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RefTeX can be configured to recognize additional labeled
environments and macros. This is done with the variable
reftex-label-alist (see Options (Defining Label Environments)). If you are not familiar with Lisp, you can use the
custom library to configure this rather complex variable. To do
M-x customize-variable <RET> reftex-label-alist <RET>
Here we will discuss a few examples, in order to make things clearer.
It can also be instructive to look at the constant
reftex-label-alist-builtin which contains the entries for
all the builtin environments and macros (see Builtin Label Environments).
|• Theorem and Axiom|| Defined with |
|• Quick Equation||When a macro sets the label type.|
|• Figure Wrapper||When a macro argument is a label.|
|• Adding Magic Words||Other words for other languages.|
|• Using \eqref||How to switch to this AMS-LaTeX macro.|
|• Non-Standard Environments||Environments without \begin and \end|
|• Putting it Together||How to combine many entries.|
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