Better Bib(La)TeX for Zotero/Juris-M Circle CI

This extension aims to make Zotero/Juris-M effective for us text-based authoring holdouts; currently, that translates to the LaTeX/Markdown crowd. To get started, read the Installation instructions. At its core, it behaves like any Zotero import/export module; anywhere you can export or import bibliography items in Zotero, you’ll find Better Bib(La)TeX listed as one of the choices. If nothing else, you could keep your existing workflow as-is, and just enjoy the emproved LaTeX <-> unicode translation on im-and export. Over and above this improvement, it adds the following features to Zotero:

BBT works from BibTeXing and Tame the BeaST for BibTeX, and The Biblatex Package for BibLaTeX, but since there isn’t really a definitive manual for either format that is universally followed by Bib(La)TeX editors/processors, I’m pragmatic about implementing what works.

Niceties

Got problems? We got fixes!

If you have any questions on the use of the plugin, please do not hesitate to file a GitHub issue to ask for help. If you’re reporting a bug in the plugin, please take a moment to glance through the Support Request Guidelines; it will make sure I get your problem fixed as quick as possible. Clear bug reports commonly have time-to-fix of 10 minutes. The guidelines are very detailed, perhaps to the point of being off-putting, but please do not fret; these guidelines simply express my ideal bug submission. I of course prefer very clearly documented issue reports over fuzzy ones, but I prefer fuzzy ones over missed ones.