[lltx] pattern loading in luatex

Philipp Stephani st_philipp at yahoo.de
Sat Mar 5 19:59:16 CET 2011

Am 05.03.2011 19:24, schrieb Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard:
> Le 05/03/2011 18:22, Stephan Hennig a écrit :
>> AFAIK, LuaTeX uses a more complex trie with pre-calculated fall-back
>> states.
> I wasn't aware of that, good to know.

Actually the manual (§6.4) states

"First and foremost, there is no ‘compressed trie' involved in
hyphenation. The algorithm still reads patgen-generated pattern files,
but LuaTEX uses a finite state hash to match the patterns against the
word to be hyphenated."

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