Saša Janiška <email@example.com> writes:
> I see in the README: "Please note that the Citar-Denote package only
> works with Org Mode Denotes files." so I wonder if there is plan to
> provide support Markdown files since, afaict, Citar does support them,
> or should we consider to use Org-mode in Denote?
Peter's code is clean and the package is crafted to allow for easy
changes. You can try this one-line change -- diff in the body of the
email below. It is just to change function 'citar-denote--create-note'.
If you make sure the following, Citar-Denote should work for your
markdown files (it did for me for my markdown-yaml):
1. Configure user option 'denote-file-type' to markdown ('markdown-yaml
2. Have a tag appear as part of the file name (Citar-Denote adds "bib"
and it searches for "_bib" in file names)
A) When you create a note, Citar-Denote adds "#+reference: <cite-key>"
around line 10 of your markdown file. Keep it as it is. This is
Citar-Denote searches for the string with regexp.
Perhaps this something you could have a suggestion for change and
contribute to Peter's efforts (if he is happy to accept a PR)?
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
(defun citar-denote--create-note (key &optional entry)
"Create a bibliography note for `KEY' with properties `ENTRY'."
- (let ((denote-file-type nil)) ; make sure it is Org
+ (let ((denote-file-type denote-file-type)) ; make sure it is Org
;;(citar-get-value "title" key)
(read-string "Title: " (citar-get-value "title" key))