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Direc­tory tex-archive/biblio/bibtex/utils/bibview-2.0

            (graphical interface for BibTeX program)
	     by Holger Martin, Peter Urban, Armin Liebl 

What "bibview" is:

    The program "bibview" is a graphical interface for manipulating
    BibTeX databases. It supports the user in making new entries,
    searching for entries and moving entries from one BiB to another.
    It is possible to work with more than one BiB simultaneously. 
    bibview is implemented with Xt and Athena Widgets.
    There are six types of windows in bibview:
    The main window contains menus for customizing bibview and
    for working with BiBs on the file level.
    The bibliography window (one for every open BiB) contains commands
    for manipulating the BiB.
    The list window (at most one for every open BiB) shows a list of
    entries. It displays the fields author, title, type and year.
    The card window (at most one for every entry) helps editing an entry. 
    It contains boxes for each field of the entry (according to the type).
    The fields can be edited by putting the mouse cursor into the field.
    Macros in fields and the symbol for concatenation ('#') are marked
    with a preceding '@'.

Questions, comments, hacked source code: 
Armin Liebl


Name Size Date Notes
README 1391 2008-03-12 12:34
bib­view-2.0.tar.gz 156645 1994-11-22 01:00
bib­view-2.1.tar.gz 161473 1994-11-22 01:00
bib­view-2.2.tar.gz 168776 1996-04-02 02:00
bib­view-patch.gz 30002 1994-11-22 01:00
bib­view.pdf 61422 2008-03-12 12:34

bib­view-x – A vi­sual man­ager for BibTeX files

The pro­gram is a graph­i­cal in­ter­face for ma­nip­u­lat­ing BibTeX databases, on X-win­dows sys­tems. It sup­ports the user in mak­ing new en­tries, search­ing for en­tries and mov­ing en­tries from one database to an­other. It is pos­si­ble to work with more than one database at a time.

Pack­age De­tailsbib­view-x
Li­censeFree li­cense not oth­er­wise listed, or more than one free li­cense ap­plies
Main­tainerHol­ger Martin
Ar­min Liebl
Michael Ur­ban
Topics util­ity for man­ag­ing BibTeX files
See also bibview
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