I recently made some major changes to my custom document class. These changes were mainly visually but not functionally. However, splitindex has started making trouble and I cant figure out why.
Here is the thing:
My document administration_manual.tex won´t compile its index. If I run splitindex, texworks displays
splitindex 2808 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to splitindex.exe.stackdump
If I rename administration_manual.tex to administration_manual_2.tex, it compiles the index without any problems. It seems like the problem is related the name but ist still soemhow arbitrary. A couple of days ago I managed to "fix" this problem by simply rebooting my computer. Also, the problem still remains after deleting all temp. files. I have a bunch of documents and each of them works just fine. Still, it looks like texworks, splitindex.exe or maybe even Windows is having issues with the name.
Why is that and what can I do to compile the index of administration_manual.tex? I would like to keep the name since it has multiple dependencies.
MME: I know i should post an MME, but this time I dont think it will help. The ability to compile the index seems to be influenced by the name of the document.
Her is something funny, which indicates that texworks itself might be the problem: If I use Gradle (most of our documents etc. are automatically build using Gradle), I am able to compile an index, disregarding the document/ file name.