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makeglossaries.lua version 1.1 2015-07-17 Copyright (C) 2015 Nicola L C Talbot This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License.
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makeglossaries.lua version 1.1 2015-07-17 Copyright (C) 2015 Nicola L C Talbot This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. Syntax : makeglossaries.lua [options] <filename> For use with the glossaries package to pass relevant files to makeindex or xindy. <filename> Base name of glossary file(s). This should be the name of your main LaTeX document without any extension. If you do add an extension, only that glossary file will be processed. General Options: -o <gls> Use <gls> as the output file. (Don't use -o if you have more than one glossary.) -s <sty> Employ <sty> as the style file. -t <log> Employ <log> as the transcript file. (Don't use -t if you have more than one glossary or the transcripts will be overwritten.) -q Quiet mode. -l Letter ordering. -n Print the command that would normally be executed, but don't execute it (dry run). --help Print this help message. --version Print the version. Xindy Options: -L <language> Use <language>. -x <file> Full path to xindy executable. (Default assumes xindy is on the operating system's path.) Makeindex Options: (See makeindex documentation for further details on these options.) -c Compress intermediate blanks. -g Employ German word ordering. -p <num> Set the starting page number to be <num>. -r Disable implicit page range formation. -m <file> Full path to makeindex executable. (Default assumes makeindex is on the operating system's path.) This is a light-weight Lua alternative to the makeglossaries Perl script. If you want to use xindy, it's better to use the Perl makeglossaries version instead.