#350 Support of the multibib package

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2013-01-17
2012-10-26
Anonymous
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With the multibib package it is possible to include several bib-files into a TeX document. Then with, e.g.
\newcites{something}{X}

the
\bibliographyown{fileB} and the
\citesomething{Example} commands are created.
I would be great if a hover-over over Example would show the bibentry
as a tooltip.

Maybe also possibly run the bibtex command on something.aux. But that might be me just not knowing how two bibfiles are handled in TEXstudio.

Discussion


  • Anonymous
    2012-10-26

    By the way, why does it say "Creator" Anonymous for my last three feature requests (this, #349, #344), when I was actually logged in and the mask mentioned me as a creator?

     
  • Tim Hoffmann
    Tim Hoffmann
    2012-11-08

    That's a bit non-trivial. You create new commands with the newcites command. In principle we can handle new commands, but we'd need to hard code this (generation of command names, handling of possible list in something). That's not a high priority task.

    As a workaround, you can create a custom .cwl file
    http://svn.code.sf.net/p/texstudio/code/trunk/utilities/usermanual_en.html#CWLDESCRIPTION

    \bibliographyown{}#b
    \citesometing{}#c
    

    Btw. Anonymous Creator is likely a bug in the sf system.

     
    Last edit: Tim Hoffmann 2012-11-08