I wrote a cwl file to use FastTeX in Kile. "*FasTeX* is a /system of
keyboard shortcuts for the fast keying of TeX / (LaTeX)"
(http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~fastex/). Tthese shortcuts work like that:
You type "xa <space>" and this will be replaced by \alpha. "dxa" will be
replaced bei "$\alpha".
I used to use FasTeX with emacs. But I am not a programmer and emacs is
far to complicated for me. So it now works with Kile abbreviations.
I attached the cwl file.
There are FasTeX commands that will do replacements that use several
lines. For instance if you type "figu". This will be replaced by
I wonder if this could be written into a cwl file, too.
I hope I am writing to the right adress, and if anyone else wants to use
the cwl file, feel free to do so.
From: Thomas Braun <braun@ph...> - 2008-11-18 15:34:38
thanks for the cwl file.
I will add it to the kile repository.
For your questions concerning the figure environment I think it is
currently not possible to insert newlines with the completion.
You might want to try out the usual stuff like \n \r\n, \r.
If this does not work feel free to open a whishlist bug at bugs.kde.org.