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Compile it with `LuaLaTeX`, for details see the `Makefile`.
The main file is `poster.tex`, the custom style is defined in `layout/beamerthemeLasNQposter.sty`
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The main file is `poster.tex`, the custom style is defined in `layout/beamerthemeLasNQposter.sty`
## Make your own
If you want to use one of the templates, the nicest way is to [fork](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/workflow/forking_workflow.html) the project.
This way it is possible to update your customized version with the upstream changes made in the template.
Or if you made changes that are of worth to be submitted in the template you can make a merge request and update the template.
### Merge Changes from the Template
#### Set up Remote
The first time you have to set up your git repository to follow the template:
```bash
git remote add template https://gitlab.aei.uni-hannover.de/las-nq/templates/
```
#### Fetch the Changes
Now you can fetch the changes
```bash
git fetch template
```
checkout the branch you want to merge to
```bash
git checkout master
```
and merge it.
```bash
git merge template/master
```
That's all. Now you've got the updates and all your changes are still the same.
### Merge Request to the Template
If you make changes that should be updated on the template, make a branch for them:
```bash
git checkout -b my-new-branch
```
After making the changes, committing and pushing them to GitLab you can make a merge request as described in the [GitLab Fork docs](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/workflow/forking_workflow.html)
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