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Welcome to TeX SE! The key issue is that ebgaramond-maths issues the following \DeclareSymbolFont{letters} {OML} {EBGaramond-Maths} {m} {it} This overwrites the existing letters font. This enables all of the characters which the font does provide and which are used in the OML encoding. However, it does this by telling LaTeX that whenever a maths ...


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Your .log file shows, that package filecontents is not loaded at all. LaTeX's version is more defensive, from your .log file: LaTeX Warning: File `filecontents_test.bib' already exists on the system. Not generating it from this source. If package filecontents is loaded before, then you would have seen: Loading of the package, console: ...


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Option allcolors was added to hyperref in version 2011-02-05 v6.82a. Therefore you need to update hyperref. TeX distributions from Linux distributions are often very old and programs like tlmgr are disabled to avoid interference with the Linux packaging system. But a recent TeXLive can be installed in parallel, e.g. see How to install “vanilla” TeXLive on ...


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You need to create the directory TEXMFHOME. That is, in your case, you need to create ~/Library/texmf and any subdirectories which you need below it. For example, if you wanted to install greatpackage.sty, you would create a directory ~/Library/texmf/tex/latex/greatpackage to contain it. ~/Library/texlive/2014/texmf-var is for auto-generated files. You can ...


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.ins and .dtx are source files, they are usually sorted into the source subtree of a TDS tree (texmf/source/latex/babel/babel.ins). The files in a TDS tree are organized in such a way, that source, documentation files are not searched, when TeX looks for its input/package/class files. This reduces the search space and makes file look-up faster. But on the ...


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I agree with @hraish-kumar's suggestion to embed comments in the code. But if you want to compare branches or commits in a git repository, you might want to check this answer to how to use latexdiff with git.


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I have a directory, ~/TeX, where I put any personal style files that I use in many places. This directory is in its' own git repository and I have the environment variable TEXINPUTS set to .:~/TeX//: so that it is automatically searched by latex and friends. As the OP says in the comments, there is an issue in that repositories for the tex files and for the ...


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One solution is to use XeTeX (or similar), which allows direct use of unicode and system fonts. The example below uses Times New Roman for the main font, and specifies two others for the Chinese and Hebrew (WenQuanYi Micro Hei and Cardo, respectively). You can change the fonts to the appropriate type faces on your system. Unfortunately, I have stopped using ...



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