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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2022
    • (edited May 10th 2022)

    For what it’s worth, for bib-items I am trying to stick to this formatting convention:

    That’s essentially what I have been doing for a while now, except that lately I came to think of putting those square brackets around the web-links, which seems to make good sense.

    Just to beware that in Instiki a square bracket preceding a link needs escaping to prevent the parser from seeing a double square bracket command. So currently I am coding this using math mode:

        * [[First Last]], *Title*, Journal, **vol** num (year) page-page $[$[arXiv:xxxxxx](url), [doi:10.1007/xxxxxx](url)$]$
    • CommentRowNumber2.
    • CommentAuthorDavidRoberts
    • CommentTimeMay 10th 2022

    I like it. Is there another way of escaping the rendering, though? I’d have to have a play in the Sandbox, but you’ve probably already had a go at different options.

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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeJun 26th 2022

    Over here an anonymous user points out that (besides the inconvenient escaping by a unicode hex character) there is also the escaping of the square brackets by [ and ]

    For the record:

      * [[First Last]], *Title*, Journal, **vol** num (year) page-page [[arXiv:xxxxxx](url), [doi:10.1007/xxxxxx](url)]

    (NB: The ] is not strictly necessary – an ] would do as far as the rendered text is concerned – but with ] the source code is less mysterious, I suppose.)

    This is slightly more inconvenient to type then my hack $[$, but of course functionally it is much better. I’ll try to stick to it now.