[texhax] Index and Glossary?

Tom Schneider toms at ncifcrf.gov
Thu Dec 8 18:02:55 CET 2005

> Christopher W. Ryan :
> > Don't know about a package, but could you just use your text editor's "search 
> > and replace" function to replace every occurence of "latex" with 
> > "\index{latex}"?
> >
> don't you mean "latex\index{latex}" ? otherwise 'latex' will not be 
> printed in the text ;-)
> I don't thing either that a latex package exists to do this. One would 
> need some external program. But any ways, there will be some words one 
> does not want to have indexed... making a good index is almost an art 
> form.

Knowing how to do little programming is dangerous.
I made this in about 5 minutes.  It will work on any Unix system.


It's not very smart (will substitute EVERYTHING) but it could get you
most of the way there.


  Dr. Thomas D. Schneider
  National Institutes of Health
  National Cancer Institute
  Center for Cancer Research Nanobiology Program
  Molecular Information Theory Group
  Frederick, Maryland  21702-1201
  toms at ncifcrf.gov
  permanent email: toms at alum.mit.edu (use only if first address fails)

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