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Oct
18
answered texdoc finds no results for any package
Oct
17
comment texdoc finds no results for any package
PS. The documentation appears to be installed in /usr/share/doc/.
Oct
17
comment texdoc finds no results for any package
@cfr Nope, it isn't. The documentation isn't there. That directory was created by ESS as far as I can tell. I also ran texdoc as root, that didn't change anything (except the "Permission denied" message went away). Yum did install that package, I can find its content and look inside etc.
Oct
16
asked texdoc finds no results for any package
Sep
28
accepted \pageref out of sync with \label
Sep
26
comment \pageref out of sync with \label
Sorry, took me a while to come back to this. Nope, I didn't try the \phantomsection, but that did help! Didn't know about such thing. Please, @Mico, feel free to post it as an answer.
Sep
25
asked \pageref out of sync with \label
Aug
25
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
Sorry, that was too late yesterday.
Aug
25
accepted Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
Aug
24
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
Oh, with rubber replaced by pdflatex it now produces bibliography. Dear lord, why does it have to be so... alright, I'll shut up :)
Aug
24
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
Nope, same results. The bibliography isn't generated, and the references look like [name] instead of [digit].
Aug
24
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
@UlrikeFischer for some reason they aren't generated any more. All I see "compiling test.tex...", and then it finishes, and the PDF file changes it's creation date (so I believe it is generated anew).
Aug
24
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
I don't know why, but it doesn't work for me :( I'm getting no error messages, but instead of \bibliography there's an empty space, and the references in the document are shown as [Ref], (the first time it succeeded they showed [#], where # was a clickable digit, linked to the reference.
Aug
24
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
@UlrikeFischer thanks. But after generating the bibliography once, it now silently forgets to do it :/ I've no idea why, there's nothing related in the output. I also tried changing the bibtex/biber options, but could see no difference.
Aug
24
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
Thank you for responses, @JosephWright and UlrikeFisher, but it seems like another way of specifying it (maybe a more modern one?) worked for me. Please see my edits (in the end of the page). Is it possible that this is a version issue?
Aug
24
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Aug
24
revised Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
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Aug
24
comment Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
@UlrikeFischer in terms of document layout, which direction is behind: is it before or after the \begin{document}? It doesn't seem to make any difference wherever in the document I put it.
Aug
24
asked Using bibtex from Org mode: .bbl and .aux files are incorrectly generated
Apr
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