Jan Sundermeyer - 2013-09-14

right now, the new feature is being developed and does not offer the same funtionality as c. So before breaking the working code, a second execution branch is implemented. If everything worksout fine, the branches can be unified again.Denis Bitouzé denisbitouze@users.sf.net hat geschrieben:Le samedi 14/09/13 à 08h18,
"Denis Bitouzé" denisbitouze@users.sf.net a écrit :

could you precise the way 'C' and 'S' markers work?

Sorry, I didn't see it is explained in the manual.

BTW, instead of:

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
c this command declares a citation like "\cite{key}"

C this command declares a complex citation like
"\textcquote{bibid}{text}". The key needs to be given as 'bibid'
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

why not provide a unique syntaxe for citations:

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
c this command declares a citation like "\cite{bibid}" or
"\textcquote{bibid}{text}". The key needs to be given as 'bibid'
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
--
Denis

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