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|Description||Display of bibtex formatted references.|
|Latest version||1.0.0 (2012-02-23)|
|MediaWiki||1.16 - 1.18|
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The Bibtex extension is designed to parse bibtex sources and display them in web pages using the mediawiki engine. The bibtex code is placed inside <bibtex>...</bibtex> markup tags.
Features[edit | edit source]
Amongst the embedded features there are :
- ACM-like popup to display the bibtex sources,
- Emacs-like mechanism to give the type of entries and the list of fields to fill in for each entry type,
- References may contain URL tags which link to a pdf of the article itself,
- Two versions, one working with restrict extension, allowing several levels of visualization ie reference can be viewable, whereas pdf or postscript file are restricted and not viewable for anonymous visitors.
Installation[edit | edit source]
- Copy the downloaded files to a subfolder called BibTex in your extensions folder. The folder has to be called exactly BibTex, otherwise the extension won't work.
- Add the following line to localsettings.php:
require_once ( '$IP/extensions/BibTex/bibtex.php' );
See http://simson.net/page/Mediawiki_Bibtex_Extension for further information on installing, customising and using the BibTex extension.
License[edit | edit source]
Public domain. This code can be shared without any restrictions.This program is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Sites Using this Extension[edit | edit source]
- http://forensicswiki.org - The Forensics Wiki
- http://gsc2.cemif.univ-evry.fr/index.php/Publications - Extension original author's publications]
- http://www.nsnam.org - ns-3 project
- http://nmrwiki.org nmrwiki.org uses merged bibtex with biblio extensions. Here is an example.