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---- +====== ​Generating an index in (La)TeX ​====== 
-title: ​Generating an index in (La)TeX +
-category: formatting +
-permalink: /​FAQ-makeindex +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
 Making an index is not trivial; what to index, and how to index it, is Making an index is not trivial; what to index, and how to index it, is
 difficult to decide, and uniform implementation is difficult to difficult to decide, and uniform implementation is difficult to
 achieve. ​ You will need to mark all items to be indexed in your text achieve. ​ You will need to mark all items to be indexed in your text
-(typically with `\indexcommands).+(typically with ''​\index'' ​commands).
  
 It is not practical to sort a large index within TeX, so a It is not practical to sort a large index within TeX, so a
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 The following programs are available: The following programs are available:
  
-- makeindex Comes with most distributions&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​a good workhorse,+- makeindex Comes with most distributions ​--- a good workhorse,
   but is not well-arranged to deal with other sort orders than the   but is not well-arranged to deal with other sort orders than the
   canonical ASCII ordering.   canonical ASCII ordering.
  
-  The [`makeindex`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​makeindexdocumentation is a good source of +  The [[ctanpkg>​makeindex|makeindex]] documentation is a good source of 
-  information on how to create your own index. [`Makeindex`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​Makeindexcan+  information on how to create your own index. [[ctanpkg>​Makeindex|Makeindex]] can
   be used with some TeX   be used with some TeX
   macro packages other than LaTeX, such as    macro packages other than LaTeX, such as 
-  [Eplain](FAQ-eplain), and TeX (whose macros can+  [[FAQ-eplain|Eplain]], and TeX (whose macros can
   be used independently with Plain TeX).   be used independently with Plain TeX).
-- idxtex for LaTeX under VMS; `idxtexcomes +- idxtex for LaTeX under VMS; ''​idxtex'' ​comes 
-  with a glossary-maker ​`glotex`+  with a glossary-maker ​''​glotex''​
-- texindex(1) A witty little shell-script using `sed` +- texindex(1) A witty little shell-script using ''​sed''​ 
-  and `awk`; designed for LaTeX under Unix. +  and ''​awk''​; designed for LaTeX under Unix. 
-- texindex(2) The [Texinfo](FAQ-texinfosystem also offers a program +- texindex(2) The [[FAQ-texinfo|Texinfo]] ​system also offers a program 
-  ​`texindex`, whose source is to be found in the +  ​''​texindex''​, whose source is to be found in the 
-  ​`texinfodistribution. ​ The [`ltxindex`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​ltxindex) ​package+  ​''​texinfo'' ​distribution. ​ The [[ctanpkg>​ltxindex|ltxindex]package
   provides macros that enable LaTeX users to use this   provides macros that enable LaTeX users to use this
-  ​`texindex`.+  ​''​texindex''​.
 - xindy arose from frustration at the difficulty of making a - xindy arose from frustration at the difficulty of making a
-  multi-language version of `makeindex`.  It is designed to +  multi-language version of ''​makeindex''​.  It is designed to 
-  be a successor to `makeindex`, by a team that included the +  be a successor to ''​makeindex''​, by a team that included the 
-  then-current maintainer of `makeindex`.  It successfully +  then-current maintainer of ''​makeindex''​.  It successfully 
-  addresses many of `makeindex`s shortcomings,​ including+  addresses many of ''​makeindex''​s shortcomings,​ including
   difficulties with collation order in different languages, and it is   difficulties with collation order in different languages, and it is
   highly flexible.   highly flexible.
  
-  ​`Xindyitself will work with Unicode (UTF-8) encoded +  ​''​Xindy'' ​itself will work with Unicode (UTF-8) encoded 
-  LaTeX input. ​ A separate application (`texindy`) deals+  LaTeX input. ​ A separate application (''​texindy''​) deals
   with "​standard"​ LaTeX source, processes it and passes   with "​standard"​ LaTeX source, processes it and passes
-  "​sanitised"​ text to `Xindy`.+  "​sanitised"​ text to ''​Xindy''​. 
 + 
 + 
 +----- 
 + 
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-makeindex|Generating an index in (La)TeX]]
  
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