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Fixed

parsing of url from mendeley does not consider multiple urls

Walter Karlen 7 years ago updated 7 years ago 2
Hi Christian
I discovered a subtle issue with the parsing of url that are retrieved through the mendeley api
If there are multiple urls stored with mendeley, bibase is creating a single url by concatenating the urls, rendering them unusable. Example :
http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0086427%20... for http://www.mendeley.com/c/6115948791/p/14667/garde...

Can I suggest to look for "http://" and either delete all entries after the first or make multiple links? Alternatively, I think mendeley stores them in  the url field of bibtex files separated by a space.

Thanks!

Answer

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Fixed
Thanks for reporting. This is fixed now. You may need to update your cache for it to show up (using the &nocache=1 link you got when creating your bibbase page, or by making a small change to your library and then reloading your bibbase page).

Answer
Fixed
Thanks for reporting. This is fixed now. You may need to update your cache for it to show up (using the &nocache=1 link you got when creating your bibbase page, or by making a small change to your library and then reloading your bibbase page).

Thank you for the fast fix!

Works perfectly,