[NTG-context] bib: potential range of bibliography styles?

David Wooten dw at trichotomic.net
Thu Mar 24 19:11:01 CET 2005

Hm. A quick question—is there a way to call "all true upper case" 
(instead of {\sc small caps})? I haven't been able to track this down 
in the usual places. For myself the small caps are preferable, but 
they're not "officially sanctioned" :).


On Mar 23, 2005, at 12:43 PM, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

> dw at trichotomic.net wrote:
>> Aside from all the niggling details (which I'm sure could be worked 
>> out), is this kind of layout in general possible—all citations going 
>> by year underneath a single instance of the author? …or am I doomed 
>> to forever make these by hand? ;)
> I'd say it is doable, but not trivial. ;-)
> You need to use \setupbibtex[sort=author], of course.  I you can
> make it come out like below (all that should be doable using just
> the documented features of the bib module), then I will help you
> 'compress' the repeating authors afterwards, ok?
>   PEIRCE, Charles S.
>   1859. "An Essay on the Limits of Religious Thought Written to Prove 
> That We
>   Can Reason Upon the Nature of God", MS 53, in W1:37-40
>   PEIRCE, Charles S.
>   1982. Writings of Charles S. Peirce: a Chronological Edition, ed. 
> Max Fisch,
>   Peirce Edition Project. Five volumes. (Bloomington: Indiana 
> University Press, 1982-98).
> Greetings, Taco

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