[tex-hyphen] updating the license of language patterns
georgi.boshnakov at manchester.ac.uk
Tue Apr 19 16:15:02 CEST 2016
Thanks for the quick reply. Keeping LPPL is fine, I was about to ask for it but thought that you would know better.
And thanks for the LibreOffice remark. I know that they have different patterns but have not looked into it.
Maybe it is time to do it.
From: Arthur Reutenauer [mailto:arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org]
Sent: 19 April 2016 15:08
To: Georgi Boshnakov
Cc: Mojca Miklavec; About TeX hyphenation patterns.
Subject: Re: [tex-hyphen] updating the license of language patterns
Many thanks for your assent. I've just updated the file, see
Note I've marked the file as available under either the LPPL or the MIT licence because we're trying to keep track of the different licences covering a file; sadly, we're having these licence discussions regularly and we find it better to explicit list the licences.
I also noticed that LibreOffice has a different hyphenation pattern file for Bulgarian, for which you're not credited, but that contains a number of patterns that look suspiciously like yours. Would you be interested in investigating what the differences are? The file is at
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