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May
27
comment error when using expandafter for databib command in indexing command in foreach loop
What is then the essential difference between \DTLformatauthor and \invertfourargs?
May
27
accepted error when using expandafter for databib command in indexing command in foreach loop
May
27
asked error when using expandafter for databib command in indexing command in foreach loop
May
25
accepted Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
May
25
comment Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
This works well enough for me, but as suggested may not be the most efficient approach. In case someone needs to make this more efficient: for each iteration in the loop, the index DTLbibrow is available, it could perhaps be used with \dtl@gathervalues{data}{DTLbibrow} to more efficiently access the wanted entry (cf. source of \DTLformatthisbibentry).
May
23
accepted pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
May
23
comment pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
Fixed the wrong usage of \providecommand (first sentence of comment). The rest of your comment answers the question.
May
23
revised pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
fix wrong usage of \providecommand
May
23
asked pgffor `foreach` loop over databib macro-generated list
May
23
comment Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
I added a minimal example.
May
23
revised Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
added minimal example
May
23
asked Pre-expansion of moving macro argument
May
6
accepted Using macro with optional argument inside macro with optional argument
May
6
comment Using macro with optional argument inside macro with optional argument
I am working on a fork of a document that should be merged back into the master with minimal change, so adding groupings is not an option. I am really looking for a macro-based-fix and I am unconvinced this is impossible in principle.
May
6
revised Using macro with optional argument inside macro with optional argument
added reference tags
May
6
asked Using macro with optional argument inside macro with optional argument
Apr
22
comment What is the easiest way to generate a compact bibliography?
N.B.: \clearfield{eventdate} does not work in current versions of biblatex (styles building on standard.bbx). It may be necessary to do something like \renewbibmacro*{event+venue+date}{\newunit}.
Apr
12
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Apr
3
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Feb
26
accepted How do I occasionally use standard style citation instead of shorthand