[tex-hyphen] Possible error in hyphenation patterns for Ancient Greek.
arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org
Thu Nov 6 16:00:17 CET 2014
> 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 letter.
Good point, that's probably the way to go. Though from looking at the
lists of characters with category Lm, I wonder if we should treat them
as letters after all ... it's mostly modifier letters and spacing
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