Citations is a simple Django app which lets you use a citations and reference lists within your templates.
- The source code is available from https://github.com/will-hart/django-citations under an MIT license.
- You can find the package on the Python Packing Index https://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-citations/.
- The latest documentation for the develop branch is available from http://django-citations.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
The fields currently supported by the django-citations database include:
- type (currently one of book, electronic journal, journal or website)
- slug (unique ID for the reference, max 128 characters)
- author (max 512 characters)
- title (max 512 characters)
- year (a number)
- series (max 512 characters)
- volume (a number)
- edition (a number)
- isbn (up to 17 characters - can include dashes)
- url (the URL where the resource was accessed online)
- publisher (max 128 characters)
- place (place of publishing, max 128 characters)
- abstract (free text)
- comments (free text)
- keywords (free text)
- accessed (the date the resource was first accessed)
- Improved citation database - more fields available
- Improved reference output (uses a Harvard referencing format)
- Initial version