[OS X TeX] Memoir class and references

Damon Muller MacOSXTeX at damonam.ml1.net
Wed May 18 08:30:44 CEST 2005

Thanks to all who responded. I think I have it sorted out now. It  
seems that I didn't actually need the 'thebibliography' environment,  
as I was using BibTeX. This isn't clear in the Memoir documentation  
(and I'm not so familiar with LaTeX that I intuitively knew it).

For the purposes of the list archive, the way I finally got apacite  
and Memoir to co-exist and give me a new chapter for my reference  
list was to use the command:


I'm not sure if it's _all_ necessary, but that works. This is quite a  
bit more than I had to do to get it running under the standard LaTeX  

> Just use BibTeX, and all will be provided. That is a description,  
> as far as I can see, of the standard bibliography environment -  
> typically generated with BibTeX. May I suggest you investigate the  
> use of BibDesk to manage your databases?

Yes, I've been using BibDesk for a couple of years now, and it's  
certainly progressing nicely. I'd be lost without it.

It so happens that I have mail-order degrees in muderology and  
   -- Dr. Zoidberg

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