Dynamic BibTeX bibliography paths with spaces
Although LaTeX is amazing in many aspects, I often encounter relatively small issues that somehow take way too long to fix. Today I encountered a very specific use case that gave me a headache, and I want to write up my solution so I never have to think about it again. The scenario I’m currently working on my bachelor thesis for Artificial Intelligence, which is due in a week, so I have no time to waste.
Writing a letter the cool way... for free
Markdown and Pandoc are the preferred tools around which I design my workflow. For practically all writing I do, they get the job done properly, quickly and for free. For some applications with more delicate layout requirements, such as for example a letter or a resume, writing in Markdown is a bit limited. In those cases, if you subscribe to the philosophy that content and layout should be separated, you end up with writing in LaTeX.
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