Adapted from the following example for the notes style (CMoS, 16e, 14.215 – there seem to be no such examples in ch. 15): 2. David Kamp, “Deconstructing Dinner,” review of *The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals*, by Michael Pollan, *New York Times*, April 23, 2006, Sunday Book Review, http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/23/books/review/23kamp.html. Logic: If there's a reviewed-author and a title only, assume the title is the title of the reviewed work. If there's a reviewed-author, a title, and a reviewed-title, assume the title is the title of the review, and reviewed-title is the title of the reviewed work. This would of course work better if Zotero had a proper review item type, and if CSL had reviewed-editor, reviewed-director, etc., and supported entering more than one reviewed work, too.
For rendering the director element in, e.g., *Movie Title*. 2004. Directed by Mary Smith. Hollywood, CA: Bigshot Productions. See http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/qanda/data/faq/topics/Documentation/faq0020.html
Replacing the prefix/suffix adjacent spaces with group and one delimiter space, as described generally in #1301 . Search for this pattern here (70 hits in 70 files): ``` <[^/>]*"edition"[^/>]*suffix="[^"/>]* "[^/>]*/?>\s*\r\n\s*<[^/>]*"edition"[^/>]*prefix=" [^"/>]*"[^/>]*/?> ``` Every occurence here looks actually the same: ``` <group> <text variable="edition" suffix=" "/> <text term="edition" prefix=" "/> </group> ``` which will then replaced by ``` <group delimiter=" "> <text variable="edition"/> <text term="edition"/> </group> ```
Added <macro name="substitute-title"> to cope with unsigned articles and reviews, where the name of the newspaper or periodical (=container-title) needs to stand in place of the author (see CMoS 14.207 and 14.217).
This brings over the support for book reviews to Chicago author-date, and fixes a problem in which the DOI and URL were both shown, which isn't specified differently for the author-date style: see CMoS ¶15.9 ("For citations of journals consulted online, Chicago recommends the inclusion of a DOI *or* a URL; the DOI is preferred to a URL").
…hasn't caused issues.
It is specified in section 15.9 that the abbreviation in author-date when there are multiple editors is 'eds.' Please let me know if there is some other function for this, but I haven't been able to find it.
…hicago author date
… with authors & book authors. Add correct translator abbreviation.