Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > > - There is a difference between citations as done by latex/bibtex/etc., > and those done in every other format (handled through CSL). Assuming > latex users want to keep their native processing rather than > delegating to CSL, we need to solve the myriad small inconsistencies > between these two tools. I think this is an area where it’s important > to get things right: users of citations generally have exacting > requirements. “Approximately Chicago-style” or “almost MLA” aren’t > worth anything.
In my recollection, pandoc can juggle between CSL and biblatex. From the pandoc manual: ,---- | --biblatex | | Use biblatex for citations in LaTeX output. This option is not for | use with the pandoc-citeproc filter or with PDF output. It is | intended for use in producing a LaTeX file that can be processed with | pdflatex and bibtex or biber. `---- Perhaps someone with more experience of pandoc could assess how well it toggles between CSL and biblatex, especially for more complicated styles (e.g., Chicago). Matt