This document describes the use of the Xml Text Reader streaming API added to libxml2 in version 2.5.0 .
This API is closely modeled after the Xml Text Reader and Xml Reader classes of the C# language.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions or bug reports.
Thanks, Steve editor.And the code is all on github: https://github.com/citation-style-editor/csl-editor Thanks to recent work on citeproc-js by Frank Bennett, it allows the user to identify the relevant part of the CSL style by hovering over the formatted output.
It’s been just over a year now since I started work on the CSL editor with Mendeley and Columbia University.
The official project finished in October 2012, but the CSL editor itself is very much alive and well at: I’m selfishly interested in the success of this project because of the effort I spent as the original developer.
Steve editor.One change I’m excited about is the “Save Style” option in the “Style” menu, which makes it easy to get your edited styles into your reference manager, whether it’s Mendeley, Zotero, or Papers.