On the LaTeX-Bundle I found a command "Run Makeindex". Is there no way
to customize it for such a purpose? I think using Makeindex the normal
way is done in similar way:
makeindex -s german.ist -g foo
Am 01.05.2008 um 15:35 schrieb Charilaos Skiadas:
Brad, isn't there still the option for users to
provide their own
shell script, like with latexmk.pl?
Btw Christian, you might want to look into latexmk.pl, and perhaps
contact the author of that package if it doesn't do all this extra
stuff you want. It was designed to call things like makeindex and
bibtex and latex again and again the right number of times. It
should in theory be able to handle all other "extra stuff", but that
depends on whether its author might be interested in that.
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
On May 1, 2008, at 8:42 AM, Brad Miller wrote:
There is no easy way to pass special arguments to the makeindex
command right now.
After This semester is over I can look at adding special options
for bibtex and makeindex to the Latex preferences panel, but that
doesn't help you today.
In the meantime, I think you either need to keep running makeindex
from the command line or write a simple textmate command that
invokes the command below.
On May 1, 2008, at 6:45 AM, Christian wrote:
> Am 30.04.2008 um 15:10 schrieb Christian:
>> Creating a nomenclature with nomencl needs to invoke MakeIndex
>> with the following:
>> makeindex ⟨ﬁlename ⟩.nlo -s nomencl.ist -o
>> ⟨ﬁlename ⟩.nls
>> The *.nlo file is successfully created after running LaTeX and I
>> would like invoke MakeIndex as I do it when compiling the
>> document with LaTeX.
>> How could I do that?
>> Thanks in advance,
> That should be possible with TM. Does somebody have any hints,
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