# [OS X TeX] Bibliography question

Josep M. Font jmfont at inicia.es
Mon May 7 14:01:23 EDT 2007

El 07/05/2007, a las 14:43, Jan Erik Moström escribió:

> I suddenly have to write a short application where I need to list
> papers in the actual application, not as an appendix. Ideally I
> would like to have something like this
>
>         Journal papers
>
>         *   Donald Duck "On ducks nocturnal lifes", Duck Magazine
> 2007,
>             p 190-235
>
>         Conference papers
>
>         *   etc etc
[snip]
> Does anyone know where I can find instructions for doing this?

From a message to this list, 14/11/2003:

> One solution is to use the package "bibentry" written by Patrick
> Daly as part of his "natbib" package <CTAN:  macros/latex/contrib/
> natbib>. It has a command \nobibliography{files} that acts like
> \bibliograhphy{files} but no list of references is produced. Then
> the command \bibentry{key} prints the information for entry with
> label "key" where you put it. Then you can produce an enumerate or
> itemize list and issue a long list of commands "\item\bibentry
> {key}.". Using this you can work dynamically, adding/deleting
> entries, etc. and processing the source with LaTeX+BibTeX as many
> times as you like. Do not forget to issue a \bibliographystyle
> command.

Hope this helps. It works for me.

JMaF