[tex-hyphen] Names of files in OFFO

Barbara Beeton bnb at ams.org
Fri Mar 11 23:07:38 CET 2016

On Fri, 11 Mar 2016, Arthur Reutenauer wrote:

    On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 07:55:59PM +0100, Claudio Beccari wrote:
    > Arthur the two cases you are illustrating are not simple hypotheses, they
    > are real cases.

      That doesn't actually surprise me.  And this being so, isn't it the
    case that the two sets of hyphenation patterns you created are
    characterised not so much by the variant of Latin they're used with, but
    rather by the type of hyphenation they define?

this is rather reminding me of the
difference between u.s. and u.k.
hyphenation patterns.  u.s., allegedly
based on pronunciation, u.k., on
etymology.  there really should be
a way to get both, even if classical
latin isn't much spoken any more.
					-- bb

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