[NTG-context] Bibliography APS Style without unpublished

Denis Maier maier.de at gmail.com
Thu May 16 16:57:18 CEST 2019


Well, currently not. But citeproc-rs, a CSL implementation written in Rust
is in the making. I don't know if there will be any progress in the near
future, but it should be possible to use this via lua bindings.

Am Do., 16. Mai 2019 um 16:12 Uhr schrieb nyssus <
rocksolidbrassballs at gmail.com>:

>
> On 16/05/2019 11:48, Denis Maier wrote:
> > This is more tricky. I do very much like what ConTeXt has to offer for
> > typesetting finished works, but I currently would not use it for writing
> a
> > larger work in the Humanities. For smaller pieces I would probably write
> in
> > Markdown, use pandoc to produce a context source file, and pandoc will me
> > automatic citations via pandoc-citeproc (yet with a few glitches). For a
> > longer work I currently don't have an alternative to biblatex. And I
> guess
> > that is the point: Those with rather complex requirements for citations
> > will either do them manually or use biblatex for this so it's not so easy
> > to say if "there is a need". Having said that, I would really like being
> > able to use ConTeXt here as well. So having a author-title style for the
> > footnotes and the bibliographies would be more than welcome.
> >
> Honestly, some way to use CSL files to style bibliography would be ideal
> here, but that doesn't seem to currently exist
>
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