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bibtool: BibTeX file manipulation tool

NAME

BibTool - BibTeX file manipulation tool

SYNOPSIS

bibtool [options] [[file ... ]file]
DESCRIPTION
BibTool 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.
FILES
none

SEE ALSO

bibtex(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.

DIAGNOSTICS

many

BUGS

Some 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 It is very likely that this man page is out of date.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)
 
 
 

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