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Feb
14
comment Biblatex/biber fails with a strange error about missing recode_data.xml file
I solve this problem in *NIX systems (linux and MacOX) on the command line with rm -Rf "biber --cache" (sorry, I do not know how to markdown backquotes, so I used " insted). Maybe you want to incorporate this into your answer.
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Nov
28
comment tikz nodes for subformulae (nested in nodes)
that makes sense, I apologize for the omission and will do better in the future.
Nov
28
comment tikz nodes for subformulae (nested in nodes)
Excellent, this was exactly what I was looking for. In fact I had been hoping that someone point me to this. It solves my problem completely, and makes me even happier with tikz than I had been before. Thanks a lot. One question though, you only introduced the nodes mb and wb for the bit of space they put around the boxes? Or are they for didactic reasons only. I would have expected to get the "space effect" with a outer sep, but that does not seem to work.
Nov
23
asked tikz nodes for subformulae (nested in nodes)
Oct
9
comment canonicalize file path strings in TeX
you are right, the problem is context-sensitive, since you need to balance pairs of directory names and "go up" statements /... I guess I will need to have some kind of loop that makes replacements until nothing changes any more. I will post the answer when I have one.
Oct
8
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Oct
8
revised canonicalize file path strings in TeX
fixed typo in variable name
Oct
8
comment canonicalize file path strings in TeX
Thanks a lot for the explanation (which I actually was aware of). I had indeed thougth about using (or adapting) the \usepackage code from the LaTeX kernel, but decided that it would not use it for my problem. I should probably have made it more clear that my modules are not LaTeX packages, in particular there can be multiple modules in one file, thus one of the basic assumptions fails. I am pretty sure that I have to remember (and compare) canonicalized files paths. But Bruno's answer helps me with this.
Oct
8
comment canonicalize file path strings in TeX
How wonderful, there is a regexp package in LaTeX, this will help me tremendously. I am sure that I can extend the actual regexp.
Oct
8
suggested suggested edit on canonicalize file path strings in TeX
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Oct
6
answered LaTeXML and pdfpages
Oct
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asked canonicalize file path strings in TeX
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13
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Jun
13
asked Nigrification of references for double-blind refereeing