[OS X TeX] Problem with TeXShop macro: "Insert reference"

Daniel Becker dtbecker at web.de
Sun Aug 29 05:23:18 EDT 2004

Hallo Thomas Schröder and others,

I tried to use the new applescript for inserting \cite-commands in my 
.tex Document.
It only works if I manually delete the files citekeys and citekeys.bst 
in festplatte:private:temp
If I then run your script again, the error message tells me something 
about duplicate files.
Should the script contain some lines that delete previously produced 
files in /temp ?

Thanks for your effort and for any help. I see this script as a major 
step forward, comparable to the pdfsync package.


Am Montag, 23.08.04 um 22:42 Uhr schrieb Thomas Schröder:
> Still, I guess this could be done in a better way, most probably with 
> some sophisticated calls to awk and/or sed to extract the cite keys 
> from *.bib files, but I that's beyond what I could do. But my hack 
> works and that's the point, eh?
>> I think it would be acceptable to make people install bibtools if 
>> they want to run the script.
> It certainly would have been, had I been able to use it for this.
> Anyway, here's the script:
> ---------------
> --Applescript
> -- This Applescript will scan all *.bib files in the directory where 
> the current *.tex file is residing
> -- and present the user with a list of all the cite keys it finds.

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