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Re: citations: org-cite vs org-ref 3.0

From: juh
Subject: Re: citations: org-cite vs org-ref 3.0
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2022 13:59:51 +0100

Am Sun, Mar 20, 2022 at 08:31:29PM -0400 schrieb John Kitchin:
> For those who need high fidelity LaTeX export like I do, I think
> org-ref is still a superior solution. For everyone else, and
> especially if you do not need sophisticated cross-references and don't
> want the dependencies of org-ref, org-cite is likely the better
> solution. 

Thank you very much for the clarification. 

I am new to both and I need something that works together with ConTeXt
export. Currently I am happy with org-cite. I used org-ref before but
never got good results in ConTeXt export. So I think that I will stick
wit org-cite. 

Org-mode is not LaTeX but I wonder if it can be a better replacement for
my Markdown-->Pandoc-->EPUB/ConTeXt single source publication process.
Better as I could make more use of org-roam in my writing process.

Though I am a long time emacs user putting all these blocks together is
a challenge, still.

With your words I now see much much clearer.


Autoren-Homepage: ......... http://literatur.hasecke.com
Satiren & Essays: ......... http://www.sudelbuch.de
Privater Blog: ............ http://www.hasecke.eu
Netzliteratur-Projekt: .... http://www.generationenprojekt.de

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