In my document I use an
amsthm environment called
question, which I use to, well, pose questions to myself for later reference. However, they are spread out in the text.
ntheorem has a
\listoftheorems command or something like that which does exactly what I want. However, I have quite some bad experiences with
ntheoremconcerning the use of
ntheoremtogether with other packages (it only occured when I used
mathtools and something which I have forgotten about...) which introduced quite strange bugs, so I would want to avoid
ntheorem altogether for the moment.
So, is this possible to do this with
environ as it provides some useful hooks? Preferably it would be nice if the list also allows me (optionally) to include a short description and of course a page number. The environment is defined as
Edit: I have found
thmtools which apparently also has a command
\listoftheorems (and a way to redefine the heading). Would it be possible to extend this command such that I am able to add a small description?