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[Axiom-developer] Re: article "standard" header/footer

From: Ralf Hemmecke
Subject: [Axiom-developer] Re: article "standard" header/footer
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 11:05:11 +0100
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No, look at ALLPROSE. There is an index and I don't say \input{blah.ind}.

Let's look at the definitions of \printindex in makeidx.sty.


It builds on

address@hidden@#1{\InputIfFileExists{#1}{}{\typeout{No file #1.}}}

from the standard latex.ltx.

You see?


root wrote:
By the way, you need "dummyindex" because you have \input{${PROJECT}.ind} below. \printindex is enough.

\bibitem{1} nothing
 \item none

on my system latex blows up on the \input if project.ind does not exist.
the first time you build a pamphlet project.ind does not exist.
so you have to make sure it exists (hence dummyindex).
i suppose if i were thinking ahead i could have just done 'touch foo.ind'.
sigh. hindsight is good stuff.


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