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By accident I found this question and also by accident I found an answer a long time ago: http://uweziegenhagen.de/?tag=autohotkey The guy there, Mr. Ziegenhagen, blogs some useful scripts in order to make the LaTeX life easier. Some examples: !e:: InputBox, UserEnv, Environment, Please enter an environment!, , 240, 120 If ErrorLevel return Else if( ...

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This not quite the answer you are looking for. But since I want to show a sceenshot I (mis)use the answer. In addition the question is pretty old by now. If you want to show the differnces then I would recommend to have a look at the freeware WinMerge. Here's a screenshot taken from here You cae easily show the differences in many ways: What was added ...

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I'm also interested in having something like this, so I've written a short Python script, available from Github here. It's a bit crude, but for sensibly organized macro files (e.g. every \newcommand should appear at the beginning of a line) it seems to achieve what we want. Two notes: My script doesn't actually run TeX to see which macros are used (though ...

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This approach, the index-like one, does not use multiple indexes. Instead, I use ! to assign subentries. At the beginning of the following code, \newkeyword{win13}{13-4}{Winter 2013} declares a key win13 sorted as 13-4 and shown as Winter 2013. While including figures, \questionQuarterTag{win13}{black}{Black} adds under win13 a subentry sorted as black and ...

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The following code is not perfect yet but I think you can make it. I use float package to declare new floating environments. So whenever you say \questionQuarterTag{tpye}{coptain} it typesets a floating environment of type tpye and passes the caption coptain to the corresponding List of XXX. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{float} ...

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This solution is only for Microsoft Windows users. For Linux, MAC, Unix users, you have to adapt the batch-related parts. Sorry for this inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation. This code below was actually also prepared several decades ago here (click). Compile with pdflatex -shell-escape filename. Make sure that the input files to be included ...

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I don't know about a TeX only solution (I could however imagine that lualatex could by handy) but what I usually do is the following: 1) use a command like dir /b *.tex > allFiles.txt? to get a file of all the TeX files. (the /b suppresses everything but the file name) 2) open up Excel, paste the content of allFiles.txt and use string concatenation to ...

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How about a pure TeX solution, rather than using those fancy packages? \let\truelambda\lambda% \def\makelambdabold#1{% \begingroup% \def\lambda{\bm{\truelambda}}% #1% \endgroup% } Edit: And sorry to sound a bit preachy, but let me also indicate the "right" thing to do, if it's not already too late. You should define commands that indicate ...

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