You can fetch your bibliography on the url http://127.0.0.1:23119/better-bibtex/collection?
[format] 1, where collectionID is:
or any multiple of those, separated by a ‘+’ sign.
The format is either ‘bibtex’ or ‘biblatex’, and determines the translator used for export.
You can add options to the export as URL parameters:
You can fetch your library as part of your build, using something like
curl from your Makefile, or with a BibLaTeX remote statement like
format can be:
cslyamlfor CSL-JSON in YAML format
translatorIDtaken from the header of any existing Zotero translator to get an export in that translator format
Pull export will only work if you are compiling your document on the same system your Zotero client with BBT runs on. Technically it can be made to work for pulling from other systems, but it’s even more arcane to set up than git support.
Note that as of Zotero 5.0.71, access to this URL will no longer work from the browser for security reasons;
curl and other programmatic access will work.
24119 for Juris-M. ↩︎