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PostPosted: Sat Feb 16, 2019 10:36 am    Post subject: LaTeX: using Latin language in document, not in biblatex Reply with quote

This is more a general question: I have a document (using LyX) that has passages of text in Latin. Consequently, I have the following definitions in my preamble:

\setotherlanguage[variant=classic]{latin}
\newfontfamily\latinfont[Ligatures={Historic,Rare,Discretionary,TeX},Contextuals=Swash,Alternate=0,Style=Historic]{Linux Libertine O}

This throws a warning during compilation, because biblatex does not have a built-in latin.lbx file. However, after recently updating to biblatex-3.12, it now throws an error that it cannot find \begin{document}, and doesn't output the pdf.

Is there a way to use Latin text in the main document, without biblatex throwing an error/warning about missing .lbx files?

Thanks for the help,

EE
(PS for what it's worth I'm using biblatex-chicago)
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