# [OS X TeX] adding the whole bibliography via BibDesk

konstantinos vasilakos konstantinos.vasilakos at gmail.com
Mon May 21 19:58:33 CEST 2012

Hmm, I am in Lion so sudo is required as far I know, so:
sudo #!/bin/bash
for file in *.aux ; do
bibtex ‘basename \$file .aux‘
done
Last login: Mon May 21 19:51:37 on ttys000

any hint ?
btw the sec.aux is in the directory (as this demands the command).

Best

\K.

On 21 May 2012, at 19:50, David Watson wrote:

>
> On May 21, 2012, at 12:41 PM, konstantinos vasilakos wrote:
>
>> Hi, there is one file called sec.aux in my directory which contains the following:
>> \bibstyle{plain}
>> \bibdata{literature}
>> \citation{*}
>>
>> According to the wrapper you send me it seems that it runs when I double click it, (could you send me the sudo command as it is?) I can afford some terminal  wise work.
>>
>
> You should see a terminal open up, and you should see two bibtex runs (at least).
> If you don't see anything in the terminal, then you need to change permissions to read/write/execute for owner at the least.
>
> If you want to know what's in the .Command file, open it with TextEdit or type "less " in a terminal window and drag the file to the window so that it autocompletes the path.
> If you have previews enabled in the Finder, then you should see the complete text of this small snippet at the very least.
>
>> But in general I see no error but no sec bibliography as well,
>> thanks
>> Best
>> \K.
>>
>>
>> On 21 May 2012, at 17:54, David Watson wrote:
>>
>>> Looking at the documentation, if you call your new bibliography section "sec" (as in the \newcites{sec}{Secondary Literature} example), then you should have a resulting sec.aux file.
>>>
>>> Assuming that you've done everything you said, then you need to make sure that you see a sec.bbl and sec.blg file after you have typeset everything.
>>>
>>> You will either have to use one of Herb's latexmk engines in TeXShop, use the .Command file I sen't you, or open up a terminal and type the bibtex commands yourself in order for these files to exist.
>>>
>>> So - do you see sec.aux, sec.bbl, and sec.blg? If they are present in your project directory, do they contain any information?
>>>
>>> On May 21, 2012, at 9:30 AM, konstantinos vasilakos wrote:
>>>
>>>> Well I am not sure I understand correctly, in my directory I have all the files you mentioned, btw I will try then to make the same .bib file content with another name and load it in the sec \bibliography, do you think this should work?
>>>> Best
>>>> \K.
>>>>
>>>> On 21 May 2012, at 16:14, David Watson wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On May 21, 2012, at 9:01 AM, konstantinos vasilakos wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> But I am running the Bibdesk for this, no ?
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Bibdesk is for managing your .bib file.
>>>>>
>>>>>> The references are appear correctly
>>>>>>
>>>>>> bibliographystyle{plain}
>>>>>> \bibliography{RefHT}
>>>>>>
>>>>>> But not when I want to add an extensive bibliography after references.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> \renewcommand{\refname}{Bibliography}
>>>>>> \bibliographystylesec{plain}
>>>>>> \nocitesec{*}
>>>>>> \bibliographysec{RefHT}
>>>>>
>>>>> I am not exactly sure whether or not you will be able to use the same name for your normal bibliography and your \bibliographysec{} because what should be happening when your typeset your document is that all of the citations are exported to your ".aux" file.
>>>>> BibTeX (not BibDesk) is then used to process the citations in the .aux file, which generates two new files - the ".blg" (log) and the ".bbl" (bibliography) file.
>>>>> During the typesetting process, the \bibliography or \bibliographysec command takes care of looking for the ".bbl" file and includes it in your document.
>>>>>
>>>>> If it happens that you have only one .aux file in your directory, then you will never get the expected behavior.
>>>>> So - do you have only the one .aux file, or are there multiple .aux files in your project directory?
>>>>>
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