gweltaz at ucsc.edu
Thu Mar 3 18:56:41 CET 2011
* Dominik Wujastyk (wujastyk at gmail.com) wrote:
|> bibliographical information from sites like copac.ac.uk and worldcat.org, into
|> JabRef for use in my documents. What I'm finding, though, is that several of
|> these big online bibliographical databases have their records in un-normalized
|> Unicode. And it doesn't print nicely with XeTeX.
|> What I'd like, ideally, is a little filter to run on my bib files periodically
|> to clean up any char+non-spacing-accent glyphs.
|> throwing up errors along the lines of
|> Checking duplicates, takes some time.
|> Finished processing character data file(s).
|> Line 1: Non-Existing codepoints.
|> Giving up!
|> Has anyone any better suggestions than charlint, or experience getting charlint
No suggestion, but a similar problem using Library of Congress and other databanks > Bibdesk > TextMate completion. I'm also interested in a solution.
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