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Endnote xml'y format

James Howison
This is pulled from a word document my collaborator sent me.  It's the
text of an inline Endnote reference, to see if you have to click on the
in text cite and say "Toggle Codes".  I added some formatting to make
the structure clearer:

This looks eminently parse-able.

Google gives a few references to it eg.

http://www.mat.ethz.ch/research/publications/xml_format

but they all say it isn't documented (but that page offers everything
short of a schema).  Anyone know anything more?

--J

<EndNote>
        <Cite>
                <Author>Kidder</Author>
                <Year>1981</Year>
                <RecNum>423</RecNum>
                <record>
                        <database name="References plus.enl"
path="/Users/crowston/Documents/EndNote/References plus.enl">References
plus.enl</database>
                        <source-app name="EndNote" version="8.0">EndNote</source-app>
                        <rec-number>423</rec-number>
                        <ref-type name="Book">6</ref-type>
                        <contributors>
                                <authors>
                                        <author>
                                        <style face="normal" font="default" size="100%">Louise H.
Kidder</style>
                                        </author>
                                </authors>
                        </contributors>
                        <titles>
                                <title>
                                <style face="normal" font="default" size="100%">Research Methods in
Social Relations</style>
                                </title>
                        </titles>
                        <edition>
                                <style face="normal" font="default" size="100%">4th</style>
                        </edition>
                        <dates>
                                <year>
                                        <style face="normal" font="default" size="100%">1981</style>
                                </year>
                        </dates>
                        <pub-location>
                                <style face="normal" font="default" size="100%">New York</style>
                        </pub-location>
                        <publisher>
                                <style face="normal" font="default" size="100%">Holt, Rinehart and
Winston</style>
                        </publisher>
                        <urls></urls>
                </record>
        </Cite>
</EndNote>


--James
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Re: Endnote xml'y format

Bruce D'Arcus
On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 17:43:40 -0500, "James Howison" <[hidden email]>
said:

> This looks eminently parse-able.
>
> Google gives a few references to it eg.
>
> http://www.mat.ethz.ch/research/publications/xml_format
>
> but they all say it isn't documented (but that page offers everything
> short of a schema).  Anyone know anything more?

I created a RELAX NG schema of the latest Endnote XML DTD awhile back
that fills in some of the non-documented information (so I had to
convert the standard DTD, and then add in additional structure; for
example for the critical reference types).  

See here IIRC:

http://www.users.muohio.edu/darcusb/files/endnote-xml.tar.gz

Bruce


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Re: Endnote xml'y format

Bruce D'Arcus
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On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 17:43:40 -0500, "James Howison" <[hidden email]>
said:

> Google gives a few references to it eg.
>
> http://www.mat.ethz.ch/research/publications/xml_format
>
> but they all say it isn't documented (but that page offers everything
> short of a schema).  

BTW, I think the format documented above is an older version.  The newer
one is better (though still not great).

Bruce


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Re: Endnote xml'y format

M. David Peterson-2
Hey all...  the new repository is functional and is temporarily hosted at:

http://66.93.224.237/svn/citeproc/

This will revert back to
http://citeproc-source.x2x2x.org/svn/citeproc/ when I flip the switch
on this machine to accept traffic from 66.93.224.14, the IP of the
existing server.  I am just finishing up with importing all of trac
stuff and once this is functional and I have verified the ability to
host other projects on the same Trac server I will be make the final
switch.  In the mean time can you use this the above IP to check
anything new into?

Let me know if you have any troubles with this.  I am also looking at
trying to make this install SSH friendly... I'll let you know how it
turns out :D

Cheers :)

<M:D/>


On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 15:22:03 -0800, Bruce D'Arcus <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 17:43:40 -0500, "James Howison" <[hidden email]>
> said:
>
> > Google gives a few references to it eg.
> >
> > http://www.mat.ethz.ch/research/publications/xml_format
> >
> > but they all say it isn't documented (but that page offers everything
> > short of a schema).
>
> BTW, I think the format documented above is an older version.  The newer
> one is better (though still not great).
>
> Bruce
>
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Re: Endnote xml'y format

James Howison
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Is there anything you can't do ;)

BTW, sorry for cross posting that last.  Now the bibdesk-develop list
knows about the secret server.... I should control my urge to speak
widely!

