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Sun Oct 4 22:58:40 CEST 2020
John MacFarlane, the developper of Pandoc, has released a new Citeproc
that generates citations and bibliographies using CSL style files (CSL=
citation style language). While it is written in Haskell and while it's
primarily intended for use with Pandoc, it can also be used in other
contexts. Provided with a JSON encoded list of references via stdin, it
can produce formatted output.
I know that ConTeXt has its own infrastructure to format bibliographies
and citations, but, given the enormous amount of available styles in
CSL, I nevertheless think that this could be a worthwile addition. What
would be necessary to make such a toll usable with ConTeXt? How
complicated would that be?
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