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To use it copy the above text into a file, say <code>arxiv.sh</code>.  Then at the command line run <code>chmod u+x arxiv.sh</code> to made the script executable.  To use it run <code>arxiv.sh hep-th/0612999</code>.  You still need to enter the title and authors manually.
 
To use it copy the above text into a file, say <code>arxiv.sh</code>.  Then at the command line run <code>chmod u+x arxiv.sh</code> to made the script executable.  To use it run <code>arxiv.sh hep-th/0612999</code>.  You still need to enter the title and authors manually.
  
For the future it would nice to simply use <paper>hep-th/0612999</paper> into the wiki and for it to get the title and authors automatically.  We would need to use the OAI-PHM interface.
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For the future it would nice to simply type <paper>hep-th/0612999</paper> into the wiki and for it to get the title and authors automatically.  We would need to use the OAI-PHM interface.

Revision as of 16:30, 15 December 2006

The following linux shell script takes the hassle out of linking to papers on the arxiv:

echo "*''[http://arxiv.org/abs/$1 ]'' by  ($1, [http://arxiv.org/abs/$1 abs], [http://arxiv.org/ps/$1 ps], [http://arxiv.org/pdf/$1 pdf])"

To use it copy the above text into a file, say arxiv.sh. Then at the command line run chmod u+x arxiv.sh to made the script executable. To use it run arxiv.sh hep-th/0612999. You still need to enter the title and authors manually.

For the future it would nice to simply type <paper>hep-th/0612999</paper> into the wiki and for it to get the title and authors automatically. We would need to use the OAI-PHM interface.