[Mac OS X TeX] Re: Bib Managers under OS X

Jan Erik Moström lists at mostrom.pp.se
Thu Feb 7 11:23:14 CET 2002

At 2002-02-06 18:28, Michael McCracken <michael_mccracken at mac.com> wrote:

>Many more features are planned, such as printing with annotations, etc.
>The sequence that I had in mind (and works *now*) is:
>1 - find a paper on citeseer or researcher's web page
>2 - drag bibtex entry into my application
>3 - add a note
>4 - drag citation into tex paper.
>Let me know if this is what you had in mind.

Please post it, I'm would like to try it but I can't promise that I will use
it in the future (I'm kind of picky when it comes to software). So far I've
been using BibGene and it's very nice in that it allows to you look at the
data in different way. It's for example very easy to look at papers by author
or keywords or ...

I'm tempted to try to write my own bib-program but I've got two other
projects before it's time to try, so ... please upload it somewhere.


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