Release 0.7.3 had many problems when compiling the software.
This has been solved. Also the xerces.jar and log4j.jar are now included.
The new release no longer requires you to use the JReferences module for DocBook XML (still possible), but every DocBook flavor can now be used. Thanks to Jirka Kosek's suggestions.
A script has been added to sanatize EndNote's BibTeX output that can be converted to BibTeXML for import in a JReferences database.
An import filter for RIS type references (EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite) has been added.
The next release will use SAX2 instead of the older
SAX API for parsing XML. Most programs will use
Aelfred2, but jref-number can optionally use
Xerces, if it was found with ./configure.
The BibTeXML import filter was implemented much
sooner than expected, and hence the quick new release.
In the 0.4.1 release all executables used the new
architecture introduced in 0.4.0. Additionally,
BibTex export is added.
The new release no longer depends on MySQL. A filebased
backend can be used as well by using the --filedb
In other words, you no longer need to adapt
scripts, just run ./configure && make && make install and you're done.
A new boost is given to this project, and we need to
know what import and export filters you need. Fill
out the survey and help us improve this software.
A PHP frontend has been added to publish a JReferences database on a webpage. The pages support sorting on title and id. BibTex output is also given for all those Tex users.
First fully working package.
Added is a JRef:Mode command by which you can select
the type of output: , <superscript>1<superscript>,
<xref linkend="ART11"/> or [ART11].