Name -- Create a DocBook index from raw index data

Synopsis [-p] [-g] [-s name] [-t name] [-P filename] [-i id] [-o file] [-S scope] [-I scope] [-x] [-f] -N | file


Link to points in the document. The default is to link to the closest containing section.


Group terms with IndexDiv based on the first letter of the term (or its sortas attribute). (This probably doesn't handle i10n particularly well)

-s name

Name the IndexDiv that contains symbols. The default is 'Symbols'. Meaningless if -g is not used.

-t name

Title for the index.

-P file

Read a preamble from file. The content of file will be inserted before the <index> tag.

-i id

The ID for the <index> tag.

-o file

Output to file. Defaults to stdout.

-S scope

Scope of the index, must be 'all', 'local', or 'global'. If unspecified, 'all' is assumed.

-I scope

The implied scope, must be 'all', 'local', or 'global'. IndexTerms which do not specify a scope will have the implied scope. If unspecified, 'all' is assumed.


Make a SetIndex.


Force the output file to be written, even if it appears to have been edited by hand.


New index (generates an empty index file).


The file containing index data generated by Jade with the DocBook HTML Stylesheet.


Generates an index.