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NAME

       collateindex.pl - generate DocBook index files

SYNOPSIS

       collateindex.pl [-f] [-g] [-i id] [-I scope] [-N]
                       [-o file] [-p] [-P file] [-q] [-s name]
                       [-S scope] [-t name] [-x] file

DESCRIPTION

       collateindex.pl creates index data for DocBook XML or SGML files.

OPTIONS

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

       -g   Group terms with IndexDiv based on the first letter of the term (or its SortAs
            attribute).  (This might not handle all language environments.)

       -i id
            The ID to use for the <index> tag.

       -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.

       -N   New index (generates an empty index file).

       -o file
            Output to file. Defaults to stdout.

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

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

       -q   Run quietly.

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

       -S scope
            Scope of the index, must be "all", "local", or "global".  If unspecified, "all" is
            assumed.

       -t name
            Title for the index.

       -x   Make a SetIndex.

       -V   Print version number and exit.

       file The file containing index data generated with the DocBook DSSSL HTML stylesheet
            (usually called HTML.index).

EXAMPLE

       collateindex.pl -o index.sgml HTML.index

EXIT STATUS

       0    Success

       1    Failure

AUTHOR

       Norm Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>

       Minor updates by Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com> and Peter Eisentraut <peter_e@gmx.net>