bath-bst: Harvard referencing style as recommended by the University of Bath Library
The files you need are included in the zip archive available from GitHub. If you use the zip archive from CTAN, you will need to run
to generate them. You can use this style simply by copying the
bathx.bst files into your working directory, that is, the directory holding the main
.tex file for your document. If you want the style to be available for all your documents without having to copy it over each time, you can install it using the instructions below.
The latest stable release of bath-bst has been packaged for TeX Live and MiKTeX. If you are running TeX Live and have
tlmgr installed, you can install the package simply by running
tlmgr install bath-bst. If you are running MiKTeX, you can install the package by running
mpm --install=bath-bst. Both
mpm have GUI versions that you might find friendlier.
A makefile is provided which you can use with the Make utility on UNIX-like systems:
make sourcegenerates the derived files
makegenerates the above files and also
bath-bst-v1.pdf. Ensure you have (at least) the luatexja, adobemapping and ipaex packages installed first.
make instinstalls the files in the user's TeX tree. You can undo this with
make installinstalls the files in the local TeX tree. You can undo this with
You do not need to follow the first step if you downloaded the zip archive from GitHub. You do not need to follow the second step if you already have the PDF documentation.
luatex bath-bst.dtxto generate the source files.
bath-bst.dtxwith LuaLaTeX and BibTeX to generate the documentation. You will need, among other things, the luatexja, adobemapping, ipaex and haranoaji packages installed; this is just for the documentation, not for the BibTeX style itself. To generate the version 1 tests and documentation, compile
bath-bst-v1.texwith LuaLaTeX and BibTeX.
- If you are using TeX Live, find your home TeX tree using the following command at the command prompt/terminal:
``` kpsewhich -var-value=TEXMFHOME ```
If you are using MikTeX, consult the MikTeX manual entry for [integrating local additions](http://docs.miktex.org/manual/localadditions.html). You can use one of the roots (TeX trees) already defined – preferably one of the User roots – or set up a new one.
- Move the files to your TeX tree as follows:
- You may then have to update your installation's file name database before TeX and friends can see the files.
Copyright 2016-2021 University of Bath.
This work consists of the documented LaTeX file bath-bst.dtx and a Makefile.
The text files contained in this work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL), either version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any later version.
This work is ‘maintained’ (as per LPPL maintenance status) by Alex Ball.
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bath-bst – Harvard referencing style as recommended by the University of Bath Library
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2018–2021 Alex Ball|
|Contained in||TeX Live as bath-bst|
MiKTeX as bath-bst