[tex-eplain] how to hard code bibliography
wanghz at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 08:52:17 CET 2008
I composed a file with the basename being that of the job (it seems
that \bblfilebasename can be used to refer to different file, but I
haven't tried it yet). And then fill it by a sequence of bibitems,
just like I do in thebibliography environment in LaTeX. After two
rounds of running, the generated pdf file looks very well.
Thank you very much.
On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 7:04 AM, Karl Berry <karl at freefriends.org> wrote:
> eplain as thebibliography environment in latex?
> Eplain reads exactly what BibTeX outputs. If you create the bbl file by
> hand, instead of using BibTeX, Eplain is not going to know the
> I haven't tried it, but I do think you have to put your material in a
> .bbl file and read it that way, rather than just including it in your
> main document .tex file. The code implementing the bbl commands is only
> active in that context. (We wouldn't to define a global \begin and
> \end, for example.)
> Oleg, if I'm correct, something along these lines should probably go
> into the doc in the fullness of time ...
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