[tex-hyphen] More on hyphenating Ancient Greek.
P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk
Thu Nov 13 11:38:16 CET 2014
Dear Claudio --
Claudio Beccari wrote:
> The problem is not LaTeX, but the program used for transforming XML
> source into LaTeX code.
There is no such program. The XML is processed directly by XeTeX (see
> The additional characters and the scholarly emendations are dealt
> with by LaTeX by means of package teubner.
Neither LaTeX nor Tuebner are being used.
> For what concerns Greek your problem probably persists even if you
> use OpenType fonts, instead of the LGR encoded ones;
I am not using LGR encoding; I am using Palatino Linotype "out of the
box" (i.e., as installed in my Windows fonts directory with no adjunct
files to re-map anything).
> with the latter ones the round and angle brackets are mapped to other
> chars and interfere with hyphenation. With OpenType fonts it is
> possible that assigning a positive \lccode to round and angle
> brackets hyphenation is still possible, but with unexpected results.
Palatino Linotype is supplied in Truetype format : if I were to play
with the \lccodes for round and angle brackets, would I also have to
re-generate the patterns ?
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