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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Re: sorting bibliography by authors

I have no idea about this elisp thing.

Does this mean I have to sort out my bibliography manually and enter 
them in order I want? What if I have to make another entry? then I have 
to sort the whole thing myself and determine the correct position for 
that new entry. Isn't there a nice way of doing this?

If it cannot be accomplished through customization layer it's ok for me. 
Since I already have hundreds of entry in my bibliography, I think I 
need some sort of utility which will do the sorting for me. I am sure 
people had written thesis in docbook and I am also sure there must be 
some nice way of sorting things out like this.

Any advice?

Deepak K. Shrestha

Michael Smith wrote:
> Yoshihiro Toda <ystoda@yahoo.co.jp> writes:
>># BTW, is there any way to define `advice' (in elisp sense) in XSLT?
> What does "advice" in elisp do? It's sort of way to add or change
> parts of a function, without redefining the whole function right?
> If so, I don't think there is no equivalent in XSLT (not in XSLT
> 1.0 at least). If you are using a customization layer that imports
> a certain template and you want to change what any part of what a
> template does, you have to redefine the whole template in your
> customization layer.

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