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Changes since 1.3: +23 -30 lines
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Update tex-biblatex to version 2.9a.


* Biber version 1.9 is required for biblatex 2.9a
* Fixed some bugs with defernumbers option
* With biber, the scanner for \mkcomprange will normalise any sequence of
  dashes with \bibrangedash and any (optionally space-surrounded) comma or
  semi-colon with \bibrangessep (see docs). Range compression now works
  properly in citation notes.


* Biber version 1.9 is required for biblatex 2.9
* With biber, the \printshorthands functionality is subsumed under a more
  general "bibliography list" functionality. See the documentation for
  \printbiblist and the new examples file "92-bibliographylists.tex".
  Previous list of shorthands macros have legacy aliases for backwards
* INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE - The generalisation of the \printshorthands facility
  into a bibliography list printing facility necessitated changing the
  default bibliography environment name for printing shorthands from
  "shorthands" to "shorthand" so that it matches the field name it uses.
  This allows the other relevant "short*" fields to be automatically
  available with environments, filters etc. for building bibliography lists
  of abbreviations. The same applies to the default "shorthands" driver
  which is now called "shorthand". If you (re)define either the "shorthands"
  bibliography environment or the "shorthands" driver in your style, please
  change the names to remove the "s" or you will pick up the internal
  defaults instead.
* The data model defining macros are no longer valid in a document
  (including the preamble). They in fact only ever partially worked as
  biblatex uses the data model to define some internal macros before the
  preamble and document is read. Using these macros in a document would
  lead to strange behaviour sooner or later and so now they are disabled
  after the data model is loaded and will generate a warning.
* The "sortlocale" option no longer passes its value to the biber option of
  the same name. Biblatex now has its own "sortlocale" option which is used
  to set the global sorting locale on sorting specifications which don't
  define one. The ability to define sorting locales per-sortscheme is new
  in this version. See the PDF documentation. This is unlikely to impact
  anyone. The biber "sortlocale" option can be use to override the
  biblatex-specified sorting locales if you need to.


* INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE - The "language" option has new values. "language=autobib" changes
  language for bibliography entries based on the LANGID field and the "autolang" option setting.
  As a new feature, "language=autocite" does the same for citations. "language=auto" sets
  both "autocite" and "autobib" and the default is "lanauge=autobib". This is a change from
  the previous default. If your style sets "language=auto" explicitly, you will get the new
  citation language switching behaviour and might want to use "language=autobib" to get the old
  behaviour back.


* Biber version 1.8 is required for biblatex 2.8
* Polyglossia is now better supported
* The HYPHENATION field is now called LANGID. The old name still works for backwards compat. This
  field does a lot more than just selecting hyphenation patterns and was misleading.
* New field LANGIDOPTS for Polyglossia users allows specification of
  language-specific options (like variants such as "american" english and
  babelshorthands etc.). See the biblatex-examples.bib file which has been
  converted to use the new field names and fields.
* "babel" option renamed to "autolang". Old name generates a warning but
  still works. Since Polyglossia support now basically works, this name is now
  too package specific. There is a new value "langname" for this option
  which is Polyglossia only and allows the use of the main polyglossia language
  switching environment which can use the options given in the LANGIDOPTS field.
* New value "year" for "datelabel" option
* New internal field "datelabelsource" for package authors specifies which
  date field the datelabel was generated from.


* Bugfix release for 2.7


* Biber version 1.7 is required for biblatex 2.7

* New field EVENTTITLEADDON now part of default data model and default styles

* Many citation command enhancements, better flow-of-text integration for
  \textcite et al. See changelog in PDF doc for details.


* Biber version 1.6 is required for biblatex 2.6

* INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE - \DeclareLabelyear is now \DeclareLabeldate so
  that the extra fields labelmonth and labelday can be generated by
  biber. The 'labelyear' package option is now called 'labeldate'. The
  old names will work but will generate warnings. The default
  definition for \DeclareLabeldate in biblatex.def results in the same
  behaviour as with the old \DeclareLabelyear.

* Localised and fixed string fallbacks now possible as values for labelyear field

* Cyclic and cascading RELATED entries now working properly.


* Biber version 1.5 is required for biblatex 2.5

* New  sourcemap step "entrynull" can be used to completely skip an entry.


