1. Clever trick! I’d probably have gone for brute force and ignorance doing a find and replace on \cite with blank. My backup plan being that the cited edition would be held in version control.

      • It’s becoming more common in my branch of academia. Really helps when collaborating on a paper. I’m finding it useful for solo work too, especially with multiple revisions. Key thing is to have each sentence on its own line, for ease of the change log.

  2. Herbert

    that is not clever, because \cite{foo} will output “foo” in the text.


    is a better choice.

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