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Is there a way to conditionally compile LuaLaTeX?

I want to make a command such that, if that command is called, the compiler is set to LuaTeX, but if it isn't the compiler is PDFTeX. Something like: \newcommand{\mul}[2]{ % If used, set compiler to ...
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How can I figure out which parameters are passed to xelatex by Rstudio?

I'm using Rstudio to create a nice pdf report using sweave and xelatex. I can process the sweave file in Rstudio, but I'm trying to wrap this into a script, so I need to figure out what parameters are ...
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My document won't typeset, i did something wrong [closed]

I accidentally tried to typeset my document by pressing shift+alt+t (mac), and i know it's only supposed to be just cmd+t, but a lot of my other key bindings are done through shift+alt+(something). ...
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How change TeXShop default engine depending on file type

How do I get TeXShop to open with a certain engine already selected when it opens a certain file type? Right now the default engine is always LaTeX, which is fine when I am opening .tex files. However ...
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When and why should I use % !Mode:: “TeX:UTF-8” directive?

I often see the following lines are included at the beginning of the tex files: % !TEX TS-program = xelatex % !TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode % !Mode:: "TeX:UTF-8" Directives started with % !TEX are ...
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Collaborating with biblatex

This answer says that my TeX editor (TeXstudio) is choosing a bibliography tool for me. But it seems that I have to make the biblatex backend match this bibliography tool in source code for my ...
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Is there a list of Texshop escape commands somewhere?

Completely by chance I discovered that Texshop will let you encode the encoding of your source file in a comment, overriding the editor's default input encoding. For example: % !TEX encoding = latin1 ...
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Unrecognized Command in pst-asr? [duplicate]

I'm trying to do autosegmental representation using pst-asr, but I am getting an unrecognized command error on \asr. All I've done is use the sample code from the documentation, but it still won't ...

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