Multifile Documents =================== The following is relevant when working with documents spread over many files: * RefTeX has full support for multifile documents. You can edit parts of several (multifile) documents at the same time without conflicts. RefTeX provides functions to run `grep', `search' and `query-replace' on all files which are part of a multifile document. * All files belonging to a multifile document should define a File Variable (`TeX-master' for AUCTeX or `tex-main-file' for the standard Emacs LaTeX mode) containing the name of the master file. For example, to set the file variable `TeX-master', include something like the following at the end of each TeX file: %%% Local Variables: *** %%% mode:latex *** %%% TeX-master: "thesis.tex" *** %%% End: *** AUCTeX with the setting (setq-default TeX-master nil) will actually ask you for each new file about the master file and insert this comment automatically. For more details see the documentation of the AUCTeX (Note: Multifile.), the documentation about the Emacs (La)TeX mode (*note TeX Print: (emacs)TeX Print.) and the Emacs documentation on File Variables (Note: File Variables.). * The context of a label definition must be found in the same file as the label itself in order to be processed correctly by RefTeX. The only exception is that section labels referring to a section statement outside the current file can still use that section title as context.
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