Re: husort

2013-02-07 Thread Csikos Bela
Dr. Gyorgy Pota pota.gyo...@science.unideb.hu írta:
Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


Hello:

The manual of magyarlatex clearly states that you have to
use husort.pl instead of makeindex.

In lyx 2.0.x you have to set Tools - Preferences - Output
- Latex - Index generation - Processor to Custom.
Below this you set Command: to husort.pl with full path (eg:
/home/username/husort.pl).
In linux make sure that husort.pl has the correct run permission.
Then don't forget to click save. Do a Tools - Reconfigure.
Restart lyx. Now the index should be generated correctly.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: husort

2013-02-07 Thread Csikos Bela
Dr. Gyorgy Pota pota.gyo...@science.unideb.hu írta:
Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


Hello:

The manual of magyarlatex clearly states that you have to
use husort.pl instead of makeindex.

In lyx 2.0.x you have to set Tools - Preferences - Output
- Latex - Index generation - Processor to Custom.
Below this you set Command: to husort.pl with full path (eg:
/home/username/husort.pl).
In linux make sure that husort.pl has the correct run permission.
Then don't forget to click save. Do a Tools - Reconfigure.
Restart lyx. Now the index should be generated correctly.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: husort

2013-02-07 Thread Csikos Bela
"Dr. Gyorgy Pota"  írta:
>Dear Users,
>
>I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the
>Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
>with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
>parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
>accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
>pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
>allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
>principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
>the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
>Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota
>

Hello:

The manual of magyarlatex clearly states that you have to
use husort.pl instead of makeindex.

In lyx 2.0.x you have to set "Tools -> Preferences -> Output
-> Latex -> Index generation -> Processor" to "Custom".
Below this you set "Command:" to husort.pl with full path (eg:
/home/username/husort.pl).
In linux make sure that husort.pl has the correct run permission.
Then don't forget to click save. Do a Tools -> Reconfigure.
Restart lyx. Now the index should be generated correctly.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: husort

2013-02-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2013/2/6 Dr. Gyorgy Pota:
 I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the Hungarian
 alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens with
 Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex parameters
 -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the accented letters
 and their normal counterparts, that is members of the pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü
 etc. are the same. However, the program is allowed to run with the
 parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in principle give the full solution
 to the accented letter problem. In Lyx the program runs with these
 parameters but without making any index. Would you help me, please?

I don't know this script, but if it is run _instead_ of makeindex, I
would place the command at
Tools  Preferences  Output  LaTeX (set the Index Processor to
Custom and add the command below).

Another option for correct Hungarian sorting might be xindy, which is
very good at sorting in different languages.

HTH
Jürgen


Re: husort

2013-02-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2013/2/6 Dr. Gyorgy Pota:
 I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the Hungarian
 alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens with
 Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex parameters
 -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the accented letters
 and their normal counterparts, that is members of the pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü
 etc. are the same. However, the program is allowed to run with the
 parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in principle give the full solution
 to the accented letter problem. In Lyx the program runs with these
 parameters but without making any index. Would you help me, please?

I don't know this script, but if it is run _instead_ of makeindex, I
would place the command at
Tools  Preferences  Output  LaTeX (set the Index Processor to
Custom and add the command below).

Another option for correct Hungarian sorting might be xindy, which is
very good at sorting in different languages.

HTH
Jürgen


Re: husort

2013-02-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2013/2/6 Dr. Gyorgy Pota:
> I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the Hungarian
> alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens with
> Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex parameters
> -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the accented letters
> and their normal counterparts, that is members of the pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü
> etc. are the same. However, the program is allowed to run with the
> parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in principle give the full solution
> to the accented letter problem. In Lyx the program runs with these
> parameters but without making any index. Would you help me, please?

I don't know this script, but if it is run _instead_ of makeindex, I
would place the command at
Tools > Preferences > Output > LaTeX (set the Index Processor to
"Custom" and add the command below).

Another option for correct Hungarian sorting might be xindy, which is
very good at sorting in different languages.

HTH
Jürgen


husort

2013-02-05 Thread Dr. Gyorgy Pota

Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the 
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


husort

2013-02-05 Thread Dr. Gyorgy Pota

Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the 
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


husort

2013-02-05 Thread Dr. Gyorgy Pota

Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the 
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota