I am on Mac OS X Yosemite, with Texshop (via Mac Live). I am using biblatex with bibtex as backend, and a verbose style (all this I cannot change).
I need to put together several files with their own (sometimes not compatible) bibliographical bib.files. i have written a main file, with the preamble, the bib.files, and \input (or \include)for the varous files. And in each file, I have a refsection environment. The program runs LaTeX, then BibTeX, then asks to repeat Bibtex on each fileblx(.aux).
More precisely, in the console file it is written
Package biblatex Warning: Please (re)run BibTeX on the file(s): (biblatex) Livre200220171-blx.aux (biblatex) Livre200220172-blx.aux (biblatex) Livre20022017.aux (biblatex) and rerun LaTeX afterwards.
How to do this concretely in my case ? If I open the fileblx(.aux), the button I use in TexShop to run Bibtex usually is not operational.
Some people already asked the same kind of question but with different systems and the answers do not seem to apply here (or I am too stupid to understand how). Do I have to write some command (which one ?) somewhere (where ?).
If there is another, simpler, solution for putting together the files and their bibliographies (with biblatex, etc), I am of course also interested.