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How BibTeX reads the aux file

Is it possible to control how BibTeX reads the aux file? As far as I know, BibTeX reads the citation keys used in a document via the \citation commands in the aux file(s). I want BibTeX to extract ...
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Bibtex-like macros organising software

From what I gather (I don't use them, and have never actually managed to get it to work - though this is not my issue), bibtex/biber uses a database of references, alongside an ancillary file created ...
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Revtex generating corrupt .bib file

I am trying to write a report using RevTeX to format my document. Here is a MWE: \documentclass{revtex4-1} \begin{document} Some text \cite{article} \bibliography{bibliography} \end{document} This ...
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Run Bibtex on aux files in subfolders, multiple OS

I have a complete framework for my PhD thesis based on classicthesis/arsclassica. Single chapters are located in Subfolders like this. main.tex Chapters/project1/project1.tex ...
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How can I automatically copy a LyX-generated .aux file to the working directory for cross referencing?

This is a follow up to: Using the xr package in LyX (for cross-referencing an external LyX document) I have two LyX documents, called draft.lyx and supplement.lyx. I need to compile them into ...
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BibTeX can't open file `myfile.bib.aux'

I have created a document called "myfile.tex" with the following code. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} As we can see in \cite{goossens93}... \bibliographystyle{plain} ...
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How to compile LaTeX out-of-source while using bibtex?

I often use the out-of-source compilation on my LaTeX code to separate the generated files from the source files, thus I can conveniently commit my code to the repository. The command is like this: ...
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Not generating the .aux for the bibliography to run

I'm trying to generate my bibliography and, for what I read, I need to run my main.tex, then bib.aux and then, again main.tex twice, right? I have created my .bib file and the name on the ...
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use BIBINPUTS to specify other location for .bib file

I'm trying to run bibtex from a different directory than my .bib file. According to the description in 'man bibtex', I should be able to set the envirorment variable BIBINPUTS to include the location ...
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How can Bibtex find the auxiliary files it needs when these are stored in a subdirectory

In order to make my major folder containing my master .tex file more clean, I have set Texworks to store all auiliary files in a subfolder called auxfiles. This was done by adding the following ...
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Diagram / Infographic of TeX & friends?

So, I recently delved into LaTeX for a project at work. But I’m come from the XML+XSL world, and some of LaTeX’s design is kind of difficult for me to grok. (I’m not interested in debating the ...
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How can I use the Vim LaTeX-Suite multiple compile option with BibTeX and the -aux-directory option?

I have a document composed of several subfiles and so have used the -aux-directory command to put all of the temporary files in a subfolder, 'auxdir', to keep my working folder clear (and me sane). I ...
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How do I run bibtex after using the -output-directory flag with pdflatex, when files are included from subdirectories?

When I have master pdflatex file which includes one or more child documents using something like \include{include/childdoc}, and I call pdflatex on it using pdflatex -output-directory=out parent.tex, ...
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Best script for automatically copying references from a centralised bib file based on aux file

In a previous question I asked about best practices when managing multiple bibtex files. One strategy involves having a single centralised bibtex file. Then, citations in a particular article are ...