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    Does one exist? JabRef is very good but it would be Nirvana to have such a program that could run solely on a virtual console. Anyone know of any?

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    Interesting - thank you! I'm not sure it'll have all the essential database facilities, but I'll definitely have a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flymail View Post
    Interesting - thank you! I'm not sure it'll have all the essential database facilities, but I'll definitely have a look.
    No it doesn't. Also, it also isn't a native BibTeX database application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flymail View Post
    Does one exist? JabRef is very good but it would be Nirvana to have such a program that could run solely on a virtual console. Anyone know of any?
    I haven't found anything for Google Scholar; but for PubMed, the answer is yes: PubMode | Free Science & Engineering software downloads at SourceForge.net - it's an Emacs plug-in. Is there any demand for a Vim version (which of course I'd prefer)? If there is, I might one day entertain the idea of a elisp>vimscript port.

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    Default Re: Console-based PubMed/Google scholar web-searching BibTeX reference manager?

    Quote Originally Posted by flymail View Post
    Is there any demand for a Vim version (which of course I'd prefer)? If there is, I might one day entertain the idea of a elisp>vimscript port.
    I guess there isn't!

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