makeglossaries --version (return code: 0)
Makeglossaries Version 2.18 (2016-01-24) Copyright (C) 2007 Nicola L C Talbot This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License.
makeglossaries --help (return code: 0)
Makeglossaries Version 2.18 (2016-01-24) Copyright (C) 2007 Nicola L C Talbot This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. Syntax : makeglossaries [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. General Options: -o <gls> Use <gls> as the output file. (Don't use -o if you have more than one glossary.) -q Quiet mode. -Q Silence unable to fork warning. -k Don't try to use piped redirection. -l Letter ordering. -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.) -d <directory> Directory in which the .aux, .glo etc files are located. (Default is the directory in which <filename> resides.) -n Print the command that would normally be executed, but don't execute it. 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.)