I need to convert to bibtex all that a XML citation contains, like it

<reference anchor="RFC1180" target="https://www.rfc-editor.org/info/rfc1180">
<title>TCP/IP tutorial</title>
<author initials="T.J." surname="Socolofsky" fullname="T.J. Socolofsky">
<author initials="C.J." surname="Kale" fullname="C.J. Kale">
<date year="1991" month="January"/>
This RFC is a tutorial on the TCP-IP protocol suite, focusing particularly on the steps in forwarding an IP datagram from source host to destination host through a router. It does not specify an Internet standard.
<seriesInfo name="RFC" value="1180"/>
<seriesInfo name="DOI" value="10.17487/RFC1180"/>

This citation is about a RFC that i should put in a article, centainly this is a example. I have a protocol list that can be hard to do by hand.

It's possible to i convert it this XML citation to Bibtex to accelerate my production and build my citations?

  • Would using the DOI to convert it to a bibtex quotation, using, for example, doi2bib.org, be sufficient for your needs? Or do you need all fields that the XML contains? – LokiRagnarok Sep 6 at 13:29
  • All fields, i will edit it in my question – Arthur Abitante Sep 6 at 16:18
  • Do you only need this one citation? Do it by hand! – DG' Sep 6 at 18:25
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    what XML scheme is this? is it documented somewhere? should bibtex contain the same fields as the XML file, or do you want to use some standard bibtex styles, or biblatex? – michal.h21 Sep 6 at 19:04
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    Here is a direct link to whole thing: tm.uka.de/~bless/rfc.bib – DG' Sep 6 at 19:28

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