compile error without *

Hi all,

First of all thanks a lot for your job.

IMO the (pdf)latex compiling process should not give an error when no item* are marked in a multi[multiple] environment it should just check that the sum of fraction=x with x a positive integer is 100 (exactly like the one in the doc with prime integer which gives an error)

Although if I can compile with pdflatex the sourcefile using command like \R for \mathbb{R} once import in moodle it gives me nothing else than printing '\R' and seems to behave against the documentation, is it normal ?

Laurent Bakri, 2017-04-05 16:37 CEST

compile error without * Laurent Bakri, 2017-04-05 16:37 CEST

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