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This small package saves the file names from buffer-list into a
history file when you close emacs. At start-up this file is read back
and the last recently two files are reopened.
A short usage instruction is given at the beginning of the file. The code is short. So it does not need very much documentation.
Transformes the \“a, \“b etc. LaTeX-sequences
into the corresponding German umlauts when reading a LaTeX-file into a
A short installation guide is given in German at the beginning of the file.
That is just my way to initialise auctex via (load-file
"~/.emacs.d/init-auctex.el") from my ~/.emacs file.
Under Debian Linux every normal user should have a directory called ~/.emacs.d