Even if BibTex Data is parsed the content may be not correct - speaking from a format point of view. You may refer to this as non strict. To emphasise this again a warning is detected when something is wrong with the data but the parsing will not break!
The detected Warnings include:
- WARNING_AT_IN_BRACES: A Value is delimited by Braces. Then inside a @ is not allowed.
- WARNING_ESCAPED_DOUBLE_QUOTE_INSIDE_DOUBLE_QUOTES: A Value is delimited by Braces. Then inside no escaped double quote is allowed. The double quotes should be written as:n "
- WARNING_UNBALANCED_AMOUNT_OF_BRACES: The amount of braces inside a value is not equal (opening and closing). The parses fails if in the complete entry this amount is not correct. But if only on an entry it is not correct then this is only a warning. As a matter of fact of the parser does not fail but there is an unbalanced amount of braces in en entry this warning has to be generated something times two.
- WARNING_MULTIPLE_ENTRIES: Every entry is identified by a unique string. This warning is created if there are at least two entries with the same identification.