Context: I am writing in cooperation a long document (
book), split into different
TeX inputs, calling different
bibfiles, modified by several users, with potential duplicates. I am trying to homogenize and rename the used bib keys, using some "almost unique" pattern (which I can describe later), removing dups, correcting all the
bib fields, etc. [EDIT] When the used bibkeys are cleaned, I want to gather them in another existing master
bibfile, that serves as a common reference base.
bibfile has about 10.000 references, managed by Jabref. I would like to clean keys and fields from the others before appending them to the master.
As compiling can be long, even in
draft version, I would like to focus on
natbib) occurrences only, and the related warnings and errors, to correct them.
I am looking for tools:
- that provide options to identify the
.bibfile of a given bibkey (for instance, appending the name of the
.bibused after the reference),
- that identify which
.texinput is concerned,
- that shorten the compiling part (e.g. non displaying the text outside citations).
Basically, I would like the output pdf to display, after each reference, where the reference comes from (
.tex input and origin
.bib), so that I can quickly modify the concerned
My environment is
miktex (in Windows).