[OS X TeX] BibLaTeX and archival (a la jurabib)

G.H. Szylowsky PhD g.h.szylowskyphd at me.com
Wed Dec 17 03:26:18 CET 2008

I admit that this is not the world record (175 pages). I found a  
package on TL with an 850 page guide.

Not having a reasonable intro, is a big problem.


On 16-Dec-08, at 5:23 PM, Juergen Fenn wrote:

> G.H. Szylowsky PhD schrieb:
>> Is there a Short Course?
> Not really. Dominik Waßenhoven has published a two-part introduction  
> to
> biblatex in DANTE's DTK journal. It is shorter than the generic  
> manual,
> but it still takes quite a while to study.
>> We should be able to learn how to format references in an hour!
> Well, a few minutes ago I have pleaded for an equivalent to the Apple
> Human Interface Guidelines for package documentation on a different
> mailing list. But I doubt that an hour would be enough for this
> particular purpose as it is not exactly a trivial job to do.
> Jürgen.
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