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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/footbib

To create the style file footbib.sty, proceed as follows:

1) unpack the archive in a directory
2) in this directory, process the file footbib.ins through the command

       tex footbib.ins

3) copy the file footbib.sty to a place where LaTeX searches for style files

To create the documentation of the package, process the file footbib.dtx through the

	latex footbib.dtx
	pdflatex footbib.dtx


Name Size Date Notes
README 409 2010-02-20 13:28
foot­bib.dtx 90301 2010-02-20 14:55
foot­bib.ins 808 2010-02-20 13:28
foot­bib.pdf 225455 2010-02-20 19:11

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foot­bib – Bi­b­li­o­graphic ref­er­ences as foot­notes

The pack­age makes bib­li­o­graphic ref­er­ences ap­pear as foot­notes. It de­fines a com­mand \footcite which is sim­i­lar to the LaTeX \cite com­mand but the ref­er­ences cited in this way ap­pear at the bot­tom of the pages. This ‘foot bib­li­og­ra­phy’ does not con­flict with the stan­dard one and both may ex­ist si­mul­ta­ne­ously in a doc­u­ment. The com­mand \cite may still be used to pro­duce the stan­dard bib­li­og­ra­phy.

The foot bib­li­og­ra­phy uses its own style and bib­li­o­graphic database which may be spec­i­fied in­de­pen­dently of the stan­dard one. Any stan­dard bib­li­og­ra­phy style may be used.

Pack­age De­tailsfoot­bib
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerEric Domen­joud
Con­tained inTeX Live as foot­bib
MiKTeX as foot­bib
Topics ci­ta­tions in foot­notes
See also jurabib
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