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Re: Custom bibliography commands

From: aitor
Subject: Re: Custom bibliography commands
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2022 14:53:08 +0100

Hi Arash!

On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 09:55:55PM +0100, Arash Esbati wrote:
> Hi Aitor,
> writes:
> > Note the use of the custom command "\citelanguageresource" for
> > citations, and "\bibliographystylelanguageresource" and
> > "\bibliographylanguageresource" for the style and bibligraphy entries,
> > respectively. [...]
> >
> > As a bonus, it would be great if I could use reftex commands on the
> > languageresource.bib bibliography file ("reftex-citation",
> > "reftex-view-crossref", etc).
> The macros you described above are defined by the multibib package.
> [...]  Save the attached file in the directory saved in the variable
> `TeX-style-private', make sure you have set `TeX-parse-self' to t in
> your init file, restart Emacs, open your .tex file and hit C-c C-n to
> be sure.  Now try to use `reftex-citation' or `C-c C-m
> citelanguageresource RET'.  Maybe you have to reparse the file with
> RefTeX.  Please feel free to report back how it works.  I will add the
> file to AUCTeX once it works.

unfortunately it doesn't seem to work. This is what I see:

- `reftex-citation` only searches in the standard bib file
  (lrec2022-example.bib), but not in the new file

- When hitting 'C-c C-m' the command \citelanguageresource does indeed
  appear. The command then asks for items by regex matching, but once
  again it only looks into "lrec2022-example.bib".

- When compiling the document (hitting 'C-c C-c' several times), it does
  not run bibtex with the "languageresource.aux" file.


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