I've been having a random issue recently with
dblfnote, where TeX tells me that it's trying to execute
\@nil, which is undefined.
Now, I did my research and saw from
\@nil is generally used as a delimiter in list macros. That's exactly what
dblfnote uses it for.
Is there any reason that I can't define
\@nil as a totally blank
token? Something like
It's never supposed to be executed, so is there harm in defining it? At least as a temporary fix?