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cb2Bib

   1.4.9  

KDE Scientific

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cb2Bib
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Depends on  Qt 4.x
Downloads:  5683
Submitted:  Jul 6 2004
Updated:  Nov 5 2012

Description:

The cb2Bib is a tool for rapidly extracting bibliographic references from email alerts, journal web pages, and PDF files. It facilitates the capture of single references from unformatted and non standard sources. Output references are written in BibTeX. Article files can be easily linked and renamed by dragging them onto the cb2Bib window. Additionally, it permits editing and browsing BibTeX files, citing references, searching references and the full contents of the referenced documents, inserting bibliographic metadata to documents, and writing short notes that interrelate several references.




Changelog:

This maintenance release fixes an issue with temporary files when operated remotely, adds some code cleanups and speedups, and sets minor improvements in keyword extraction.




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 Compilation problem

 
 by Zibi1981 on: Sep 9 2007
 
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I can't compile it from source. Here's what I get:

[zibi1981@localhost cb2bib-0.8.4]$ ./configure

Configuration script for cb2Bib (Unix/Linux/MacOSX)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Platform: Linux
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Setting installation directories...
Setting installation relative to dir: /usr
Setting installation executable to dir: /usr/bin
Setting installation cb2Bib data files relative to dir: /usr/share/cb2bib
Setting installation desktop data files to dir: /usr/share/applications
Setting installation icon file to dir: /usr/share/pixmaps
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
cb2Bib Info:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
- This version requires Qt 4.2.0 or later

- Set the environment variable QTDIR before running this script if it
cannot determine the right, Qt 4.2's qmake
- QTDIR will only be used during configuration; it can later be reset
to its original value

- Alternatively, set Qt 4.2 qmake's fullpath name with --qmakepath flag
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Checking for Qt/qmake:
Using QTDIR environment variable for Qt directory location.
Checking for Qt tools at /usr/lib/qt3/...
Checking for qmake tool... using /usr/lib/qt3//bin/qmake.

Checking for additional tools:
Checking for make... using /usr/bin/gmake
Checking for kfmclient... using /usr/bin/kfmclient
Checking for pdftotext... using /usr/bin/pdftotext

Setting clipboardPoll Enabled (Unix/Linux only)
Running /usr/lib/qt3//bin/qmake -o Makefile

Configuration ended. Type 'make' and 'make install'.
[zibi1981@localhost cb2bib-0.8.4]$ make
cd src && qmake src.pro -o Makefile
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bBibPreparser_Log.cpp (c2bBibPreparser_Log.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bBibPreparser_Log.h (c2bBibPreparser_Log.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bConfigure.cpp (c2bConfigure.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bConfigure.h (c2bConfigure.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bConfigure_FR.cpp (c2bConfigure_FR.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bConfigure_FR.h (c2bConfigure_FR.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bEditor.cpp (c2bEditor.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bEditor.h (c2bEditor.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bPdfImport.cpp (c2bPdfImport.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bPdfImport.h (c2bPdfImport.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bPostprocess.cpp (c2bPostprocess.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bPostprocess.h (c2bPostprocess.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bReferenceList.cpp (c2bReferenceList.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bReferenceList.h (c2bReferenceList.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bSaveRegExp.cpp (c2bSaveRegExp.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bSaveRegExp.h (c2bSaveRegExp.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of cb2Bib.cpp (cb2Bib.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of cb2Bib.h (cb2Bib.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of findDialog.cpp (findDialog.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of findDialog.h (findDialog.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bRL_webSearchSettings.cpp (c2bRL_webSearchSettings.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bRL_webSearchSettings.h (c2bRL_webSearchSettings.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bSearchInFiles.cpp (c2bSearchInFiles.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bSearchInFiles.h (c2bSearchInFiles.h) in HEADERS
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bSearchInFilesPattern.cpp (c2bSearchInFilesPattern.cpp) in SOURCES
WARNING: Found potential symbol conflict of c2bSearchInFilesPattern.h (c2bSearchInFilesPattern.h) in HEADERS
cd src && make -f Makefile
make[1]: Wejście do katalogu `/home/zibi1981/tmp/cb2bib-0.8.4/src'
Makefile:1049: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bBibPreparser_Log.cpp'
Makefile:965: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bBibPreparser_Log.cpp'
Makefile:1052: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bConfigure.cpp'
Makefile:980: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bConfigure.cpp'
Makefile:1055: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bConfigure_FR.cpp'
Makefile:983: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bConfigure_FR.cpp'
Makefile:1058: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bEditor.cpp'
Makefile:986: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bEditor.cpp'
Makefile:1061: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bPdfImport.cpp'
Makefile:995: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bPdfImport.cpp'
Makefile:1064: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bPostprocess.cpp'
Makefile:998: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bPostprocess.cpp'
Makefile:1067: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bReferenceList.cpp'
Makefile:1004: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bReferenceList.cpp'
Makefile:1070: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bSaveRegExp.cpp'
Makefile:1007: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bSaveRegExp.cpp'
Makefile:1073: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_cb2Bib.cpp'
Makefile:1019: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_cb2Bib.cpp'
Makefile:1076: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_findDialog.cpp'
Makefile:1025: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_findDialog.cpp'
Makefile:1079: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bRL_webSearchSettings.cpp'
Makefile:1031: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bRL_webSearchSettings.cpp'
Makefile:1082: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bSearchInFiles.cpp'
Makefile:1034: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bSearchInFiles.cpp'
Makefile:1085: uwaga: polecenia zakrywające dla obiektu `moc_c2bSearchInFilesPattern.cpp'
Makefile:1040: uwaga: ignoruję stare polecenia dla obiektu `moc_c2bSearchInFilesPattern.cpp'
/usr/lib/qt3//bin/uic c2bSearchInFilesPatternEdit.ui -o c2bSearchInFilesPatternEdit.h
uic: File generated with too recent version of Qt Designer (4.0 vs. 3.3.8)
make[1]: *** [c2bSearchInFilesPatternEdit.h] Błąd 1
make[1]: Opuszczenie katalogu `/home/zibi1981/tmp/cb2bib-0.8.4/src'
make: *** [sub-src] Błąd 2

Any ideas?

