[TxMt] Question to LaTeX bundle users

Charilaos Skiadas cskiadas at uchicago.edu
Fri Jan 27 07:51:56 UTC 2006

There is now a second completion command, called "Bibliography  
command", which searches for bib files recursively in all files  
included in the current file and in TM_LATEX_MASTER, searching for  
the files in the same paths tex and bibtex use to locate those files.  
It has not had much testing, but I hope you will all give it  a try  
and tell me of any problems you have with it. In order to run it, you  
will need  files located in ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/ 
Support/bin, so you will need to svn up that folder also if you want  
to give it a try.

The "Bibdesk completion" command will remain as is, though a number  
of bugs with it have now been fixed, notably it now behaves nicely  
when it runs into errors. Let me know if there are still problems  
with it.

Also, the syntax has been enhanced a bit with minimal support for  
koma-script sectioning commands, as well as a couple more \cite  

On Jan 26, 2006, at 3:27 AM, Plessl Christian wrote:
> A suggestion: You may also want to have a look at Emacs reftex  
> mode, which provides also a nice lookup in BibTeX files (see  
> attached screenshot). Reftex allows you to search the BibTeX files  
> for a regular expression (for the screenshot I searched for my last  
> name) and then presents a handy list of all publications matching  
> this regular expression.
This looks interesting, though I am not sure how the interface would  
be. We have very limited tools when it comes to interface. Maybe some  
time in the future.
>  Best regards,
>  Christian


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