notes2bib - Integrating notes into the bibliography =================================================== The `notes2bib` package defines a new type of note, bibnote, which will always be added to the bibliography. The package allows footnotes and endnotes to be moved into the bibliography in the same way. The package can be used with natbib and biblatex as well as plain LaTeX citations. Both sorted and unsorted bibliography styles are supported. Installation ------------ The package is supplied in `.dtx` format and as a pre-extracted `.zip` file, `notes2bib.tds.zip`. The later is most convenient for most users: simply unzip this in your local `texmf` directory. If you want to unpack the `.dtx` yourself, running `tex notes2bib.dtx` will extract the package whereas `latex notes2bib.dtx` will extract it and also typeset the documentation. The package requires LaTeX3 support as provided in the `l3kernel` and `l3packages` bundles. Both of these are available on [CTAN](http://www.ctan.org/) as ready-to-install `.zip` files. Suitable versions are available in MiKTeX 2.9 and TeX Live 2012 (updating the relevant packages online may be necessary). LaTeX3, and so `notes2bib`, requires the e-TeX extensions: these are available on all modern TeX systems. Typesetting the documentation requires a number of packages in addition to those needed to use the package. This is mainly because of the number of demonstration items included in the text. To compile the documentation without error, you will need the packages: - `csquotes` - `helvet` - `mathpazo` - `listings`
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notes2bib – Integrating notes into the bibliography
The package defines a new type of note, bibnote, which will always be added to the bibliography. The package allows footnotes and endnotes to be moved into the bibliography in the same way. The package can be used with natbib and BibLaTeX as well as plain LaTeX citations. Both sorted and unsorted bibliography styles are supported.
The package uses the LaTeX 3 macros and the associated xpackages bundle. It also makes use of the e-TeX extensions (any post-2005 LaTeX distribution will provide these by default, but users of older systems may need to use an elatex command or equivalent).
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2007–2008 Joseph Wright|
|Contained in||TeX Live as notes2bib|
|MiKTeX as notes2bib|
general notes (not including endnotes or footnotes)|
place non-bibliography material in the bibliography
package uses experimental LaTeX 3