* Biber version 1.4 is required for biblatex 2.4

* New macro \DeclareStyleSourcemap for style authors who want to define source mappings which
  are not changed by users using \DeclareSourcemap. Style maps so defined are run after user
  mappings and before driver default mappings.

* New RELATEDOPTIONS field giving more control over the exact options for related entry processing

* INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE - \DeclareLabelname, \DeclareLabelTitle and \DeclareLabelyear now have
  a different syntax in order to prepare for future multi-script support. The change is minor -
  just wrap all fields in \field{} and don't use any commas to separate fields. For example, the
  default definition of \DeclareLabelname was:


  and is now:



*  Biber version 1.3 is required for biblatex 2.3

*  New "append" mode for \DeclareSourcemap so that fields can be combined

*  Detection of some situations which requires biber or latex reruns.
   Specifically, when sorting schemes are added or removed, when citations are added
   or removed, when sorting=none and citation order changes and the interactions of
   these situations when defernumbers=true. Biblatex should now report that a re-run is
   required in such situations.

*  Bugfixes


*  Biber version 1.2 is required for biblatex 2.2

*  Bugfixes


*  Biber version 1.1 is required for biblatex 2.1

*  Custom data models is now looked for in more places. See PDF
   documentation. Custom data model conflicts are now better processed by

*  Some improved localisation (Norwegian) and doc fixes.


*  Biber is now the default backend. Biblatex 2.0 requires biber
   1.0.  It will not work with any earlier release of biber due to
   .bcf format changes required to support the new list-local sorting

*  Biblatex with bibtex as the backend is now frozen at version 1.7. When
   using biblatex with the option "backend=bibtex" (which must be
   specified now, the default is backend=biber if no option is specified),
   biblatex 1.7 will be automatically used. Apart from important bug fixes,
   no more development will be done on the 1.7 branch which means that
   users must switch to backend=biber (or don't specify the backend at all)
   to get version 2.0 and future new features. All major new 2.0 features
   require biber anyway so this is no real change for bibtex users.

*  New options to enable counters which track different combinations of
   information. Here is a summary which contains all tracking options,
   including the new ones (row marked with with a star, table is also in
   the PDF documentation):

                   Enabled     Enabled          Tracked
   Option          field       counter          information
   --------------  ----------  --------------   -------------------
   labelalpha      labelalpha  extraalpha       label
   labelyear       labelyear   extrayear        labelname+labelyear
   *labeltitle     ---         extratitle       labelname+labeltitle
   *labeltitleyear ---         extratitleyear   labeltitle+labelyear

   The naming of the options and counters is a little unintuitive because
   the original ones were named before requests for the new ones were made.
   The "Tracked information" column makes clear which information is tracked
   by the counters. The new counters will appear in the .bbl inside an entry
   and can be used just like "extraalpha" and "extrayear". The new options
   controlling the new counters are false by default and are not used by the
   standard styles.

*  The biblatex data model is now customisable using the \DeclareDatamodel*
   macros. This allows the use of new entrytypes and fields, as long as the
   style supports them.

*  Controlling initials generation

   A biblatex macro interface (\DeclareNoinit) is now available to declare
   regular expressions to strip from names before generating initials for
   them. This mirrors the Biber config file functionality on a per-document
   basis. A common use, for example, might be to strip certain prefices
   from names so that they do not end up as initials.

*  Fine tuning sorting strings

   A biblatex macro interface (\DeclareNosort) is now available to declare
   regular expressions to strip from fields or types of fields for sorting
   purposes. This mirrors the Biber config file functionality on a per-document
   basis. A common use, for example, might be to strip "The " from titles for
   sorting purposes.

*  Sorting option for bibliography/shorthand lists

   \printbibliography and \printshorthands now have a "sorting" option so
   you can choose a sorting scheme for each bibliography/shorthand list
   instead of using the global sorting scheme. This means that you can
   issue \printbibliography or \printshorthands as many times as you need
   to, anywhere in the document and have the resulting list sorted in the
   way required.

