|Date||Tue, 16 Sep 2003 17:24:16 +1200|
|Subject||[greenstone-users] Re: Greenstone and BibTex|
> Hello Michael,
I hope I can too... quite often I can't :-)
> I am working on a Bibliography which takes its 'off set' by the Colt-collection *.cfg-file but modified also to handle; books, inbooks, proceedings, inproceedings.
I'm not sure I entirely understand the question. Here is my interpretation, please tell me if I'm wrong. Some of your bibliographic records have "Title" metadata, and
If this is what you want to do, I'm afraid Greenstone doesn't do this at the moment. However, it wouldn't be too difficult to hack up one of the classifiers to do
> How should I modify this code to get the Title-listing correct (or other code) ???:
Unfortunately you can't control the items that appear in a classifier list with format statements - this has to be done at build time.
> Are there no smart way to 'take out' single references in a Bib-Tex-collection, except to rebuild the whole collection again from an altered batch data-file
This is the safest method. It is possible to mess around with the metadata database to remove certain metadata values (ie. records from a bibliography), but you can
> I am working on a stand alone PC now but will transfere the software and bibliography
This depends on how the server is set up, but yes, it is generally possible to copy files remotely onto a server and log in remotely to rebuild the collection. You'll
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