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Re: [AUCTeX-devel] Manage auto insertion of labels

From: Tassilo Horn
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX-devel] Manage auto insertion of labels
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2014 10:34:34 +0200
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Vladimir Lomov <address@hidden> writes:

> Also, I imagined that there will be some function that allows,
> depending on context to use a customized prefix (for example, "fig"
> for figures, "tab" for tables, "eq" for equations, "page" for
> page-labels)

That's already the case, isn't it?

,----[ C-h v LaTeX-section-label RET ]
| LaTeX-section-label is a variable defined in `latex.el'.
| Its value is (("part" . "part:")
|  ("chapter" . "chap:")
|  ("section" . "sec:")
|  ("subsection" . "sec:")
|  ("subsubsection" . "sec:"))
| Documentation:
| Default prefix when asking for a label.
| Some LaTeX packages (such as `fancyref') look at the prefix to generate some
| text around cross-references automatically.  When using those packages, you
| should not change this variable.
| If it is a string, it it used unchanged for all kinds of sections.
| If it is nil, no label is inserted.
| If it is a list, the list is searched for a member whose car is equal
| to the name of the sectioning command being inserted.  The cdr is then
| used as the prefix.  If the name is not found, or if the cdr is nil,
| no label is inserted.

,----[ C-h v LaTeX-label-alist RET ]
| LaTeX-label-alist is a variable defined in `latex.el'.
| Its value is (("figure" . LaTeX-figure-label)
|  ("table" . LaTeX-table-label)
|  ("figure*" . LaTeX-figure-label)
|  ("table*" . LaTeX-table-label)
|  ("equation" . LaTeX-equation-label)
|  ("eqnarray" . LaTeX-eqnarray-label))
|   Automatically becomes buffer-local when set.
| Documentation:
| Lookup prefixes for labels.
| An alist where the CAR is the environment name, and the CDR
| either the prefix or a symbol referring to one.


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