|Version 17 (modified by 8 years ago) (diff),|
A BibTex Cite Plugin
The aim of this plugin is to provide the ability to cite from common bibtex (*.bib) files.
The plugin can use bibtex files out of a svn repository, a git repository or directly from an Wiki-Attachment.
The command structure is inspired by the reference and bibtex system in latex. This should make it easy to make this plugin compatible with existing trac - latex plugins.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download and Source
bibtexparser which is included in the plugin.
- Wiki pages can be used as bibliograpy. The Entries must be inside a code block.
- The attachments can now be loaded fom any page in the wiki
- A special page "BibTex" will be loaded automatically if this page exists, like in BadContent.
Load Bibtex Entries
The way how to invoke a bibtex file has substantially changed:
[[BibAdd(source:path/to/file[@rev])]] # add a file from source [[BibAdd(attachment:[wikipage/]file)]] # add a file from a wiki attachment [[BibAdd(wiki:page)]] # use a wiki page
[[BibAdd(source:bib.bib@2)]] [[BibAdd(source:trunk/bib.bib@latest)]] [[BibAdd(source:bib.bib)]] [[BibAdd(attachment:fiol.bib)]] [[BibAdd(attachment:test/lala.bib)]]
Cite an article
Add an article without citation
Inserting the bibliography
Currently only UTF8 encoded files are supported due to to lack of my knowledge how to successfully convert in any case to valid strings.
- 12605 by Amfortas on 2013-02-09 23:11:48
changing revision 'latest' to 'None' for trac 0.11
- 12604 by Amfortas on 2013-02-09 22:03:02
support for 'new-style' repository manager
- 12014 by Amfortas on 2012-09-18 10:43:09
Introduced a 'bibtex' section in the config file which can be used to change the heading of the references section, and to autoload more than the wiki:BibTex? entries.