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Old 02-26-2017, 11:56 AM   #1
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Innovative Markdown for LaTeX with Automatic Bibliography Management (nbibman + texiex + bbliex, <170Mb)


Hello,

The idea of this project was to make a complete replacement of LaTeX/Bibliography Management, using a source code that does needs only stdio, string and stdlib. It replaces fully BIBTEX in a program less than 2000-3000 lines. The total used space Texiex + Texlive + bbliex (handler of Bibliography) is max. 200 Mb.

Markdown (IeX) is very comfortable to use, and this is much easier to type and read.

Herewith the source code:
https://github.com/spartrekus/markdo...phy-management

Hopefully, you will appreciate the simplicity of use, without large needed installation.

Happy Tux.
 
  


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