About the versions package that allows optionally including/excluding {environments}.

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What does the output of TeX/LaTeX depend on (in the sense of version and distribution)

I knew in advance that the output of tex, pdftex, latex, pdflatex and so on, depends on the version of that given program. This, of course, makes a lot of sense. Until now, I have not given it a lot ...
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Multiple LaTeX installations [duplicate]

The first time I installed LaTeX was in /usr/share/texmf-texlive (~600MB). Yesterday I installed TeX Live from apt-get, I simply don't know where it has been installed (~1GB). Today I installed Tex ...
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Versions package producing unexpected behavior

I want to create a package for formatting problem sets. Also, I want an easy way to produce versions with the problem statement and the solutions and versions with only the problem statements. I have ...
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Automatic branching for versions and git

I am writing my PhD thesis and as I am not the least chaotic guy I also add notes for future reference. Surely, this means it is not production grade, or how you would like to call it. There is a ...
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How to use an environment defined by the versions-package inside another environment

When I use the versions package to conditionally exclude content like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{color}% just as example \usepackage[tracing]{versions} \excludeversion{vers}% opposite ...
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marking conditional versions with line in margin

I have two versions of a document, which I have implemented using the versions package. So I can use \includeversion/\excludeversion to generate the different versions from the same source. I would ...