[OS X TeX] Looking for a bibtex style

Alan Litchfield alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Wed Jun 29 04:37:21 CEST 2016

I tried biblatex and there are a large number of changes that I would 
have to make to the existing bib file to get it work, and then I would 
have to go through the same amount of work to get the style how the 
journal wants it. So no, biblatex offers no advantage.

I actually appreciate bibtex, cranky and old it may be, but maybe I am 
too ;)


On 29/06/16 1:25 pm, Martin Wilhelm Leidig wrote:
> Am 2016-06-28 um 23:11 schrieb Alan Litchfield:
>> makebst seems the easiest option. I tried hacking plainnat
> Does it have to be cranky ol’ BibTeX?  Maybe it’d be easier to use BibLaTeX and to copy-and-modify one of its natbib-like styles.
> … mit freundlichem Gruß aus Ladenburg:
> -Moss-

Dr Alan Litchfield
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Auckland, New Zealand 1140

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