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Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2012 14:05:35 +0930
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On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 1:21 AM, Bruno Le Floch <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> to get the error.  The problem comes from indexing the \& command when
> the \verbatimchar used by indexing macros is &.  Ideally, we could
> change the verbatim character depending on the function being indexed.
>  The same error occurs with one of the l3fp files IIRC, since &
> appears in a \begin{macro} argument.  Changing the \verbatimchar to
> something else would just be a temporary fix.

Indexing is one of my blind spots in the LaTeX world.
Does anyone know the current best practise here? Did Xindy ever get
anywhere or is makeindex still the tool to use?
And is there a "glossaries" type package for index creation?
(I.e., I know glossaries.sty is the go-to for that sort of thing;
wondering if there's an analogue for indices.)