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

Jörg Weger joerg73.muc at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 27 18:57:37 CET 2015


Now I got it and I got it working :)

Thanks a lot!

By the way, is there a difference between \cite and \citation?

On 27.01.2015 04:59, Alan BRASLAU wrote:
> On Sun, 25 Jan 2015 20:13:09 +0100
> Jörg Weger <joerg73.muc at googlemail.com> wrote:
>
>> * normal reference in brackets: author <space> year, no comma: e.g.
>> “(Einstein 1904)”
>
> \cite[authoryears][Einstein1904]
>
>> * author is named in the text, only year in brackets: e.g. “As it has
>> been proven by Einstein (1904) …”
>
> \cite[authoryear][Einstein1904]
>
>> * if page numbers are to be given in the citation: colon after year,
>> followed directly (without space) by page number(s)/range: e.g.
>> “(Einstein 1904:351)” or “(Einstein 1904:251 f.)” or “(Einstein
>> 1904:251 ff.)” or “(Einstein 1904:226–231)”.
>
> This feature is currently *broken* (and we need to fix it).
>
> Alan
>


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