[OS X TeX] jurabib question

Winfried Zettelmeyer Winfried at Zettelmeyer.com
Thu Apr 13 10:53:40 EDT 2006

On 13 Apr 2006, at 13:07, Matthias Damm wrote:
Am 13.04.2006 um 12:40 schrieb Winfried Zettelmeyer:

> my setup (I quote everything which might possibly influence the  
> output in some way):

Please also send a sample .bib file or just the BibTeX entry for  
...You don't use a local jurabib.cfg file, right? If you do, please  
send the jurabib settings you are using as well!

Matthias, thanks. Here is the entry in the .bib file:

	Author = {Lavergne, R{\'e}al},
	Date-Added = {2006-03-14 19:13:20 +0100},
	Date-Modified = {2006-04-02 20:39:34 +0200},
	Local-Url = {file://localhost/Users/winfried/Documents/Bibliography/ 
	Month = {July},
	Organization = {LENPA Forum},
	Title = {Capacity Development Under Program-based Approaches:  
Results from the LENPA Forum of April 2005},
	Url = {http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en- 
	Year = {2005}}

As for the jurabib.cfg file, I only found out where it was when  
trying Martin Costabel's and Gerrit Glabbert's proposals which both  
resulted in this Error Message:

Package jurabib Info: *** Local config file `jurabib.cfg' used ***
! LaTeX Error: Option clash for package jurabib.

Without those proposed statements the programme runs fine, but, of  
course, with the output features I want to change.

So here is the contents of the jurabib.cfg file from usr/local/teTeX/ 

%% This is file `jurabib.cfg',
%% generated with the docstrip utility.
%% The original source files were:
%% jurabib.dtx  (with options: `config')
%% ----------------------------------------
%% Local configuration file for use with the jurabib package
%% (http://www.jurabib.org)
%% Here you can place personal redefinitions
\ProvidesFile{jurabib.cfg}[jurabib local configuration file]
%% End of file `jurabib.cfg'.

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