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'refdb' is a reference database and bibliography software. It helps anyone writing publications keep track of journal articles, books, and other printed or electronic material, to associate notes with their material, and to automatically generate bibliographies for all kinds of publications. The primary output formats are RIS, DocBook SGML/XML, TEI XML, and TeX compatible with bibtex/natbib; the package targets markup languages rather than word processors. Users can add other SGML and XML document types by creating suitable stylesheets.


User manual included and available in PostScript, HTML, DVI, PDF, RTF, and DocBook SGML formats from; User tutorial available in PostScript, HTML, DVI, PDF, RTF, and DocBook SGML formats from


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released on 7 November 2007

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GPLv2orlaterKelly Hopkins16 February 2010

Leaders and contributors

Markus Hoenicka Maintainer
See the AUTHORS file in the distribution for a complete list Contributor

Resources and communication

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Developer VCS Repository Webview
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Developer Mailing List Info/Archive
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Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use Database Independent Abstraction Layer for C
Required to use libdbi-drivers
Required to use expat

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 15 December 2004.


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