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Re: combining pieces in one book

From: Federico Bruni
Subject: Re: combining pieces in one book
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 13:21:07 +0200
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Il 24/06/2012 13:12, David Kastrup ha scritto:
Federico Bruni<address@hidden>  writes:

Il 24/06/2012 12:50, David Kastrup ha scritto:
git grep -n "index \\\\book"
Documentation/notation/input.itely:273:@funindex \bookOutputSuffix
Documentation/notation/input.itely:274:@funindex \bookOutputName
Documentation/notation/input.itely:346:@funindex \book
Documentation/notation/input.itely:347:@funindex \bookpart
Documentation/notation/spacing.itely:1378:@funindex \bookpart

Thanks, this proves that they are not in the general index, which
requires @cindex.


I don't know texinfo at all, I guessed it from here:

But now I think that a @funindex creates an entry also in the general index, not only in the command index.

So my original request makes sense.

@funindex should create an item in the command index, right?
Why I can't see \book and \bookpart there?  A bug or what?

More likely because you are looking under "B" rather than "\".

That's it!
Not straightforward.. I can see that there's an open issue:

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