COPYING: This software is provided "as is", without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. You are free to use, modify, and redistribute this software as you wish for non-commercial purposes. OVERVIEW: I suggest you first print all man pages (*.) to get an overview of my additions. The main features are: * usage of key words, abstracts and annotations (new %W and %x, %X fields) with full support to print such bibliographies as is or sorted on key words * choice of style when punctuation and quotation marks get together by parametrization of some .ttx files * a converter from tib to bibtex format CONTENTS: tib.5 man page to document the format of tib bibliography (*.ref) files tib.7 man page which documents my additional macro files ttb.c Program to convert tib to bib bibliography format ttb.1 man page texbib.sh shell script to tex an annotated tib bibliography texbib.1 man page texswlist.sh shell script to tex an annotated tib bibliography, sorted on key words texswlist.tib the style used by texswlist texswlist.1 man page swortcp.c utility program used by texswlist tib-2.2-patch do 'patch < tib-2.2-patch' in the tib inputs directory to create/modify the following files: abstract.ttx Macros that print the abstract/annotation and key words of a paper (as given in the %X, %x and %W fields) quote.ttx quoteUSA.ttx When quotation marks and punctuation get together, these two files let one chose between American (``Title,'') and European (``Title'',) style. The following files get modified by the patch to make this work: aps.ttx ieee.ttx std.ttx stdd.ttx stdftl.ttx stdftp.ttx stdd1.ttx copied from stdd.ttx, [\Dstr] generalized to \leftofdate\Dstr\rightofdate terse.ttx redefines \journalarticleformat to ignore %T and %N fields so that you can enter %T fields in your database, but optionally ignore them when printing.