Texlive-full and Pandoc

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I recently installed:

However, I also use pandoc, which has haskell-citeproc as a dependency.texlive-full provides haskell-citeproc, which is why it should be fine running pandoc in an installation with texlive-full, without having to worry about haskell-citeproc; not the case here.

citeproc is used for bibliography, so when I try to run:

pandoc -s abstract.tex --citeproc --bibliography=abstract.bib -o main.docx

I get:

pandoc: error while loading shared libraries: libHSciteproc-0.7-EQGOLZMoJ4pEvFqsVgDGMq-ghc9.0.2.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Which means pandoc cannot find citeproc. As mentioned, I have citeproc (installed as haskell-citeproc):

[🔍] × which citeproc

When I roll back the texlive-full install, the pandoc command runs fine. I have tried to reinstall pandoc after installing texlive-full, didn't help.

Actually, in this case it means it can't find the correct version of the shared library.

Arch repo Haskell packages are compiled with specific dependency versions and so can't be used with other non-repo Haskell libraries.

So, if you want to use pandoc from the repo then you have to use haskell-citeproc from the repo (or, potentially, rebuild texlive-full against the exact same library version as is in the repo).


@caniko texlive-full is available on Chaotic-AUR, you might want to use that version to reduce the load on your machine for updates. I just added pandoc-bin to Chaotic, it will hopefully solve your problem.


Are the minors and patches that different from each other? The pandoc AUR package could be a little less strict, and only specify a major version of citeproc, right?

Thanks! I'll use this for now!

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