I think this question is pretty vague, and I can delete it if needed.
I have a huge report template, which include every chapter. I've done it so I can compile each part in Texmaker via pdflatex > bibtex > pdflatex. It works well but for some files (like my frontpage or my result), I don't need to \cite anything. I also use natbib whith custom
So when I compile these files, I get the error
no citations founds from bibtex, which is understable. My actual solution is to cite a "blank" citation for these parts, but it's not satisfying, as it takes place a the end of my file pdf for nothing.
Is there a way to compile these files with bibtex and without any citation or bibliography? Like changing the behaviour of
\bibliography in these files ?
Yes I'm lazy and don't want to change my texmaker settings when I edit on file with citation or another with no citation. I can add some code if you need it, but with multiple file it's long...