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Re: [eLyXer-users] Suggestion: parse equations and \url{} inside bibliog

From: Jose Ramon Alvarez Sanchez
Subject: Re: [eLyXer-users] Suggestion: parse equations and \url{} inside bibliography
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2010 00:35:27 +0100

Please, find attached a simple test file including
all possible forms (old/new, line/display) of equations. 
Probably only the "$...$" and "\(...\)" forms should appear in 
.bib files, but it is possible that the display mode equations 
could appear, so they are also included (both forms) in the 
example for completeness. Beware of the old double dollar display 
mode form being misinterpreted as two empty single dollar 
bounded inline equations.
Also an example with "\url{}" is included in the test file.

Best regards,
Jose R.

P.S.: Maybe the follow up details or development of wish list 
  items could be tracked as tickers in the bug tracker 
  (with "item group" or "severity" set to "wishlist"), in order 
  to generate less noise in this list...

El mié, 24-11-2010 a las 08:25 +0100, Alex Fernandez escribió:
> Hi José Ramón,
> On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 4:39 AM, Jose Ramon Alvarez Sanchez
> <address@hidden> wrote:
> > It would be nice if eLyXer could parse equations inside .bib files.
> > Normal equations can be surrounded with "$...$" or with "\(...\)".
> > The display mode equations "$$...$$" or "\[...\]" are very unlikely
> > to appear inside a bibliography field, and in this case they could
> > be better shown as inline equations. One extra problem is that the
> > double dollar (deprecated but valid) could be mistaken for an empty
> > equation.
> I am ready to tackle this feature now. Do you have any real-life
> samples I could use?
> > Also, usually \url{} is needed inside any field of bibliography,
> > apart from the "url" field.  For example, in a howpublished field
> > or note field you can have something like:
> > note = {Copies in \url{http://test.com} or \url{http://other.org}}
> For this one too, if at all possible. Thanks!
> Alex.

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