I'm not completely new to Latex, but using it again after about 10 years of abstinence. Using TexStudio on a mac and IntelliJ on Ubuntu trying to write my thesis. I'm using a predefined template from the university with some manually installed addons (eg. code syntax highlighter minted). So far I've written about 8 pages.
My problem is, that pdflatex only renders the first six pages. I have separated all the chapters in separate files and when commenting out one or another include, the remaining chapters are rendered with no problems. Until page six... I can see warnings about missing fonts (eg for some bullet point on page 7) and how defaults are substituted, so TexStudio does seem to compile the complete document. I cannot, however find any useful information about what might go wrong. So, I was hoping to find a setting inside TexStudio. Since I get the same result when building directly in a terminal window, there must some other reason.
Only thing is, I don't really know where to start looking. Any ideas?
--> Just found out, that when inserting a '\lispum' anywhere, everything is rendered as expected. *confused*
thank you for the answers so far. I've checked for what you guy suggested:
\includeonly, nor an early
leaflet.clsis not being used
- as mentioned, the log file shows a few warnings, but nothing what would point me into the right direction. There is a an
underfull hboxwarning for a table, though. Problem persists if I comment out said table.
Files can be found on pastebin: