{auxiliary-files} is about files generated and read by LaTeX and packages which hold auxiliary information about the document.

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nbconvert-generated labels fail with babel, work without it or with large margins

I'm using ipython nbconvert (which uses pandoc) to transform an IPython notebook and the document code contains the following lines \subsection{Vytvářeni polí čísel}\label{vytvuxe1ux159eni-poluxed-...
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hash (dictionary) data structure

closely related to How to implement (low-level) arrays in TeX . What is the recommended package that provides a simple abstraction of the hash feature that is in latex, at least for small-scale needs....
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Mysterious hidden .lb-file

I have all my important LaTeX-Files in a git repository. Therefore I noticed when a new hidden(!) auxiliary(?) file appeared while working on my TeX-files. The filename is .<tex-filename>.lb. ...
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Setting target directory for FeynMF's intermediate files?

Related to "How to use kile with feynmf or feynmp?", is it possible to tell the feynmf package where to place its intermediate files? I sometimes have a lot of Feynman diagrams in my LaTeX documents, ...
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How can I automatically copy a LyX-generated .aux file to the working directory for cross referencing?

This is a follow up to: Using the xr package in LyX (for cross-referencing an external LyX document) I have two LyX documents, called draft.lyx and supplement.lyx. I need to compile them into ...
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“Runaway argument? File ended while scanning use of \abx@aux@page.”

I am facing an annoying problem with LaTeX which has occurred just recently. LaTeX refuses to compile and gives me the following error message: "Runaway argument? File ended while scanning use of \...
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Possible Issues of using -output-directory

As I am considering using -output-directory=<some/path> to reduce clutter in my working directory, I am wondering what are the known problems with this approach. The ones I am aware of are: ...
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copying the compiled pdf in a folder from within tex file

In order to keep clean the folder where my .tex file is, I have successfully adopted the strategy suggested in other posts (see e.g. here or here), setting -output-directory=build and -aux-directory=...
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Hiding the auxilary files as part of the compilation script under OS X

I'm aware that there is a lot of discussion about what to do with the pile of auxiliary files that LateX creates when it compiles. What I want to do is pretty specific. The simplest thing I've found ...
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Aux file won't finish writing

I've used Bibdesk to write a bibliography, and I've simply copied the cite commands into my .tex file, so I know they're right. I have at the bottom of my .tex file simply: \bibliography{ref} ...
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Way for Texmaker Quick Build to Ignore aux File

I'm trying to build a document (say, 'doc_name.tex') using the Quick Build option in Texmaker (in Ubuntu 14.04) and I'm running into the error message "I couldn't open file name 'doc_name.aux'". This ...
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TeXworks won't typeset if the aux file exists

I have a tex file which compiles just fine if I delete the aux file. If the aux file exists, I get the following error: Sorry, but "C:\Users\Home\AppData\Local\Programs\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin\...
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Bibliography errors when using \cite{example}, \bfseries invalid in math mode

Everything else works except for the references, not quite sure why. The aux file always replaces the file I want to load with another empty .bib file too.
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How to use \@writefile without blocking a write stream?

From what I understand, to properly use \@writefile one has to block a write stream, like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \makeatletter \newwrite\tf@foo \openout\...
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Standalone Output Directory

I configured my TexStudio to use a Directory for temporary files called "build". When i compile the Standalone Document all files except the pdf and the synctex.gz are in the folder "build". When I ...
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Bibtex-like macros organising software

From what I gather (I don't use them, and have never actually managed to get it to work - though this is not my issue), bibtex/biber uses a database of references, alongside an ancillary file created ...
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Run Bibtex on aux files in subfolders, multiple OS

I have a complete framework for my PhD thesis based on classicthesis/arsclassica. Single chapters are located in Subfolders like this. main.tex Chapters/project1/project1.tex Chapters/project2/...
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Is it possible to change the output for each \excludecomment or \includecomment (comments package)?

I am trying to avoid modularizing a document into separate files (because it gets translated into 10 languages!) Instead, I am trying my luck with the comments package. Let's say I have three ...
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How to write some data to an auxiliary (.aux?) file of a .tex file and read this data from another .tex file?

I'd like to write some data, say: \newcommand\somedata{foo} or, in a LaTeX3 way: \ExplSyntaxOn \tl_const:Nn \c__some_data_tl {foo} \ExplSyntaxOff to an auxiliary file of a test1.tex file and be ...
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How to change directory for auxiliary files?

Firstly I'd just like to point out I'm very new to working with LaTeX. Learning to use TeXworks. I compile using the pdfLaTeX + MakeIndex + BibTeX option and would like to save all the 'junk' files ...
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Unable to get permission for fls file while using pdflatex

I'm using Sublime Text 3 with the Latexing package to compile a file. The distribution is TeXLive and I'm compiling with pdflatex. Everything works fine for a while, then the compile process starts ...
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Aux files stored in folder with arara, nomencl can't find %.nlo file

I'm using texstudio with arara to automate the building. I'm trying to have it set up so that all the auxiliary files are put in a folder called auxiliary in the main folder. At the top of my .tex ...
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Is there a LaTeX-to-HTML package that uses TeX?

I know that there are a lot of ways to "convert" LaTeX source to HTML markup that, when rendered, resembles the hypothetical original PDF. Is there such a package that works within LaTeX? I'm ...
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How to compile creating externalized figures files from pgfplots in a given folder?

I'm working on a project on LaTeX which includes heavy externalization of pgfplots figures, so I've hidden everything in a tex subfolder of the main one and work only there. Every time, though, I have ...
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.aux file not created using texmaker

When trying to compile literature reference with bibliography {file} error message is displayed: couldn´t open file name 'literatur.aux'. As i found out the file is not being generated because when i ...
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Generate only aux file for external files

I use an external document by both \input-ting it and cross-referecing labels. It looks a bit like this: \zexternaldocument*{external} In picture \ref{external-link}, you see ... \input{external} ...
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Revtex generating corrupt .bib file

I am trying to write a report using RevTeX to format my document. Here is a MWE: \documentclass{revtex4-1} \begin{document} Some text \cite{article} \bibliography{bibliography} \end{document} This ...