POLL: Are you interested in EndNote for Linux?

Dave Blake dblake at 209-142-17-236.oak.inreach.net
Wed Sep 30 23:12:10 EST 1998

On 30 Sep 1998 14:53:49 -0600, pjf <zinc at zifi.genetics.utah.edu> wrote:
>Hi folks,
>I am taking an informal (obviously) poll to gauge support for a Linux
>version of EndNote. I have no affiliation with Niles Software. I am a
>Linux user who would like to see a port of this program for my
>favorite OS.

And while we are at it, I have a perl
script that converts Melvyl emailed references
into Bibtek format.

Free to anyone who asks. It is designed to be part
of a mail filtering system such as procmail so
that when you email references to yourself, the
filtering pipes them through the perl script, which
makes a bibtek record, adds it to a designated 
bibtek database, re-alphabetizes the database,
and throws out duplicate records.

This program is part of my favorite reference manager,
and it truly makes setting up a bibliography database
a snap for those using the world's most powerful
common document creator software - laTeX.

I could also be persuaded to hack it for other
record formats, if interest exists.

dblake at phy.ucsf.edu

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