Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread Rainer M Krug
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 20/12/12 09:51, Liviu Andronic wrote: On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote: My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code? Assuming, of course,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread John Kane
@lists.lyx.org Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2012 3:51:12 AM Subject: Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote: My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 2:51 AM, Liviu Andronic landronim...@gmail.comwrote: On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote: My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code? Assuming, of course, that one

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread Rainer M Krug
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 20/12/12 09:51, Liviu Andronic wrote: On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote: My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code? Assuming, of course,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread John Kane
@lists.lyx.org Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2012 3:51:12 AM Subject: Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote: My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 2:51 AM, Liviu Andronic landronim...@gmail.comwrote: On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote: My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code? Assuming, of course, that one

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread Rainer M Krug
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 20/12/12 09:51, Liviu Andronic wrote: > On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: >> My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many >> weeks to write >> all that code? >> > Assuming,

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread John Kane
lyx-users@lists.lyx.org> Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2012 3:51:12 AM Subject: Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse <nos...@lisse.na> wrote: > My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-20 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 2:51 AM, Liviu Andronic wrote: > On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 5:56 AM, Dr Eberhard Lisse > wrote: > > My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how > > many weeks to write all that code? > > > Assuming, of

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-19 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code? el On 2012-12-17 00:26 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: On 16/12/2012 7:58 p.m., Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-19 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code? el On 2012-12-17 00:26 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: On 16/12/2012 7:58 p.m., Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-19 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
My point was that it takes 5 minutes to learn BibDesk and it takes how many weeks to write all that code? el On 2012-12-17 00:26 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: > On 16/12/2012 7:58 p.m., Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: >> Have a look at BibDesk, >> >> takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. >>

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 16/12/2012 7:58 p.m., Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On 2012-04-17 10:39 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 16/12/2012 7:58 p.m., Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On 2012-04-17 10:39 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 16/12/2012 7:58 p.m., Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On 2012-04-17 10:39 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-15 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On 2012-04-17 10:39 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-15 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
On the Mac BibDesk works with LyX. el On 2012-04-20 17:44 , Alex Vergara Gil wrote: [...] This is the first time I've heard about JabRef, but if it is that nice then it should be integrated into LyX as Gnumeric is [...]

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-15 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On 2012-04-17 10:39 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-15 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
On the Mac BibDesk works with LyX. el On 2012-04-20 17:44 , Alex Vergara Gil wrote: [...] This is the first time I've heard about JabRef, but if it is that nice then it should be integrated into LyX as Gnumeric is [...]

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-15 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Have a look at BibDesk, takes 1% of the time you took to re-invent the wheel. el On 2012-04-17 10:39 , Andrew Parsloe wrote: > On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: >> Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why >> do you think this is better than using

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-15 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
On the Mac BibDesk works with LyX. el On 2012-04-20 17:44 , Alex Vergara Gil wrote: >[...] > This is the first time I've heard about JabRef, but if it is that nice > then it should be integrated into LyX as Gnumeric is [...]

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-13 Thread Eric Weir
On Apr 20, 2012, at 11:23 AM, stefano franchi wrote: Moreover, it is not even clear that BibTeX will remain the only database format for TeX users. Biber, a much more flexible and heavily developed BibTeX replacement, is starting to integrate other formats (such as EndNote). One more reason,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-13 Thread Nico Williams
On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 5:58 AM, Eric Weir eew...@bellsouth.net wrote: On Apr 20, 2012, at 11:23 AM, stefano franchi wrote: Moreover, it is not even clear that BibTeX will remain the only database format for TeX users. Biber, a much more flexible and heavily developed BibTeX replacement, is

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-13 Thread Eric Weir
On Apr 20, 2012, at 11:23 AM, stefano franchi wrote: Moreover, it is not even clear that BibTeX will remain the only database format for TeX users. Biber, a much more flexible and heavily developed BibTeX replacement, is starting to integrate other formats (such as EndNote). One more reason,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-12-13 Thread Nico Williams
On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 5:58 AM, Eric Weir eew...@bellsouth.net wrote: On Apr 20, 2012, at 11:23 AM, stefano franchi wrote: Moreover, it is not even clear that BibTeX will remain the only database format for TeX users. Biber, a much more flexible and heavily developed BibTeX replacement, is

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-13 Thread Eric Weir
On Apr 20, 2012, at 11:23 AM, stefano franchi wrote: > Moreover, it is not even clear that BibTeX will remain the only > database format for TeX users. Biber, a much more flexible and heavily > developed BibTeX replacement, is starting to integrate other formats > (such as EndNote). One more

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-12-13 Thread Nico Williams
On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 5:58 AM, Eric Weir wrote: > On Apr 20, 2012, at 11:23 AM, stefano franchi wrote: >> Moreover, it is not even clear that BibTeX will remain the only >> database format for TeX users. Biber, a much more flexible and heavily >> developed BibTeX

