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Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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comment How to annotate PDF files generated by pdflatex?
Sure, but the point of using PDF annotations really is to be able to conveniently exchange them, e.g. send the result to people via email - or email the PDF to a reviewer and get the annotated document back via email. Very convenient - if it works.
Feb
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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
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answered What are the established methods for filing and tracking bugs in packages?
Feb
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comment How to automatically inline \input commands and bibliography?
Good outside-the-box-answer! ATM I find that this is a relatively elegant solution to the problem. I wrote a small shell script to automatically creates these environments for a document - I posted it as another answer.
Feb
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accepted How to automatically inline \input commands and bibliography?
Feb
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answered How to automatically inline \input commands and bibliography?
Feb
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accepted How do I force a column-break in a two-column document?
Feb
10
asked How do I force a column-break in a two-column document?
Feb
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revised How to automatically inline \input commands and bibliography?
grammar
Feb
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comment How to automatically inline \input commands and bibliography?
Yeah, the plan is to call the solution via a Makefile an create the inline version as a new file.
Feb
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comment How to automatically inline \input commands and bibliography?
Ok, this answers the second part. At the end I want to automatically replace the \input commands as well.
Feb
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asked How to automatically inline \input commands and bibliography?
Jan
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comment Package parameters should depend on the build environment
@Heinzi: I don't know how to call external programs from tex code. It seems to be possible because e.g. you can instruct pgfplots to automatically call gnuplot for certain features. If it is convenient is another question.
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment What is the difference between font encoding and input encoding?
@xport: Yes, you should specify both in your document (because you don't know the defaults, don't know how stable/portable the defaults are). The used font package should support the selected encoding. I guess that T1 is a sufficient common one - for non-deprecated font-packages at least.
Dec
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answered Strategy for managing multiple Bibtex files
Dec
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comment How to annotate PDF files generated by pdflatex?
I tried pdfedit yesterday, and indeed, I found it hard to use ;)