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[AUCTeX] Re: run makeindex to generate glossary

From: Bernhard Kleine
Subject: [AUCTeX] Re: run makeindex to generate glossary
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2008 12:19:05 +0000 (UTC)
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Am Sun, 08 Jun 2008 13:19:41 +0200 schrieb Frederik Fischbach:

> Hello there!
> I run emacs 22.1 for editing LaTeX documents using AucTeX. This works
> fine except for generating glossaries.
> In LaTeX I use the packages "glossaries". If editing myfile.tex, to
> generate the entries I've to run 'makeindex -s -t myfile.glg
> -o myfile.gls myfile.glo'. But in emacs running 'Index' via C-c C-c, it
> just tries "Running 'Index' on 'myfile' with 'makeindex myfile'", which
> fails ("Couldn't find input index file myfile nor myfile.idx").
> At the moment it's a pain to generate the glossary from emacs (on
> windows) every time like this:
> C-c C-c Other RET cygstart "c:\Programme\MiKTeX
> 2.7\miktex\bin\makeindex.exe" -s -t myfile.glg -o myfile.gls
> myfile.glo RET
> How to tell emacs/auctex to generate a glossary using makeindex and not
> to try to generate a "normal" index? I want to avoid this long
> command...
> Next, it would be good to tell AucTeX to automatically detect whether to
> run makeindex (actually generate the glossary) and/or BibTeX. If I
> invoke AucTeX 3 times with C-c C-c, it will run latex 2 times and the
> viewer.
> Thanks & regards,
> Fred

why don't you put the command into a batch and run the batch from a 
terminal window? much faster! even a makefile could help.


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