I have a problem with Emacs/AucTeX, which is *somehow* connected to the
big Gnome update that landed in Tumbleweed within the last couple of
days. I have not yet reported this as a bug since I quite frankly do not
know what to report. I get *no* error messages via Emacs's Messages
buffer or via console output etc.
Normally, when compiling a LaTeX-document with Emacs & AucTeX, the
output is sent to another buffer, emacs runs pdflatex and once pdflatex
finishes, Emacs prints "Successfully wrote [x] pages" in the minibuffer.
Afterwards, one can call another command, be it another LaTeX-run,
Biber/Bibtex/Biblatex etc. etc.
*However*, Emacs does *not* produce the "Successfully..." message, and
subsequently, the latex process never finishes, unless killed by hand.
This *only* happens in Emacs+GTK(3), emacs-x11 works as intended.
This means *something* GTK-related breaks Emacs/AucTeX, however, I have
no idea where I should even start to look since I get no output/errors etc.
Does anybody have any ideas what could be causing this?
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