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Re: [AUCTeX-devel] navigate: to undefined reference

From: Uwe Brauer
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX-devel] navigate: to undefined reference
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2009 10:48:31 +0100
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Ralf Angeli wrote:
* Uwe Brauer (2009-01-24) writes:

A feature I really miss is to navigate fast to unresolved references.

(info "(auctex)Debugging")

hm, well all I obtain is

File:, Node: Debugging, Next: Checking, Prev: Viewing, Up: Running TeX and friends

7.3 Catching the errors

Once you've formatted your document you may `debug' it, i.e. browse
through the errors (La)TeX reported.

-- Command: TeX-next-error
    (`C-c `')  Go to the next error reported by TeX.  The view will be
    split in two, with the cursor placed as close as possible to the
    error in the top view.  In the bottom view, the error message will
    be displayed along with some explanatory text.

  Normally AUCTeX will only report real errors, but you may as well
ask it to report `bad boxes' and warnings as well.

-- Command: TeX-toggle-debug-bad-boxes
    (`C-c C-t C-b') Toggle whether AUCTeX should stop at bad boxes
    (i.e. overfull and underfull boxes) as well as normal errors.

-- Command: TeX-toggle-debug-warnings
    (`C-c C-t C-w') Toggle whether AUCTeX should stop at warnings as
    well as normal errors.

  As default, AUCTeX will display that special `*help*' buffer
containing the error reported by TeX along with the documentation.
There is however an `expert' option, which allows you to display the
real TeX output.

-- User Option: TeX-display-help
    When non-nil AUCTeX will automatically display a help text whenever
    an error is encountered using `TeX-next-error' (`C-c `').

Nothing is said about jumping to unresolved references!

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