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Using BibTeX to make a list of references without having citations in the body of the document?

Is there an easy way, given a bibtex file, to generate a compiled version of the entire bibliography?

I could create a minimal document with a bunch of \nocite{} commands, but that would require me to update it each time I add a reference to the bibliography.

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marked as duplicate by Stefan Kottwitz Sep 6 '11 at 11:50

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Does \nocite{*} solve your problem?

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