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Since version 8.8, coq has done something horrible to its documentation
building process that requires me to add, remove and/or edit
dependencies every time a new version comes out.
For 8.8.2, the problem is something called xindy, a TeX index generator.
We've got a package for it, but that only seems to contain the scripts;
there is an executable bit for it that is written in CLISP. TeXLive
distributes it as a binary, it seems; there are some binary versions for
at least netbsd-amd64 and netbsd-i386.
Running xindy at the moment just results in an error message, namely
'cannot locate xindy.mem', which basically means that xindy can't find
its compiled bits.
So what is the best way to go here? Package the binary blob? Try to
revamp the package entirely and build the thing from source? Has anyone
ever had to deal with a similar problem? Is anyone actually using
textproc/tex-xindy successfully and am I just doing something wrong?
(FreeBSD ports doesn't seem to have xindy, so no inspiration there...)
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