# LaTeX-fill-break-at-separators with '$' mathmode problem  View: Threaded Chronologically All Messages New views 2 Messages — Rating Filter: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Alert me ## LaTeX-fill-break-at-separators with '$' mathmode problem

by Jaap Eldering-2 :: Rate this Message:

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Hi,

I'm using AUCTeX 11.86 with emacs 23.2.1 and I have
LaTeX-fill-break-at-separators set to (\\$$\\$$ \\$\\$ "$"). This nicely breaks outside inline $$-math almost always, but sometimes I notice that it does break the inline math. Just now I seem to have found the specific case where it goes wrong. The line below (note that it contains 73 characters, exactly the final comma surpasses the 72 character line limit) would need to be of infinite size to contain x'(t) for all t \in I, is broken as would need to be of infinite size to contain x'(t) for all t \in I, If I add one more character at the beginning of the line, or in the mathmode and delete the comma, the complete inline statement 't \in I' is correctly put onto the next line. Just a minor issue, but it would be nice if this could be fixed. Best, Jaap _______________________________________________ bug-auctex mailing list bug-auctex@... https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-auctex ## Re: LaTeX-fill-break-at-separators with '' mathmode problem by Ralf Angeli-3 :: Rate this Message: | View Threaded | Show Only this Message * Jaap Eldering (2011-07-14) writes: > I'm using AUCTeX 11.86 with emacs 23.2.1 and I have > LaTeX-fill-break-at-separators set to (\\$$\\$$ \\$\\$ ""). > > This nicely breaks outside inline$$-math almost always, but sometimes > I notice that it does break the inline math. Just now I seem to have > found the specific case where it goes wrong. > > The line below (note that it contains 73 characters, exactly the final > comma surpasses the 72 character line limit) > > would need to be of infinite size to contain$x'(t)$for all$t \in I$, > > is broken as > > would need to be of infinite size to contain$x'(t)$for all$t \in
> I$, > > If I add one more character at the beginning of the line, or in the > mathmode and delete the comma, the complete inline statement > '$t \in I\$' is correctly put onto the next line.
>
> Just a minor issue, but it would be nice if this could be fixed.

Should be fixed in CVS.  Thanks for the report.

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Ralf

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