[tex-hyphen] Bug? loadhyph-zh-latn.tex vs loadhyph-zh-latn-pinyin.tex

Mojca Miklavec mojca.miklavec.lists at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 19:18:49 CEST 2011

On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 19:04, Bruce Rusk wrote:
> I see on the changelog that this filename has recently been updated, and I
> suspect that is what is causing a document of mine to fail to typeset under
> MikTeX 2.9 for Windows. I just updated hyph-utf8 to Every time I try to
> typeset it, MiKTeX complains that
> tex\generic\hyph-utf8\loadhyph\loadhyph-zh-latn.tex is missing and tries to
> download it from a repository. But the appropriate directory contains
> loadhyph-zh-latn-pinyin.tex, which seems to be the new filename.
> Clearly somewhere it’s still looking for loadhyph-zh-latn.tex, but I’m not
> sure where I might make a change. I’ve tried copying the “latn” file to
> “latn-pinyin,” but that didn’t help. Any suggestions?

My last information was the following one:

On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 13:36, Christian Schenk wrote:
> Hello Mojca, thank you for the information. I have updated the config file
> (languages.ini.
> Regards,
> Christian

I cannot update MikTeX to see what exactly is going on (it happens to
me for the first time that I'm getting permission problems even if I'm
running the update as Administrator).

If updating doesn't help you and you just want to typeset something,
go to MikTeX Options and disable pinyin language. Or try to find
languages.ini. I saw it once, but I forgot where exactly.


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