bibfile-reformat-pages – Puts .bib file page ranges into uniform format
This is a small gawk script to put all the pages= page ranges in a .bib file into a uniform format, either 1234-1256 or upon request 1234-56; null ranges such as 1234-1234 are always scrunched to just 1234. The script squeezes out spaces around the separator; can make all separators one- or two-hyphens upon request. The script is very conservative: it is probably impossible for it actually to mess up a file.
|License||GNU General Public License|
|Maintainer||Barak A. Pearlmutter|
utility for managing BibTeX files|
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- qbibman: Graphical frontend to BibTool
- bibfind: Prints entries in your bib file that match search string
- bibclean: A BibTeX prettyprinter, verifier, etc
- bib2ml: BibTeX to HTML/SQL/XML translator