On Fri, 6 May 2022, Denis Maier via ntg-context wrote:

> Hi,
> thanks for your assessment. Indeed, that looks very promising.
> I've now had a chance to look at this a bit more too.  Not that I understand 
> that stuff in detail, but anyway...
> I also have the impression that extending citeproc-formats.lua should be the 
> easiest part. As an aside, I think the HTML is in there because that is 
> needed for the test suite, but for ConTeXt we should be able to copy the 
> LaTeX mapping and tweak a few things here and there.
> The LaTeX package is hard to understand, at least if you're not used to the 
> "new" latex3 programming syntax and style. I also can only guess what that 
> stuff does. But as you say this is rather isolated from the citeproc 
> processing, so I guess the main task would be to come up with an equivalent 
> ConTeXt module that writes the citations to the tuc file, calls the citeproc 
> engine, and uses the results for the output. Right? (I.e., AFAICS, everything 
> that lives under https://github.com/zepinglee/citeproc-lua/tree/main/citeproc 
> should pretty much just work, while 
> https://github.com/zepinglee/citeproc-lua/tree/main/latex must be adapted.)

Does citeproc-lua/biblatex support using CSL files 
(https://citationstyles.org/). IMO, that is currently the biggest limitation of 
the context bib module that only a few citation styles are supported. 
Developing a new citation style is relatively easy but a lot of work. Being 
able to use CSL will simplify things (from the point of view of the user) a lot.

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