* `turn-on-haskell-indentation` has been marked obsolete in favour of `haskell-indentation-mode` * `turn-on-haskell-doc-mode` has been marked obsolete in favour of `haskell-doc-mode`
With a default installation of Prelude and the `prelude-latex` package enabled, when the user types `"` on a LaTeX document the following shows up: ``` ``|' ``` where the `|` is the point. Note that the parenthesis are unbalanced, there's a missing single quote `'` in the end. The reason seems to be that both AUCTeX and SmartParens try to autocomplete and they interact bad. The solution is to disable AUCTeX autocompletion feature just for the quotes and let SmartParens take over. It does the right thing by putting the point on the right place and removing the closing quotes if the user hits backspace.
Fixes #839. The reasoning behind this is that if we own a file, we can change it's permissions with `chmod` so there's probably a good reason it's not writable.
Fixes #850 Use find-file-hook instead of advising ido-find-file.