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doi​2bib​Sublime

by monty5811 ST3

Automatically attempt to convert a DOI to BibTeX entry.

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doi2bibSublime

Automatically attempt to convert a DOI to BibTeX entry.

Inspired by http://www.doi2bib.org/

Installation

Package Control: 1. Run Package Control: Install Package command 2. Search for doi2bibSublime

Or manually, clone this repository into Packages directory (can be found using Preferences: Browse Packages command in Sublime Text)

Usage

Highlight a DOI and press ctrl + alt + d