[OS X TeX] Setting project root

Bruno Voisin Bruno.Voisin at hmg.inpg.fr
Wed Jun 19 05:15:06 EDT 2002

Le mercredi 19 juin 2002, à 11:02 , Sam Broderick a écrit :

> I'm starting my PhD Thesis and trying to work out setting up a 
> multi-part
> document. A small test is causing problems:
>     \documentclass[12pt]{report}
>     \begin{document}
>         \include{Chapter1/one.tex}
>         \include{Chapter2/two.tex}
>         \include{Chapter3/three.tex}
>     \end{document}
> with
>     documentclass[12pt]{report}
>     \begin{document}
>         \chapter{Testing 123}
>         Well here's my chapter one!
>     \end{document}
> [...]

I think you should suppress the lines:




in one.tex etc.

These lines can only be used once in a given LaTeX run, and LaTeXing 
your main file (the one with the \include commands) just implies 
verbatim inclusion of all the content of the files called by \include 

Bruno Voisin

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