CTAN package update: biblatex 0.2
Date: September 7, 2006 1:33:05 PM CEST
Philipp Lehman writes:
> I've uploaded `biblatex.tar.gz' to the incoming directory of the UK
> node. This is an update for macros/latex/exptl/biblatex. Please
> purge the old files, install the new ones, and announce the upload as
> Thank you very much.
> RELEASE NOTES
> See the file `RELEASE' for release notes.
> Added bibliography categories
> Added \DeclareBibliographyCategory
> Added \addtocategory
> Added "category" and "notcategory" filters
> Added \bibbycategory
> Added usage examples for bibliography categories
> Added documentation of configuration file
> Added documentation of \ExecuteBibliographyOptions
> Added documentation of \AtBeginBibliography
> Added \AtEveryBibitem
> Added \AtEveryCite
> Added \AtEveryCitekey
> Added optional argument to \printtext
> Added \ifpage
> Added \ifpages
> Added field "titleaddon"
> Added field "booktitleaddon"
> Added field "maintitleaddon"
> Added field "library"
> Added field "part"
> Added field "origlocation"
> Added field "origtitle"
> Added field "origyear"
> Added field "origlanguage"
> Modified profile of field "language"
> Extended entry type "book"
> Extended entry type "inbook"
> Extended entry type "collection"
> Extended entry type "incollection"
> Extended entry type "proceedings"
> Extended entry type "inproceedings"
> Added entry type alias "www"
> Added compatibility code for the showkeys package
> Support arbitrary characters in "keyword" and "notkeyword" filters
> Support arbitrary characters in "keywords" field
> Ignore spaces after commas in "keywords" field
> Internal rearrangement of all bibliography styles
> Fixed various bugs
> The biblatex package is a complete reimplementation of the
> bibliographic facilities provided by LaTeX in conjunction with
> BibTeX. It redesigns the way in which LaTeX interacts with BibTeX at
> a fairly fundamental level. With biblatex, BibTeX is only used to
> sort the bibliography and to generate labels. Instead of being
> implemented in BibTeX's style files, the formatting of the
> bibliography is entirely controlled by TeX macros. Good working
> knowledge in LaTeX should be sufficient to design new bibliography
> and citation styles. There is no need to learn BibTeX's postfix
> stack language. Just like the bibliography styles, all citation
> commands may be freely (re)defined.
i have installed the update on CTAN macros/latex/exptl/biblatex
thanks for the upload.
the catalogue isn't much changed since v0.1, but users may
conveniently access the package via the catalogue page
thanks for the upload, philipp -- the more i read about the package,
the more impressed i am.
For the CTAN team
BibLaTeX – Sophisticated Bibliographies in LaTeX
BibLaTeX is a complete reimplementation of the bibliographic
facilities provided by LaTeX.
Formatting of the bibliography is entirely controlled by
LaTeX macros, and a working knowledge of LaTeX should be
sufficient to design new bibliography and citation styles.
BibLaTeX uses its own data backend program called
to read and process the bibliographic data.
BibLaTeX has many features rivalling or surpassing
other bibliography systems. To mention a few:
Full Unicode support
Highly customisable sorting using the
Unicode Collation Algorithm + CLDR tailoring
Highly customisable bibliography labels
Complex macro-based on-the-fly data modification
without changing your data sources
A tool mode for transforming bibliographic data sources
Multiple bibliographies and lists of bibliographic information
in the same document with different sorting
Highly customisable data source inheritance rules
Polyglossia and babel suppport for automatic language
switching for bibliographic entries and citations
Automatic bibliography data recoding
(UTF-8 -> latin1, LaTeX macros -> UTF-8 etc)
Remote data sources
Highly sophisticated automatic name and name list
Highly customisable data model so users can define
their own bibliographic data types
Validation of bibliographic data against a data model
Subdivided and/or filtered bibligraphies,
bibliographies per chapter, section etc.
Apart from the features unique to BibLaTeX,
the package also incorporates core features
of the following packages:
The package strictly requires
csquotes 4.4 or later
are strongly recommended.
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