Contents -------- opcit.dtx Source file (LaTeX on it produces the full documentation) opcit.ins Installation driver (TeX on it produces the files of the package) opcit.sty Package opcit.bst BibTeX style opcit.pdf Manual (not including code) readme.txt Description ---------- This is a fully reworked and completed release of opcit, the package for footnote-style bibliography. The package keeps track of what works have already been cited, so that a further citation produces "Idem" or "op. cit." (both of which are customizable, both globally and locally). New features include a complete bst file; corrections or improvements suggested by users of the first version; cross references between entries and between footnotes; and more. Installation ---------- The sty file should go in tex\latex\opcit The bst file should go in bibtex\bst\opcit (or any other subdirectory of bst, such as public) Documentation ------------- The user's manual is the pdf file. Running LaTeX on opcit.dtx produces this plus commented code.
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opcit – Footnote-style bibliographical references
This package addresses the problem of expressing citations in a style that is natural for humanities studies, yet does not interfere with the flow of text (as author-year styles do).The package differs from footbib in that it uses real footnotes, potentially in the same series as any of the document’s other footnotes. Opcit also, as its name implies, avoids repetition of full citations, achieving this, to a large extent, automatically.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2002 Federico Garcia|
|Contained in||TeXLive as opcit|
|MiKTeX as opcit|
BibTeX citation support|