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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.
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.
- 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.
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
- http://forensicswiki.org - The Forensics Wiki. Here is an example.
- 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.