[OS X TeX] Re: [Bibdesk-users] BibDesk 0.97.5 available
michael_mccracken at mac.com
Wed Jan 12 04:51:19 EST 2005
At least this member of the BibDesk team would like to thank Adam for
all his recent work and for getting the releases out.
You have him to thank (certainly not me!) for actually seeing all these
improvements in a timely fashion.
There are at least two new features that crept into the release build
(my fault) that should be considered experimental.
These are two more choices for the Export submenu - export as MODS XML
and export as Atom (with embedded MODS).
They may be interesting to play with, but are certainly not ready for
The generated MODS file should be valid but not necessarily as
informative as you might like, while the Atom file will not be valid.
Finishing those up is ongoing work.
There are some interesting new features in development, so stay tuned
and thanks for all the helpful reports!
On Jan 11, 2005, at 11:19 PM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
> The BibDesk team is pleased to announce that version 0.97.5 is
> available for download from http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/. There
> are numerous new features in this release, so please be sure to read
> the online help for details. Numerous bugs have been fixed for this
> release, as well, and Jaguar users should be happy to note that
> compatibility with that release of OS X is restored.
> WARNING: If you use the new Unicode-aware parser features, make a
> backup of your .bib file first! This is a very new feature, although
> it seems to work well in our tests. Read the notes in the online help
> before using this feature.
> As always, please file your bug reports at
> http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=61487&atid=497423, with
> detailed steps to reproduce; please note the expected behavior, and
> BibDesk's actual behavior. Many thanks to those of you who filed
> reports that allowed us to immediately track down the problem!
> New Features
> • Added an acronym character specifier for citekey generation
> • More character encodings added for opening files
> • Options to export BibTeX with a variety of character encodings
> • Unicode-aware parser option for reading BibTeX files
> • The encoding a file was saved with is now written out as a comment
> • Crashing bug that occurred when adding an application to the
> autocompletion preferences list
> • Search features work again on Jaguar (bugs #1052226, 1052230,
> • Editing works again on Jaguar (fixes an occasional crasher on
> • No longer give a character conversion warning when two accented
> characters are separated by whitespace (thanks to Musa Furber for
> reproducing this)
> • Fix bug #1091382; BibTeX types are now set on dragging into an
> editor window
> • Fix bug #1091384 by prepending http:// to remote-urls which do
> not have a scheme
> • Fix bugs #1044845, 1098251, disk images mounted if Preview's
> recent items menu had an alias to a file on the image (thanks to Curt
> Clifton for diagnosing this mysterious bug)
> • Fix crashing bug #1097306, crash when closing document window
> when an editor was open (thanks to Themis Matsoukas for detailed crash
> • No longer require Gill Sans font (#1094447)
> • Update document table more frequently when editing an item
> • Fixed some memory leaks
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