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Subject: BibLaTeX data model using YAML syntax, possible?
Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2023 08:41:54 -0800 (PST)	[thread overview]
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  I'd like to  use a YAML file format, which I consider easier to write and 
more human-readable w.r.t. bib format, but using the biblatex data model 
(defined in chapter 2 of BibLaTeX manual, found at ctan/biblatex), which I 
prefer over CSL data model (defined in appendix III and IV of CSL 1.0.2 

  As far as I understand, by default, pandoc expects (ref. pandoc/manual, 
sec. Specifying bibliographic data)

    BibLaTeX data in a file formatted as .bib
    BibTeX data in a file formatted as .bib (and and extension as .bibtex)
    CSL data in a file formatted as JSON
    CSL data in a file formatted as YAML
    RIS data in a file formatted as .ris

Is it a way to use BibLaTeX data model in a YAML formatted file? Is there 
any caveats? There is a need of a Lua Filter? What does pandoc use to parse 
.yaml or .bib files and to write those? Where should I begin?


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