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src/p/r/Products.CMFBibliographyAT-1.1.4.1/Products/CMFBibliographyAT/content/book.py   Products.CMFBibliographyAT(Download)
            publisher = self.getPublisher()
            address   = self.getAddress()
            edition   = self.getEdition()
            volume    = self.getVolume()
            number    = self.getNumber()
        coinsData['rft.pub'] = self.getPublisher()
        coinsData['rft.place'] = self.getAddress()
        coinsData['rft.edition'] = self.getEdition()
        coinsData['rft.series'] = self.getSeries()
        coinsData['rft.genre'] = "book"

src/p/r/Products.CMFBibliographyAT-1.1.4.1/Products/CMFBibliographyAT/content/inbook.py   Products.CMFBibliographyAT(Download)
        # Why do we have fields in the superclass that aren't in the subclasses?
        schema = self.schema.keys()
        coinsData['rft.edition'] = ('edition' in schema) and self.getEdition() or ""
        coinsData['rft.chapter'] = ('chapter' in schema) and self.getChapter() or ""
 

src/p/r/Products.CMFBibliographyAT-1.1.4.1/Products/CMFBibliographyAT/content/manual.py   Products.CMFBibliographyAT(Download)
            bs_tool = getToolByName(self, 'portal_bibliostyles', None)
            address = self.getAddress()
            edition = self.getEdition()
            isbn    = self.getIsbn()
 
    def getCoinsDict(self):
        """ Select which values to display in the COinS tag for this item """
        coinsData = BaseEntry.getCoinsDict(self)
        coinsData['rft.edition'] = self.getEdition()
        coinsData['rft.aucorp'] = self.getOrganization()