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YaTeX for Debian
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Here's some tips for configuring YaTeX / YaHTML.


* How to enable/disable YaTeX / YaHTML?

  After installing the yatex package,
  TeX-related files (`*.tex', `*.ltx', `*.cls', `*.sty', `*.clo',
  `*.bbl')  and HTML files won't be treated with yatex-mode or
  yahtml-mode by default.  You can enable the association by
  removing the leading `;' from the lines in the init file.

* How to read messages in English?

  By default, YaTeX / YaHTML shows Japanese messages if possible.

  If you (as a system administrator) want the system-wide default
  to be in English, enable the line:

    (setq YaTeX-japan nil)

  in `/etc/emacs/site-start.d/50yatex-init.el'.

  Otherwise if you (as a user) want your individual default setting,
  place the line in your `.emacs'.


* How to use `mendex' via YaTeX? ...

  So you want to change some of the external programs invoked by
  YaTeX/YaHTML?  Of course you can, though manually :-/

  For system-wide, edit `/etc/emacs/site-start.d/50yatex-init.el' -
  there is a template for each program.

  Per user/file/etc., there are so many ways; most likely, you'd find
  useful information in the `Customizations' section of the Info page.


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updated by KURASHIKI Satoru <lurdan@gmail.com>
written by INOUE Hiroyuki <dombly@kc4.so-net.ne.jp>