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Summary: User notes for the BibtexRef recipe.
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I am getting "Invalid BibTex Entry!" errors. I have tried ensuring that the $BibtexBibDir has a trailing slash, as discussed below. I've tried uploading the bib file into the "uploads" directory and even that approach doesn't work. I've tried different bib files. I've tried different BibTexRef commands. All of them fail similarly.

I get the following error message:

Warning: reset() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given in /PATHSNIPPED/pmwiki-2.2.63/cookbook/bibtexref/bibtexref3.php on line 853
Warning: Variable passed to each() is not an array or object in /PATHSNIPPED/pmwiki-2.2.63/cookbook/bibtexref/bibtexref3.php on line 855

I'm using the latest version that's in github.

  • (+/-) I've used this for a while in my ECD Wiki. It has been a handy way of citing references in a technical topic wiki. However, it seems to be broken with the PHP 5.5 upgrade and the preg_replace issue. Russell Almond -- Jun 15, 2016.

PLEASE PUT YOUR ENTRY DIRECTLY *ABOVE* THE [#usersend] LINE. The format should be: asterisk, either + or - in parentheses, comment, your name or profile link For example (obviously without the at the beginning): * (+) comment-text name?

Thanks!

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