Indexing Byte and using BibTex

From: Ward Donald Griffiths III <>
Date: Thu Dec 10 22:38:17 1998

Doug Yowza wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Dec 1998, Richard A. Cini, Jr. wrote:
> > Does anyone have any experience using BiBTex on the PeeCee? I downloaded the
> > Byte indices from 1975 to 1990, but I was not able to D/L any of the
> > non-Unix tools from the site I was on.
> By non-Unix, I assume you mean Windows. I haven't tried it myself, but
> this looks promising:
> If you're looking for tools on Windows that can automatically create
> indices and TOC's from the BibTex data, I don't know of any. I plan to
> write that software myself for Linux because I want to integrate with
> other database info (ties to inventory, histories, etc.)

Why write it afresh? Last I heard, all of the old Unix BibTex tools
worked just fine with Linux. (Yes, they can use "enhancement" to
make them "user-friendly").
Ward Griffiths <> <>
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