Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Kosta Welke
Hi Marcelo! Could you create an example file that illustrates the problem and post it here? (e.g. using a service like pastebin.com) Cheers, Kosta

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: /Yes, Maybe I should try another way but since I spend a lot of time using JabRef, creating the Bib Files and other things I was trying first to solve this frustrating issue :-( Hope some one give me an idea. Thanks / natbib will work with your bib file done in

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Marcelo Reis
Kosta Welke wrote: Hi Marcelo! Could you create an example file that illustrates the problem and post it here? (e.g. using a service like pastebin.com) Cheers, Kosta I've sent the files directly to Kosta Welke and Charles de Miramon, I'm not sure how to send the files directly to the

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: I've sent the files directly to Kosta Welke and Charles de Miramon, I'm not sure how to send the files directly to the mail-list (I tried renaming the zip file to zip_, Txt - but the List was blocking) so If any other wants the examples files illustrating the problem ,

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Marcelo Reis
Charles de Miramon wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: A quick lokk at your problem seems to reveal that natbib is not compatible with apalike or apalike2. Either you suppress the natbib option and get back to plain bibtex but the formatting of the citation in the bibliography, either you create your

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: Charles de Miramon wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: A quick lokk at your problem seems to reveal that natbib is not compatible with apalike or apalike2. Either you suppress the natbib option and get back to plain bibtex but the formatting of the citation in the bibliography,

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Kosta Welke
Hi Marcelo! Could you create an example file that illustrates the problem and post it here? (e.g. using a service like pastebin.com) Cheers, Kosta

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: /Yes, Maybe I should try another way but since I spend a lot of time using JabRef, creating the Bib Files and other things I was trying first to solve this frustrating issue :-( Hope some one give me an idea. Thanks / natbib will work with your bib file done in

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Marcelo Reis
Kosta Welke wrote: Hi Marcelo! Could you create an example file that illustrates the problem and post it here? (e.g. using a service like pastebin.com) Cheers, Kosta I've sent the files directly to Kosta Welke and Charles de Miramon, I'm not sure how to send the files directly to the

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: I've sent the files directly to Kosta Welke and Charles de Miramon, I'm not sure how to send the files directly to the mail-list (I tried renaming the zip file to zip_, Txt - but the List was blocking) so If any other wants the examples files illustrating the problem ,

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Marcelo Reis
Charles de Miramon wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: A quick lokk at your problem seems to reveal that natbib is not compatible with apalike or apalike2. Either you suppress the natbib option and get back to plain bibtex but the formatting of the citation in the bibliography, either you create your

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: Charles de Miramon wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: A quick lokk at your problem seems to reveal that natbib is not compatible with apalike or apalike2. Either you suppress the natbib option and get back to plain bibtex but the formatting of the citation in the bibliography,

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Kosta Welke
Hi Marcelo! Could you create an example file that illustrates the problem and post it here? (e.g. using a service like pastebin.com) Cheers, Kosta

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: > /Yes, Maybe I should try another way but since I spend a lot of time > using JabRef, creating the Bib Files and other things I was trying first > to solve this frustrating issue :-( > Hope some one give me an idea. > Thanks > / >> natbib will work with your bib file done

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Marcelo Reis
Kosta Welke wrote: Hi Marcelo! Could you create an example file that illustrates the problem and post it here? (e.g. using a service like pastebin.com) Cheers, Kosta I've sent the files directly to Kosta Welke and Charles de Miramon, I'm not sure how to send the files directly to the

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: >> > I've sent the files directly to Kosta Welke and Charles de Miramon, > I'm not sure how to send the files directly to the mail-list (I tried > renaming the zip file to zip_, Txt - but the List was blocking) so If > any other wants the examples files illustrating the

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Marcelo Reis
Charles de Miramon wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: A quick lokk at your problem seems to reveal that natbib is not compatible with apalike or apalike2. Either you suppress the natbib option and get back to plain bibtex but the formatting of the citation in the bibliography, either you create your

Re: [Bulk] Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-26 Thread Charles de Miramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: > Charles de Miramon wrote: >> Marcelo Reis wrote: >> >> A quick lokk at your problem seems to reveal that natbib is not >> compatible with apalike or apalike2. Either you suppress the natbib >> option and get back to plain bibtex but the formatting of the citation in >> the

Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread Marcelo Reis
Guys, believe me I did a lot of research regarding this, but until now I was not able to make things works the way I want. I'm developing (at least trying) my thesis, and I can't make things goes the way I want. I need the following style to Bibliography: [Author Name, YEAR] Last Name,

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread cmiramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? I'm in this problem for weeks and I'm really tired of it, I would appreciate a LOT if

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread Marcelo Reis
cmira...@kde-france.org wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? /Sorry, the file can be found at:

Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread Marcelo Reis
Guys, believe me I did a lot of research regarding this, but until now I was not able to make things works the way I want. I'm developing (at least trying) my thesis, and I can't make things goes the way I want. I need the following style to Bibliography: [Author Name, YEAR] Last Name,

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread cmiramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? I'm in this problem for weeks and I'm really tired of it, I would appreciate a LOT if

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread Marcelo Reis
cmira...@kde-france.org wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? /Sorry, the file can be found at:

Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread Marcelo Reis
Guys, believe me I did a lot of research regarding this, but until now I was not able to make things works the way I want. I'm developing (at least trying) my thesis, and I can't make things goes the way I want. I need the following style to Bibliography: [Author Name, YEAR] ;. . a

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread cmiramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: > I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I > thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? > I'm in this problem for weeks and I'm really tired of it, I would > appreciate a LOT if

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread Marcelo Reis
cmira...@kde-france.org wrote: Marcelo Reis wrote: I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? /Sorry, the file can be found at: