Richard, is wip-cite up to date with recent git versions of org-mode? I'd
like ot try it out but would rather not go back to a pre-9.0 version or
org, having done a certain amount of work to update to the new framework...
On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 8:51 AM, Julian M. Burgos <julian.bur...@hafogvatn.is
> This is very interesting! I will give it a try. Thanks for the heads up.
> Richard Lawrence writes:
> > Hi everyone,
> > With Org 9.0 out, I thought it might be a good time to revisit the issue
> > of citation syntax. Not much has happened with this recently, but I do
> > have one bit of progress to report:
> > About six months ago, Albert Krewinkel, who maintains the support for Org
> > syntax in Pandoc , wrote to me about supporting the citation syntax
> > we discussed previously, and that is partially implemented in
> > the wip-cite branch. You can see examples of the syntax at .
> > Albert dove in, and was able to quickly add support for the syntax to
> > Pandoc's Org reader. This support has been merged into released
> > versions of Pandoc. Albert actually announced this a few months ago on
> > Reddit , but it looks like he did not email this list.
> > I finally got a chance to check out his work yesterday. I converted one
> > citation-heavy chapter of my dissertation to use the new syntax, and
> > tested out Pandoc's support, with a couple of different CSL stylesheets,
> > including a note-based style. It works great. Thanks, Albert, for your
> > hard work!
> > There are some minor issues that probably need more discussion after
> > real-world use (like whether/when a conjunction should be inserted
> > automatically before the last reference in a multi-cite citation). But
> > as far as I can tell, Albert has correctly implemented everything we
> > actually discussed and agreed on.
> > In short, Pandoc now has support for Org citation syntax, and that
> > support is fully integrated with Pandoc's citation processing
> > capabilities. So there is now at least one "real" (non-prototype)
> > solution for processing Org citations via CSL, with output to HTML,
> > LaTeX, ODT, .docx, and the other formats that Pandoc supports.
> > This makes it a lot easier for people to test out the syntax in the real
> > world, so I encourage you to do so, and report back on what you find!
> > Best,
> > Richard
> >  http://pandoc.org/
> >  https://github.com/wyleyr/org-citeproc/blob/master/tests/testdoc.org
> >  https://www.reddit.com/r/orgmode/comments/4tes4x/ann_
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