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It's a category code problem, \jobname does not produce normal category codes when expanded. You can get around it by using \scantokens: \documentclass{article} \edef\filename{\scantokens\expandafter{\jobname\noexpand}-funny_name} \expandafter\def\expandafter\processline\filename.asy: #1.#2\relax{\gdef\errorline{#1}} \edef\oneline{errortest-funny_name.asy: ...

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Your question is too vague (or broad) in my opinion, but possibilities coming into my mind are using scope environments using styles, pre- or self-defined For your example instead of writing seven times \node [body,minimum width=1cm] you could have written \begin{tikzpicture} % … \begin{scope}[every node/.style={body,minimum width=1cm}]% scope and ...

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I think the easiest solution would be to couple the compilation of the latex file with an external program. I would do this: separate the file in different files (as many as you want to track separately), join them in the main tex file (the include command is optimal for chapters, while input can be used recursively). use the fancyhdr package to get the ...

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For rendering such a stack, I provide the below solution. But as Jake points out, it does not digest a raw postscript expression. However, see the end of this answer to see how I can digest David's bash output. Here, I use a bunch of nested stacks. The \psdepth (depth of stack tube), \pswidth (width of stack tube), and \psrule (stack rule thickness) may ...

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