appear to be either @LaTeX{}
buffer to determine whether the contents appear to be either La@TeX{}
input, Sli@TeX{}, or Doc@TeX{} input; if so, it selects the
appropriate mode. If the file contents do not appear to be @LaTeX{},
appropriate mode. If the file contents do not appear to be La@TeX{},
Sli@TeX{} or Doc@TeX{}, it selects Plain @TeX{} mode. If the contents
are insufficient to determine this, the variable
@code{tex-default-mode} controls which mode is used.
......@@ -1487,22 +1487,22 @@ work with them.
@node LaTeX Editing
@subsection La@TeX{} Editing Commands
@LaTeX{} mode, and its variant, Sli@TeX{} mode, provide a few extra
La@TeX{} mode, and its variant, Sli@TeX{} mode, provide a few extra
features not applicable to plain @TeX{}.
@table @kbd
@item C-c C-o
Insert @samp{\begin} and @samp{\end} for @LaTeX{} block and position
Insert @samp{\begin} and @samp{\end} for La@TeX{} block and position
point on a line between them (@code{tex-latex-block}).
@item C-c C-e
Close the innermost @LaTeX{} block not yet closed
Close the innermost La@TeX{} block not yet closed
(@code{tex-close-latex-block}).
@end table
@findex tex-latex-block
@kindex C-c C-o @r{(@LaTeX{} mode)}
@kindex C-c C-o @r{(La@TeX{} mode)}
@vindex latex-block-names
In @LaTeX{} input, @samp{\begin} and @samp{\end} commands are used to
In La@TeX{} input, @samp{\begin} and @samp{\end} commands are used to
group blocks of text. To insert a @samp{\begin} and a matching
@samp{\end} (on a new line following the @samp{\begin}), use @kbd{C-c
C-o} (@code{tex-latex-block}). A blank line is inserted between the
......@@ -1516,8 +1516,8 @@ how to add @samp{theorem}, @samp{corollary}, and @samp{proof}:
@end example
@findex tex-close-latex-block
@kindex C-c C-e @r{(@LaTeX{} mode)}
In @LaTeX{} input, @samp{\begin} and @samp{\end} commands must
@kindex C-c C-e @r{(La@TeX{} mode)}
In La@TeX{} input, @samp{\begin} and @samp{\end} commands must
balance. You can use @kbd{C-c C-e} (@code{tex-close-latex-block}) to
insert automatically a matching @samp{\end} to match the last unmatched
@samp{\begin}. It indents the @samp{\end} to match the corresponding
......@@ -1645,9 +1645,9 @@ after. The lines containing the two strings are included in the header.
If @samp{%**start of header} does not appear within the first 100 lines of
the buffer, @kbd{C-c C-r} assumes that there is no header.
In @LaTeX{} mode, the header begins with @samp{\documentclass} or
In La@TeX{} mode, the header begins with @samp{\documentclass} or
@samp{\documentstyle} and ends with @samp{\begin@{document@}}. These
are commands that @LaTeX{} requires you to use in any case, so nothing
are commands that La@TeX{} requires you to use in any case, so nothing
special needs to be done to identify the header.
@findex tex-file
......@@ -1689,7 +1689,7 @@ Variables}.
@findex tex-bibtex-file
@kindex C-c TAB @r{(@TeX{} mode)}
@vindex tex-bibtex-command
For @LaTeX{} files, you can use Bib@TeX{} to process the auxiliary
For La@TeX{} files, you can use Bib@TeX{} to process the auxiliary
file for the current buffer's file. Bib@TeX{} looks up bibliographic
citations in a data base and prepares the cited references for the
bibliography section. The command @kbd{C-c @key{TAB}}
......@@ -1751,9 +1751,9 @@ required. This is set up for Czech---customize the group
@end ignore
@cindex Ref@TeX{} package
@cindex references, @LaTeX{}
@cindex @LaTeX{} references
For managing all kinds of references for @LaTeX{}, you can use
@cindex references, La@TeX{}
@cindex La@TeX{} references
For managing all kinds of references for La@TeX{}, you can use
Ref@TeX{}. @inforef{Top,, reftex}.
@node HTML Mode
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