[TxMt] Question to LaTeX bundle users

William D. Neumann wneumann at cs.unm.edu
Thu Jan 26 15:53:50 UTC 2006

On Wed, 25 Jan 2006, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:

> The main question is whether calling Bibdesk has any advantages compared to 
> the approach I outlined above, and whether the approach above misses 
> something. Your feedback would be much appreciated.

Well, the one advantage it does have is that you don't have to create the 
bib file to get a reference from bibdesk.  It's a minor thing, but often 
when I'm writing I end up adding a number of new references to my 
database, and generally doing so on the fly as I write.  By calling 
bibdesk, I can get those new references without having to generate the 
bib file until I'm ready to compile the paper with the references in 

It's not big, but it's something.

William D. Neumann


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children to these tigers.  We don't need them, we're not doing 
anything with them.

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