The intent is for the BibTeX program to be distributed under the same terms as Knuth's TeX program, and for the BibTeX support files to be distributed under the same terms as Knuth's support files. If questions or problems, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org, the general mailing list for BibTeX (and other TeX/bibliography systems). For archives and subscription information, see http://lists.tug.org/biblio. Files distributed here: bibtex.web the source file for BibTeX btxdoc.tex documentation, and also sample input for BibTeX implementors btxdoc.pdf generated output for browsing btxhak.tex documentation for style designers btxdoc.bib the bibliography database file for btxdoc.tex btxhak.pdf generated output for browsing xampl.bib a database file with an example of every standard entry type btxbst.doc the documentation and template for the four standard bibliography styles: abbrv.bst abbreviated alpha.bst alphabetic plain.bst plain unsrt.bst unsorted The four semi-standard bibliography styles: acm.bst ACM Transactions apalike.bst APA-like ieeetr.bst IEEE Transactions siam.bst SIAM Support files for apalike: apalike.sty LaTeX support for apalike.bst apalike.tex Plain TeX support for apalike.bst (uses btxmac.tex) --Karl Berry and Oren Patashnik (written 2010). (This file is public domain.)
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bibtex – Process bibliographies for LaTeX, etc
BibTeX allows the user to store his citation data in generic form, while printing citations in a document in the form specified by a BibTeX style, to be specified in the document itself (one often needs a LaTeX citation-style package, such as natbib as well).
BibTeX itself is an ASCII-only program; there is, however, a version that copes with 8-bit character sets. However, BibTeX’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 BibLaTeX to typeset its output.
In fact, it is best to avoid BibTeX in favour of biber and BibLaTeX, if at all possible.
|Contained in||TeX Live as bibtex|
|MiKTeX as miktex-bibtex-bin-2.9|