[OS X Emacs] odd msg when LaTeX-ing

Elliott Roper elliott at yrl.co.uk
Wed Jul 26 21:56:50 EDT 2017

> On 27 Jul 2017, at 02:27, Roger Lipsett <rljunk50 at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is an AUCTeX bug fixed in the latest release (see for example https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/368408/auctex-says-latex-problems-after-1-page <https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/368408/auctex-says-latex-problems-after-1-page>). What I don't know, though, is whether (and how) I can replace the AUCTeX version inside Aquamacs or whether to wait for a new Aquamacs release. AFAIK the file processes just fine, though.
> Roger Lipsett
> On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 9:10 PM, Art Werschulz <agw at comcast.net <mailto:agw at comcast.net>> wrote:
> Hi.
> Using Aquamacs 3.3, I'm LaTeX-ing the attached file hello.tex.
> I'm using a non-customized Aquamacs (courtesy of Help->Diagnose...).
> I run C-c C-c, and the minibuffer says
>         Command (default LaTeX):
> I hit return, and the minibuffer says
>         LaTeX: problems after {1} page
> A second C-c C-c, and the minibuffer once again says
>         Command (default LaTeX):
> and the cycle repeats.
> However, if I reply "View" to the minibuffer prompt, the document shows up just fine.
> Moreover:
> (1) There's nothing obviously wrong in hello.log, and hello.aux contains "\relax".
> (2) The *Messages* buffer doesn't show anything obviously wrong.
> (3) If I typeset the document with TeXShop, there are no error or warning msgs.
> (4) If I typeset the document from the command line (pdflatex hello), there are no error or warning msgs.
> Thoughts?

Aquamacs nightly builds have contained the latest AucTeX 11.90 for the last few weeks.

http://aquamacs.org/nightlies.shtml#changelog-latest has a link

or you can follow the recipe at


I can confirm both work fine for getting the latest AucTeX and that 11.90 fixes a similar problem I was seeing with ConTeXt and a crash I was trying to isolate with using Apple's split-screen toy.

Elliott Roper

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