citeproc-hs-0.3.0 released

Hi,

just a few words to announce the release of citeproc-hs-0.3.0, which
has been uploaded to HackageBD a few minutes ago.

Now you should be able to use cabal-install to download and
automatically install citeproc-hs and its dependencies.

Updated documentation can be found here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/

API documentation can be found here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/docs/

Instructions for runnng the citeproc-test suite can be read here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/#running-the-test-suite

Bug reports can be submitted here:
http://code.google.com/p/citeproc-hs/issues

I hope you will enjoy.

My best wishes for the new year!

Andrea

Hi,

just a few words to announce the release of citeproc-hs-0.3.0, which
has been uploaded to HackageBD a few minutes ago.

Awesome. Congratulations!

One little comment:

Now you should be able to use cabal-install to download and
automatically install citeproc-hs and its dependencies.

Updated documentation can be found here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/

API documentation can be found here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/docs/

In part in anticipation of this release and the updates in pandoc, I
started the new project to host 1.0 styles at github.

https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles

There’s still some social work to start getting people to use this
infrastructure, but I’d venture it may be a better link to give people
than zotero.org/styles?

Instructions for runnng the citeproc-test suite can be read here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/#running-the-test-suite

Bug reports can be submitted here:
http://code.google.com/p/citeproc-hs/issues

I hope you will enjoy.

Just to clarify, we’re still waiting on John to release an update of
pandoc to get the full experience?

My best wishes for the new year!

And to you too.

Bruce

Hi,

just a few words to announce the release of citeproc-hs-0.3.0, which
has been uploaded to HackageBD a few minutes ago.

Awesome. Congratulations!

Great stuff, Andrea! That’s quite a large deposit in the favor bank
to kick off the new year.

One little comment:

Now you should be able to use cabal-install to download and
automatically install citeproc-hs and its dependencies.

Updated documentation can be found here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/

API documentation can be found here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/docs/

In part in anticipation of this release and the updates in pandoc, I
started the new project to host 1.0 styles at github.

https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles

(Bruce: Great to have the new home for styles online. Will it be
updated [or synced] from zotero.org while the latter remains in
service?)

There’s still some social work to start getting people to use this
infrastructure, but I’d venture it may be a better link to give people
than zotero.org/styles?

Instructions for runnng the citeproc-test suite can be read here:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/#running-the-test-suite

Bug reports can be submitted here:
http://code.google.com/p/citeproc-hs/issues

I hope you will enjoy.

Just to clarify, we’re still waiting on John to release an update of
pandoc to get the full experience?

My best wishes for the new year!

And to you too.

Many, many happy returns.

Frank

In part in anticipation of this release and the updates in pandoc, I
started the new project to host 1.0 styles at github.

https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles

(Bruce: Great to have the new home for styles online. Will it be
updated [or synced] from zotero.org while the latter remains in
service?)

Per my post on zotero-dev (cc-ed here), I’m not really sure. I’d like
to see development move to github, but we need to jump start that.
Maybe a cron job in the interim?

Bruce

Hello,On 9 January 2011 15:22, Bruce D’Arcus <@Bruce_D_Arcus1> wrote:

In part in anticipation of this release and the updates in pandoc, I
started the new project to host 1.0 styles at github.

https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles

There’s still some social work to start getting people to use this
infrastructure, but I’d venture it may be a better link to give people
than zotero.org/styles?

Would be nice. But we need the same “interface” to browse styles with previews.

Yes. I believe Ron Jerome is working on a little Drupal module to
interact with the github API. Once that’s done, I’d venture to say it
should be pretty easy to hook up a preview using citeproc-js?
Actually, arguably, we may not even need the github integration to get
that off the ground.

Bruce

In part in anticipation of this release and the updates in pandoc, I
started the new project to host 1.0 styles at github.

https://github.com/citation-style-language/styles

There’s still some social work to start getting people to use this
infrastructure, but I’d venture it may be a better link to give people
than zotero.org/styles?

I actually linked the new github repository in the API documentation:
http://code.haskell.org/citeproc-hs/docs/Text-CSL.html#1

I forgot to update thee link in the home page, though. I’ll do it
shortly.

I hope you will enjoy.

Just to clarify, we’re still waiting on John to release an update of
pandoc to get the full experience?

Yes, you need the next pandoc to enjoy the full experience. This is
going to happen shortly - a couple of weeks I think.

For the time being citeproc-hs can be used to run the test suite and
have an idea on where it fails.

Andrea

So do we have any ideas about how to best push forward with this?

I’d personally like to see an index page that pulled together the
metadata into a searchable/filteable and sortable table something like
this:

http://www.datatables.net/

Bruce