I am working toward completing my book in xelatex and biber. The book has a master file and various chapters in different files. As I am correcting the final draft and creating the index before the final printing and reading, somewhere I forgot a round bracket after a series of citations, using \cites:
The Biber output (.bbl) complains:
Running `Biber' on `PSAMMETICHUSII' with ``biber PSAMMETICHUSII'' INFO - This is Biber 2.2 INFO - Logfile is 'PSAMMETICHUSII.blg' INFO - Reading 'PSAMMETICHUSII.bcf' INFO - Found 848 citekeys in bib section 0 INFO - Processing section 0 INFO - Looking for bibtex format file 'PsammetichusII_biber.bib' for section 0 INFO - Decoding LaTeX character macros into UTF-8 INFO - Found BibTeX data source 'PsammetichusII_biber.bib' WARN - I didn't find a database entry for '(' (section 0) INFO - Overriding locale 'en-US' defaults 'normalization = NFD' with 'normalization = prenormalized' INFO - Overriding locale 'en-US' defaults 'variable = shifted' with 'variable = non-ignorable' INFO - Sorting list 'shorthand' of type 'list' with scheme 'shorthand' and locale 'en-US' INFO - No sort tailoring available for locale 'en-US' INFO - Overriding locale 'en-US' defaults 'normalization = NFD' with 'normalization = prenormalized' INFO - Overriding locale 'en-US' defaults 'variable = shifted' with 'variable = non-ignorable' INFO - Sorting list 'nty' of type 'entry' with scheme 'nty' and locale 'en-US' INFO - No sort tailoring available for locale 'en-US' INFO - Writing 'PSAMMETICHUSII.bbl' with encoding 'UTF-8' INFO - Output to PSAMMETICHUSII.bbl INFO - WARNINGS: 1
As section 0 simply refers to the Master file, but it does not tell me precisely where the citation is missing, a simple round bracket somewhere. I have even checked the resulting .bcf, but is does not help much either.
I tried to go through the files in order to find out the bracket, surely the result of some corrections, but is there a simple way to find out missing entries in a multifile LaTeX project?
I am using aquamacs and MacTeX 2015 if this might help.