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CTAN up­date: bib2gls

Date: De­cem­ber 1, 2018 9:42:58 PM CET
Ni­cola Tal­bot sub­mit­ted an up­date to the bib2gls pack­age. Ver­sion num­ber: 1.8 2018-11-30 Li­cense type: gpl3+ Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: Com­mand line ap­pli­ca­tion to con­vert .bib files to glos­saries-ex­tra.sty re­source files An­nounce­ment text:
- new re­source op­tions: --save-pri­mary-lo­ca­tions --pri­mary-lo­ca­tion-for­mats --long-case-change --dual-long-case-change --word-bound­aries --sort-la­bel-list --de­pen­dency-fields - added sup­port for the new glos­saries-ex­tra pack­age op­tion record=nameref (in­tro­duced to glos­saries-ex­tra v1.37). - nor­mal lo­ca­tions are now writ­ten to the lo­ca­tion field as \glsnoidxdis­play­loc{<pre­fix>}{<counter>}{<for­mat>}{<lo­ca­tion>} in­stead of ex­plic­itly us­ing \se­ten­trycounter[<pre­fix>]{<counter>}\<for­mat>{<lo­ca­tion>} This matches the way the record is added to the lo­clist field and makes it eas­ier to ad­just the record for­mat­ting. - bib2gls now al­ways parses the .log file even if the in­ter­preter set­ting is off. (It still needs to know ver­sion de­tails and whether hy­per­links and Uni­code are sup­ported by the doc­u­ment.) - Un­der­scores now al­lowed in bib la­bels. - Hooks added to pick up la­bel pre­fixes if needed: \bibglspri­ma­rypre­fixla­bel \bibgls­d­u­al­pre­fixla­bel \bibglster­tiarypre­fixla­bel \bibgl­sex­ter­nal­pre­fixla­bel - bug fix: cor­rected de­fault sort=doc - bug fix: cor­rected let­ter­num­ber-up­per­lower and let­ter­num­ber-lowerup­per sort meth­ods. - bug fix: cor­rected in­valid date­time pat­tern that threw In­validAr­gu­men­tEx­cep­tion - bug fix: https://github.com/nlct/bib2gls/is­sues/3 Files lo­cated in lo­cal texmf path are not de­ter­mined cor­rectly on Win­dows. (ac­tual bug was in tex­parser­lib.jar rather than bib2gls.jar) - \@glsnavhy­per­tar­get will now fall­back on orig­i­nal def­i­ni­tion (which re­quires an ex­tra LaTeX call) if the type is un­known. - Re­named ex­am­ple file sam­ple-lan­guages.tex to sam­ple-marku­plan­guages.tex
This pack­age is lo­cated at http://mir­ror.ctan.org/sup­port/bib2gls More in­for­ma­tion is at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/bib2gls We are sup­ported by the TeX User Groups. Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/user­groups.html .
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau --

bib2gls – Com­mand line ap­pli­ca­tion to con­vert .bib files to glos­saries-ex­tra.sty re­source files

This Java com­mand line ap­pli­ca­tion may be used to ex­tract glos­sary in­for­ma­tion stored in a .bib file and con­vert it into glos­sary en­try def­i­ni­tion com­mands.

This ap­pli­ca­tion should be used with glos­saries-ex­tra.sty’s ‘record’ pack­age op­tion. It per­forms two func­tions in one:

  • se­lects en­tries ac­cord­ing to records found in the .aux file (sim­i­lar to bib­tex),
  • hi­er­ar­chi­cally sorts en­tries and col­lates lo­ca­tion lists (sim­i­lar to makein­dex or xindy).

The glos­sary en­tries can then be man­aged in a sys­tem such as JabRef, and only the en­tries that are ac­tu­ally re­quired will be de­fined, re­duc­ing the re­sources re­quired by .

The sup­ple­men­tary ap­pli­ca­tion con­vert­gls2bib can be used to con­vert ex­ist­ing .tex files con­tain­ing def­i­ni­tions (\new­glos­saryen­try etc.) to the .bib for­mat re­quired by bib2gls.

Ver­sion1.9 2019-04-09
Copy­right2017–2019 Ni­cola L. C. Tal­bot
Main­tainerNi­cola Tal­bot



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