[OS X TeX] Problems with Bibdesk using elsart.cls

Lisa Schweitzer lschwei at vt.edu
Sun Oct 3 15:44:11 CEST 2004


Hi Maarten:

Thanks for your answer. It confirmed something I was beginning to 
suspect. I tried your suggestion this morning, and I can't even get the 
blistering thing to open natbib.bst.

The top-level auxiliary file: template-harv.aux
I couldn't open style file natbib.bst
---line 73 of file template-harv.aux
  : \bibstyle{natbib
  :                 }

I'm wondering if there isn't something wrong between the elsart class 
and the natbib.  Maybe I should haven't tried to fix this before 
coffee.

Lisa



On Oct 3, 2004, at 4:08 AM, Maarten Sneep wrote:

> On 3 okt 2004, at 5:07, Lisa Schweitzer wrote:
>
>> I am getting confused in TexShop about using  Bibdesk with elsart.cls 
>> (this is the house class for Elsevier Science Publishers). I read 
>> through how to do this, and I am wondering if I should be doing 
>> something to my .aux files that I don't normally have to do in 
>> TexShop.  I've never had any problems using Bibdesk before (with this 
>> database file) , but the elsart  template suggests you to do the 
>> following:
>
> Elsevier doesn't want your bibtex database, it wants you to do it by 
> hand (the nutcases). No problem though: just write as you normally do 
> (with possibly some different \cite command, depending on whether you 
> need parentheses at that point), and don't worry about it at this 
> point. Before submission, replace
>
> \bibliographystyle{natbib}
> \bibliography{any_abbreviations_or_nothing,your_bibfile}
>
> with the _contents_ of the .bbl file that is generated in the process. 
> Be careful with the Elsevier supplied bibliography styles: they are 
> very buggy, and do not always conform to the journal's standard. 
> You're probably better off generating your own using the makebst 
> script from the terminal.
>
> Maarten
>
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