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CTAN Up­date: Ref­er­ences v4.3c

Date: Fe­bru­ary 4, 2007 3:04:28 PM CET
On Wed, 31 Jan 2007 at 22:57 +0100, Volker Kiefel sub­mit­ted an up­date to the ref­er­ences pack­age. Lo­ca­tion on CTAN: sup­port/ref­er­ences Li­cens­ing con­di­tions: gpl > Sum­mary: REFERENCES is bib­li­o­graphic soft­ware for > au­thors of sci­en­tific manuscripts and for man­age­ment of > bib­li­o­graphic data of ARTICLES IN JOURNALS, of BOOKS, > of CHAPTERS IN BOOKS and other doc­u­ment types in­clud­ing > notes and elec­tronic doc­u­ments. REFERENCES sup­ports > LaTeX in­clud­ing BibTeX. Bi­b­li­o­graphic records in > MEDLINE for­mat are eas­ily im­ported. Retrieval of > ref­er­ences is pos­si­ble by key­words, au­thors' or > ed­i­tors' names, date of pub­li­ca­tion, ti­tle of ar­ti­cle, > book ti­tle, jour­nal name and other data fields. Lists > of ref­er­ences and for­mat­ted ci­ta­tions in the text can > be com­piled in any bib­li­o­graphic style re­quired by the > pub­lish­ers of sci­en­tific jour­nals. REFERENCES is > pro­vided with a text based con­sole in­ter­face com­piled > for win32-sys­tems and as Linux port. An ex­ter­nal text > ed­i­tor is re­quired for edit­ing data. > > Changes: Begin­ning with v4.3, Ref­er­ences is pro­vided as > Linux and win32 pro­gram. En­cod­ing of the in­ter­nal data > rep­re­sen­ta­tion and of .arr, .fd and text files has been > changed. v4.3b: Linux in­stal­la­tions with both utf-8 > en­cod­ing and with latin-1 or latin-9 en­cod­ing are > sup­ported. v4.3c: `less' can now be used for read­ing > text files. > _______________________________________________ For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

ref­er­ences – Bi­b­li­o­graphic soft­ware sup­port­ing /BibTeX

The pack­age com­prises bib­li­o­graphic soft­ware sup­port­ing prepa­ra­tion of sci­en­tific manuscripts, stor­age of bib­li­o­graphic data of ar­ti­cles in pe­ri­od­i­cals, books and ar­ti­cles in books. The pack­age sup­ports the //BibTeX setup as well as com­mer­cial word pro­ces­sors. Bi­b­li­o­graphic data in the MEDLINE for­mat may be im­ported. Ref­er­ences may be re­trieved by key­words, au­thors’ or ed­i­tors’ names, date of pub­li­ca­tion, strings in the ti­tle of an ar­ti­cle, in a book ti­tle or in jour­nal names. Lists of ref­er­ences may be sup­plied in a (user-de­fined) for­mats.

Pack­ageref­er­ences
Ver­sion4.3d
Copy­right1995–2007 Volker Kiefel
Main­tainerVolker Kiefel

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