olli at sopos.org
Fri Jun 26 13:39:54 CEST 2009
T T <t34www at googlemail.com> writes:
> 2009/6/26 Denis Bitouzé <dbitouze at wanadoo.fr>:
>> will biblatex be included in TL2009 either as "normal" package/class or
>> in an "experimental" branch, in such a way it will be easy to install?
>> Of course, I hope the answer to be "Yes"! ;)
> Unless the author of biblatex changed his mind since last year, the
> answer is "No". He explicitly asked not to include it in TL, see:
Will there be an experimental section in TL2009? If so, and if the
packages in it are not installed by default, one should ask Philipp
Lehmann again. I think he was against the integration in TL2008 because
of the beta status and propable future change in the user interface.
Every user should be aware of this, and so biblatex should not be
installed by default. But Philipp put it on CTAN, so obviously he is
interested in a user base.
Appearantly lots of people are using biblatex already, especially in the
humanities, in spite of its beta status.
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