bib2xhtml is a program that converts BibTeX files into HTML (specifically XHTML 1.0). The conversion is mostly done by specialized BibTeX style files, derived from a converted bibliography style template. This ensures that the original BibTeX styles are faithfully reproduced. Some postprocessing is performed by Perl code. More information, documentation, and examples can be found on the bib2xhtml home page.
Run ./gen-bst.pl from the directory to generate the html-*.bst style files.
Install html-*.bst somewhere that bibtex can find them. If you have installed an earlier version of bib2xhtml, remove html.bst and html-abs.bst.
If you plan to use the bibsearch CGI script, edit the configuration section at the beginning of it and install it in your http server's cgi-bin directory. The script has comments with instructions on how to call it from another HTML page.
If you want to modify the bst (bibtex style) files, edit html-btxbst.doc and then run gen-bst to generate the new versions. You probably won't need to, though.
The way that the bibsearch CGI script is called from HTML has changed in bib2html-1.25. Read the comments at the beginning of bibsearch for the new calling conventions.
For use with bibtex mode (available at http://www.ida.ing.tu-bs.de/people/dirk/bibtex/), I add the following to my ~/.emacs file:
(setq bibtex-user-optional-fields '(("url" "URL link (for bib2xhtml)") ("postscript" "PostScript file (for bib2xhtml)") ("pdf" "PDF file (for bib2xhtml)")) ("dvi" "DVI file (for bib2xhtml))
The bib2html package is copyright 1996, David Hull. In 2002, due to the lack of visible updates on the web, the program was adopted for maintenance, distribution, and further evolution by Diomidis Spinellis. Changes made by him include support for XHTML 1.0 and documentation bug fixes. The first public release of the maintenance effort was in 2004 (version 2.1). On March 2004 the program was renamed into bib2xhtml to avoid confusion with projects using the name bib2html .
Changes Copyright 2002-2018, Diomidis Spinellis.
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