*  Dynamic datasource modification

   A biblatex macro interface (\DeclareSourcemap) is now available to
   allow users to dynamically modify data as it is read by Biber. This
   can be used to do many things like remove unwanted fields,
   regularise field contents, add new fields etc. all without write
   access to the datasource. The biblatex manual has a large section
   on this feature, with many examples. This feature is identical in
   functionality to Biber's "sourcemap" option but having a macro
   interface allows it to be used on a per-document basis. The default
   mappings for datasource drivers are definable too, using

*  Customisable labels

   A new macro interface is implemented (\DeclareLabelalphaTemplate)
   which allows customisation of the label used in alphanumeric
   styles. The previous static labels are now implemented in terms of
   the new interface. The biblatex manual has a section on this
   feature with examples. One edge-case has changed with the new
   definition of the previous default label generation behaviour: a
   name with a prefix will now include 3 characters after the prefix
   instead of 2 ("van Rompel" will be "vRom" instead of "vRo"). The
   previous behaviour was anomolous anyway. There are options to
   auto-disambiguate labels in several ways.

*  Related entries

   A general method to support "related entries" is implemented. This
   allows a localisable, flexible way to deal with relationships between
   entries like "reprint of", "translation of", "reprinted in" etc.

   Three new entry fields are available to support this - "related",
   "relatedtype" and "relatedstring". Biber will automatically create
   "dataonly" clones of the related entries so that their data can be
   accessed in styles without having to cite them. Related entries may
   also be cited themselves which does not interfere in any way with this
   mechanism. The standard styles have been updated to support the new
   fields. New punctuation macros are available to format the new fields
   in the bibliography ("relatedpunct", "relateddelim", "related").

*  Citation key aliases

   It is now possible to include a new field "ids" in an entry which
   is a comma-separated list of citation key aliases. The entry can be
   cited by any of the aliases, which helps when you updated your
   entry keys but don't want to change old documents.

*  Option to sort names only using initials

   The new option "sortfirstinits" allows users to specify that name
   sorting only uses initials instead of the full name. Previously,
   even if "firstinits" was true, sorting used full names.

*  New citation commands

   Starred variants of \citeyear and \citedate are now available which
   include the extrayear information.

Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Apr 8 18:29:41 2013 UTC (7 years, 5 months ago) by asau
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Changes since 1.2: +31 -24 lines
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Revert pkglint-induced nonsense.

Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Apr 7 20:49:40 2013 UTC (7 years, 5 months ago) by rodent
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Changes since 1.1: +24 -31 lines
Diff to previous 1.1 (colored)

Edited DESCR in the case of:
 File too long (should be no more than 24 lines).
 Line too long (should be no more than 80 characters).
 Trailing empty lines.
 Trailing white-space.
Trucated the long files as best as possible while preserving the most info
contained in them.

Revision / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs] (vendor branch), Thu Mar 22 20:15:12 2012 UTC (8 years, 6 months ago) by markd
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Changes since 1.1: +0 -0 lines
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import tex-biblatex 1.7

The biblatex package is a complete reimplementation of the
bibliographic facilities provided by LaTeX in conjunction with
BibTeX. It redesigns the way in which LaTeX interacts with
BibTeX at a fairly fundamental level. With biblatex, BibTeX is
only used (if it is used at all) to sort the bibliography and
to generate labels. Instead of being implemented in BibTeX's
style files, the formatting of the bibliography is entirely
controlled by TeX macros. Good working knowledge in LaTeX
should be sufficient to design new bibliography and citation
styles -- there is no need to learn BibTeX's postfix stack
language. Just like the bibliography styles, all citation
commands may be freely (re)defined. In fact, users need not
remain bound to BibTeX for use with biblatex: an alternative
bibliography processor biblatex-biber is available. Development
of biblatex and biblatex-biber is closely coupled; the present
release of biblatex is designed to work with biblatex-biber
version 0.9.3. The package needs e-TeX, and uses the author's
etoolbox and logreq packages. For users of biblatex-biber,
version 0.9 is required (at least; refer to the notes for the
version of biblatex-biber that you are using). Apart from the
features unique to biblatex, the package also incorporates core
features of the following packages: babelbib, bibtopic,
bibunits, chapterbib, cite, inlinebib, mcite and mciteplus,
mlbib, multibib, splitbib. There are also some conceptual
parallels to the natbib and amsrefs packages. The biblatex
package supports split bibliographies, multiple bibliographies
within one document, and separate lists of bibliographic
shorthands. Bibliographies may be subdivided into parts (by
chapter, by section, etc.) and/or segmented by topics (by type,
by keyword, etc.). The package is fully localized and can
interface with the babel package.

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