[OS X TeX] outlining and TeX

Enrico Franconi franconi at cs.man.ac.uk
Tue Aug 6 16:05:07 CEST 2002

On August 6, Michael Murray writes:
> >Does anyone know of something related, or a way to link up Outliner 
> >with TeX, somehow. (Ultimately, I will need my data to go into a 
> >LaTeX file so I can do the usual TeX things with it.)
> I think I read somewhere that emacs has a facility to do this via
> something called auctex.

No, actually the macro package you need (very powerful!) in Emacs is
"outline-mode". It works 'alone' for plain text files, or as a 'minor'
mode for LaTeX files: it expands/collapses sections, items etc.  To
launch it, just 'meta outline-mode' or 'meta outline-minor-mode'; to
read the reference documentation 'meta describe-mode'. It is built in
in every recent emacs, including mac-emacs

-- e.

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