[tex-hyphen] Possible error in hyphenation patterns for Ancient Greek.

Jonathan Kew jfkthame at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 15:35:17 CET 2014

On 6/11/14 12:33, Arthur Reutenauer wrote:
>> Are you sure that that is the UNIcode code point of the numeral
>> sign?
>    Yes, this is U+0374 GREEK NUMERAL SIGN.  Depending on the font, it may
> well be displayed with a curl like an apostrophe, but it clearly
> shouldn't be treated as a letter.

Its Unicode general category is Lm (Letter Modifier), which means it'll 
be assigned \catcode = 11 and \lccode = itself by default. So you may 
want an extra pattern entry in the Greek files:


to suppress a possible hyphenation position when it occurs after a Greek 


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