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Fixing typos in README.

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@@ -1,12 +1,11 @@
What is this?
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We like to keep track of any publications that actually *use* libmesh
-to to obtain results. It can be any type of publication: conference
+to obtain results. It can be any type of publication: conference
talk, poster, refereed article, technical report, user manual,
dissertation, etc. It's best if it is easily accessible from the web.
-We are *not* interested in tracking publications that only mention
-libmesh in a laundry list of FEM libraries, although it is nice to
-have the citations ;-)
+We don't track publications here that only mention libmesh in a laundry
+list of FEM libraries, although it is nice to have the citations ;-)
@@ -31,22 +30,25 @@ OK, so what can I do?
relevant details.
* Generate a PDF:
- Type 'make libmesh_refs'. Assuming you have a reasonably modern
- version of LaTeX installed, it will produce a file called libmesh_refs.pdf
- with all the references organized by year. This is mostly useful for
- checking that your citation renders correctly (accents, etc.) in PDF.
+ Type 'make all_pdfs'. Assuming you have a reasonably modern version
+ of LaTeX installed, it will produce a file called all_pdfs.pdf with
+ all the references organized by year. This is useful for ensuring
+ that your citation renders correctly (accents, etc.) in PDF.
* Update the publications.php site:
You must have bibtex2html installed, grab it here:
- https://www.lri.fr/~filliatr/bibtex2html I built from source, but
- the binaries might also work for you. Once that's installed and in
- your PATH, run the ./create_website.sh script. Several files will
- be generated, the main one is called publications.php. You may be
- able to view it locally by renaming it to publications.html and
- pointing your browser at file:///path/to/publications.html. Once
- you are satisfied with the results, you can upload them to the
- libmesh site (assuming your sf account name is jimbob and you are a
- developer on the libmesh project) by doing:
+
+ https://www.lri.fr/~filliatr/bibtex2html
+
+ I built from source, but the binaries might also work for you. Once
+ that's installed and in your PATH, run the ./create_website.sh
+ script. Several files will be generated, the main one is called
+ publications.php. You may be able to view it locally by renaming it
+ to publications.html and pointing your browser at
+ file:///path/to/publications.html. Once you are satisfied with the
+ results, you can upload them to the libmesh site (assuming your sf
+ account name is jimbob and you are a developer on the libmesh
+ project) by doing:
sftp jimbob,libmesh@web.sf.net
cd htdocs
@@ -68,4 +70,4 @@ Any other tips I should know?
LocalWords: libmesh bibtex preprints Makefile PDF php JWP LaTeX pdf
-LocalWords: html jimbob sftp cd htdocs TODO
+LocalWords: html jimbob sftp cd htdocs TODO pdfs jwpeterson gmail

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