I was just wondering if it is possible to combine citation commands (preferably of
biblatex) with quotation environments.
The reason is this:
In German language papers you often have two choices (besides some formal ones).
- You either use a paraphrase/summary and add the source with the abbreviation "Vgl." (engl. compare).
- Or you use a direct quotation with quotation marks and a source without "Vgl.".
Linking them together would save the author some work because it would avoid the need for manual adjustments.
This is a summary. (Vgl. Bauer 2009)
"This is a quotation" (Bauer 2009)
My question is:
Is it possible to define the
\cite command in a quotation sensitive way that
- automatically generates a Vgl.-less output (for example "
(Bauer 2009)") when used in a quotation environment? And that
- generates a Vgl. output (for example "
(Vgl. Bauer 2009)") when used without quotation mark?