taco at elvenkind.com
Tue Sep 29 15:41:02 CEST 2009
Patrick Gundlach wrote:
>> As a matter of principle, you're right, the correct Unicode character is
>> U+2010 HYPHEN, but it's very poorly supported in actual fonts even if
>> would be trivial, so it makes sense to use the formally ambiguous
>> instead. At least until HYPHEN is supported more widely.
> OK, then for my applications I map the glyph from codepoint x2010 to x2d.
To answer the original question: the character that luatex inserts is
configurable (per language, just like \hyphenation and \patterns) via
the primitive \prehyphenchar, which just happens to default to `\- for
backward compatibility (see section 6.4 in the manual for the details).
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