A BibTeX replacement for users of biblatex, with full Unicode support

Features

  • Biber 2.10 is for biblatex 3.10
  • Polyglossia support
  • Unicode 10.0 support (including citekeys, filenames and sorting)
  • Auto (re)encodes .bbl as necessary
  • One biber run for all bib sections and XREF/CROSSREF processing
  • Now part of TeXLive
  • Static and dynamic citation set support
  • Customisable sorting specifications
  • Support for UTF-8 <-> TeX macro re-encoding to help PDFLaTeX+inputenc
  • Support for remote data sources
  • Highly configurable entry data inheritance model
  • Automatic name and name list disambiguation
  • Dynamic, comprehensive modification of incoming bibliography data
  • Generalised macro support with new @XDATA entrytype

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Intended Audience

Science/Research, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Perl

Registered

2008-05-17