I had (require 'tex-site) and was adding to the list in an .el file to
update the variable so that when it opens a latex file , it will have
proper indentation for some environments that are commands for a
statistical package. I did not want to indent these environment or else
my shell script that executes the commands in their respective
statistical software will ignore them.
I fixed it by issuing a defcustom first. I hope I am not totally
screwing up that variable.
Thanks for the prompt reply
On 2023-06-07 09:55, Ikumi Keita wrote:
Jean Eid<j...@wlu.ca> writes:
It seems that LaTeX-indent-environment-list is not defined in newer
auctex? is that true I did M-x customize-variable and it did not turn
AM i missing something?
I think that variable responds to `customize-variable' only after AUCTeX
is loaded. (More precisely, after latex.el is loaded.) I expect that you
can customize it after you open any LaTeX document by AUCTeX.
As far as I can see, that behavior hasn't changed recently. So my guess
is that you have never customized it without opening LaTeX document.
If that isn't the case, please report the detailed procedure to
reproduce the issue, beginning from "emacs -Q".
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