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I'm trying to compile the Latex template from there. The template use the endnote packages.

When I compile the document I get this error from lualatex:

! LaTeX Error: File `main.ent' not found.

Where "main" is my latex filename. From what I've seen, the .ent file is a file linked to the endnote package, that I have installed.

Any suggestion?

I'm using MiKTeX on Windows 10.

  • I have no problem. – egreg Apr 8 '16 at 19:59
  • At first use. I had no problem. But after I removed Auxiliary files (in TeXworks) after that I always recieve the error. And if I make an empty file with that name. I will not receive the errors, but I will not get my endnotes! – Omid Ghayour Oct 22 '16 at 20:08
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The .ent file seems to be created only if you actually have an endnote (that is, at least one); otherwise you get the error you describe, occurring at the point that the .ent file is to be read in with all the endnotes in it.

Best would be if the package either generated an empty file, when there are no endnotes, or checked for the file before trying to read it.

A workaround is to stick in a dummy "just in case" endnote, thus making sure there's at least one.

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    dummy file is just a pain killer, you will not get the endotes. At least in my case! – Omid Ghayour Oct 22 '16 at 20:10
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Using the \IfFileExists command you could also make the endnotes conditional, e.g.:

\IfFileExists{\jobname.ent}{
   \theendnotes
}{
   %no endnotes
}
  • Welcome to TeX - LaTeX! One could make this slightly more flexible by replacing ./main.ent by \jobname.int, which is the same file as \theendnotes looks for. – Andrew Swann Jan 29 '18 at 11:19

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