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The backend renders :class:`pybtex.richtext.Text` instances
into a list of :class:`docutils.nodes.Text`
and :class:`docutils.nodes.inline` instances (or subclasses of these).
For typical use cases, all you need to care about are the methods
:meth:`Backend.paragraph`,
:meth:`Backend.citation`, and
:meth:`Backend.citation_reference`(more...)

src/p/y/pybtex-docutils-0.2.0/test/test_find_plugin.py   pybtex-docutils(Download)
# note: tests require pybtex-docutils to be installed
# so its entry points can be found
 
import pybtex_docutils