In relation to the recent \sameword-feature in eledmac, what do I do when samewords are nested like this:

\edtext{in \edtext{\sameword{parte}}{\Bfootnote{partibus \textbf{A}.}} autem 
oculi compatiuntur, et ideo in \sameword{parte} corporis in mulieribus}{\lemma{in
\sameword{parte} -- mulieribus}\Bfootnote{\emph{om.} \textbf{E}.}}, sicut et 
ceterae partes corporis.


I don't know if I should mark one or more of these with [inlemma], but as it is here, it results in the following output in the apparatus.

1 in parte999 – mulieribus ]
  • Indeed you should use [inlemma] as explained in the handbook. However, there is still a bug with \sameword + nested notes. Please open an issue on github.
    – Maïeul
    Apr 30, 2015 at 13:29
  • For future reference, see the Github issue at github.com/maieul/ledmac/issues/292
    – Stenskjaer
    May 1, 2015 at 11:08

1 Answer 1


This problem has been solved with eledmac 1.23.0

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