Matt Price <> writes:

> On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 9:51 AM, Rasmus <> wrote:
>     Aaron Ecay <> writes:
>     Indeed. I guess this is what they use:
>     It also looks rather complex...
> FWIW, I just tried installing this on my Arch system, but it doesn't
> work with node 0.12, and I am currently unable to switch to io.js due
> to dependencies of several other projects. I guess tools like NVM can
> help with this situation, but I worry that node is currently a moving
> target and might lead to lots of platform-dependent buggy behaviour. 

Testing it now... Works fine on my Arch system. Arch's current nodejs is
4.2. As I understand it, io.js has been merged back into node 4.+

The citeproc-node server itself is not very complex. It's just a node
wrapper around citeproc-js. The big limitation, it seems to me, is that
it only accepts a json format as input. Also it seems to use html markup
in all its output formats.

Though published by the Zotero programmers, citeproc-node, I believe, is
distinct from the citeproc-js implementation in Zotero, which is a XUL


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