[OS X TeX] Sente - New bibliographic app

Mark Smith mark at bbprojects.net
Fri Sep 10 09:56:17 CEST 2004

Denis Chabot wrote:

>> BTW is anyone using Bookends and ReferenceMiner ? If so, any gotchas wrt
>> BibTeX ?

>About 8 months ago I switched from EndNote to Bookends


>But I think the idea is to use Bookends with your LaTeX documents just as
>you would use it (or EndNote) with a Word or rtf document: you use its
>method of inserting citations, and it will produce a copy of your document
>with the inline citations inserted and a bibliography at the end. It can
>also accept TeX style citations (\cite or whatever you decide, but only
>one is possible in a given document) instead of its own, but in the
>present version you would lose the ability to have the citations formatted
>inside or outside parenthesis if you don't stick to its own citation
>mechanism, at the cost of portability. The author is very responsive though


>my understanding is that it will not produce a file containing your
>citations that can be further manipulated with BibTex etc.


thanks Dennis, this was very helpful.

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