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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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