rebiber VS VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape

Compare rebiber vs VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape and see what are their differences.

rebiber

A simple tool to update bib entries with their official information (e.g., DBLP or the ACL anthology). (by yuchenlin)

VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape

✍️ A way to integrate LaTeX, VS Code, and Inkscape in macOS (by sleepymalc)
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rebiber VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape
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rebiber

Posts with mentions or reviews of rebiber. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-11-25.
  • [D] How to find conference citation from arxiv
    1 project | /r/MachineLearning | 21 Dec 2022
    Check out rebiber
  • BibTeX Tidy
    14 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 25 Nov 2021
    This is great! Especially nice to be able to remove entire fields.

    Relatedly, here are a couple of tools to ensure that references are complete (e.g. updating arXiv papers to their published versions, mostly for computer science papers):

    - https://github.com/yuchenlin/rebiber (CLI, web interface)

    - https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~ga384/bibfix.html (only *ACL papers, web interface with diff, disclaimer: mine)

VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape

Posts with mentions or reviews of VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-03-01.
  • Is LaTeX Required/Recommended in Computer Science Courses?
    1 project | /r/LaTeX | 1 Jul 2023
    I would also recommend only really using the nVim setup from your links if you really like Vim. IMO VSCode is much easier and feature-rich for LaTeX, not to mention the deep language support for everything else. Here is a setup in VSCode that contains some other tools that you may not need, but it works very well for the needs of myself and some of my collaborators.
  • Easiest way to draw this and other similar things?
    1 project | /r/LaTeX | 3 Mar 2023
    Like why not? see this and this.
  • Come in if you are using VSCode.
    2 projects | /r/LaTeX | 1 Mar 2023
    Years ago, I turned the whole set-up into VSCode and documented them here. Some extensions I used are really powerful and even the author of LaTeX-Workshop doesn't know them, e.g., Hypersnips (according to here). It's now over years and most of the functionalities are stable, so maybe it's a good time to promote it here and popularize this incredible workflow inspired by Gilles Castel.
  • Is it worth learning LaTeX for live notetaking?
    2 projects | /r/LaTeX | 28 Feb 2023
    First of all, I'm still sad that we lost Gilles Castel in 2022, RIP. I myself implemented Gilles Castel's solution in VSCode in this repo, and took ~10 rigorous notes (each around 100 pages) in class, and I'm happy with the result. Some post-production is needed, but I only use my free time to do so. Hence it's all fine. After you get proficient, you can literally do everything in real time, as I'm currently doing. I think it's essential to understand your tool well if you're going to work with it in the next decades (I'm assuming this for you, but if you're not, then nevermind), hence some investment is not meaningless.
  • Survey: your LaTeX editor
    2 projects | /r/LaTeX | 26 Jan 2022
    As a CS student, I and my friend think it's probably a good idea to create a brained-new LaTeX-focus editor, which solves the above problems and with modern UI (yep, I know texmacs can pretty much do all the jobs I mentioned, but hey, it's almost 20 years old now) design and relatively user-friendly learning curve. Hence, I'm here to ask you guys what's exactly the problems you have with your currently LaTeX editors, with your personal environment (like OS, Editor, additional (special) configuration). Here is mine, as a starting point. I would like to hear any of your comments, suggestions, and opinions, since this little project is still in the discussion stage, nothing is decided!
  • VSCode+LaTeX+Inkscape+VSCodeVim for macOS users
    1 project | /r/LaTeX | 21 Oct 2021
    I recently completed the detailed tutorial on how to use LaTeX and Inkscape to take notes for math courses (of course, you can also take notes for other courses) Here is the GitHub repo. The original idea is taken from Gilles Castel's blog, which is incredible and I take this in order to meet my needs since I'm not comfortable using Linux and native Vim, so I create this repo to document how I transfer the whole setup from Linux-Vim to macOS-VSCode, which I think is more common and user-friendly.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing rebiber and VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape you can also consider the following projects:

zotero-better-bibtex - Make Zotero effective for us LaTeX holdouts

inkscape-shortcut-manager - Inkscape shorcut manager

LaTeX-OCR - pix2tex: Using a ViT to convert images of equations into LaTeX code.

inklayers - inklayers is a command line program that exports layers from an SVG file. It can be used to create slide shows by editing a single SVG file.

betterbib - :green_book: Command-line tools for bibliographies.

inkstitch - Ink/Stitch: an Inkscape extension for machine embroidery design

biblint - BibLint -- a system for fixing bibtex databases

quiver - A modern commutative diagram editor for the web.

zotero - Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, annotate, cite, and share your research sources.

SciencePlots - Matplotlib styles for scientific plotting

allmytexs

neovim - Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability

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