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CTAN submission – jurabib package v0.51n

Date: January 2, 2002 9:10:52 AM CET
----- Forwarded message from Jens Berger ----- I've just uploaded the file jurabib-051n.zip to ftp://ftp.dante.de/incoming. This archive contains an updated version (0.51n) of the jurabib package. It is distributed under the GNU General Public License. The following files are included: jurabib.ins jurabib.dtx jbgerdoc.tex (German documentation) jbendoc.tex (English documentation) changes.txt Changes since 0.5e: Bugfix regarding `bibformat=ibidemalt' and usage of \typearea from the KOMA-bundle after loading jurabib.sty, contributed by Tilman Finke. more spaces added for better line breaking, regarding the well known BibTeX bug. First trial for spanish support. Special thanks to Pablo Rodriguez for first translation. Bug reports welcome. new option `superscriptedition=year' places the superscripted edition number before the year. `superscriptedition=bib' is also available with `superscriptedition=address'. These options are working only for jurabib.bst and jureco.bst! There are no plans to implement them for jox.bst or jchic.bst. juratitle field in jurabib.bst was missing, reintroduced; new options `superscriptedition=multiple' (superscripted edition number instead of title for same work with different edition numbers) and `superscriptedition=kerning' (replaces \jbsseditionkerned) introduced. \bibpagename and \bibpagesname introduced for separate formatting of pages in the bibliography. year after label (`}% <year>') removed in jurabib.bst. new field `updated' for @commented introduced, `suggested' by Holger Pollmann in dctt. @phdthesis function rewritten. `format.mthesis' and `format.juradiss.thesis' removed. Now only one generic function `format.thesis'. Bug reported by Marco Kuhlmann. German documentation extracted to jbgerdoc.tex. `latex jurabib.dtx' will no longer produce any documentation. TEXTEDITION FIELD REMOVED, same behavior is available by enclosing the edition in braces. new option `hypercite=false' for disabling automated hyperlinks when using hyperref package, suggested by Tilman Finke. mixed series and title in FUNCTION {format.btitle.vol} in jurabib.bst and jureco.bst corrected. \nopage and \pageadd can be used in pages field, Bug reported by Sönke Schaal (<s.schaal at freenet.de>), solution suggested by Stefan Ulrich. changed version numbering. Ibidem/Idem-bugfix. Bug reported by Sönke Schaal (<s.schaal at freenet.de>) If German, `ibidem' and `idem' are used together, it appears `A.a.O.Ders.' because of ``hardcoded'' gender macros for German in dejbbib.ldf. bugfix regarding `superscriptedition=bib', the normal edition number was not suppressed for the first entry in the bibliography, bug reported by Andrea Heilmann (<andrea.heilmann at t-online.de>). jurabib.sty now removes `%' at the line end similar to hyperref.sty, (special thanks to Stefan Ulrich!). new option `citetoend' introduced, converts \cite's (= non-footcite's) into endnotes (endnotes.sty has to be loaded). check for chapter numbers > 1 removed (options `citefull=chapter' and `opcit=chapter'). wrong warnings about ambiguous citations while using `authorformat=year' removed (bug reported by Anneke Emse). french and dutch translations for translator stuff inserted, contributed by Hélène Fernandez (french) and Maarten Wisse (dutch). once again \biburlfont command rewritten, hyperlinks were missing. new url-interface, contributed by Stefan Ulrich, solves problems with url.sty and hyperref.sty. `authorformat=indexed' is working for \nobibliography now (suggested by Thomas Rahlf). Thanks to Stefan Ulrich. ibidem options are able to make a difference between same/different pages for subsequent citations by \samepageibidemname or \samepageibidemmidname and \diffpageibidemname or \diffpageibidemmidname. endnotes-support: non-\footcite-commands are no longer automatically converted into endnotes. \formatarticlepages[<separator>]{<page left delim>}{<page right delim>} changed to \formatpages[<separator>]{<typelist>}{<page left delim>}{<page right delim>} The <typelist> allows you to specify any publication type for which you want to print out a starting page. new command \jbdotafterendnote places dot after endnote, analogous \jbdotafterbibentry. improved endotes.sty support -- emulated natbib cite commands are translated into endnotes too. new option `ibidem=name&title&auto' (suggested by Wolfgang Lange <wfl at ipg.mpg.de>). built-in footmisc's `multiple'-option (comma between subsequent \footnotes) (suggested by Wolfgang Lange <wfl at ipg.mpg.de>). `format.title' replaced by `format.artperiodincoll.title' for @inproceedings (suggested by Olaf Meltzer). special macros for gender-dependent i(bi)dem introduced -- separately for bibliography (long) and citations (shorter). some internal corrections and bug fixes. (regarding the footnote period problem). a set of natbib emulating citation commands (without starred variants and not so nifty) introduced. \par's are possible inside the annote field. `opcit' no longer switches `authorformat=year' automatically, the shorttitle will be used now to avoid ambiguous citations. `gender'-field for German users of the `idem' option added. This field can be used with six possible values:`sf'= singular female, `pf'= plural male, `sm'=singular male,`pf'=plural male, `sn'= singular neutrum and `pn'=plural neutrum. new command \citetitleonly{<key>} added, this command doesn't print the author. undocumented option `footnotes=marginal' is working now also when using endnotes.sty. `idem' is working properly for multiple keys (e.g. \footcite{<key1>,>key2>} will produce `Author, title; idem, other title'). `annote' option added. Enables output of the annote field, For commented bibliographies. `et al.'-generating mechanism for full names (non-labels) in jurabib.bst and jureco.bst is now the same as for the label (more than three authors/editors ==> et al.) jurabib should work well now with endnotes.sty. You can use all cite commands like before, the simple loading of endnotes.sty will print all your citations as endnotes (well, you have to place \theendnotes appropriate yourself). Any `howcited'-option can be used with any other (except of `howcited=all'). `howcited=compare' places the remark only, if the shorttitle was used at least one time. Missing documentation of some v0.5e features (new entry fields) added. no longer LaTeX error message, if `authorformat=indexed' is used without using makeidx.sty. You will get a warning from jurabib instead. babel option `ngerman' is handled correct now (Thanks to Robert Schlicht). `idem' is working now inside a bibliographic entry (i. e. if the editor `edited a collection of articles and he himself wrote an article in it'). small bug in definition of \bibimfont and \edfont removed. New BibTeX-style for the humanities: jox.bst (beta stage) This style replaces jhuman.bst and does oxford like formatting. It is available only (as long as it is in beta stage) at http://www.jurabib.org Please replace the current files in the directory CTAN:/macros/latex/contrib/supported/jurabib/ And please send an announcement to ctt. Thanks Jens Berger ----- End forwarded message ----- Thanks for the upload. I installed it as suggested in CTAN:/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/supported/jurabib replacing the old version. Reinhard Zierke for the CTAN team

jurabib – Extended citation support for the humanities and legal texts

This package enables automated citation with for legal studies and the humanities. In addition, the package provides commands for specifying editors in a commentary in a convenient way. Simplified formatting of the citation as well as the bibliography entry is also provided. It is possible to display the (short) title of a work only if an authors is cited with multiple works. Giving a full citation in the text, conforming to the bibliography entry, is supported. Several options are provided which might be of special interest for those outside legal studies—for instance, displaying multiple full citations. In addition, the format of last names and first names of authors may be changed easily. Cross references to other footnotes are possible. Language dependent handling of bibliography entries is possible by the special language field.

MaintainerJens Berger



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