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CTAN up­date: bibla­tex-oxref

Date: Fe­bru­ary 19, 2019 3:33:35 PM CET
Alex Ball sub­mit­ted an up­date to the bibla­tex-oxref pack­age. Ver­sion num­ber: 1.0 2019-02-15 Li­cense type: lp­pl1.3c Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: BibLaTeX styles in­spired by the Ox­ford Guide to Style An­nounce­ment text:
As the styles are now in use with­out se­ri­ous com­plaint, I am tak­ing them out of beta and declar­ing this ver­sion 1.0. - A new con­ve­nience field, `casenum­ber', has been in­tro­duced to sim­plify use of the `num­ber' and `userb' fields for Euro­pean cases, for those not need­ing os­cola com­pat­i­bil­ity. - In­ter­nally the styles now treat the os­cola fields `par­reporter', `parseries', `par­vol­ume' and `parpages' as fully de­fined fields in their own right, in­stead of as aliases for `userb', `userc', etc. - The rou­tine for com­press­ing years (e.g. 2018-9) has been im­proved. - In­ter­nals have been up­dated for bibla­tex 3.12 (and xparse 2018-04-30). - Fixed an edge case that would trig­ger the print­ing of empty paren­the­ses in re­ports. - Fixed a bug where re­dun­dant dis­am­bigua­tion mark­ers would be printed in ox­alph ref­er­ences if us­ing non-de­fault date merg­ing op­tions. - Fixed small bugs that bibla­tex was work­ing around dy­nam­i­cally.
The pack­age's Cat­a­logue en­try can be viewed at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/bibla­tex-oxref The pack­age's files them­selves can be in­spected at http://mir­ror.ctan.org/macros/la­tex/con­trib/bibla­tex-con­trib/bibla­tex-oxref
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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bibla­tex-oxref – Bib styles in­spired by the Ox­ford Guide to Style

This bun­dle pro­vides four Bib styles that im­ple­ment (many of) the stip­u­la­tions and ex­am­ples pro­vided by the 2014 New Hart’s Rules and the 2002 Ox­ford Guide to Style:

  • ‘oxnotes’ is a style sim­i­lar to the stan­dard ‘ver­bose’, in­tended for use with foot­notes;
  • ‘oxnum’ is a style sim­i­lar to the stan­dard ‘nu­meric’, in­tended for use with nu­meric in-text ci­ta­tions;
  • ‘ox­alph’ is a style sim­i­lar to the stan­dard ‘al­pha­betic’, in­tended for use with al­pha­betic in-text ci­ta­tions;
  • ‘oxyear’ is a style sim­i­lar to the stan­dard ‘au­thor-year’, in­tended for use with par­en­thet­i­cal in-text ci­ta­tions.

The bun­dle pro­vides sup­port for a wide va­ri­ety of con­tent types, in­clud­ing manuscripts, au­dio­vi­sual re­sources, so­cial me­dia and le­gal ref­er­ences.

Th­ese styles should be con­sid­ered ex­per­i­men­tal. In par­tic­u­lar, the ways in which they han­dle cer­tain tricky ref­er­ences are sub­ject to change.

Pack­agebibla­tex-oxref
Ver­sion1.1 2019-02-19
Copy­right2016–2019 Alex Ball
Main­tainerAlex Ball

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