[tex-hyphen] liturgical latine
sojka at fi.muni.cz
Mon May 10 10:38:43 CEST 2010
On Sun, May 09, 2010 at 10:08:33AM +0300, Elie Roux wrote:
> I'm writing some books with TeX using liturgical latine, which for about
> 100 years contains accents. The accents do not change the sounds but the
> accentuation, so any vowel can be accentuated: ??, ý (in Kýrie eléison
> only), é, á, í, ú and ó. ?? theorically could also be accentuated, but
> I've never seen it (it mostly appears in non-liturgical latine).
> Would it be possible to hyphenate the accentuated latine with the same
> patterns as the non-accentuated one? Or should I rewrite it? If the best
Yes, you can.
Just set \lccode s of accented characters to their non-accented
In the case you would need the \lccode mappings for lowercasing,
use etex's \savehyphcodes primitive when generating format file.
Hope that helps
> is to add some patterns, how do you think we should proceed? Should we
> wait for the system from Javier? Or modify the current latine file? Or
> add a new one like liturgicallatine?
> Thank you,
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