Comment and uncomment regions
rossini at blindglobe.net
Thu Oct 10 23:42:38 CEST 2002
>>>>> "michael" == Michael J Manning <mj.manning at niwa.co.nz> writes:
michael> Dear Tony and Rich
michael> I have bound "TeX-comment-region" to "C-c;" and "Tex-un-
michael> comment-region" to "C-c:".
michael> I have noticed that these bindings fail to work, returning a
michael> "symbol's function is void:..." error if I start an R process under
michael> XEmacs without having opened and edited a *.tex file first.
michael> I guess that even though I think I am loading AucTeX when XEmacs
michael> starts up via "(load "tex-site")" in my init.el, and have bound the
michael> LaTeX comment functions to keys in the global map, the comment
michael> functions do not actually get loaded until LaTeX mode is started,
michael> which happens when a *.tex file is edited...
michael> It occured to me to use the standard emacs command "comment-
michael> region" in place of "TeX-comment-region", however I don't seem to
michael> have the command "uncomment-region" in my XEmacs, and "kill-
michael> comment" kills the comment along with the line commented out
michael> rather than merely removing the comment character.
C-h f comment-region
suggests that if you bind "C-c ;" to comment region, that
"C-u C-c ;" should un comment the region.
So, Rich's suggestions for binding should be useful, then the above
might work (please try it for me and report back!).
A.J. Rossini Rsrch. Asst. Prof. of Biostatistics
U. of Washington Biostatistics rossini at u.washington.edu
FHCRC/SCHARP/HIV Vaccine Trials Net rossini at scharp.org
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