make a bibliography for (La)TeX using Russian letters as item names
see also :
bibtex - sed
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is used to run bibtex(1) on auxiliary files with
Russian characters in item names (citation keys). It is part
of the T2 package.
copies the auxiliary file to /tmp, uses sed(1)
to convert Cyrillic character commands to their 8-bit ASCII
equivalents; runs bibtex(1) on the modified file; and
finally moves the original auxiliary file back (overwriting
the modified file).
assumes that the bibtex(1) database (bib)
files are encoded with the KOI8-R encoding.
The T2 package is Copyright 1997-1999 Werner Lemberg, Vladimir
Volovich and any individual authors listed elsewhere in package
It may be distributed under the conditions of the LaTeX Project
Public License, either version 1.1 of this license or (at your
option) any later version.
LaTeX auxiliary file
None known, but
report any bugs found to the authors.
<wl[:at:]gnu[:dot:]org>, Vladimir Volovich
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