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-25 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 25/04/2012 2:08 p.m., Sam Lewis wrote: From: Liviu Androniclandronim...@gmail.com It may be nice, perhaps, for LyX to provide an 'Edit BibTeX refs' button that would allow to easily launch your preferred reference manager on your ref library. +1 Cheers, Sam Ah! You mean launch another

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-25 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 25/04/2012 2:08 p.m., Sam Lewis wrote: From: Liviu Androniclandronim...@gmail.com It may be nice, perhaps, for LyX to provide an 'Edit BibTeX refs' button that would allow to easily launch your preferred reference manager on your ref library. +1 Cheers, Sam Ah! You mean launch another

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-25 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 25/04/2012 2:08 p.m., Sam Lewis wrote: From: Liviu Andronic It may be nice, perhaps, for LyX to provide an 'Edit BibTeX refs' button that would allow to easily launch your preferred reference manager on your ref library. +1 Cheers, Sam Ah! You mean launch another

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-24 Thread Sam Lewis
From: Liviu Andronic landronim...@gmail.com It may be nice, perhaps, for LyX to provide an 'Edit BibTeX refs' button that would allow to easily launch your preferred reference manager on your ref library. +1 Cheers, Sam

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-24 Thread Sam Lewis
From: Liviu Andronic landronim...@gmail.com It may be nice, perhaps, for LyX to provide an 'Edit BibTeX refs' button that would allow to easily launch your preferred reference manager on your ref library. +1 Cheers, Sam

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-24 Thread Sam Lewis
> From: Liviu Andronic > It may be nice, perhaps, for LyX to provide an 'Edit BibTeX refs' > button that would allow to easily launch your preferred reference > manager on your ref library. +1 Cheers, Sam

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 18/04/2012 03:03 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/17/2012 04:23 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: Secondly, why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? My question was, actually, why should you edit your bib files at all. Let the reference manager produce them for you. And then let

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread PhilipPirrip
On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your OS is multitasking) to make bib database for you, by downloading all the data from the internet.

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your OS is multitasking) to make bib database for you,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gil a...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be very flexible and interact with a myriad of 3rd party

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Manolo Martínez
On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 08:18 a.m., Liviu Andronic escribió: On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gila...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 08:22 a.m., Manolo Martínez escribió: On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 20. April 2012, 18:44:25 schrieb Alex Vergara Gil: This is the first time I've heard about JabRef, but if it is that nice then it should be integrated into LyX as Gnumeric is Its the other way round: Jabref has a LyX knob which transfers the selected reference to the place of

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread stefano franchi
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 11:44 AM, Alex Vergara Gil a...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: El 20/04/2012 08:22 a.m., Manolo Martínez escribió: On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 21/04/2012 2:18 a.m., Liviu Andronic wrote: On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gila...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be very

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 18/04/2012 03:03 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/17/2012 04:23 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: Secondly, why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? My question was, actually, why should you edit your bib files at all. Let the reference manager produce them for you. And then let

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread PhilipPirrip
On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your OS is multitasking) to make bib database for you, by downloading all the data from the internet.

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your OS is multitasking) to make bib database for you,

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gil a...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be very flexible and interact with a myriad of 3rd party

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Manolo Martínez
On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 08:18 a.m., Liviu Andronic escribió: On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gila...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 08:22 a.m., Manolo Martínez escribió: On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 20. April 2012, 18:44:25 schrieb Alex Vergara Gil: This is the first time I've heard about JabRef, but if it is that nice then it should be integrated into LyX as Gnumeric is Its the other way round: Jabref has a LyX knob which transfers the selected reference to the place of

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread stefano franchi
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 11:44 AM, Alex Vergara Gil a...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: El 20/04/2012 08:22 a.m., Manolo Martínez escribió: On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 21/04/2012 2:18 a.m., Liviu Andronic wrote: On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gila...@cphr.edu.cu wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be very

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 18/04/2012 03:03 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/17/2012 04:23 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: Secondly, why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? My question was, actually, why should you edit your bib files at all. Let the reference manager produce them for you. And then let

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread PhilipPirrip
On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your OS is multitasking) to make bib database for you, by downloading all the data from the internet.

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You can have a program (if your OS is multitasking) to make bib database for you,

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: > at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get > Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be very flexible and interact with a myriad of 3rd party

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Manolo Martínez
On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: > > El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: > >On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: > >>why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? > > > >Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit your bib files. You > >can have a

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 08:18 a.m., Liviu Andronic escribió: On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 20/04/2012 08:22 a.m., Manolo Martínez escribió: On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? Because, as I said, you *don't* need to edit

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 20. April 2012, 18:44:25 schrieb Alex Vergara Gil: > This is the first time I've heard about JabRef, but if it is that nice > then it should be integrated into LyX as Gnumeric is Its the other way round: Jabref has a LyX knob which transfers the selected reference to the place

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread stefano franchi
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 11:44 AM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: > El 20/04/2012 08:22 a.m., Manolo Martínez escribió: > >> On 04/20/12 at 09:57am, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: >>> >>> El 20/04/2012 07:46 a.m., PhilipPirrip escribió: On 04/20/2012 04:30 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-20 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 21/04/2012 2:18 a.m., Liviu Andronic wrote: On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: at all. This is why LyX should have a reference manager. However if you get Perhaps it _should_ not. LyX has evolved, in the spirit of Linux apps development, to be

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-18 Thread PhilipPirrip
On 04/17/2012 04:23 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: Secondly, why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? My question was, actually, why should you edit your bib files at all. Let the reference manager produce them for you. And then let LaTeX do all the formatting.

