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Re: org-cite citation commands
Re: org-cite citation commands
Sat, 17 Jul 2021 16:52:33 -0400
I made a video of my current org-cite setup at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ta4J20kpmM
. You can also find a link to the code to run it in the description there.
I don't intend this to be a final video (it is still a little rough!), it is just to help people see what I am thinking about for the future of org-ref, at least as far as the citations go.
Professor John Kitchin (he/him/his)
Doherty Hall A207F
Department of Chemical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
On Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 10:20 AM Vikas Rawal <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Bruce and John. Indeed, I used biblatex with natbib=true
> option, which gives me citet and citep in biblatex. But using
> \autocite and \textcite is perfect.
> I am noticing a few other issues at this stage.
> I have a large biblatex database, and loading it using C-c C-x @ to
> insert citations seems very slow (have not managed to load it thus
> far). Org-ref used to be much faster in this. org-cite works fine with
> a smaller biblatex database. I don't know if others have had the same
Give this a try:
I hope to see similar "insert processors" for ivy-bibtex and helm-bibtex.
Bottomline, it's trivial to replace that "basic" processor with much
See discussion on:
> I understand that oc-biblatex.el loads biblatex in the background,
> produces the citations and the bibliography, and inserts them in the
> exported output. In that case, what are the possibilities of using
> biblatex commands to configure the output?
To be precise, you mean what are the options to configure the
oc-biblatex export processor to use different or additional commands?
ATM, I don't believe there are any, and the alternative is to write
your own export processor, say basing it off the oc-biblatex one.
What, specifically, do you need, that is not currently supported?
The current processors are pretty comprehensive; see the note from Andras.
When designing this sort of thing, you basically have a choice.
You can just have styles that map directly to the output targets.
This has an obvious advantage if you only ever use one target.
But it has a major disadvantage if you want to use others.
So the approach we took here is to design a common set of styles and
substyles, and then map to output formats from there.
The result is the citations are more-or-less export format agnostic.
> I realise that these will
> not work since most of it would be LaTeX specific. Does that mean the
> users will have to work with CSL styles to format the output even if
> they are using oc-biblatex.el? I am still somewhat confused about how
> this is going to work.
CSL styles are analogous to BST files in bibtex; you use those with oc-csl.
When using that, citeproc-el handles the output processing, including for latex.
Basically, if you want consistent output formatting across latex and
other targets like HTML or OpenDocument, you want to use oc-csl.
Give it a try.
Note, though, that citeproc-el does not currently support cite/t or
some others, but that should be coming "soon".
HTH; let me know if anything is unclear.
Re: org-cite citation commands, Bruce D'Arcus, 2021/07/17
Re: org-cite citation commands, András Simonyi, 2021/07/17