[OS X TeX] Running makeindex -s from the TeXShop shell

Claus Gerhardt claus.gerhardt at urz.uni-heidelberg.de
Fri Sep 24 05:23:17 CEST 2004


There are some makeindex Applescripts available in TeXShop, e.g., 
makeindexc and makeindexcpl would suit your needs perfectly. The 
simplest way to use these scripts would be to rename your .ist file to 
german.ist and put in ~/Library/texmf/makeindex.

Claus

On 24.09.2004, at 04:50, Arthur Ogawa wrote:

> I run makeindex in a terminal thus:
>
> localhost$ makeindex -s gind myjob
>
> Note: I need to specify a makeindex style (gind.ist) because of the 
> use of the doc document class in my job.
>
> My question: how can I run this makeindex job from within TeXShop? The 
> crux issue is, I think, how to tell TeXShop to incorporate the "-s 
> gind" option, which it does not do by default.
>
> Similar sorts of questions can be raised as well about the other tools 
> in TeXShop's Typeset menu.
>
> A further question: how does one add a tool to TeXShop's Typeset menu?
>
> Thanks for your attention.
>
> Arthur Ogawa
>
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