Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Robert Blackstone
On 30 Sep 2014, Andrea Valle va...@di.unito.it wrote I?m working on a project for a book that is a collection of essays. Each one needs at its end a list of references. But how can I force context to take into account only a portion of text for generating bibliographic references and

Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Andrea Valle
Thanks Robert. It probably depends on whether you cite your bibliographic references in the text of your essay, or only a part of them. I’m working now on the bib files, so I can consider having a single bib for all essays, or split bib files (maybe cleaner). What I would do anyway is to

Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Robert Blackstone
On 30 Sep 2014, at 11:45 , Andrea Valle va...@di.unito.it wrote Could you provide a minimal example? I?ve never used ConTeXt for this, and I?m a bit stuck Hi Andrea, Here is a “minimal example. It is for mkii now but you can easily switch to mkiv by changing the starting (and stopping)

Re: [NTG-context] splitting bibliographic references

2014-09-30 Thread Alan BRASLAU
On Tue, 30 Sep 2014 01:17:14 +0200 Andrea Valle va...@di.unito.it wrote: But how can I force context to take into account only a portion of text for generating bibliographic references and for inserting a block of references after a section? With the new bibliography subsystem (still work in