I've just released version 1.2 of paperq. The biggest change is that I wrote another program in C, paperbib, that handles the BibTeX parsing (via btparse) and bibliography formatting. I guess it also might be handy as a standalone program. Anyway, the result is that paperq should run much faster and it should be more robust in parsing BibTeX files.
- Creating a tarball archive is now done via
-xbecause it makes more sense
- There is a new option,
max-authors, which sets the maximum number of authors to print before truncating and printing "et al.". Set this in the config file at
- btparse and libunistring are now dependencies