[luatex] Hyphenation in plain TeX
lomov.vl at gmail.com
Fri Oct 8 11:01:22 CEST 2010
** Mojca Miklavec [2010-10-08 10:54:42 +0200]:
> On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 10:49, Vladimir Lomov wrote:
>> ** Khaled Hosny [2010-10-08 10:21:17 +0200]:
>>> The \uccode/\lccode is not set for anything but ASCII (or whatever TeX
>>> engine internally have), XeTeX sets it for the entire Unicode charset
>>> in the format, but we don't yet for LuaTeX, so any hyphenation requiring
>>> characters outside ASCII will not work out of box (or at least this is
>>> my understanding).
>> AFAIK, ASCII is 7-bit encoding so neither German nor French don't fir
>> into ASCII.
> Sure, but in German or French it's only "every tenth" letter that is
> problematic, so TeX will still hyphenate somewhere using the remaining
> nine ascii ones. It will definitely miss many allowed hyphenations,
> but it will still look OK. While in Russian it is every single letter
> that lacks lccode setting, so you won't get any hyphenation at all
> unless you set those codes.
Yeh, seems I get it. I'll try to check how some French or German words
are hyphenated but I think you're right. So know I need the whole
\lccode lines (I read you other message). Ok, I'll try and report about
WBR, Vladimir Lomov
Double Bucky, you're the one,
You make my keyboard so much fun,
Double Bucky, an additional bit or two, (Vo-vo-de-o)
Control and meta, side by side,
Augmented ASCII, 9 bits wide!
Double Bucky, a half a thousand glyphs, plus a few!
Oh, I sure wish that I,
Had a couple of bits more!
Perhaps a set of pedals to make the number of bits four.
Double Double Bucky! Double Bucky left and right
OR'd together, outta sight!
Double Bucky, I'd like a whole word of,
Double Bucky, I'm happy I heard of,
Double Bucky, I'd like a whole word of you!
-- to Nicholas Wirth, who suggested that an extra bit
be added to terminal codes on 36-bit machines for use
by screen editors. [to the tune of "Rubber Ducky"]
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