Advanced features, and processing and extraction details are described in the following sections:
- Automatic Extraction: Questions and Answers
- Extracting data from the clipboard
- Processing of author's names
- Processing of journal names
- Field Recognition Rules
- Regular Expression Editor
Utilities and modules are described in the following sections:
- Search BibTeX files for references
- Embedded File Editor
- PDF Reference Import
- The cb2Bib Command Line
- Reading and writing bibliographic metadata
- The cb2Bib Annote
- The cb2Bib Citer
- Qt 4.4.0 or higher from Qt Nokia. On a Linux platform with Qt preinstalled, make sure that the
develpackages and Qt tools are also present.
- WebKit library (optional) to compile cb2Bib Annote viewer. It is already included in Qt > 4.4.0 library. No special action/flag is needed during compilation.
- LZO 2.03 library and headers available at http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo. If LZO2 were unavailable on a particular platform, type
configure --disable-lzoor, equivalently,
qmake -config disable-lzobefore compiling.
- X11 header files if compiling on Unix platforms. Concretely, headers
- The header files
glibc-develpackage are also required. Otherwise compilation will fail with
referencelist.cpp:227: `::close' undeclared.
jsMath, available at http://www.math.union.edu/~dpvc/jsMath, for displaying mathematical notation. Simply, download and unzip it in a desired directory.
ExifTool, version 7.31 or later, available at http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool.
pdftotext, found packaged as
xpdf, and downloadable from http://www.foolabs.com/xpdf.
xml2endBibUtils, to test the postprocess script
bib2end.baton Windows platforms.
- ... and LaTeX and friends, to check for BibTeX file correctness and to get a nice printing through the shell script