NAMEBibTool - BibTeX file manipulation tool
SYNOPSISbibtool [options] [[file ... ]file]
DESCRIPTIONBibTool takes the following options -Ac Kind of disambiguating keystrings: <c>=0|a|A -h Print help info and exit -i infile Specify input file. If -i omitted it may not start with a -. If absent stdin is taken to read from. Multiple input files may be given. -k Key generation enabled. -K Key generation enabled (long key). -f format Key generation enabled (formated key) -m macfile Dump macros to macfile. - is stdout -M macfile Dump used macros to macfile. - is stdout -o outfile Specify output file as next argument If absent stdout is taken to write to. -q Quiet mode. No warnings. -r resource Load resource file (several are possible). -s Sort. -S Sort reverse. -v Enable verbose mode -x file Extract from aux file. -X regex Extract regular expression. -@ Print statistics (short). -# Print statistics. Input files should follow the bibtex conventions.
SEE ALSObibtex(1), latex(1), tex(1) The BibTool Manual, included as the file bibtool.tex in the BibTool source distribution. This file contains a complete and hopefully up- to-date documentation of the program.
BUGSSome arrays are allocated statically which may result in an overflow. Most memory is allocated but not returned to the OS. A garbage collection algorithm might be integrated in a future release. It is very likely that this man page is out of date. local BIBTOOL(1)