[tex-hyphen] Help with UTF-8 Language
wl at gnu.org
Thu Oct 9 20:01:13 CEST 2014
>> Today, this design problem can be circumvented natively by luatex
> Does XeTeX also address this issue (open question, not one to which
> I claim to already know the answer)?
I think XeTeX doesn't offer this level of manipulation. However, I
don't know how much it has inherited from Omega.
> OK, so let's open up the question from just Khmer: if I were to
> want to build patterns for a language that had more than 243
> characters, is there a variant of Patgen that can correctly handle
> such a task?
`opatgen' should be able to do that. Unfortunately, it's not
maintained, and its C++ code is not compilable with today's compilers.
I guess that an experienced C++ programmer can fix this rather easily.
As usual, we need to find such a person who has time and interest to
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