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Re: [O] pandoc-style citations

From: John Kitchin
Subject: Re: [O] pandoc-style citations
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2016 15:41:39 -0400
User-agent: mu4e 0.9.16; emacs

you might also checkout helm-bibtex. A recent note indicated "Support
for pre- and postnotes for pandoc-citeproc citations."

I haven't tried it, so I am not sure how it works for org-mode. org-ref
supports [[cite:somekey][pre-text::post-text]] syntax, without folding
the link on itself so you can see it.

I think your example would look like:

blah blah blah [[cite:ref1][::, p.23]], also cite:ref2, for a contrary
view see [[cite:ref3][:: pp148-152]]

this exports out of the org-ref box to:
blah blah blah \cite[][, p.23]{ref1}, also \cite{ref2}, for a contrary
view see \cite[][ pp148-152]{ref3}.

I don't use this style of citations, so I don't know if it is right.

Alex Fenton writes:

> Hello,
> I see that there were several extensive and fruitful discussions on this
> list last year on citation syntax. There seemed to be a reasonable
> degree of consensus that pandoc-style citation syntax was at the least a
> good model.
> I'd like to know if there are any implementations out there of elisp to
> parse pandoc citation syntax and turn it into latex \cites. My question
> is not so much "when/if this will be in org mode" but rather whether
> there's something I can drop in now (likely as a link type).
> I have a lot of longish citations with multiple references each with
> their own pre- and post- ("'blah blah blah @ref1, p.23, also @ref2, for
> a contrary view see @ref3 pp148-152") that end up as \cites. However my
> home-brew link solution, stuffing the multiple pre- and posts- with
> separator into the link description is unwieldy - difficult to write,
> hard to read and easy to get wrong or breaking output.
> thanks
> alex

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