Index of /tex-archive/biblio/bibtex/utils/bibweb

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[TXT]ChangeLog19-Nov-2003 21:52 6.2K
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[TXT]INSTALL09-Nov-2000 00:00 2.8K
[TXT]README09-Nov-2000 00:00 1.5K
[TXT]bibweb19-Nov-2003 22:19 16K
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[TXT]bibweb_toc.html09-Nov-2000 00:00 971
[   ]test.tex23-Sep-1999 18:43 1.0K


bibweb is a utility for automatically retrieving bibliographical
information from the American Mathematical Society's MathSciNet
program.  John Palmieri ("engineer") wrote bibweb, and Bill Dwyer
("idea man") helped to design it.

If you're too lazy to go to the library or use a web browser to find
out bibliographical information for that ground-breaking paper you're
writing, you can let bibweb do the work for you.  You have to use
bibtex (which means you have to use latex, I think), and you have to
write citations in a particular format, but that's about it.

See the file 'INSTALL' for installation instructions.

See the file 'HOW_TO' for directions on the use of bibweb.

This program is free software, distributed under the GNU General
Public License; see the file 'COPYING' for more information.

Here are the files in the distribution: 

COPYING     GNU General Public License   
ChangeLog   list of changes made to bibweb (not user-friendly)
HOW_TO      how to use
INSTALL     installation instructions
README      this file
bibweb      the actual perl script
bibweb.dvi  documentation, in dvi format
bibweb.html documentation, in html format documentation, in info format
bibweb.texi documentation, in texinfo format
bibweb_toc.html table of contents for bibweb.html
test.tex    test file: run 'latex test', then 'bibweb test' and see
            what happens 


John H. Palmieri