#convert #citeworks #cff #csl

app citeworks-cli

csl2cff tool to write a CSL-JSON bibliography to a CFF file

2 releases

0.1.1 Aug 31, 2022
0.1.0 Aug 13, 2022

#1758 in Command line utilities


1.5K SLoC


Install cargo binstall citeworks-cli.


$ csl2cff bibli.json
- type: article
  - family-names: Vaidya
    given-names: Nina
  - family-names: Solgaard
    given-names: Olav
  abstract: Complex optical devices including aspherical focusing mirrors, solar concentrator
    arrays, and immersion lenses were 3D printed using commercial technology and experimentally
    demonstrated by evaluating surface roughness and shape. The as-printed surfaces
    had surface roughness on the order of tens of microns. To improve this unacceptable
    surface quality for creating optics, a polymer smoothing technique was developed.
    Atomic force microscopy and optical profilometry showed that the smoothing technique
    reduced the surface roughness to a few nanometers, consistent with the requirements
    of high-quality optics, while tests of optical functionality demonstrated that
    the overall shapes were maintained so that near theoretically predicted operation
    was achieved. The optical surface smoothing technique is a promising approach
    towards using 3D printing as a flexible tool for prototyping and fabrication of
    miniaturized high-quality optics.
  collection-title: Microsystems & Nanoengineering
  copyright: 2018 The Author(s)
  database: www.nature.com
  date-accessed: 2022-08-12
  doi: 10.1038/s41378-018-0015-4
  start: 1
  end: 8
  issn: 2055-7434
  issue: '1'
  issue-date: 2018-07-16
  journal: Microsyst Nanoeng
  - en
  title: 3D printed optics with nanometer scale surface roughness
  url: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41378-018-0015-4
  volume: 4

Append to CITATION.cff's references:

$ csl2cff bibli.json --insert CITATION.cff

Replace the whole references list:

$ csl2cff bibli.json --replace CITATION.cff

Félix Saparelli (:passcod)

License: Apache 2.0.


~247K SLoC