Cheers,
James

On Mar 27, 2005, at 6:22 PM, Bruce D'Arcus wrote:

>
> On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 17:43:40 -0500, "James Howison" <[hidden email]>
> said:
>
>> Google gives a few references to it eg.
>>
>> http://www.mat.ethz.ch/research/publications/xml_format
>>
>> but they all say it isn't documented (but that page offers everything
>> short of a schema).
>
> BTW, I think the format documented above is an older version.  The
> newer
> one is better (though still not great).
>
> Bruce
>
>
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RE: Endnote xml'y format

Matthew J. Dovey
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> I am also looking at
> trying to make this install SSH friendly... I'll let you know how it
> turns out :D

Unless you have another need for SSH access, I would recommend avoiding
Subversion over SSH - it is really only intended for use when you can't
use it through Apache for some reason. Apart from anything else it can
be a security risk unless you are confident with chroot etc. The
subversion documents also recommend against running a repository with
multiple protocol access. Is there some reason you need SSH?

Matthew


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M. David Peterson-2
Oh wow, I didnt realize this was the case.  Thanks for the tip!

As far as need this is just one of the many requested features over
the last few months that always seemed like a good idea and as such
something to implement when time permitted.  But with this new source
of enlightenment it seems obvious this needs to be rethought... thats
Bruce's job :D  I stopped thinking back in 84'... best decision I've
ever made :D

Thanks for saving me a few hours from my week! :D

Cheers,

<M:D/>


On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 11:14:43 +0100, Matthew J. Dovey
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> > I am also looking at
> > trying to make this install SSH friendly... I'll let you know how it
> > turns out :D
>
> Unless you have another need for SSH access, I would recommend avoiding
> Subversion over SSH - it is really only intended for use when you can't
> use it through Apache for some reason. Apart from anything else it can
> be a security risk unless you are confident with chroot etc. The
> subversion documents also recommend against running a repository with
> multiple protocol access. Is there some reason you need SSH?
>
> Matthew
>
>
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M. David Peterson-2
Wait.. that would be '84, not 84' :D


On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 03:24:29 -0700, M. David Peterson
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Oh wow, I didnt realize this was the case.  Thanks for the tip!
>
> As far as need this is just one of the many requested features over
> the last few months that always seemed like a good idea and as such
> something to implement when time permitted.  But with this new source
> of enlightenment it seems obvious this needs to be rethought... thats
> Bruce's job :D  I stopped thinking back in 84'... best decision I've
> ever made :D
>
> Thanks for saving me a few hours from my week! :D
>
> Cheers,
>
> <M:D/>
>
> On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 11:14:43 +0100, Matthew J. Dovey
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > > I am also looking at
> > > trying to make this install SSH friendly... I'll let you know how it
> > > turns out :D
> >
> > Unless you have another need for SSH access, I would recommend avoiding
> > Subversion over SSH - it is really only intended for use when you can't
> > use it through Apache for some reason. Apart from anything else it can
> > be a security risk unless you are confident with chroot etc. The
> > subversion documents also recommend against running a repository with
> > multiple protocol access. Is there some reason you need SSH?
> >
> > Matthew
> >
> >
> > -------------------------------------------------------
> > SF email is sponsored by - The IT Product Guide
> > Read honest & candid reviews on hundreds of IT Products from real users.
> > Discover which products truly live up to the hype. Start reading now.
> > <a href="http://ads.osdn.com/?ad_ide95&alloc_id396&opclick">http://ads.osdn.com/?ad_ide95&alloc_id396&opclick
> > _______________________________________________
> > xbiblio-devel mailing list
> > [hidden email]
> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/xbiblio-devel
> >
>
> --
> <M:D/>
>
> :: M. David Peterson ::
> XML & XML Transformations, C#, .NET, and Functional Languages Specialist
>


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<M:D/>

:: M. David Peterson ::
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