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comment When defining a new macro inside a new macro (in xparse) how do I make the internal map long?
Your passed argument is a string, not a command name. You need to do \DC{\test}
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answered How to upload LaTeX-generated pdf paper to arXiv without LaTexXsources
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comment How to upload LaTeX-generated pdf paper to arXiv without LaTexXsources
@vonbrand If the source is detected as LaTeX, then the PDF that you download from the arXiv has been automatically generated by them.
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comment How to upload LaTeX-generated pdf paper to arXiv without LaTexXsources
@Alex Some of us think that publishers are as outdated as LaTeX 2.09 ... Seriously, once a publisher agrees to publish my paper then I'll downgrade it (and I have done this: I downgraded one paper from TikZ to xy). Before that, I'm not going to anticipate something that might not happen and so I'll take advantage of the latest features to make my paper as nice to read as possible.
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comment How to upload LaTeX-generated pdf paper to arXiv without LaTexXsources
@Alex The arXiv doesn't always have the most up to date versions of packages, meaning that a document using new features might not compile. So it's not necessarily about not uploading the sources, but ensuring that the arXiv doesn't actually try to compile those sources.
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comment How to upload LaTeX-generated pdf paper to arXiv without LaTexXsources
pdfpages is your friend here. Create a wrapper latex file that includes the other as a series of pdf pages.
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comment Align in nested node
Nesting tikzpictures rarely works well (search on this site). Would a solution that avoided that be acceptable?
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comment Using cabin cooperatively
Since you're using git, this sounds like an ideal use case for something like git submodules (there are alternatives).
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comment ConTeXt with LuaTeX to compile mathml
Wouldn't this be easiest to do afterwards via CSS?