processResourcesin the group "others" within IntelliJ to ensure the values have been correctly written. Now, the fetcher tests should run without issues.
EntryBasedFetcher: Completes an existing bibliographic entry with information retrieved by the fetcher
FulltextFetcher: Searches for a PDF for an exiting bibliography entry
SearchBasedFetcher: Searches providers using a given query and returns a set of (new) bibliography entry. The user-facing side is implemented in the UI described at https://docs.jabref.org/collect/import-using-online-bibliographic-database.
org.jabref.logic.importer. Another possibility is to investigate the inheritance relation of
WebFetcher(Ctrl+H in IntelliJ).
SOURCE(highest): definitive URL for a particular paper
PUBLISHER: any publisher library
PREPRINT: any preprint library that might include non final publications of a paper
META_SEARCH: meta search engines
UNKNOWN(lowest): anything else not fitting the above categories
org.jabref.logic.importer.fetcher. Here we list the trust levels of some of them:
build.gradle, these variables are filled:
BuildInfoclass reads from that file.
./gradlew run, gradle executes
build/build.propertiesaccordingly. However, when working directly in the IDE, Eclipse keeps reading
src/main/resources. In IntelliJ, the task
JabRef Mainis executing
./gradlew processResourcesbefore running JabRef from the IDE to ensure the
build.propertiesis properly populated.