Why does [alldates=terse] cause an error with biblatex?

by Paapaa   Last Updated July 11, 2019 17:23 PM

I'm using MacTex 2019 as my LaTeX environment. Everything seems to work properly except this thing. For some reason, the minimal example at the bottom gives the following error:

main.tex:23: Undefined control sequence.
\[email protected]@[email protected] ...}}}}}\endngroup 

The error is gone if I change the option alldates to something else than terse such as long or short.

How could I make the terse option work as that is the format I'd like to use? Am I doing something wrong here?



\usepackage[backend=biber, alldates=terse]{biblatex}



Introduction \cite{foo}.

Tags : biblatex

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