[OS X TeX] TeXShop and Bibunits engine

Joshua Smith joshua.smith at ucsf.edu
Mon May 14 19:51:53 EDT 2007

On May 14, 2007, at 4:19 PM, Peter Dyballa wrote:

> 	#!/bin/tcsh
> 	foreach auxfile (bu*.aux)
> 	  set afile = "`basename $auxfile .aux`"
> 	  echo bibtex $afile
> 	  bibtex "$afile"
> 	end
> should work, even if the file names have spaces (without you can  
> remove the QUOTATION MARKs).

I tried put these lines into an engine, but they seem to only process  
bu1.aux.  In the console, I only get:

bibtex bu1
This is BibTeX, Version 0.99c (Web2C 7.5.6)
The top-level auxiliary file: bu1.aux
The style file: plain.bst
Database file #1: sample.bib

For a sample TeX document, I have:



Article 1 \cite{Abbott:2004}.  Article 2 \cite{AbousleimanEtAl:1996}

Article 3 \cite{Akin:1982}


where the bib file contains:

author  = "N. Joan Abbott",
title   = "Evidence for Bulk Flow of Brain Interstitial Fluid:  
Significance for Physiology and Pathology",
journal = "Neurochemistry International",
volume  = "45",
pages   = "545--562",
year    = "2004",

author  = "Y. Abousleiman and A. H.-D. Cheng and L. Cui and E.  
Detournay and J.-C. Roegiers",
title   = "Mandel's Problem Revisited",
journal = "G\'eotechnique",
volume  = "46",
pages   = "187--195",
year    = "1996",

author    = "J. E. Akin",
title     = "Application and Implementation of Finite Element Methods",
publisher = "Academic Press",
address   = "London",
year      = "1982",


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