|Subject:||Re: [O] org-ref code|
|Date:||Thu, 1 May 2014 13:07:35 -0400|
On Thursday, 1 May 2014 at 08:47, John Kitchin wrote:
thanks for your quick response!
This would be good, with many a way of stating the default one would
> an alternative would be to use a prefix command that gave you an option to
> change the cite format, similar to the minibuffer menu for cite links. I
> have not written much prefix code before, but I will try that out.
like? For instance, for grant proposals, I often use autocite in
biblatex for generating citations as footnotes whereas for research
papers I use cite most often.
My comment was not so much the definitions you used but that you were
> In the end, the link definitions can be as short as this:
> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp :tangle org-ref.el
overwriting those that I had already defined. Your definitions were
arguably better than mine so maybe I was being a bit picky here... :)
Yes, this is true but there is so much that can be customised in org
> I wrote this for my research group to use, and eventually the links have to
> be defined somewhere. I am not sure what the best place would be. It is an
> interesting issue of reproducibility though. Two people with different link
> definitions would get different results.
that you will never have reproducibility at this level (e.g. handling of
latex snippets, code listings, even latex classes). I would leave
something like this to a separate set of code that is not part of
I have only started using biblatex recently, and that was because I
> It should be easy enough to make an addbibresource link that does the same
> thing as the bibliography link. And maybe to modify the find-bibliography
> code to check for that too. I have never used biblatex though, so I dont
> have any experience with it.
wanted to use autocite. The only change I had to make was \bibliography
to \addbibresource. I still use the same bibtex files. Of course,
others may be making more effective use of biblatex...
>>> 4. The customisation interface for org-ref-default-bibliography should be
>>> list aware...
> I think I fixed this.
: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 184.108.40.206, Org release_8.2.6-923-g233c11
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