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How does one do a bibliography on the n-Lab? Within a given article, I mean.
Are you thinking of the "reference style" links in Markdown? They aren't exactly a "bibliography" though; is there something more than that?
<p>How about what I tried in <a href="http://ncatlab.org/nlab/show/algebraic+theory">[[algebraic theory]]</a>?</p>
<p>At one point, we have the text</p>
<pre>Here is the connection between the logical and categorial descriptions, based on [Johnstone][], §§3.7&8.</pre>
<p>Then down at the bottom we have the reference</p>
<pre>* <span id="Johnstone"></span>
Peter Johnstone; Stone Spaces
[Johnstone]: #Johnstone</pre>
<p>That's a lot of repetitive typing, so clearly one could program a better way. But it seems to work.</p>
OK, check out what Urs did at infinity-stack homotopically. That's probably what I was thinking of in Comment 3 above.
Did you notice my comment on bibliographies?
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