|Subject:||Re: [skribilo-users] bibliography sorting|
|Date:||Fri, 17 Aug 2012 10:29:41 -0230|
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On 08/16/12 10:43, Ludovic Courtès wrote:
Thanks for the help.(use-modules (skribilo biblio))
Regarding the documentation, I suggest that the first line in 6.3.2 be changed from:
The :sort option of the
"The :sort option of the
(use-modules (skribilo biblio))
at the top of the document."
Reading through the bibliography section of the manual I see the need for a complete example to illustrate how the various commands, given as prototypes, are used in practice.
In the scientific publications for which I write, the common manner of citing publications is by author and year. For example: "Mason (1979) demonstrated how silly science can be. This is in complete contrast to earlier authors (Einsten, 1924; Schroedinger, 1930) with their serious approach to their work." The entries are then sorted alphabetically, without an identifier. I guess that in order to have that citation style and reference list I would need to hack something like Ex. 31 and put it in the document?
By the way: what
-- Roger Mason Dept. of Earth Sciences Memorial University of Newfoundland St. John's, NL, Canada A1B 3X5 (709) 864-4385
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