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.emacs configuration question


Sometime ago somebody gave me some tips about how to do keybindings in
emacs. They were for latex. Here they are (from my .emacs):

(defvar TeX-command-list 
   (list "LaTeX" "latex %t" 
	 'TeX-run-LaTeX nil t) 
   (list "View" "xdvi %d" 
	 'TeX-run-command nil t)    
   (list "dviPS" "dvips %d -o %f" 
	 'TeX-run-command nil t) 
   (list "GV" "gv %f" 
	 'TeX-run-command nil t) 

(global-set-key [(control f5)] 
		(lambda ()
		  (TeX-command "LaTeX" 'TeX-master-file)))
(global-set-key [(control f9)] 
		(lambda ()
		  (TeX-command "View" 'TeX-master-file)))

As it can be seen, the f5 and f9 are global. I would like to have them
only in TeX/LaTeX modes.

Another thing is the compile command. I have binded it to C-f8:

(global-set-key [(control f8)] 'compile)

The problem is that, when I hit C-f8, I am always questioned if I want
to do "make -k", or whatever was the last command entered for compile. I
would like to have this behaviour  (without any prompting) for C/C++

f9 	-> 	"make"
C-f9	->	"make run"

Makeing the right changes in my Makefile, this will let me compile the
files with f9 and run them with C-f9. 



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