Wouldn't it be better to have a way to enable per-citation localized
terms, with a fallback to the default locale for items with an
unspecified language or for languages that don't have a corresponding
That would require a change to the CSL spec, but it would be a much
cleaner way to cover this common case of coordinated terms.
On May 25, 5:05 pm, Abbas <a.shahza...@gmail.com> wrote:
> we need to make a bibliography consisting of items from at least
> two languages: English and Persian. Each reference in this
> bibliography must be formatted using the appropriate locale file i.e.
> Persian(fa-IR) locale for Persian references and English(en-US) locale
> for English references.