Re: word list for document index
* Florian Kulzer <firstname.lastname@example.org> [070412 05:49]:
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2007 at 05:35:45 -0500, Russell L. Harris wrote:
>> * Florian Kulzer [070412 05:21]:
>>> Try "detex -w somefile.tex" to get the word list. Detex processes
>>> \input and \include commands automatically and it can deal with
>>> both plain TeX and LaTeX source files. Detex is included in
>> I now am installing TeXLive on this machine. Regrettably, this
>> necessitates removing muttprint, which is the reason I did not
>> install TeXLive several months ago.
> muttprint seems to specify an alternative dependency "tetex-extra |
> texlive-latex-extra" now, so you should be able to use this package with
> texlive also (not sure about lilypond, though).
(1) detex does a marvelous job; many thanks.
(2) Although muttprint was removed when I installed TeXLive, I was
able to reinstall muttprint; thanks.
(3) After reinstallation, muttprint gives an error message, saying
that there is not DVI file; but I think that this is related to the
the fact that TeXLive doesn't work (see the next item).
(4) Now when I try to run LaTeX on a document, there is an error message:
This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.30.5-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.5)
---! /home/rlh/.texmf-var/web2c/latex.fmt doesn't match pdfetex.pool
(Fatal format file error; I'm stymied)
But I installed TeXLive without difficulty on another i386 system on
which it runs without error on the same document.
So perhaps I need to remove TeXLive, purge the configuration files,
And if that doesn't work, I need to start another thread for this topic.