Citations: Missing book edition, separator between title and subtitle, etc. #468

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f34739 opened this Issue Mar 30, 2012 · 2 comments

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f34739 commented Mar 30, 2012

Using pandoc 1.9.1.2 and a small selection from the most recent .csl files (apa, apa5th, apsa, asa, harvard1, chicago-author-date, all from https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles) yields the following problems:

(1) The information about a book’s edition is missing from the output – for all styles tried.

(2) Using separate title and subtitle fields in the .bib file, both are shown in the output, but without any separator (e.g., a colon) in between – for all styles tried.

(3) With reports, neither institution nor address are shown (with the exception of apa5th, which shows at least the address).

(4) For .bib files following the biblatex conventions, "date" should function correctly for all types (presently, it works nicely, both in the YYYY and YYYY-MM-DD forms, but apparently for one type only, i.e. "online" ). In addition, "location" should be a valid alternative for "address".

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arossato Apr 1, 2012

can you provide some same data for some testing? that would really help identify the issues.

thanks.

arossato commented Apr 1, 2012

can you provide some same data for some testing? that would really help identify the issues.

thanks.

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jgm Apr 15, 2013

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These are citeproc-hs issues, and I think many have already been addressed by now. In any case, the citeproc-hs issues tracker is the right place for them, so I'm closing this.

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jgm commented Apr 15, 2013

These are citeproc-hs issues, and I think many have already been addressed by now. In any case, the citeproc-hs issues tracker is the right place for them, so I'm closing this.

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