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

Philip Taylor P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk
Fri Nov 7 09:30:13 CET 2014

Thank you, Arthur (and all others who have helped to identify the 
cause).  As an interim work-around, I had added :

	\def ͵{\char `\͵ \penalty 10000 \relax}
	\def ʹ{\penalty 10000 \char `\ʹ \relax}

which worked but which /may/ have had undesirable side-effects (none 
noticed so far, but one never knows ...) but I will replace this with 
zero-settling of the two \lccodes and report back.

** Phil.
Arthur Reutenauer wrote:

>> No, no changes to any \lccodes or \uccodes at all, Arthur.
>    Understood.  But as is implied in the rest of the thread, XeTeX does
> that for you in the format (via unicode-letters.tex).  For the time
> being, just reset the character's \lccode to zero and you'll be fine.
> I'll be discussing a long-term solution.
> 	Arthur

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