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Coder, algorithm designer, father of two, pizza fanatic, and secret musician.


Dec
4
answered Running BibTex from TextMate
Dec
4
comment Running BibTex from TextMate
That isn't a mistake, actually. I almost never use the same name for my .bib and .tex files. But when you do use different names, you have to put in the command \bibliography{bibname.bib} at the end of your document.
Dec
4
awarded  Commentator
Dec
4
comment Running BibTex from TextMate
What happens if you clean the folder of its aux, bst, etc, run pdflatex and then bibtex (and then pdflatex twice) from the command line?
Dec
3
comment Problem with Table Vertical Alignment
Well, your actual question is: "What did I do wrong?" And the answer seems to be "Nothing. That's the expected behavior." Is that not the answer you're looking for?
Dec
3
comment Line length in fancyvrb
That's true. I've typeset code using pygments in the past, and had great luck with it. In this specific case, I needed line wrap, which is why I asked about line wrap. Listings is working beautifully.
Dec
3
comment Line length in fancyvrb
I could do that. But then I'd have to rewrite all of my code to fit into a specific tech document style. That sounds like a lot more work than just using a different package.
Dec
3
accepted Line length in fancyvrb
Dec
1
revised How can I reference a table/figure/section in another document?
added a suggestion
Dec
1
answered How can I reference a table/figure/section in another document?
Dec
1
comment Problem with Table Vertical Alignment
After doing some experimenting, I found out that the long text seems to dominate. Everything else is getting aligned the way that it's aligned. Maybe you need to try adding in the multirow environment?
Dec
1
comment multiple legends in pgfplot
As opposed to just making the plot big enough to span two columns. IEEEtrans is a two column page.
Dec
1
asked multiple legends in pgfplot
Nov
17
comment pdflatex.exe on both dualcore-cores?
Breaking up my large files into multiple small files is absolutely key to my LaTeX sanity. Generally, I have a seperate folder for figures, equations, proofs, sometimes sections. I don't use the subfile package, I just keep a harness.tex file which shares a preamble with the main file, and \input the file I'm working on. Saves me much time and aggravation, and makes using a VCS much more useful. It's also easier to reuse equations and so forth between documents.
Nov
9
answered Line length in fancyvrb
Nov
9
revised Line length in fancyvrb
deleted 11 characters in body
Nov
9
asked Line length in fancyvrb
Nov
6
revised Number Algorithm floats with dependency (subalgorithms environment)
added 'subalgorithms' to the question name to clarify intent.
Nov
6
accepted Number Algorithm floats with dependency (subalgorithms environment)
Nov
6
comment Number Algorithm floats with dependency (subalgorithms environment)
This works perfectly, with two caveats: as Matthew points out, the \refstecounter{algorithm} line has to be taken out, and the parent algorithm has to be outside the subalgorithms environment. Two simple fixes for an excellent solution!