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

Simon Spiegel simon at simifilm.ch
Wed Dec 17 08:55:07 CET 2008

On 17.12.2008, at 06:36, Adam M. Goldstein wrote:

> On Dec 16, 2008, at 9:26 PM, G.H. Szylowsky PhD wrote:
>> 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.
> Beamer is a good example of lots of documentation, but easy to get  
> into. The tutorial at the start enables one to start making basic  
> presentations almost right away. Also the Gratzer book has a nice  
> chapter on this. But then one can profit from scanning the manual to  
> learn how to do more complex things.

I doubt that anyone who says biblatex has bad documentation ever had a  
proper look at it. Actually, the first paragraph tells the reader  
which sections to look at for a quick start and the package comes with  
more than 30 examples.


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