At Mon, 13 Sep 2021 15:07:34 +0200 Dr Eberhard Lisse <nos...@lisse.NA> wrote:
> I have not encountered that on Linux/Mac (ie more than 25 years) unless there
> was a LaTeX syntax issue.
I only encountered this way back olden days, generally gnormous documents on
machines with "tiny" amounts of memory with LaTeX systems built with small
limits to conserve memory. Or else with documents that had things like
runaway recursion problems, etc. I believe current versions of LaTeX builds
are fairly generous with the various fixed allocated elements. These fixed
allocated elements are controlled in config files and relate to how the format
files were built -- it is possible to custom build the format files with
larger capacity, if you really need to.
> On 13/09/2021 12:31, Phillip Helbig (undress to reply) wrote:
> > How often is this a fatal error, i.e. the document is OK and there
> > really isn't enough capacity, and how often is it the result of an error
> > in the document?
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