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glossaries package FAQ

All my glossary entries have appeared in the same glossary instead of in separate glossaries 🔗

If you are using makeindex directly instead of via makeglossaries, you must remember to call makeindex separately for each glossary. For example, if you have both a main glossary and a list of acronyms you will need to do (assuming your file is called myfile.tex):

makeindex -s -t myfile.glg -o myfile.gls myfile.glo
makeindex -s -t myfile.alg -o myfile.acr myfile.acn
If you have Perl installed, I would strongly recommend that you use makeglossaries instead, as then all you need do is:
makeglossaries myfile
which significantly reduces the chance of errors.

Also try checking the makeindex transcript files to see if there were any errors in the makeindex run.

See also Incorporating makeglossaries or makeglossaries-lite or bib2gls into the document build.

2020-06-27 14:20:26

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