I'm not sure I understand the problem, but my workflow may be different.
When I use BibTeX, my bibliography (.bib) is in the same directory as the .tex file I am editing. The style file is in the texmf tree, but the .bib file is kept with my .tex file.
I've used Bookends in the past, but now I hand-code my bib files. Things seem to work OK for me either way. Do you use something else to create your bib files?
On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 11:05 PM, Christopher MacMinn email@example.com wrote:
Hi everyone -
I'm having a weird problem with LaTeX/BibTeX cite key autocompletion. My bib file is in the appropriate place in the user texmf tree, and BibTeX finds it when I compile the document... but cite key autocompletion does not work ("bib file not found" or something like that). Cite key autocompletion DOES work if I put the same bib file in the same directory as the TeX file itself.
Thoughts? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Best, Chris MacMinn
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