[tex-hyphen] Special languages
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Thu Apr 29 20:20:18 CEST 2010
Am 29.04.2010 16:15, schrieb Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard:
> Le 29/04/2010 14:27, Stephan Hennig a écrit :
>> How do the timestamped
>> patterns break your scheme for all the other languages?
> Short version: our choice is to use only plain text files for patterns loaded at
> runtime, similar to those found at , kindly provided by Mojca. If you want to
> provide such files in dehyph-exptl, then we'll happily support dynamic loading
> of these patterns.
>  http://www.tug.org/svn/texhyphen/trunk/plain/
Thanks! Any pointer to what the files with different extensions are?
Here is what I guess
.pat plain patterns
.chr the set of characters used in the pattern file
.hyp hyphenation exceptions
Is that correct?
What of those four files should be part of a contribution, e.g., is the
.chr file automatically generated from the .pat file or is it in the
responsibility of the contributor?
Where should contributed files be committed? (In case I can manage to
recover my account data for the svn.)
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