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Generating a single TeX file by merging different TeX files [duplicate]

I have a main TeX file which inputs many other TeX files i.e. for example \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \input{input1.tex} \input{input2.tex} \input{input3.tex} \end{document} Let's call ...
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Preprocess LaTeX file, a latex -E equivalent [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Replace \input{fileX} by the content of fileX automatically I'm developping a framework for managing LaTeX project's dependencies but I can't figure out if there is a simple ...
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Creating one .tex file form a structured large document [duplicate]

I just finished my Ph.D thesis using LaTeX and I create it in a structured way with several folders and .tex documents inside. I have a master main.tex file and add the different chapters, sections ...
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Consolidated latex code [duplicate]

My latex document consists of hundreds of TeX files that are loaded by the main file using the \input command. I need to submit the TeX code to the publisher of a scientific journal for publishing. Is ...
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Switching between multiple .tex files and single .tex file [duplicate]

I'm using LaTeX to draft a journal paper and I'm writing with TeXMaker. To make the navigation easier, I broke down the paper into several .tex files. The master .tex file looks like this: \section{...
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Get fully expanded tex file [duplicate]

I'm using TexLive 2016. Is there a way I can get the expanded Latex BEFORE it is converted to PDF? Quick example in case I'm asking the wrong question! i.e. main.tex: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \...
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how to insert the contents of an `\input`ed file into the source? [duplicate]

Is there a utility that will take a LaTeX source file, find all the \input{some_external_file} lines, and insert the contents of those external files into the master document without compiling to PDF? ...
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\input and absolute paths

Sometimes it is convenient to use an absolute path to include a preamble. To do so, I use the following "hack": \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article} \newcommand{\folder}{/path/to/folder} \input{\...
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LaTeX + GIT - mark differences since specific commit

I store LaTeX document in local GIT repository. Once I accomplish appropriate part of document I compile it to PDF and send it to my supervisor who is not familiar with LaTeX nor GIT. However, he ...
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Submitting a journal article as a single tex file

Although many academic journals readily accept submissions in some format of TeX, indeed some enlightened ones insist on it, it is rare that one can simply send exactly the same document that one has ...
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How to interpret message “Invalid UTF-8 stream” when trying to convert a tex-file to a rtf-file using pandoc?

I want to convert a .tex file into something that is possible to open in MS Word (.doc, .docx, .rtf, ...) by means of the pandoc command line software. A minimum .tex file is attached below. I use ...
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How do I combine several tex files into one?

In my paper I have several tex files, mainly produced by some other tools (.bbl by bibtex, .eps_tex by inkscape etc.). I would like to combine them into a single tex file as required by my publisher. ...
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Latexdiff with subfiles

Is there a way to make latexdiff work with the 'subfiles' package ? I use subfiles to include parts of the document from different .tex files. Latexdiff does not seem to mark changes in the subfiles....
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Generate a merged LaTeX file, with \input code in place?

I'm currently working on an experiment that involves re-typesetting a digitized physical book from OCRed images. For various reasons involving the workflow, the resulting project architecture is a "...
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Make a “standalone” version of multiple files: all document in one .tex file

Disclaimer: this question is not related to the standalone package. When writing an article, I split the content between several files, to ease the versionning notably. At the time of writing, most ...

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