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[LCFC] templates://auctex/{auctex/templates}

(manual note: this review triggered a *lot* of discussions. So please
carefully re-review the preview-latex-style part of debian/control to
check whether I took the correct proposal. If needed, we might extend
the LCFC step for more than a few days....)

This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf
templates for auctex.

The reviewed templates will be sent on Thursday, November 15, 2007 to the package
maintainer as a bug report and a mail will be sent to this list with
"[BTS]" as a subject tag.


Template: auctex/doauto
Type: select
__Choices: Background, Foreground, None
Default: Background
# Translators: do NOT translate ${LOGFILE}
_Description: (La)TeX macros parsing mode:
 To improve the performance of AUCTeX, every currently installed TeX
 macro package and LaTeX style file will be parsed.
 This may take a lot of time, so it should probably be done in the
 background. You may also choose to have it done in the foreground,
 or to skip that step. If you choose 'Background', you will
 find a detailed log of the process in ${LOGFILE}.
 A weekly cron job will also take care of updating the cached data,
 so that no specific action is required whenever you install new
 (La)TeX packages or remove old ones.
 This update can be run manually at any moment by running

Template: auctex/doautofg
Type: select
__Choices: Console, File
Default: File
# Translators: do NOT translate ${LOGFILE}
_Description: Parsing output destination:
 You chose to parse TeX macro packages and LaTeX style files in foreground.
 This operation generates a lot of information. Please choose where
 this information should be sent:
  File:    output goes to ${LOGFILE};
  Console: output goes to the current console.

# arch-tag: f0377964-4347-46dc-a310-3f371380b170-child
Source: auctex
Priority: optional
Section: tex
Maintainer: Davide G. M. Salvetti <salve@debian.org>
Uploaders: OHURA Makoto <ohura@debian.org>
Standards-Version: 3.7.2
Build-Depends-Indep: emacs22 | emacs21 | emacs-snapshot, eperl, gs-gpl | gs, po-debconf, texlive-latex-base, texinfo, texi2html (>=1.76-1)
Homepage: http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/

Package: auctex
Architecture: all
Depends: debconf | debconf-2.0, emacs22 | emacs21 | emacs-snapshot, make, preview-latex-style
Recommends: doc-base, gs-gpl | gs, texlive-latex-recommended, xpdf-reader | pdf-viewer
Suggests: catdvi, dvipng, lacheck
Conflicts: emacspeak (<= 17.0-1), preview-latex
Replaces: preview-latex
Provides: preview-latex
Description: integrated document editing environment for TeX etc.
 AUCTeX is a comprehensive customizable integrated environment for writing
 input files for TeX/LaTeX/ConTeXt/Texinfo using GNU Emacs. Currently XEmacs
 ships with its own AUCTeX version.
 It supports processing source files by running TeX and related tools (such
 as output filters, post processors for generating indices and bibliographies,
 and viewers) from inside Emacs. AUCTeX allows browsing through the errors
 reported by TeX, while it moves the cursor directly to the reported error, and
 displays some documentation for that particular error. This will even work
 when the document is spread over several files.
 AUCTeX can automatically indent LaTeX 'source', either line by line or
 for an entire document, and has a special outline feature which can
 greatly assist in getting an overview of a document.
 AUCTeX is written entirely in Emacs Lisp, and may therefore be enhanced
 with new features for specific needs. It comes with a large range of
 handy Emacs macros. It is a GNU project, and documentation for all its
 features is accessible via the Emacs info browser.

Package: preview-latex-style
Architecture: all
Depends: tex-common
Recommends: doc-base
Conflicts: preview-latex (<=0.7.3-2)
Homepage: http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/preview-latex.html
Description: extraction of elements from LaTeX documents as graphics
 The purpose of preview is the extraction of selected
 elements from a LaTeX source, like formulas or graphics, into separate
 pages of a DVI file. A flexible and convenient interface allows it to
 specify what commands and constructs should be extracted. This works
 with DVI files postprocessed by either Dvips and Ghostscript or
 dvipng, but it also works when using PDFTeX for generating PDF
 Currently, preview.sty is used by preview-latex, the WYSIWYG
 component of the AUCTeX editing environment; for generation of
 previews in LyX; as part of the operation of the ps4pdf and pst-pdf
 LaTeX packages; by the tbook XML system and some other tools.

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