To report bugs or request features, please go to https://github.com/bpiwowar/papercite
papercite format bibtex entries as HTML so they can be inserted in
WordPress pages and posts. The input data is a bibtex file (either
local or remote) and entries can be formatted by default using various
predefined styles. Bibtex source file and a link to the publication
are also available from the HTML.
Input: Sources files are BibTex files that can be:
- WordPress media files (since 0.5.6)
- Stored into a WordPress folder (with multi-site support);
- An URL (e.g., from citeulike.org and bibsonomy.org);
- A custom field when local to a post/page
- Database backend to speed up the processing by caching the bibtex entries for big BibTeX files.
- Fast OsBiB-based parser
Filtering and grouping:
- Filtering on publication type and authors
- Regular expression filtering on any type
- Publications can be grouped and sorted in various ways
- Access the single bibtex entry source code to enable copy&paste (toggle-enabled visualization)
- Easy output customisation with the use of two templates: one for each entry, one for the list of entries
- Auto-detection of PDF files based on the BibTeX key (or on the PDF entry)
- Citation mode: use references in the text and print the citations at the end of a block, page or post
- Form to let the user dynamically filter the entries
Documentation can be found from within WordPress plugin list (click on
the documentation link). You can see the documentation of the plugin
as installed on my site here.
- B. Piwowarski (main developper)
- Jaroslav Vítků: Filtering by author and type; form to filter publications
- Michael Schreifels: auto-bibshow and no processing in post lists options
- Stefan Aiche: group by year option
- Łukasz Radliński: bug fixes & handling polish characters
- Max Harper: patch for having good URLs
- Some parts of the code come from bib2html (version 0.9.3) written by Sergio Andreozzi.