econ.bst (ver.2.1)

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econ.bst (ver.2.1) is released.

econ.bst is available from http://shirotakeda.org/en/tex/econ-bst.html

Ver. 2.1 (2013-07-09)

  • URL field: In the new econ.bst, URL field can be displayed. If you set
    non-zero to `bst.show.url’, url field is displayed before note field (this is
    the default behavior). If you set zero to `bst.show.url’, url field is
    suppressed.
  • Added the new function `bst.url.pre’ and `bst.url.post’. These functions
    specify the strings before and after url field.
  • access field: Added the new function `bst.access.pre’ and
    `bst.access.post’. These functions specify the strings before and after access
    field. Note that access field is specific to econ.bst and not inherent in the
    standard bib file. The value of access field is used for accessed date for
    URL. For example, suppose that there are the following two settings in the bib
    file

    
          url          = {http://shirotakeda.org/en/tex/econ-bst.html},
          access       = {4th July, 2013}
      

    In the default econ.bst, these settings generate the reference like


    URL: http://shirotakeda.org/en/tex/econ-bst.html, accessed on 4th July, 2013.
  • Added the new function `bst.show.doi’. If you set non-zero to `bst.show.doi’,
    DOI field is displayed before note field. If you set zero to `bst.show.doi’,
    DOI field is suppressed (this is the default behavior). Note that DOI field is
    not inherent in the standard bib file. See econ-sample.pdf for an example.
  • Added the new function `bst.doi.pre’ and `bst.doi.post’. These functions
    specify the strings before and after DOI field.
  • Added the new function `bst.post.note’. This function specifies the strings
    after note field.
  • Added new type “online”. This is the document type for web page. Note that
    this is not inherent in the standard bib file and it does not work for other
    bst files.

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