no .bbl file generated mac Latex

Remember that it’s not LaTeX that generates the BBL, it’s BibTeX.

  1. Run LaTeX to generate the AUX file. It adds a line every time it finds a cite.
  2. Then run BibTeX (executable: bibtex) to generate the BBL (from the AUX lines).
  3. Then run LaTeX again, which will include the BBL.
  4. Then run LaTeX again to make any updates corresponding to including the possibly massive BBL (e.g., updating your final page count on each of your pages, updating your ToC, etc.).

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