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Re: [O] Latex error "too deeply nested" only for #+INCLUDE statements

From: Sebastien Vauban
Subject: Re: [O] Latex error "too deeply nested" only for #+INCLUDE statements
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 20:20:17 +0200
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Hello Percival,

Percival du Chat Gris wrote:
> I've tried googling, reading faqs and the like, and have come up empty.
> If I have a number of stub files, with the information in them that I want
> to pull into multiple documents, and I #+INCLUDE them in a file, I get the
> latex "too deeply nested" error.  If, however, I simply insert the files
> into the buffer, then they will create the PDF via latex export without a
> problem.  Is there something in the #+INCLUDE code that adds a nested layer
> such that it becomes problematic for PDF production?  If so, is there a
> better route to create PDF files?  I have been using Latex and HTML export
> for a while, so I'm not entirely familiar with any other options that might
> produce PDF files as cleanly.  While I can (and have) written a script to
> pull all the pieces together into one large file, there should be an easier
> way.

It makes me think at lists of levels 5 or more. Are you including your source
files at deep levels?

Best regards,

Sebastien Vauban

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