LINGUIST List 12.2873

Thu Nov 15 2001

Qs: Bibliography Program, "The Structure of German"

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  1. Martin Kilarski, Bibliography program
  2. Anthony Fox, Revision of 'The Structure of German'

Message 1: Bibliography program

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 21:20:02 +0100 (MET)
From: Martin Kilarski <>
Subject: Bibliography program

Dear all,

I'm looking for a bibliography program that supports Unicode. Two
frequently used programs, Endnote and Biblioscape support only a single
set of characters, e.g., Times or Times CE, depending on the version of
windows. While the help file of Endnote 3 proudly says, "Characters from
Eastern European, Asian, or other non-Latin languages are not supported."
- the most recent version of Endnote (5) is silent on this point. 
Thus the only way for me to use say Polish and Danish characters is to
code one set or the other, which however creates problems with listing not
to mention the coding and decoding procedure.
Any help would be appreciated.

Dr Marcin Kilarski

School of English
Adam Mickiewicz University 
Al. Niepodleglosci 4
61-874 Poznan, Poland

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Message 2: Revision of 'The Structure of German'

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 13:02:21 GMT
From: Anthony Fox <lnp6atcfARTS-01.NOVELL.LEEDS.AC.UK>
Subject: Revision of 'The Structure of German'

My book 'The Structure of German' was first published in 
1990 and continues to be used in German Linguistics 
classes worldwide. I am about to begin a revision of the text 
and am eliciting suggestions from users as to the sort of 
updating they think would be appropriate and useful, without 
fundamentally altering the character of the work. Please 
send comments to:

Anthony Fox
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