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ID:23 🔗
Status:Closed (Implemented)
Date:2014-05-12 00:18:43
Summary:Reducing Compile time


I define a lot of words and abbreviations in a file that import it before “\begin{document}”. But in each document, I don't use all of them. For example I define 1000 words, but in my document I use just 20 words. I use XeLatex to compile my latex file (because I use Xepersian package for Persian typesetting), But It takes a lot of time to compile my latex file. I think that most compile time is spent for checking the words and abbreviations file, is there any way to reducing compile time?


See the glossaries performance page. In general, if you have a large number of entries defined but you are only using a small subset then the most efficient method is to use bib2gls and glossaries-extra. I'm closing this as implemented now that bib2gls is available.

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