Using Nomenclature and emacs

I'm learning how to \usepackage{nomencl}. So far so good.

I added the nomenclature compile option to the Emacs commands by editing my .emacs file, adding:

;; nomenclature for latex
'("Nomenclature" "makeindex %s.nlo -s nomencl.ist -o %s.nls" TeX-run-command nil t :help "Create nomenclature file")))

to it, this works: when I press C-c C-c (the shortcut for TeX-command-list I can use the Nomenclature command and the appropriate file is generated. I am unhappy though, for the following reason:

When I run BibTeX, and then press C-c C-c again, Emacs offers to run LaTeX (as appropriate, and if references have changed, it will offer Command: (default) LaTeX again, finally, it will offer Command (default) View, once the .log doesn't report references have changed. When I run Nomeclature, the next command offered by Emacs is Command (default) View, which is always inappropriate.

How can I tell Emacs to default to LaTeX as the next TeX-command-list command after running Nomenclature (same behavior as BibTeX)?

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I've also posted this on StackOverflow, as I'm not sure where is more appropriate. –  Yossi Farjoun Nov 30 '11 at 5:58
It might be nice to add links between the questions, particularly since they have different titles. –  Ivan Andrus Dec 2 '11 at 16:31
Link to SO qn: stackoverflow.com/questions/8321742/… –  Charles Stewart Nov 20 '12 at 12:41

The easiest way (that I know of) is to use a function in the place of TeX-run-command like:

;; nomenclature for latex