The currfile package provides macros for holding the file name information (dir, base name, extension, full name and full path) for files read by LaTeX's \input and \include macros

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Using macros in Memoir chapter for a Diary

I'm trying to create an automatic chapter head which displays the day of the week and date (kind of like a diary entry) I have a directory called "august" within which is a file called 01.tex. The ...
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Getting right currfile with own class loaded from subdirectory

When writing my own class in a subdirectory, e.g. myclass/aclass.cls, and I use the currfile package to load that class's current file path, it always returns the information of my main file only. ...
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Try to use input and currfile together

I have a folder tree a little like this, "document.tex" is the root file, section1 is a folder document.tex |--[section1] | |--index.tex My document.tex code is like that: ...
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What does “File stack underflow!” mean?

I am getting two times the error: Package currfile Warning: File stack underflow! on input line xxx. I am not explicitly loading currfile, but standalone seems to do. I am getting this warning ...
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Can't get real currfile if used in precompiled .fmt file

Background: I am not sure if this is a bug with the currfile package, or if I not properly using the package, or perhaps an issue with using .fmt files. BTW, this is my first attempt at using .fmt ...
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Incompatibility between currfile and enumitem? [closed]

The MWE below yields: Missing number, treated as zero. <to be read again> enit@cv@currfiledepth \item testing. for the itemize ...
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Corrupted TeXLive2012 installation? (Option clash for currfile)

Background: As per Manually copy older TeXLive2011 from one Mac to a new Mac, I attempted to get TeXLive2010 and TeXLive2011 (with the latest libraries) on a newer mac. The older releases are not ...
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In a multiple file LaTeX document, is there a way to tag each page with the file that generated it?

I've got a LaTeX document that's build from many smaller files. When I'm editing text or formulas I usually look for some characteristic text and do something like: find -name "*.tex" > t grep -n ...