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Add "after-inverted-name" option to delimiter-precedes-et-al and deli…

…miter-precedes-last attributes.
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Rintze M. Zelle rmzelle authored
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  1. +18 −0 release-notes-CSL-1.0.1.txt
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18 release-notes-CSL-1.0.1.txt
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@@ -203,6 +203,24 @@ Ticket:
- https://github.com/citation-style-language/schema/issues/53
+``delimiter-precedes-et-al`` and ``delimiter-precedes-last`` - "after-inverted-name"
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+
+A new value has been added to the ``delimiter-precedes-et-al`` and
+``delimiter-precedes-last`` attributes. With "after-inverted-name", the name
+delimiter is only included before the "et-al" or "and" term when the preceding
+name has been inverted as a result of the ``name-as-sort-order`` attribute.
+E.g.:
+
+::
+
+ "Doe, J., and T. Williams"
+ "Doe, J., S. Smith and T. Williams"
+
+Ticket:
+
+- https://github.com/citation-style-language/schema/issues/97
+
Et-al Abbreviation with Last Name
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
14 specification.txt
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@@ -968,6 +968,13 @@ within a name variable. ``cs:name`` may carry the following attributes:
- 1 name: "J. Doe et al."
- 2 names: "J. Doe, S. Smith, et al."
+
+ - "after-inverted-name" - name delimiter is only used if the preceding name
+ is inverted as a result of the ``name-as-sort-order`` attribute. E.g.
+ with ``name-as-sort-order`` set to "first":
+
+ - "Doe, J., et al."
+ - "Doe, J., S. Smith et al."
- "always" - name delimiter is always used
@@ -990,6 +997,13 @@ within a name variable. ``cs:name`` may carry the following attributes:
- 2 names: "J. Doe and T. Williams"
- 3 names: "J. Doe, S. Smith, and T. Williams"
+
+ - "after-inverted-name" - name delimiter is only used if the preceding name
+ is inverted as a result of the ``name-as-sort-order`` attribute. E.g.
+ with ``name-as-sort-order`` set to "first":
+
+ - "Doe, J., and T. Williams"
+ - "Doe, J., S. Smith and T. Williams"
- "always" - name delimiter is always used
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