I made this simple code to try to print a glossary, but it doesn't works. The strange things is that the code is just like the one on the Overleaf website:


\usepackage[acronym, toc]{glossaries}





And this is my glossario.tex file:

    description={Is a mark up language specially suited for scientific documents}

    description={Mathematics is what mathematicians do}

    description={A mathematical expression}

\newacronym{gcd}{GCD}{Greatest Common Divisor}

\newacronym{lcm}{LCM}{Least Common Multiple}
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    Only the items that are used in the document are shown. If you don't use any items then nothing is shown. If you add, for example, \gls{gcd} after \begin{document} it should work. Maybe you need to clear the cache in Overleaf (there should be a button somewhere) to make it work. – Marijn Mar 25 at 18:01
  • The following link describes how to clear the cache on Overleaf: overleaf.com/learn/how-to/Clearing_the_cache – Skillmon Mar 25 at 19:24

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