P.S. Some words are in Polish (I use Mandriva 2007.1 PL). If someone don't understand what they stand for, just let me know and I'll translate them :-)


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 Re: Compilation prob

 
 by constans on: Sep 9 2007
 
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Hi, the config script is taking Qt3 instead of Qt4. It can help using the flag
--qmakepath to where your qmake (Qt 4.1 or later) is located; or, perhaps typing 'unsetenv QTDIR' before configuring (the former choice is the safest). In either case, delete this directory (files get corrupted for some reason after qmake qt3 had run) and untar again the cb2bib's tarball. :-)
-------------------
Using QTDIR environment variable for Qt directory location.
Checking for Qt tools at /usr/lib/qt3/...
Checking for qmake tool... using /usr/lib/qt3//bin/qmake.


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 Re: Re: Compilation prob

 
 by Zibi1981 on: Sep 20 2007
 
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It seems I got only one version of qmake...

"[zibi1981@localhost cb2bib-0.8.4]$ qmake -v
Qmake version: 1.07a (Qt 3.3.8)
Qmake is free software from Trolltech ASA."

From where to get >=4.2?


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 Re: Re: Re: Compilat

 
 by constans on: Sep 21 2007
 
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That's the qmake's version number, which does not follow the library version numbering. On mandriva 2007 your qmake is at /usr/lib/qt4/bin/qmake. You will need the packages:
libqtcore4, libqtgui4, libqtnetwork4, libqt4-devel, libqtuitools4

The defaults for mandriva 2007 are Qt 4.1. Please, make sure to get 4.2 or later from somewhere, perhaps here:
http://club.mandriva.com/xwiki/bin/view/rpms/Package/23/libqt4-devel

Otherwise, cb2bib won't compile (I've tried to provide a binary for this distro. Unfortunately the buildservice has only default packages and I'm having this Qt 4.1/4.2 issue).

Cheers


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 CiteID Pattern

 
 by dayuhuangster on: Jun 29 2009
 
Score 50%

Hi,

I am engineering student and I found cb2bib really useful, especially when I used it together with Dropbox which basically put my bibtex accessible and manageable from every where.
One thing I need really badly and I am trying to see if I could contribute is MORE predefined CiteID Pattern. The most popular CiteID Pattern used among my collegues consists of the first three letters of all authors of the paper. The existing CiteID Pattern such as first author last name or all initials of the authors has the problem that many papers end up with the same ID.
The question I would like to ask is whether we could add more predefined CiteID Pattern by ourselves and how?
Thanks.


Dayu
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 Re: CiteID Pattern

 
 by constans on: Jun 30 2009
 
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Hi, regarding the question, to set non predefined CiteID patterns, you'll need to modify the class citeIDMaker at src/c2b. You'll need to create a tag, eg, author_all_initials, and then a member function that does the transformation you want, eg, makeCiteID_author_all_initials. This is enough. Once this is done, the tag can be set to c2bConfigure to make other users aware.

That answered, I'd like to note, as you already point out, that's important avoiding repeated entries, as something different from, 'correct latter'. Once an ID went to one/several of your latex writings... it's if not hard to consistently rename. Thus, cb2bib default is 'Last09p13', which includes the page number, and avoids repetition in series of papers like 'Something: Part I', etc, written by the same authors.

I'll be very happy to merge this changes back to the cb2bib if you want to.


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 Re: Re: CiteID Pattern

 
 by dayuhuangster on: Jun 30 2009
 
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Thanks for your reply! I use both the KDE version and the Windows version of cb2bib on my laptop and office machines, respectively. Could you please also point out where I can modify it in the Windows version? Thanks!



Best,

Dayu


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 Re: Re: Re: CiteID Pattern

 
 by constans on: Jun 30 2009
 
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You only need to modify this file. It will go on all platforms.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: CiteID Pattern

 
 by dayuhuangster on: Jul 9 2009
 
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Hi, I've added a new memberfunction to CiteIDMaker that does the job I wanted.

I am a little bit confused when you say "Once this is done, the tag can be set to c2bConfigure to make other users aware."
I edited the c2bCiteIDLineEdit(). Is that what you mean? Thanks a lot.
p.s. I'd be very glad to send you the modified file (CiteIDMaker.cpp/h, c2bCiteIDLineEdit.cpp/h). Where should I send it to?

Best,

Dayu


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: CiteID Pattern

 
 by constans on: Jul 9 2009
 
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Hi Dayu, I'm glad to hear it's working. On the first post, I pointed to what was strictly necessary to get what you wanted. Then I pointed to c2bConfigure to set there the new functionality, thus to make it visible to users. Sorry! I got confused. You're right. Modification must be in c2bCiteIDLineEdit (so then shows up at the configure dialog, etc). Sorry, my focus was on the first step at that time.

I'll be very happy, too, to include your modifications. You can send them at the email you'll see on the headers of the files.

Best,

Pere


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 2 errors in the script bib2pdf

 
 by superdino on: Sep 18 2009
 
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There are two errors in line 93 of this script.
The original line has this form:

tmp_dir=$(mktemp --tempdir c2b_tools_tmp.XXXXXXXX)

while the corrected line is:

tmp_dir=$(mktemp -d --tmpdir c2b_tools_tmp.XXXXXXXX)




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