zbigniew.nitecki at tufts.edu
Mon May 28 19:42:07 CEST 2007
In my case, I discovered that the rejected entries all had too many
levels of subentry.
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On May 28, 2007, at 12:30, Pierre MacKay wrote:
> Philip G. Ratcliffe wrote:
>>> When I get an error message (after running makeindex on TeXshop)
>>> which reads
>>> Scanning input file Calculus.idx....done (957 entries accepted, 2
>>> is there any reasonable way to discover which entries were
>>> rejected---eg, are there two lists one can compare, like the .idx
>>> file and something else--(as opposed to going through the source
>>> code and checking which index entries actually printed)?
>> I'm not really sure about this, but I suspect that rejection
>> refers to
>> situations where an item has duplicate entries on the same output
>> page and
>> therefore the extras are "rejected".
>> Cheers, Phil
> I suspect the error must be something else. In my recent uses of
> makeindex, it had no difficulty simplifying multiple references on
> one page to a single reference. None of these instances generated
> the rejection message. My experience is that "rejected" refers to
> a malformed entry.
> Pierre MacKay
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