[tex-hyphen] encodings in language.dat
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Mon Jul 9 08:52:40 CEST 2012
> I was thinking of starting using it (for example for Russian), but in
> that case I would at least prefer a clear split between UTF-8 and
> 8-bit engines (two copies of languages.dat), and it is not entirely
> clear to me what is the actual demand for that, and it is not clear to
> me whether it is worth doing it or not. ConTeXt supports multiple
> encodings per language for years now.
Thanks, Mojca. These are the applications I was thinking of,
and I much prefer a single engine, if possible. The two options
should be available, imo. I'll have a look at Context.
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