[OS X TeX] Looking for a bibtex style

Alan Litchfield alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Tue Jun 28 17:11:20 EDT 2016

Thanks Adam,

makebst seems the easiest option. I tried hacking plainnat but moving 
the in-block fields seems to create too many dependency problems.


On 29/06/16 2:33 am, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
>> On Jun 28, 2016, at 04:45 , Alan Litchfield <alan at alphabyte.co.nz> wrote:
>> It is similar to natbib in plainnat, numbered, and reference list sorted in alphabetical order by author name. However in this style, page numbers are listed before the year. Perhaps there is a way to switch these around, say in plainnat.bst?
> It might be even easier to use makebst to create a new style, if the existing natbib styles are pretty close to what you want. Try
> latex makebst
> in Terminal, and follow the prompts. If not, hacking plainnat's output function(s) probably isn't too hard.
> -- adam
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