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I'd like to have different versions of my document. So far I built the document such that I only have to change

\newcommand{\setversion}{0}

to the version number I'd like and the respective document is compiled. However, I'd like that the document is compiled mutliple times automatically and with different \setversion-parameter. Is that possible and how?

I am using pdflatex by the way.


I found out that there are

but I got kind of confuse how to do my simple case.

Solution:

pdflatex '\newcommand{\setversion}{2}\input{yourfile}'

closed as unclear what you're asking by David Carlisle, user13907, Symbol 1, Svend Tveskæg, Werner Jan 18 '16 at 17:34

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    a commandline of pdflatex '\newcommand\setversion}{2}\input{yourfile}' – David Carlisle Jan 12 '16 at 18:12
  • @DavidCarlisle: While compiling my document with kile is no problem, your command has a couple of problems with my tikz-constructions. Not sure why. E.g. Package pgfkeys Error: I do not know the key '/tikz/semi thick' and I am goin g to ignore it. Perhaps you misspelled it. – Make42 Jan 12 '16 at 22:47
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    that is presumably an error in your document when the version is set to 2, impossible to say without an example – David Carlisle Jan 12 '16 at 23:31
  • The key is semithick and not semi thick. No matter how you compile it, the latter will always give that error. – cfr Jan 13 '16 at 0:55
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    @DavidCarlisle: Putting this question on hold is kind of iritating. Your answer pdflatex '\newcommand{\setversion}{2}\input{yourfile}' was perfectly fine - I just wanted to accept it as an answer. – Make42 Jan 21 '16 at 20:17

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