Markdown and DVCS can change the way we collaborate. Even for those pesky journals that require a submission in Word format, you can do the majority of your work in Markdown and then convert to Word via pandoc (and if need be LibreOffice to convert .odt/.docx to .doc). However, a common bibliography is still difficult to pull off. The Makefile and scripts here automagically extract the relevant pandoc references from the specified BibTeX library and create a minimal local BibTeX file that you can include in your repository.
This was inspired by and expands upon the ideas in this blog post.
- Mercurial (git version available on GitHub)
- currently using Python 2.x because of
License: My contributions are currently GPLv2, but I am building on the work of others, whose licensing conditions aren't yet clear. The LaTeX template is a modification of the standard pandoc template and is thus subject to the same restrictions.