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comment bib entry for open source project
@moewe Of course I had tried that, I removed actually tree folders at the same level (T,C and O), Biber only recreates the first 2. By the way, biber -v gives you the version of biber, and I checked and there's no way to run a verbose mode if that's what you wanted. I tried updating my \TeX distribution, but no luck.
Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
I deleted it, but biber creates the folder again and I get the same problem. Still the citation doesn't show up.
Aug
14
comment bib entry for open source project
Exactly. Biber output (with lots of those warnings of uninitialized values):Use of uninitialized value in hash element at /var/folders/82/cmrzmtbn3v5_b4l2980xrhmc0000gn/T/par-61617261676f6e/cache-a3cdad‌​92316c60c9c5179d80d6bb51a7a024393c/inc/lib/Biber/DataModel.pm line 63. INFO - This is Biber 1.9 INFO - Logfile is 'test.blg' INFO - Reading 'test.bcf' INFO - Found 1 citekeys in bib section 0 INFO - Processing section 0 INFO - Looking for bibtex format file 'references.bib' for section 0 INFO - Decoding LaTeX character macros into UTF-8 INFO - Found BibTeX data source 'references.bib'
Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
I didn't notice the answer was yours :P I did run it with pdflatex and biber but i just don't get the reference. I'm using TeXShop so I had to change to biber in the Engine section. But this doesn't work still.
Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
@moewe have you tried the code in that link you pointed out? I get the [se:l3help] printed but no bibliographic entry is output. Do you have an idea where my problem may be?
Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
I will work a bit on that suggestion and I'll post my solution for whoever wants it in the future. Thanks @moewe
Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
The fields would be, for example: Code license, Authors, Program title, Catalogue identifier, Journal reference, Programming language, Computer platforms, Operating systems, RAM, Keywords, URL, Repository.
Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
I do have an idea, as you can see in the image. I don't like it, but it's still an idea. As I put in the original post, it would be nice not to have all the information in a single line, but I have no idea how to accomplish something like that in a bibtex entry. Say you put put in a single line the title of the project, and then in a sort of borderless table, all the info of the project, like version, url, license type, etc.
Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
@JosephWright I have added a picture of what I have so far, but as I said, I don't like it. As you can see, it follows a list of publications, and thus I thought I could use the same bibtex framework to include these projects.
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Aug
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comment bib entry for open source project
I use bibtex, but I added biblatex not to limit the scope to the former.
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comment htlatex does not give good results
@michal.h21 if it will only convert the document structure, and I have to apply CSS to match the style, why would I use this tool in the first place? Am I not better off using CSS from scratch? For the symbols, both the \Letter and \Mundus from the marvosym package do not show up.
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comment hyperref won't work with accented characters
Thanks @Mario S. E.
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