[tex-hyphen] Hyphenation of polytonic Greek (expressed in Unicode)
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Fri Sep 13 11:42:33 CEST 2013
On Sep 12, 2013 7:48 PM, "Jonathan Kew" wrote:
> Or you could cheat by loading both the English and Greek patterns into
the same TeX \language; as they are dealing with separate parts of the
Unicode character space, they won't interfere with each other. Then both
English and Greek will hyphenate correctly with no additional markup or
> This is of course a limited "hack" that may be suitable for a specific
project where you can create a custom format with the "merged" patterns you
need, and the patterns involved don't overlap; it's not a general-purpose
solution for multilingual hyphenation.
If the project needs to be compiled on a small limited number of computers,
I would use that "hack" exactly. One can create a simple tlpkg that
installs a new combined language for example.
Interchar tokens are also a hack after all.
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