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I am using TeXstudio to write a book, and I would like to include two index files. I am using the document class amsbook with package amsmidx for multiple indices. I succeed to generate two .idx files, and I know that I have to transform them to .ind files in order to compile all stuffs altogether. But I can't, I know only how to run the default .idx file to .ind file but not for these extra .idx files. I will be thankful for any help!

Edit:

Here is my code

\documentclass[10pt]{amsbook} 

\usepackage{amsmidx}
\makeindex{ind}
\makeindex{sind}

\begin{document}

\mainmatter

Symbol\index{sind}{symbol} and object\index{ind}{object}.

\backmatter

\Printindex{ind}{Index}
\Printindex{sind}{Symbol Index}

\end{document}
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    You can execute makeindex your_file.idx by hand from terminal and the ind will be generated. – Sigur Feb 20 at 11:15
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    Or maybe you can configure the makeindex option in Options menu to execute not only for %.idx but *.idx. – Sigur Feb 20 at 11:16
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    @Salomo, so * was not acceptable. The message says that you can pass the file names separated by spaces like faa.idx foo.idx and so on. So, you can at least for a while type the file names there. Do you know the names of the idx files you have, right? – Sigur Feb 20 at 11:44
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    From the ilg log file we get Extra '|' at position 4 of first argument. – Sigur Feb 20 at 12:48
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    @Salomo, so replace it by $\vert X\vert$. – Sigur Feb 20 at 12:55
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You can configure TeXstudio to run makeindex on a list of files given by names or to run on all idx files.

Go to Options > Configure TeXstudio and then Commands tab. You can see the command line corresponding to makeindex.

There you pass the ?*.idx to run on all files.

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After that you can compile your document and run makeindex as configures using the Tools > Index menu:

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