AUCTEX Reference Card. (for version ). C-C. C-d. Save Document. Switch to master file or active buffer. Query for a master file. C-ca. Conventions Used. I have created a solution by adding an around-advice to reftex-reference, however, it’s not a pretty solution. I’ll put it up as an answer but I’m still hoping for a. +AUC T EX Reference Card. (for version 8). Conventions Used. Carriage Return. RET. Tabular. TAB. Linefeed. LFD. Mode variables: You want to change the.
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If emacs can’t beat sublime text in this regard it will be a shame! Helm-bibtex is more powerful, but it lacks a few features that reftex has, such as allowing you to search your records on different fields.
It seems that there is no support to do it automatically, like selecting different papers and generate the citation. Want to see what Emacs is capable of?! Submit a new text post.
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Yorgos referencw, 1 15 Sign up using Facebook. Open the reference using ivy-bibtex or helm-bibtexsearch and it automatically inserts the citation for you. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I think it couldn’t be simpler Ah yes, sorry I answered too quickly before reading the last bit. Alternatively, you can use helm-bibtex in place of reftex. This works also for all other citation macros provided by natbibbiblatexect But it’s a refference keystrokes more than what sublime text offers.
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Email Required, but never shown. There is more info in the manual Alternatively, you can use helm-bibtex in place of reftex.
A sub-reddit for the timeless and infinitely powerful editor. Use reftex-citation usually bound to C-c [. Looks like you want company-auctex and perhaps force parsing of all bibtex sources.
This is what you want… they’re great tools, and helped enormously when I was writing up my PhD. So far sublime text is still easier in terms of citing papers in latex I think.
Try helm-bibtex or it’s ivy version ivy-bibtex and this problem never occurs.
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Hope you find what you’re looking for. RefTeX overtakes the task to provide completion of bibliographic entries, but you can continue using the usual AUCTeX-way to insert macros.
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The problem is that I don’t know how to cite a paper. Currently I use C-c C-[, which is quite slower than sublime text latextools plugin: Demo 1 It’s very convenient to open the pdf source! Sign up using Email and Password.