[tex-hyphen] New language classiclatin – question about the language code
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Tue Jun 3 14:02:32 CEST 2014
On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 1:44 PM, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I have just received a request to add new patterns to hyph-utf8.
> So I have a new challenge for Arthur (or anyone else who wants to add
> something): what language code should we use? Should a new language
> tag be requested to distinguish between modern and classic Latin? Is
> there maybe a way that a single set of patterns could satisfy both (or
> would the same word be hyphenated differently in classical and
> "modern(?)" Latin)?
> Wikipedia lists the following variants:
> Archaic Latin
> Classical Latin
> Vulgar Latin
> Medieval Latin
> Renaissance Latin
> Early modern Latin
> Modern Latin
> so in case of asking for new tags I'm not even sure which ones should
> be requested.
using "lat-cla" from Linguist List.
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