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After checking documentation of gitinfo2 package, I got this file/directory structure: main directory file.tex other.tex gitexinfo.sty (copied from gitinfo2) gitinfo2.sty (copied from gitinfo2) make.bat Then I updated my make.bat file for to get the gitHeadInfo.gin file. With this change I avoid to use git hooks; I had just to reformat it for ...


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Solved it! After a long search I figured out that the problem has been with a secondary language being set for Non-Unicode programs in the computer. To fix this just follow the steps: Control Panel -> Clock, Language & Region -> Region & Language -> Administrative -> Language for non-Unicode programs and set it from your old language to ...


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On the basis of the long string of comments to your question, it seems that the code in your question is still not reflecting what you use on your machine. It's important that you give us all the relevant information (but no more than that; see minimal working example) in one go, instead of doling it out. Otherwise, people who want to help you are just ...


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TikZ is not a "program", but a package for LaTeX (and other versions of TeX). If you just want to create graphics and don't know anything about (La)TeX you should make yourself familiar with that (e.g. by reading the article about LaTeX on wikipedia). If you are using LaTeX, you can use TikZ with \usepackage{tikz} if it is included in your TeX ...


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The problem has been solved by using \usepackage[miktex]{gnuplottex} and by deactivating the Use a "build" subdirectory for output files option by Texmaker


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Surely to have many features to edit tex-files needed to do all the steps that you say, but for the compiler to work from within the editor is not needed so much work. Both step may discourage those (if not known) want to use it. Just go to: Tools -> Build System -> New Build System and in the new tab that opens add: { "cmd": ["pdflatex", "$ ...



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