[Haskell] Latex and Bibtex
thomas.bevan at gmail.com
Fri Apr 8 05:58:55 EDT 2005
Basically, my motivations are sa follows. No one as far as I can tell
has produced a bibtex style which conforms to the Australian legal
citation standard, the proper acronym escapes me for the moment.
I decided that fiddling around with the bibtex language was no fun and
pretty time consuming so I though I should be able to piece together
some sort of solution in Haskell.
On Apr 8, 2005 8:51 AM, Jeremy Gibbons <jeremy.gibbons at comlab.ox.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi there. I saw Doaitse's reply about a parser, but I'd be interested
> in anything else you hear too. Will you post a summary to the Haskell
> You know about Filliatre's bibtex2html, I presume? It isn't a
> replacement for bibtex, but it runs bibtex and uses the output via an
> OCaml program to generate html.
> I'm curious as to what your interest is.
> On 7 Apr 2005, at 15:18, Thomas Bevan wrote:
> > Does anyone know of any work being done on Latex with Haskell?
> > I am particularly interested in finding a Haskell replacement to
> > Bibtex.
> > Thanks.
> > Tom
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