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CTAN up­date: splitin­dex

Date: March 11, 2006 10:38:55 AM CET
On Tue, 7 Mar 2006 Markus Kohm sub­mit­ted an up­date to the splitin­dex pack­age. Lo­ca­tion on CTAN: /macros/la­tex/con­trib/splitin­dex Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: Us­ing a un­lim­ited num­ber of in­dices with al­most ev­ery LaTeX-class Li­cense type: lppl De­scrip­tion:
SplitIn­dex con­sists of a LaTeX pack­age, spli­tidx, and a small pro­gram, splitin­dex (avail­able in perl, TeX, Java, C, bi­na­ries for Win­dows-Cyg­win, OpenBSD-i386, Linux-i386). The pack­age may be used to pro­duce one in­dex or sev­eral in­dices. Without us­ing the pro­gram the num­ber of in­dices is lim­ited by the num­ber of TeXs out­put streams. But us­ing the pro­gram you may use even more than 16 in­dices. At this case, spli­tidx out­puts only a sin­gle file \job­name.idx and the pro­gram splits that file into sev­eral raw in­dex files and calls your fa­vorite in­dex pro­ces­sor for each of it. Changes at ver­sion 0.9:
- New op­tion `usein­dex' makes \in­dex and alias for \sin­dex. - New com­mand `\new­pro­tecte­din­dex' be­haves like `\newindex' but tries to pro­tect the ar­gu­ment of `\in­dex' and `\sin­dex' us­ing `\@onelevel at san­i­tize'. - New op­tion `pro­tected' makes all `\in­dex' and `\sin­dex' calls use `\@onelevel at san­i­tize' to pro­tect the ar­gu­ment.
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Rainer Sch�pf

splitin­dex – Un­lim­ited num­ber of in­dexes

SplitIn­dex con­sists of a pack­age, spli­tidx, and a small pro­gram, splitin­dex. The pack­age may be used to pro­duce one in­dex or sev­eral in­dexes. Without splitin­dex (for ex­am­ple, us­ing the in­dex pack­age), the num­ber of in­dexes is lim­ited by the num­ber of ’s out­put streams. But us­ing the pro­gram you may use even more than 16 in­dexes: spli­tidx out­puts only a sin­gle file \job­name.idx and the pro­gram splits that file into sev­eral raw in­dex files and calls your fa­vorite in­dex pro­ces­sor for each of the files.

Pack­agesplitin­dex
Ver­sion1.2c
Main­tainerMarkus Kohm

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