around this issue Well, it sounds like a great idea, but I don't think it would be possible: Composer is created for handling PHP dependencies, not for handling front-end dependencies, the twitter team has created Bower for front-end dependencies. Combining those 2 great libraries is a huge task: You will need to create your own composer commands and configuration files. Bower puts everything in a components directory. This isn't the correct dir for web assets, you will need to change this. You can't change this in the Bower config, as far as I know about Bower, which is almost equal to zero. UPDATE As said by @xanido, you can configure the output directory with the directory option as of Bower 0.3.0.
What is MongoDBs strict mode and is it a good idea to use?
With these it helps Try adding a ' to the immediate left of LaTeX-mode-hook. Also, you need to (require 'tex) before using the LaTeX-mode-hook. Because the library AUCTeX defines the variable LaTeX-mode-hook (i.e., brings it into existence), placing (require 'tex) inside a hook that does not yet exist will not work. [See line 5017 of ~/.emacs.d/elpa/auctex-11.87.3/latex.el)