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ID:12 🔗
Status:Closed (Fixed)
Date:2013-01-02 09:41:36
Summary:Bug when glossaries loaded before datatool


glossaries v3.04 datatool v2.11

When glossaries is loaded before datatool, there is an error :

! LaTeX Error: Command \@dtl@mathprocessor already defined.
               Or name \end... illegal, see p.192 of the manual.
l.115 \newcommand*{\@dtl@mathprocessor}{fp}
There is also an error when a package loaded via \usepackage \RequirePackage{glossaries} See the MWE.





%\usepackage{RequireGlossaries} % uncomment and comment \usepackage{glossaries}



glossaries v3.04 added datatool-base as a required package. This is causing the conflict. As a workaround, load datatool before glossaries.

Fixed in v2.13 (2013-01-15).

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