CTAN Update: biblatex-dw
version 1.5 This version of biblatex-dw was tested with biblatex 1.7. - BUGFIX: The functionality of ibidpage=true was broken. This is now fixed. - BUGFIX: With edbyidem=true (and xref=false), the first citation of an @inbook entry where author and editor are the same, but the bookauthor differs resulted in "ed. by idem", which is wrong. This is now fixed. - BUGFIX: With edbyidem=false, the book author of @inbook entries was not typeset in the appropriate format. This could lead to a wrong output (e.g. "Lastname, Firstname" instead of "Firstname Lastname"). This is now fixed. - BUGFIX: With @inreference entries, the output could be inconsistent with regard to the volume(s). This is now fixed. - BUGFIX: Changes in font size for \annotationfont and \libraryfont led to a wrong baselineskip. This is now fixed. - BUGFIX: There was a small bug in @collection entries concerning the punctuation after the labelname. This should be fixed now. - BUGFIX: With shorthandinbib=true the \labelnamepunct was printed when there was no author or editor present. This lead to superfluous punctuation and is now fixed. - BUGFIX: In some circumstances the final period of the bibliography items (\finentry) was not printed. This is now fixed. - In authortitle-dw, the \textcite command now also considers the value of the firstfull option. That means, if a work is cited for the first time via a \textcite command, the result would be "<Name> (<full citation>)". - New option "citeauthor" which can take the values "namefont", "namefontfoot" and "normalfont". This option controls the name format for the \citeauthor command. With "citeauthor=namefont" the same format as set by the option "namefont" is used. This is the default behaviour. With "citeauthor=normalfont" the normal font is always used for \citeauthor, regardless of the "namefont" option. With "citeauthor=namefontfoot" the "namefont" format is used if the \citeauthor command is inside a footnote, otherwise the normal font is used. - The list of shorthands with option terselos=true is now even more terse: the [main]subtitle and [main]titleaddon fields are now also omitted.
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/biblatex-contrib/biblatex-dw/ . More information is at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/biblatex-dw (if the package is new it may take a day for that information to appear). We are supported by the TeX Users Group http://www.tug.org . Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/usergroups.html .
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf
biblatex-dw – Humanities styles for BibLaTeX
A small collection of styles for the BibLaTeX package. It was designed for citations in the humanities and offers some features that are not provided by the standard BibLaTeX styles. The styles are dependent on BibLaTeX (at least version 0.9b) and cannot be used without it.
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