[NTG-context] Formatting bibliographic inline references and publications list

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Jan 26 11:56:05 CET 2015

On 1/25/2015 8:10 PM, Jörg Weger wrote:
> Thank You Alan and Hans for your efforts regarding my questions so far.
> After I had played a while with the examples Hans had attached, I have
> had a little success bei renaming copies of
> ~/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/publ-imp-apa.lua and
> ~/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/publ-imp-apa.mkiv to
> publ-imp-daf.lua and publ-imp-daf.mkiv (DaF stands for “Deutsch als
> Fremdsprache” = “German as a foreign language”, my subject of study) and
> putting those renamed copies into the same folder as a test file that
> should contain only in-text references and a publications list.
> I have started to set up a “real world” BibTeXt example from the
> examples in the style sheet we were given by the university. So far I
> have different examples for “book” and “incollection”.
>   Inside the two new configuration files I replaced every occurrence of
> “apa” by “daf”. Then I edited publ-imp-daf.mkiv by trial and error. I
> managed to change punctuation/delimiters in the publications list, but
> did not fully succeed with the in-text reference. I understand now that
> it is not trivial to set up a style as there are many decisions to be
> taken. The problem I have regarding the publications list is that the
> order I need differs in some ways from apa which means I have to split
> some of the macros defined for apa. E.g. for “book” my order is

you can just overload the apa definitions (you can do that in a an 
environment for instance) ... save a bit of time and probably easier to 


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