Xref - Tool to Generate Cross References in an Article, Paper or Report
XREF generates cross references to figures, tables, sections and bibliography
entries in an article or paper which has been converted to HTML language
using the Rtf TO Html tool.
Write a paper. Obey the following rules:
Save the paper as RTF.
Run the RTFtoHTM program.
Use Harvard citation style. References should look like (Turk, 1997) or
Turk (1997) or (Turk and Smith, 1997) or (Turk et al, 1997). There should
be a section called "References" where the entries should look like
Turk, Z. (1997). Etc, etc, etc.
Number the sections numerically with arabic numbers and dots, like 2.3
Method or 1 Intoduction.
Make sure that the figure captions start with something like FIG. 5: or
Figure 5: (the colon after the number and the Fig[ure] strings are necessary.
Make sure that references to figures look like see fig. 5 (this
time without the colon).
The same goes for tables.
Xref will do the following:
Insert paragraph marks before and after figures. For some reason rtf2htm
does not do this.
Create links from any http:// or ftp:// URLs not already liked.
Make nicer bullet lists out of paragraphs starting with *
Create cross references to figures, tables and bibliographic references.
Remove tale of contents from the text.
Create index.htm file. This file will contain the paper up to the section
heading numbered with 1. It will include pointers to framed and non-framed
version of the paper and the possible paper.pdf, paper.rtf and paper.doc
It will also create the file "toc.htm" with the table of contents.
Xref was written by dr. Ziga
Turk from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia.
Xref is available at http://www.fagg.uni-lj.si/~zturk/works/xref/.