[OS X TeX] Checking my files

Florian Grammel grammel at gmx.net
Sun Mar 5 13:32:15 EST 2006

Thanks for your hint, Pete, but I'm afraid this is too advanced for  

I spent some time trying to figure out, how this is supposed to work,  
but I didn't succeed to get xtem working. Even though the manual has  
detailed installation-instructions, I keep getting errors which I  
comprehend very little of.

On the other hand the c-programme "hyphen_show", that actually does  
the trick, is supposed to work without the xtem, too. But also here  
my attempts to compile it as described in the readme ended with a lot  
of "incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function"s. As I  
don't know C this is about as long as I get...

Isn't there an easier way to do this -- i.e. producing a list of the  
hyphenated words?
Or might-be somebody with C-experience might even be willing to  
compile "hyphen_show" for OSX and post it somewhere?

And I'd also like to ask my other -- probably very trivial --   
question one more time:

> And then I also would like to check while proofreading the paper- 
> copy, whether I have put my index-tags in the right places.  
> Something like
> ...
> \usepackage{index}
> ...
> \renewcommand{\index}{\ul{\index}}
> ...
> seemed the obvious solution, but I can't get it to work. Obviously  
> the obvious is too obvious in this case?

Any help would be very much appreciated!

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