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Compatible with DokuWiki
Ponder Stibbons, Binky, Weatherwax, Adora Belle, Angua
This extension has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues.
Similar to publistf
Download and Installation
Search and install the plugin using the Extension Manager. Refer to Plugins on how to install plugins manually.
For issues, use the bugtracker link above. Note that publist is pretty much only a wrapper of bib2tpl and uses a slightly modified version of bib2tpl v2.0. If you have an issue regarding the core functionality of publist you may consider reporting at bib2tpl's bugtracker as well.
Syntax and Usage
Put the following on a page:
Name of a BibTeX file in plugin subfolder
bibtexor ID of a wiki page that contains (only) BibTeX code
Name of a template file in plugin subfolder
templateor ID of a wiki page that contains (only) template code
- Relative page IDs work
- If you choose wiki target, DokuWiki's markup renderer is used on the conversion result. Otherwise, the code is inserted as is.
Additionally, publist can relate all options that bib2tpl understands. Just append the options you want to specify to the other stuff in any order you want; syntax for one options is as follows:
For possible names and values, please check the bib2tpl documentation. The only special thing is filter specification. Learn by example:
Note that comma-separation implies an
or while semicolon-separation implies
and. That is, the last example only allows only books written by Doe or Sue. Note also that the individual values are used inside a case-insensitive regexp (
/$value/i). You can use the power that gives you, but be careful.
Have a look at those more complete examples:
Stuff bib2tpl cannot understand is silently ignored as long as you provide the necessary core stated above.
For explanation of the syntax and examples, see here.