1. NAME

splitindex - manual page for splitindex 0.2a

2. SYNOPSIS

splitindex.pl [OPTION]... RAWINDEXFILE [MAKEINDEXOPTION]...

splitindex [OPTION]... RAWINDEXFILE [MAKEINDEXOPTION]...

java splitindex [OPTION]... RAWINDEXFILE [MAKEINDEXOPTION]...

tex splitindex

3. DESCRIPTION

splitindex 0.2a Copyright (c) 2002 Markus Kohm < >

Split a single raw index file into multiple raw index files.

Example: splitindex.pl foo.idx.

4. OPTIONS

  • -h, --help
        show this help and terminate
  • -m, --makeindex PROGNAME
        call PROGNAME instead of default `makeindex'.
  • -i, --identify EXPRESSION
        use regular EXPRESSION to match entries (see also option --resultis and --suffixis). Default is `^(\\indexentry)\[([^]]*)\](.*)$'.
  • -r, --resultis PATTERN
        create line to be written from PATTERN after matching lines (see also option --identify). Default is `$1$3'.
  • -s, --suffixis PATTERN
        create suffix to be used from PATTERN after matching lines (see also option --identify). Default is `-$2'.
  • -v, --verbose
        be more verbose (can be used multiple to increase verbosity)
  • --version
        show version and terminate

5. COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2002 Markus Kohm < >

6. SEE ALSO

The full documentation for

splitindex is maintained as a LaTeX manual. If the

texdoc and

splitindex programs are properly installed at your site, the command

texdoc splitidx

should give you access to the complete manual.