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Defining synonyms for indexing

Is it possible to set things up so that indexing synonyms does not generate multiple entries? For example, if the text includes \index{cur}, \index{hound}, and \index{mutt}, can these be coalesced ...
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Indexing Macros without a leading backslash in a dtx file

I'm documenting a file containing several biblatex bibmacros and booleans and would like to create an index via \EnableCrossrefs, but % \begin{macro}{mybibmacro} % \begin{macrocode} ...
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How to prevent `doc` from indexing foreign macros?

The doc package, used for documenting LaTeX packages, has the ability to produce an index of all macros used in the package. Index entries can of of three types: where the macro is described, where it ...