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I use biblatex-gost package for formatting bibliography.

I use the experimental environment gostbibliography, which provides unnumbered list of references. Is it possible to use the formatting from this environment but still be able to change the bibliography list spacing and numbering with

\defbibenvironment{bibliography}{%
\begin{enumerate}[
  label=\arabic*,%
  leftmargin = 0pt,%
  rightmargin = 0pt,%
  itemindent = \parindent,%
  itemsep = 1em,%
  parsep = \bibparsep]}%
{\end{enumerate}}
{\item}

\printbibliography[env=gostbibliography]

I want use item formatting provided by gostbibliography environment, which removes spacing and numbering of bibliography items, what does not fit me.

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  • Can you not use the numeric style given by the package? \usepackage[style=gost-numeric]{biblatex} with a regular \printbibliography
    – cslstr
    Commented Jun 20, 2014 at 1:38
  • What problems are you experiencing? There shouldn't be any. Commented Jun 20, 2014 at 6:34
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    BTW, the environment is experimental only from the standpoint of complying with the GOST standard (inconsistencies are possible). As for biblatex, it's an ordinary bibenvironment, there is nothing special about it. Commented Jun 22, 2014 at 4:24
  • I don't say that there is something special. Am I asking is it possible to use this environment but save the spacing and numbering of items.
    – Yuki
    Commented Jun 24, 2014 at 15:36

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\defbibenvironment{gostbibliography}{%
\begin{enumerate}[
  label=\arabic*,%
  leftmargin = 0pt,%
  rightmargin = 0pt,%
  itemindent = \parindent,%
  itemsep = 1em,%
  parsep = \bibparsep,%
  before = \toggletrue{bbx:gostbibliography}]}%
{\end{enumerate}}
{\item}

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