[tex-hyphen] luatex-hyphen & TL

Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard mpg at elzevir.fr
Sat May 29 01:50:48 CEST 2010


Le 28/05/2010 13:25, Mojca Miklavec a écrit :
> I have a long half-answered thread in the outbox, but before
> proceeding, here are the half-updated tlpsrc files:
>    http://tug.org/svn/texhyphen/branches/luatex/TL/tlpkg/tlpsrc/
> Can you please check them and tell me which ones exactly need what exactly.
Sure, I'll look at it tomorrow.

> A few summary point:
> - OK, no XeTeX-specific language.dat
> - OK, language.dat should be read and ibycus should remain in
> language.dat.lua stating that it's disabled.


> - Can we nevertheless rename txtpatt and txthyp into something nicer?

If you wish.

> - Please send a complete list of luaspecial's needed for
> hyphen-xxx.tlpsrc. (Sorry, I know that I could know that list by now,
> but you have a better overview.)

Only ibycus and mogolian-lmc need to be disabled. Other languages were using
special="null" but maybe it's better to just use "txthyph=" (no value). Just
tell me what you prefer. If you prefer the second option over the special (I
think I do, now), I'll probably remove special="null" from the code.

You don't need to worry about Knuthian English, zeorhyph or dumyhyph. (Nor
normal US English for now...)

> - Please check all the tlpsrc files and report on any problems that you spot.

I'll do.
> - Please add (or at least please reply with a better proposal) a
> "comment=" directive to
>     AddHyphen ... comment=xxx
> that will generate
>     % xxx
>     language file.tex
I'll add it.

> - We need to remove ushyphmax from language.us and add some extra
> comments to hyphen-english.tlpsrc.

> Once we are through with that list (you may argue any contrary
> statements), we'll upload the package to CTAN.

I think we now agree on all points (at least all the above points), and I'm
looking forward to integrating your upcoming CTAN upload in TL 2010-pretest.

Thanks a lot for your time and energy (as always...)


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