[OS X TeX] Creating a glossar

Christian Burk maillists at gmx.de
Tue Jan 16 09:45:21 EST 2007

Am 16.01.2007 um 13:51 schrieb Herbert Schulz:

> On Jan 16, 2007, at 4:34 AM, Christian Burk wrote:
>> But a question more. I got some items with very large descriptions  
>> and for that reason I would like to have all the glossary entries  
>> written in a seperate file and then using something like \include  
>> or \input to get the glossary inside the document.
>> How would that be possible?
>> Thanks
>> Christian
> Howdy,
> Now we're beyond my understanding of the glossary package. My  
> impression is that the makeindex run does something like that and  
> the \printglossary command is like an \input command (not \include  
> --- but commenting the \printglossary command would do a similar  
> thing since it's usually near the end of the document). I'd  
> carefully read the documentation for the glossary package and see  
> all of its capabilities.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)

Thant's what I did - reading the manual of the glossary.sty, but  
unforunately I could not discover how this could work.

Anymore hints on this issue?


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