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I think it's problematic because your already running LaTeX compiler has to call itself again. I've made the experience that if LaTeX compiles two files at the same time it will almost always crash. It just seems not to be designed to allow multiple instances (well, Win with MikTeX at least). I recommend you write your own script which runs CV.tex first and ...

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We can branch a \...cite command by keyword with \ifkeyword \newbibmacro{full:keyw}{% \usedriver {\DeclareNameAlias{sortname}{default}} {\thefield{entrytype}}} \DeclareCiteCommand{\cite} {\usebibmacro{prenote}} {\usebibmacro{citeindex}% \ifkeyword{Quelle} {\usebibmacro{full:keyw}} {\usebibmacro{cite}}} {\multicitedelim} ...

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You can use the package excludeonly to easily set which chapters are not processed (cf. \includeonly for the reverse). Just \include all chapters, the ones listed in \excludeonly will be ignored. MWE: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{excludeonly} \excludeonly{ch2} \begin{document} \include{ch1} \include{ch2} \include{ch3} \end{document} If you like, ...

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One way to do it is to define \curpos inside \rightwrong by \edef. \edef makes sure that all macros are expanded immediately, so the current position is indeed saved. Also, one should add a few \expandafter to make sure that \curpos is expanded when \rightwrong is called. ...

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I would recommend using MySQL, and find a good programmer of Perl on jobs.perl.org or at perlmonks.org (if necessary) to help script the interface to the database for storage and retrieval of your TeX. MySQL has multiple data types which it can store, among them one called Text or BLOB. The BLOB type should be more than ample to store your TeX, ranging from ...

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I would use the \includeonly{} command: \documentclass{article} %include relevant packages \includeonly{% chap1, chap2, %chap3, chap4, chap5% } \begin{document} \include{chap1} \include{chap2} \include{chap3} \include{chap4} \include{chap5} \end{document} This way by commenting/decommenting selectively your files ...

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