[OS X TeX] bibtex8 engine and %!TEX TS-program = XeLaTeX
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Wed Nov 12 19:48:25 EST 2008
On 12.11.2008, at 21:18, Herbert Schulz wrote:
> On Nov 12, 2008, at 12:17 PM, Alex Hamann wrote:
>> Thanks to both Pete and Herb,
>> I decided to try the latexmk approach. However, I found out that
>> both latexmk and my new latexmk8 engines do not go into the bibtex
>> phase and fail to create a bibliography. I am using Biblatex -
>> could that be the case? Everything else in the preamble is pretty
>> basic. If no problems with biblatex are know I am happy to create
>> a minimal example.
> Could you supply a minimal but complete file for me to compile on
> my system. I've never had a problem with the biblatex package. I
> see now that I left off a final semi-colon in the line added to the
> xelatex8mkrc file:
> $bibtex = "bibtex8 --wolfgang %O %S";
> (see the trailing ; which must be there or perl gets confused).
> Let me know if that fixes things up. If not, please send the
> minimal tex file and both the xelatex8mkrc and xelatex8mk.engine
> file directly to me (see my e-mail address below ad fix it up).
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
adding the semicolon and deleting the TS-program-command at the
beginning of the preamble now led to the correct calling of the
It did stop however, at this point:
Latexmk: applying rule 'bibtex Essay1'...
The 8-bit codepage and sorting file: 88591lat.csf
The top-level auxiliary file: Essay1.aux
The style file: biblatex.bst
Database file #1: Essay1-blx.bib
Database file #2: PoWi.bib
Biblatex version: 0.8
Warning--Invalid format of field 'month' in entry 'Gordon:2007aa'
Warning--Invalid format of field 'month' in entry 'Panofsky:2007aa'
Warning--Invalid format of field 'month' in entry 'Yew:2007aa'
(There were 3 warnings)
Latexmk: Use the -f option to force complete processing.
Latexmk: Errors, so I did not complete making targets
The warnings mentioned in the log above are actually ok as entries in
the Date-field will override the invalid format in the month-field. I
will see if I can look into this some more on the weekend and will
report if there is any underlying problem that could come from
latexmk and not just my specific files.
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