[OS X TeX] adding the whole bibliography via BibDesk

David Watson dewatson at me.com
Mon May 21 10:14:31 EDT 2012

On May 21, 2012, at 9:01 AM, konstantinos vasilakos wrote:

> But I am running the Bibdesk for this, no ?

Bibdesk is for managing your .bib file.

> The references are appear correctly 
> bibliographystyle{plain}
> \bibliography{RefHT}
> But not when I want to add an extensive bibliography after references.
> \renewcommand{\refname}{Bibliography}
> \bibliographystylesec{plain}
> \nocitesec{*}
> \bibliographysec{RefHT}

I am not exactly sure whether or not you will be able to use the same name for your normal bibliography and your \bibliographysec{} because what should be happening when your typeset your document is that all of the citations are exported to your ".aux" file.
BibTeX (not BibDesk) is then used to process the citations in the .aux file, which generates two new files - the ".blg" (log) and the ".bbl" (bibliography) file.
During the typesetting process, the \bibliography or \bibliographysec command takes care of looking for the ".bbl" file and includes it in your document.

If it happens that you have only one .aux file in your directory, then you will never get the expected behavior.
So - do you have only the one .aux file, or are there multiple .aux files in your project directory?

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