Home Reading Searching Subscribe Sponsors Statistics Posting Contact Spam Lists Links About Hosting Filtering Features Download Marketing Archives FAQ Blog From: Alan G Isaac american.edu> Subject: latex writer problem Newsgroups: gmane.text.docutils.user Date: Wednesday 5th October 2005 15:25:48 UTC (over 12 years ago) 1. Citation keys are broken. If a citation reference has an underscore, [like_this], then with --use-latex-citations the LaTeX writer will produce \bibitem[like{\_}this]{like{\_}this} That places forbidden characters in the citekey. It should produce \bibitem[like{\_}this]{like_this} 2. It would be very nice to be able to --use-bibtex-for-citations --bibliographystyle=mystyle.bst --bibliography=mybib.bib - suppress the citations - \usepackage{natbib} - produce citation references \cite{like_this} - add \bibliographystyle{mystyle} \bibliography{mybib} 3. Just a comment on rst2latex vs. rst2newlatex: the movement here is exactly the opposite of my preference, if I understand it. Of course I am not presumptuously claiming it is "wrong": forcing LaTeX that way may be what most users want. (Is it?) What I want out of a LaTeX writer is the heaviest possible reliance on LaTeX with the fewest "tricks". I really hope that rst2newlatex is not destined to *replace* rst2latex but rather to "surpass" it for needs of some users (not me). fwiw, Alan Isaac ------------------------------------------------------- This SF.Net email is sponsored by: Power Architecture Resource Center: Free content, downloads, discussions, and more. http://solutions.newsforge.com/ibmarch.tmpl
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