I have also emailed the developer, Diomidis Spinellis, (he is the author of
some books like 'Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective') asking if he
could offer any suggestions for OpenOffice users who might like to try
Re: Rtfbtx and Openoffice
Date: Yesterday 5:07:58 pm
From: Diomidis Spinellis <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Thanks for letting me know. I was thinking about how difficult it would
be to apply the same process to create ODF instead of RTF a couple of
days ago. Unfortunately, I don't now have the time to invest in
learning ODF. I'd be happy to make any modifications to the produced
RTF in order to make it interoperate with OO in a better way. Also if
somebody would send me ODF boilerplate for some of the BibTeX styles, I
could try to make Rtfbtx create that code.
On Monday 08 May 2006 1:55 am, Christos Kloukinas wrote:
> Hi all,
> you may want to check out rtfbtx, a hacked collection of BibTeX styles for
> doing bibliographies with MS Word & BibTeX.
> It produces the bibliography in RTF format & uses bookmarks to link
> citations to it.
> I've tried using it with OpenOffice and it only works for the alpha style,
> since for the rest I'm supposed to link to the "paragraph number" of the
> bookmark and OO doesn't support such a thing.
> It is available at:
> http://www.dmst.aueb.gr/dds/sw/ports/rtfbtx/ >