I'm using TexMaker on Mac. I use glossaries in my document, like this

\iflanguage{czech}{\renewcommand*{\acronymname}{Seznam pou{\v z}it{\' y}ch zkratek}}{}

When I try to compile it, I get an error

No language module detected for 'czech'

I have no idea how to solve this and nothing I found on Google helped me.

For completeness of information, I have OS X Yosemite and I installed LateX with MacTex.

Any ideas

  • Please provide a complete example. glossaries does not always cause a compilation failure when it fails to find a suitable language module. I see this regularly as a compilation warning as opposed to an error. So obviously your case is different somehow. – cfr Apr 27 '16 at 0:39
  • Oh, I see. I wrote it's an error, which was mistake. It's in fact a warning and now I see that the document eventually compiles. I'm sorry, I'm not very experienced with LateX. So is it ok that it shows me the warning? I mean, the document compiles, so I maybe I shouldn't care, right? – Michal Artazov Apr 27 '16 at 1:20
  • It just means that standard strings like List of Acronyms or see or whatever may appear in the wrong language. So check the output to make sure that everything is in Czech. (I'm assuming your document is in Czech.) – cfr Apr 27 '16 at 2:42
  • There's currently no glossaries support for Czech. There are instructions on creating a new language module in the Creating a New Language Module section of the manual. – Nicola Talbot Apr 27 '16 at 9:01

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