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-18 Thread PhilipPirrip
On 04/17/2012 04:23 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: Secondly, why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? My question was, actually, why should you edit your bib files at all. Let the reference manager produce them for you. And then let LaTeX do all the formatting.

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-18 Thread PhilipPirrip
On 04/17/2012 04:23 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote: Secondly, why should I move out of LyX to edit my Bib files? My question was, actually, why should you edit your bib files at all. Let the reference manager produce them for you. And then let LaTeX do all the formatting.

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread PhilipPirrip
Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software?

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software? I don't (not that I've ever tried any bibliography manager) but

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 16/04/2012 04:49 p.m., Andrew Parsloe escribió: On 17/04/2012 7:21 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there are off course some issues I want to discuss:

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 17/04/2012 03:39 a.m., Andrew Parsloe escribió: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software? Tha answer to

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread PhilipPirrip
Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software?

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software? I don't (not that I've ever tried any bibliography manager) but

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 16/04/2012 04:49 p.m., Andrew Parsloe escribió: On 17/04/2012 7:21 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there are off course some issues I want to discuss:

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 17/04/2012 03:39 a.m., Andrew Parsloe escribió: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software? Tha answer to

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread PhilipPirrip
Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software?

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software? I don't (not that I've ever tried any bibliography manager) but

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 16/04/2012 04:49 p.m., Andrew Parsloe escribió: On 17/04/2012 7:21 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: > I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of > art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there > are off course some issues I want to discuss:

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-17 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
El 17/04/2012 03:39 a.m., Andrew Parsloe escribió: On 17/04/2012 8:43 p.m., PhilipPirrip wrote: Excuse me for not trying what you've done, but I have to ask first: why do you think this is better than using Mendeley, for instance, or some other bibliography management software? Tha answer to

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there are off course some issues I want to discuss: 1. when you import from BibTeX the coding as \textsc{} or \'{} are imported as text, I know this is a

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
I'm still trying Mr Andrew Parsloe's work and there are to new thing I have discovered 3. The math insets such as $^{90}$ are imported as text when they should be imported as math, see point 1. 4. The coding \textemdash is imported as text when it should be imported as -- and the --

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 7:21 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there are off course some issues I want to discuss: 1. when you import from BibTeX the coding as \textsc{}

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 7:53 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: I'm still trying Mr Andrew Parsloe's work and there are to new thing I have discovered 3. The math insets such as $^{90}$ are imported as text when they should be imported as math, see point 1. 4. The coding \textemdash is imported as text

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there are off course some issues I want to discuss: 1. when you import from BibTeX the coding as \textsc{} or \'{} are imported as text, I know this is a

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
I'm still trying Mr Andrew Parsloe's work and there are to new thing I have discovered 3. The math insets such as $^{90}$ are imported as text when they should be imported as math, see point 1. 4. The coding \textemdash is imported as text when it should be imported as -- and the --

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 7:21 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there are off course some issues I want to discuss: 1. when you import from BibTeX the coding as \textsc{}

Re: Using LyX to edit organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 7:53 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: I'm still trying Mr Andrew Parsloe's work and there are to new thing I have discovered 3. The math insets such as $^{90}$ are imported as text when they should be imported as math, see point 1. 4. The coding \textemdash is imported as text

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there are off course some issues I want to discuss: 1. when you import from BibTeX the coding as \textsc{} or \'{} are imported as text, I know this is a

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Alex Vergara Gil
I'm still trying Mr Andrew Parsloe's work and there are to new thing I have discovered 3. The math insets such as $^{90}$ are imported as text when they should be imported as math, see point 1. 4. The coding \textemdash is imported as text when it should be imported as -- and the --

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 7:21 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: > I want to personally congratulate Mr Andrew Parsloe for this piece of > art. It's outstanding and is what I'm looking for a few days ago, there > are off course some issues I want to discuss: > > 1. when you import from BibTeX the coding as

Re: Using LyX to edit & organise bibliographies

2012-04-16 Thread Andrew Parsloe
On 17/04/2012 7:53 a.m., Alex Vergara Gil wrote: > I'm still trying Mr Andrew Parsloe's work and there are to new thing I > have discovered > > 3. The math insets such as $^{90}$ are imported as text when they should > be imported as math, see point 1. > 4. The coding \textemdash is imported as