This is the README file relative to package imakeidx version 1.3 dated 26 March 2013. Copyright 2010-2013 by Claudio Beccari and Enrico Gregorio The bundle contains the files: README this file imakeidx.dtx the documented source TeX file manifest.txt legalese information. WARNING: the derived files: imakeidx.sty the package itself imakeidx.pdf the documentation file in PDF format are SIMULTANEOUSLY produced while running pdflatex on imakeidx.dtx. The bundle is distributed under the LPPL license version 1.3c or any later version. The bundle has the status of author maintained. The various files should be moved to the TDS folders as such: in source/latex/imakeidx/ file: imakeidx.dtx in doc/latex/imakeidx/ files: README, manifest.txt.imakidx.pdf in /tex/latex/imakeidx/ file: imakeidx.sty The main purpose of this bundle is to exploit the possibility of running an index formatting program from within a document typesetting task (tested with the engines pdftex, xetex, and luatex in their incarnation set up to process the LaTeX markup) at the \printindex level, so that one or more indices can be typeset in such a way that they are always synchronous with the document they belong to. With the TeXlive 2010 release the makeindex program can be safely run within a TeX run; with previous distributions the shell escape feature had to be explicitly enabled. With the 2010 and later distributions the makeindex program is directly accessible. If the xindy program is used to sort index entries and format the index files, it is still necessary to use the shell escape option. This bundle is compatible with most existing classes; some reported conflicts with other packages have been reported and have been resolved, or at least advice is given so as to overcome such conflicts. Claudio Beccari claudio dot beccari at gmail.com Enrico Gregorio enrico dot gregorio at univr.it
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imakeidx – A package for producing multiple indexes
The package enables the user to produce and typeset one or more indexes simultaneously with a document. The package is known to work in LaTeX documents processed with pdflatex, xelatatex and lualatex. If makeindex is used for processing the index entries, no particular setting up is needed when TeX Live is used. Using xindy or other programs it is necessary to enable shell escape; shell escape is also needed if splitindex is used.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2010-2012 Claudio Beccari and Enrico Gregorio|
|Contained in||TeXLive as imakeidx|
|MiKTeX as imakeidx|