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CTAN has a new package: Database Generator

Date: October 9, 2003 1:21:25 PM CEST
A new package has been installed on tug.ctan.org and should make its way to your favorite local mirror in a day or two. Thanks again, Jim Hefferon ====================================================================== The following information was provided by the package's contributor. Name of contribution: BibTeX Database Generator Author's name: Pallav Gupta Location on CTAN: support/bibtex-gen Summary description: A simple interactive script to generate BibTeX Files. License type: pd Announcement text given by the package's contributor: - - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This is just an interactive script that I use in my Latex work to generate Bibtex files. I do not like typing all the unnecessary details nor do I like copying and then modifying entries. So I wrote this small script to help you type only what you need in your (customized) bibliographies and generate a file which contains all the extra info. I just wanted to share it. Who knows, some might find it useful. Note that its not a bibtex file parser! I'll be happy to make improvments if someone (besides me) ever gets around to using it. You're welcome to email me to provide suggestions. - - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- You can have a look at the package at http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/support/bibtex-gen although you may get a better network connection by visiting a mirror of CTAN that is near to you; see http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/README.mirrors

bibtex – Process bibliographies for , etc

allows the user to store his citation data in generic form, while printing citations in a document in the form specified by a style, to be specified in the document itself (one often needs a citation-style package, such as natbib as well).

itself is an ASCII-only program; there is, however, a version that copes with 8-bit character sets. However, ’s facilities rapidly run out as one moves away from simple ASCII (for example, in the various national sorting rules for languages expressed in different parts of ISO-8859 — the “ISO Latin” series). For more flexibility, the user is urged to consider using biber with Bib to typeset its output.

Packagebibtex
Version0.99d
MaintainerOren Patashnik

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