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Today I switched to the import package with the hope that it will simplify the management of the files of my text. It surely did that, but.... It broke RefTex in emacs. Now, I cannot lookup my labels using reftex-reference (normally bounded to C-c )). It doesn't parse the files that were included/imported/added using the import package. Thus, I don't get this nice list with all the labels of my whole document.

Is there a way to enjoy both worlds?

Edit:

I found this thread which suggests that this is an open problem... It seems that the problem comes from the way reftex parses the document. Adding import and subimport to the variable reftex-include-file-commands cannot solve the problem, since it is documented explicitly that RefTeX expects to have the filename right after the command - this is not the case when using import package.

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