Suppose that I moved from BibTeX to
biblatex. With BibTeX I just copied the content of
.bbl file into final version of my paper before submitting it to a journal. What should I do at same stage having
.bbl file produced by
biblatex? It is of quite different format.
For journal submission, I'm afraid my answer would be 'do not use
One point to note in particular is that you cannot be sure of the package or engine availability on journal systems. For example, the American Chemical Society do not have the e-TeX extensions available on their servers (at the time of writing). These were finalised in 1999, so the time lag is significant.
A second area to bear in mind is journal work flows. Depending on the journal, your LaTeX source may be converted into some other format for publishing. To do that, the publisher may use additional data written to the
it is also possible, but not so easy as with
the only difference is that
If you run
Pay attention that you do not insert the last line of the
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