On Sat, Jul 29, 2023 at 12:03 AM Ikumi Keita <ik...@ikumi.que.jp> wrote: > > >>>>> Hongyi Zhao <hongyi.z...@gmail.com> writes: > > I see, due to auctex has already been installed, I must test it as follows: > > > emacs -Q > > M-x package-reinstall RET auctex RET > > > Open a tex file, and `M-: (setq LaTeX-electric-left-right-brace t) RET' > > > Then test the problem discussed here. > > > See the attached screenshot for the results. > > What's wrong? It seems to me that it works as you expected. The round > parens appear in pair in the screenshot.
You've said: Is that buffer in AUCTeX latex mode? I suspect that it's in emacs built-in latex mode due to '-Q' option. But I've confirmed that the buffer is really in AUCTeX latex mode, as indicated by the AUCTeX menu bars and the following info given by `C-h v major-mode RET`: latex-mode is an autoloaded interactive byte-compiled Lisp function in ‘tex-mode.el’. (latex-mode) This function has :override advice: ‘TeX-latex-mode’. This is an :override advice, which means that ‘latex-mode’ isn’t run at all, and the documentation below may be irrelevant. ;;; Hit on ‘TeX-latex-mode’, I'll see the following: TeX-latex-mode is an autoloaded interactive byte-compiled Lisp function in ‘latex.el’. (TeX-latex-mode) Major mode in AUCTeX for editing LaTeX files. See info under AUCTeX for full documentation. > Regards, > Ikumi Keita > #StandWithUkraine #StopWarInUkraine Best, Zhao