I want to switch to
biblatex but despite the rather minimal changes suggested in some answers to switching from
natbib, there's really a lot that seems to need changing. For example, the "In:" needs to go. The order of entries needs to change. The book edition field needs to change as well as move. Basically, there's a lot more to do than suggested in the answers to the first question.
Is there a simple way that I can start with a
biblatex style that behaves exactly like
plainnat (modulo the incompatible changes to the various fields like edition) and then tweak it from there?
It's not worth my time right now (deadlines, you understand) to start from
numeric-comp and then try to figure out what needs to change in order to match
plainnat. This is exacerbated by needing to have two slightly different versions of the
.bib (again, for things like edition) to test for differences.