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When compiling

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{index}
\newindex{i}{idx}{idn}{Index}

\begin{document}
Let's discuss letter d\index[i]{d}\index[i]{letter|see{d}}
and c.\index[i]{c}\index[i]{letter|see{c}}
\newpage
Let's now discuss letter a\index[i]{a}\index[i]{letter|see{a}}
and b.\index[i]{b}\index[i]{letter|see{b}}
\newpage

\printindex[i]

\end{document}

with

xindy -o xindycrossreforder.idn -L english -M texindy xindycrossreforder.idx

I get

L

letter, see d; c; a; b

while I need (and would have expected) the cross-reference targets to be sorted by the same rules as the index itself.

Is there an option for xindy that I haven't found or could anyone suggest an extension of the sorting rules to achieve this?

  • Isn't there some option within the index package to achieve this? I am not sure that xindy sorts along an index entry – user31729 May 4 '15 at 11:08
  • @ChristianHupfer As far as I can see from index.sty |see is only formated, but not processed anyhow. – Florian May 4 '15 at 20:52

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