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The screen output one gets from running Biber is almost always the same; the difference in whether one uses no option, --debug or even --trace is found in the .blg file. For a --tool run on a stand-alone .bib file, you will find the information in <file name>.blg, so biber --tool --debug lorem.bib gives a lorem.bib.blg with all the log output you ...

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There seems to be a problem with \DTLifSubString when used within \DTLforeach. (This includes using \DTLisSubString in the conditional argument.) The use of letter and longtable are obfuscating matters, so here's a trimmed down version: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{datatool} \begin{filecontents*}{xx.csv} 2014.02.26 2014.11.12.tm mm ...

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My solution doesn't need any external package. The \showcat\macro is implemented. After \def\test{ger{\$##m}a~n \relax \foo} \edef\curentry{\string german \relax} \showcat\test \showcat\curentry we get the result: \test -> the letter g (catcode 11) the letter e (catcode 11) the letter r (catcode 11) begin-group character { (catcode 1) ...

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The experimental package l3tl-analysis does what you ask for. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xparse,l3tl-analysis} \ExplSyntaxOn \NewDocumentCommand{\checktokenbytoken}{sm} { \IfBooleanTF{#1} { \tl_show_analysis:n { #2 } } { \tl_show_analysis:N #2 } } \ExplSyntaxOff \edef\xgerman{\string german\relax} ...

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ltxdoc is designed to be used as an extension of doc with source files in doc format written as comments on the source file. If used in that way, doc arranges for \fileversion to be defined based on the \ProvidesPackage argument in the documented sources. In comments it is clear that the intention is to produce translated documentation. For that I think it ...

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A workaround unless \fnwidth is not defined by some extra package not specified here (the specific value of \fnwidth has to be defined at will): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{hyperref} \newlength{\fnwidth} \setlength{\fnwidth}{\dimexpr\textwidth-5ex} \newcommand{\myhref}[2]{{#2}\protect\footnote{\begin{minipage}[t]{\fnwidth} ...

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You may try following commands \pretolerance=9999 \hyphenpenalty=9999 before the \begin{document}. You can adjust the values as per your requirement.

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Your class has too many whitespaces in the redefinition. If you remove them it works as expected: \renewcommand\thetable{\ifnum\c@chapter>\z@\chapfigname.\fi\@arabic\c@table} Even if you typeset it with a protected space, it still inserted a normal space where it could break the line. I have removed all the other whitespaces (personal preference), but ...

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