[OS X TeX] OT: low-tech bibliographic hyperlinking

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Thu May 3 19:13:35 EDT 2007

Le 3 mai 07 à 23:55, Maarten Sneep a écrit :

> [...]
> Just to give you a headstart:
> Instructions: save files under the indicated names.
> Run pdflatex twice on trial.tex, view result.
> - manual step: create your 'thebibliography' environment as usual,  
> but with the extra parameters for \item[]{} to help natbib.
> - automated step: open the trial.bib file in bibdesk, and be  
> amazed. The hardest bit is putting names in the database to that  
> bibtex can cope with them.
> A normal run would require:
> pdflatex trial.tex
> bibtex trial
> pdflatex trial.tex
> pdflatex trial.tex
> (the first will produce an aux file to be parsed by bibtex, the  
> bibtex run will create the bbl file with the latex code for teh  
> bibliography, the last two runs will include the bibliography in  
> the master document, and resolve all links and references).
> [...]

It does. Many thanks Maarteen (and Roussanka, and Simon) for your  
kindness, time, patience, advice and help. Right now I'm in a work  
crisis which is likely to last until the end of next week (and will  
restart a couple of weeks later until the beginning of July), but as  
soon as things get less hectic I'll give a try to your suggestions.  
Until then I'll be mostly silent, though I'll attempt to have a look  
at all incoming list messages.

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