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CTAN Up­date: bib2gls

Date: May 10, 2018 7:10:56 PM CEST
Ni­cola Tal­bot sub­mit­ted an up­date to the bib2gls pack­age. Ver­sion: 1.5 2018-05-09 Li­cense: gpl3+ Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: Com­mand line ap­pli­ca­tion to con­vert .bib files to glos­saries-ex­tra.sty re­source files An­nounce­ment text:
* added in­tro­duc­tory guide (bib2gls-be­gin.pdf) * re­ar­ranged some of the re­source op­tion sec­tions in the main user man­ual (bib2gls.pdf) * new .gls­tex helper com­mand: \bibgls­set­last­group­ti­tle * added @in­d­ex­plu­ral and as­so­ci­ated .gls­tex helper com­mand \bibglsnewind­ex­plu­ral * added re­source op­tions: - sort-re­place - dual-sort-re­place - sec­ondary-sort-re­place * save-child-count now also cre­ates the childlist in­ter­nal field. * bug fixes: - cor­rected en­cod­ing set­ting (bib2gls and con­vert­gls2bib) - cor­rected \ (back­slash space) eol caus­ing un­wanted ex­tra eol - cor­rected sort fall­back - la­belify-re­place now recog­nises \$ in the re­place­ment part as a ref­er­ence to a cap­tured group - im­proved er­ror han­dling for in­valid en­try IDs - save-child-count was par­tially switch­ing on flat­ten-lonely - cor­rected name-case-change for @in­dex
The pack­age’s Cat­a­logue en­try can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/bib2gls The pack­age’s files them­selves can be in­spected at http://mir­ror.ctan.org/sup­port/bib2gls/
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Pe­tra Rübe-Pugliese
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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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