[OS X TeX] Indexing with Diacritics

Simon Spiegel simon at simifilm.ch
Thu Jan 4 07:44:10 CET 2007


On 03.01.2007, at 19:45, André Bellaïche wrote:

> Until now, the most convenient way I have found to make an index in  
> French with é, è, ç, à, ù, ï characters is to revert to Mac OS 9  
> (Classic) and to use the old Makeindex application (which had the  
> ability of dealing with diacritics ten years ago...). (I still have  
> a PPC computer.)

You might take a look at xindy which is much more versatile than  
makeindex, especially (but not only) when it comes to special  
characters.

simon
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