>> >> If you look at accent, the two entries there are shown against a single index entry, with 2 pages in the list of references. I believe that's how the acciaccatura should appear as well - otherwise there's a tendency to miss the fact that there are two entries and only follow the one, missing important information.
> > The @index and @funindex macros generate calls to > different texinfo macros. From memory the @index > macro calls @kindex and @funindex calls both > @kindex and @findex. The two types of index entries
> are printed with different typefaces, so maybe this > is why they are kept separate in the pdf. > > Actually the indices in the html manuals are in a far > worse state. Entries are not only unmerged but
> every @seealso generates a spurious unhelpful entry. > See, for example, ambitus. Indexing has been discussed > several types in the past (search devel for index > funindex for a selection), but always deferred until
> (a) the manuals were in a better shape and (b) the > syntax had stabilised. Maybe one day ... > >