taco at elvenkind.com
Fri May 6 14:57:27 CEST 2022
I had a quick look at this and it seems very extensible if-not-quite ConTeXt-ready right away.
On the input side, it reads a LaTeX .aux file to parse things like options, databases, and requested citations.
For this, it uses a dedicated “citeproc” lua script that should be easy to modify/copy for someone who knows what
is actually in the ConTeXt .tuc file.
On the output side, it uses a lookup table to generate the desired markup (in citeproc-formats.lua). Right now,
there are definitions provided for HTML and LaTeX, but that is very simple to extend.
There is a LaTeX package for the integration (making sure the right commands appear in the aux file,
option processing, et cetera), and that file I do not understand *at all*. It seems to be completely isolated
from the core citeproc processing, though.
Very promising stuff, I think.
But: I personally do not understand how to do the integration with ConTeXt’s new biblio system. I only understand
half of what ConTeXt does these days, and much less of what the LaTeX package is trying to achieve i.r.t. options.
> On 3 May 2022, at 22:00, Denis Maier via ntg-context <ntg-context at ntg.nl> wrote:
> I just came across this: https://github.com/zepinglee/citeproc-lua
> Thats’s an lua implemenation of the CSL language targeting LaTeX.
> I don’t know if the processor itself contains any LaTeX specific code, but it looks like the integration basically happens here :https://github.com/zepinglee/citeproc-lua/blob/main/latex/citation-style-language.sty
> So, at least in theory, shouldn’t it be possible to make this workable also with context?
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