Add "op. cit." term #103

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rmzelle opened this Issue Sep 4, 2012 · 6 comments

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bdarcus Oct 22, 2012

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While I despise op. cit (it's a horrible, medieval, tradition hostile to readers), I guess it can't hurt. But can the behavior actually be coded in CSL? Just any reference that is not the first?

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bdarcus commented Oct 22, 2012

While I despise op. cit (it's a horrible, medieval, tradition hostile to readers), I guess it can't hurt. But can the behavior actually be coded in CSL? Just any reference that is not the first?

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From reading the thread, we can handle the required logic with <if position="subsequent"/>. The term would just reduce the number of "verbatims" we have in styles.

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rmzelle commented Oct 23, 2012

From reading the thread, we can handle the required logic with <if position="subsequent"/>. The term would just reduce the number of "verbatims" we have in styles.

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Makes sense.

FWIW, I vaguely recall some other abbreviations for the same thing (maybe
cf?), though am not sure.
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From reading the thread, we can handle the required logic with . The term would just reduce the number of
"verbatims" we have in styles.


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bdarcus commented Oct 23, 2012

Makes sense.

FWIW, I vaguely recall some other abbreviations for the same thing (maybe
cf?), though am not sure.
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From reading the thread, we can handle the required logic with . The term would just reduce the number of
"verbatims" we have in styles.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/citation-style-language/schema/issues/103#issuecomment-9685431.

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msaby Aug 7, 2014

"Op. cit." is used in a lot of styles in use in France. And if "ibid" is already there, why not "op. cit." ?

msaby commented Aug 7, 2014

"Op. cit." is used in a lot of styles in use in France. And if "ibid" is already there, why not "op. cit." ?

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bdarcus Aug 8, 2014

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Ibid isn't the same as op cit though.
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"Op. cit." is used in a lot of styles in use in France. And if "ibid" is
already there, why not "op. cit." ?


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bdarcus commented Aug 8, 2014

Ibid isn't the same as op cit though.
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"Op. cit." is used in a lot of styles in use in France. And if "ibid" is
already there, why not "op. cit." ?


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