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accepted Double-quote produces guillemets in emacs
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revised How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
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comment How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
@giordano I've added a few of those lines in the question itself, but the change needs to be reviewed, as I don't have enough reputation to edit it myself.
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comment How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
@giordano There is no auto/ subdirectory there; the class file is in a subdirectory of /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/tex/latex/, where I don't have write permission as a regular user.
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comment How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
@DavidCarlisle I see. No, there is no lisp version of the class that I can find.
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comment How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
@DavidCarlisle yes, in ~/.emacs.d/elpa/auctex-11.87.5/style/babel.el I have babel.el (and babel.elc).
Jul
18
comment How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
@giordano, ah, sorry, I misinterpreted your question. I don't know anything about auto-generated style files. How do I check whether I have one or not?
Jul
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comment How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
@DavidCarlisle, changing the \usepackage command to \@nameuse{RequirePackage}[french]{babel} didn't fix the problem either.
Jul
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comment How can I avoid AUCTeX wrongly inferring the language of a document?
@giordano, this happens even when I run emacs -q, so it seems that my custom settings are not the problem.
Jul
18
comment Double-quote produces guillemets in emacs
@egreg Yes, but it's in a conditional branch in the class file - I guess AUCTeX doesn't see that?
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answered Double-quote produces guillemets in emacs
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comment Double-quote produces guillemets in emacs
@giordano Good suggestion, thank you. I've checked that now and I think it is indeed the problem. But now how can I fix it? (Question updated with more info.)
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revised Double-quote produces guillemets in emacs
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