I want to customize a biblatex style based on authoryear (and thus based on standard as well). So when I read this, does it mean I have to work with the cumulated paste of both .bbx-files or can I start with an empty file with the options listed in the post by lockstep?
Reason: I have been googling and trying stuff out for 5 hours now and I can't even get rid off an indentation after the first line of an bibliography-entry for example. It appears I am not very good with this.
I'm using Tex Live 2012 on Win 7.
EDIT Ok, upon reading your replies I realized I should have posted the following upfront. Here is what I did. First, this is what I have to get, for instance as a book (also "collection") by multiple authors:
Cooper, W. W./ Seiford, L. M./Tone, K. (2007):
Data Envelopment Analysis, 2nd Edn., Springer, Heidelberg.
(or "edn.","Edition","Ed." or "ed."–I think I prefer "Ed.".)
Here is what I managed to get with natbib and some customizations via
latex makebst in the Windows CLI:
Cooper, W. W./ Seiford, L. M. and Tone, K. (2007): Data Envelopment Analysis. Springer, Heidelberg, 2nd edn..
Then I used biblatex with this setup to get this:
Cooper,W.W./L. M. Seiford/K. Tone (2007):
Data Envelopment Analysis.
Another problem: The whole bibliography is indented. Well, at least it looks aligned. :)