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I am using Tex Live 2015, and I am trying to produce a glossary using the glossaries package. The style that I am trying to use is alttree. In order to use this you need to define the width of the longest glossary entry, however I have seen that in a recent update a command has been defined to automatically find the widest element: \glsfindwidesttoplevelname. Unfortunately despite having updated all packages in TeX Live, I still obtain the following error:

! Undefined control sequence.
l.339 \glsfindwidesttoplevelname

When looking in the install location of the glossaries style file, it appears that my glossary-tree.sty file was last updated in January this year. How does one update this style file?

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    It's bundled with the glossaries package, so it should automatically update with glossaries. Check the version number in your .log file. (Search for the line that starts Package: glossary-tree) It needs to be at least v4.22 for that command. – Nicola Talbot May 10 '16 at 7:53
  • @NicolaTalbot Thank you for your comment, I am looking at the log file now, and it seems that I only have version 4.21. This is the latest version according to TeX Live Manager! – wilsnunn May 10 '16 at 9:20

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