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Jats Conversion breaks References #870

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Thanathan-k opened this Issue Sep 4, 2017 · 8 comments

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Thanathan-k commented Sep 4, 2017

After converting a arXiv document with LaTeXML and then with LaTeXMLpost into the Jats format the references are broken.

Example-Document: https://arxiv.org/abs/1708.08473

Problem: The references in the text still reference the old key (), however the key is deleted from the bibliography and only the xml:id is set as id.

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dginev commented Sep 4, 2017

Thanks for the report!

Can you share with us the exact commands you ran, just so that we have a clear path to reproduce? Also feel free to attach the JATS document to this issue.

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Thanathan-k commented Sep 4, 2017

The commands I ran were:

latexml --destination=ManuscroptShutov_arXiv.xml ManuscroptShutov_arXiv.tex
latexmlpost --destination=ManuscroptShutov_arXiv_jats.nxml --format=jats ManuscroptShutov_arXiv.xml

The produced JATS document is:
https://gist.github.com/Thanathan-k/977d19f79a7f1e70d214dfb2632f8b14

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brucemiller commented Sep 5, 2017

Hmm... I just ran the document through the current LaTeXML, and I'm getting, eg
<xref ref-type="bibr" rid="bib.bib39">[39]</xref> for \cite{Reiner}, and with the corresponding bibitem starting <ref id="bib.bib39"><mixed-citation>Reiner M....... I don't know if that's actually correct, but it's consistent, and different from what you got.

What version of LaTeXML are you running?

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dginev commented Sep 5, 2017

[Syntax aside] Markdown reminder: using single ticks for inline code and triple-ticks for display style

code

works best.

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brucemiller commented Sep 5, 2017

ok, but why does triple ticks not actually give display, unless it's on newlines?

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dginev commented Sep 5, 2017

Markdown is a limited thing.

@dginev dginev added this to the LaTeXML-0.8.3 milestone Sep 5, 2017

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brucemiller commented Oct 22, 2017

Not sure if there is a bug here or not; what is the markup that is expected?

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brucemiller commented Nov 15, 2017

apparently it's ok, now.

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