List of LaTeX commands which input another file. The file name is expected after the command, either in braces or separated by whitespace.
Maximum depth of section levels in document structure. Standard LaTeX needs 7, default is 12.
Commands and levels used for defining sections in the document. The
carof each cons cell is the name of the section macro. The
cdris a number indicating its level. A negative level means the same as the positive value, but the section will never get a number. The
cdrmay also be a function which then has to return the level. This list is also used for promotion and demotion of sectioning commands. If you are using a document class which has several sets of sectioning commands, promotion only works correctly if this list is sorted first by set, then within each set by level. The promotion commands always select the nearest entry with the correct new level.
The maximum level of toc entries which will be included in the TOC. Section headings with a bigger level will be ignored. In RefTeX, chapters are level 1, sections level 2 etc. This variable can be changed from within the *toc* buffer with the t key.
\partis like any other sectioning command. This means, part numbers will be included in the numbering of chapters, and chapter counters will be reset for each part. When
nil(the default), parts are special, do not reset the chapter counter and also do not show up in chapter numbers.
nilmeans, turn automatic recentering of *TOC* window on. When active, the *TOC* window will always show the section you are currently working in. Recentering happens whenever Emacs is idle for more than
tmeans, turn on immediately when RefTeX gets started. Then, recentering will work for any toc window created during the session.
frame(the default) means, turn automatic recentering on only while the dedicated TOC frame does exist, and do the recentering only in that frame. So when creating that frame (with d key in an ordinary TOC window), the automatic recentering is turned on. When the frame gets destroyed, automatic recentering is turned off again.
This feature can be turned on and off from the menu (Ref->Options).
nilmeans, create TOC window by splitting window horizontally. The default is to split vertically.
Fraction of the width or height of the frame to be used for TOC window.
nilmeans, split the selected window to display the *toc* buffer. This helps to keep the window configuration, but makes the *toc* small. When
nil, all other windows except the selected one will be deleted, so that the *toc* window fills half the frame.
nilmeans, include file boundaries in *toc* buffer. This flag can be toggled from within the *toc* buffer with the i key.
nilmeans, include labels in *toc* buffer. This flag can be toggled from within the *toc* buffer with the l key.
nilmeans, include index entries in *toc* buffer. This flag can be toggled from within the *toc* buffer with the i key.
nilmeans, include context with labels in the *toc* buffer. Context will only be shown if the labels are visible as well. This flag can be toggled from within the *toc* buffer with the c key.
nilmeans, point in *toc* buffer (the table-of-contents buffer) will cause other window to follow. The other window will show the corresponding part of the document. This flag can be toggled from within the *toc* buffer with the f key.
The keymap which is active in the *toc* buffer. (see Table of Contents).