[OS X TeX] Re: Multiple nomencl per document?

cfrees at imapmail.org cfrees at imapmail.org
Tue Sep 16 22:31:56 CEST 2008


I found glosstex very useful for including multiple glossaries, so you
might look at that, too. I'm not in a position to compare with the
glossaries package, though, as I've not used it.
- cfr

On Tue 16th Sep, 2008 at 15:04, Tim Lahey seems to have written:

>> 
>> The quickest way to find out is to look at the nomencl documentation.
>> Assuming you have a recent MacTeX try running
>> 
>> texdoc nomencl
>
>> in Terminal. That should open the nomencl documentation in Preview.
>> 
>
> I've looked through the documentation and it only really discusses
> having one Nomenclature section, but I was wondering if anybody had
> done modifications for multiple ones.
>
>> A possible alternative which should be able to do the job you want is
>> the glossaries package.
>
> I hadn't heard about that package. It appears that it might be able to
> do what I want. Thanks.
>
>> 
>> 
>> Good Luck,
>> 
>> Herb Schulz
>> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)
>
> Thanks,
>
> Tim Lahey
>
> ---
> Tim Lahey
> PhD Candidate, Systems Design Engineering
> University of Waterloo
>
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