[tex-hyphen] Names of files in OFFO
claudio.beccari at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 00:41:23 CET 2016
I never tried to mix modern and classic latin, but I suppose that with
polyglossia it might be possible, thanks to the possibility of changing
settings with \PolyglossiaSetup, and/or to specify the same secondary
(other) language with different options again and again.
As far as I know babel, it seems that once babel ha read the language
options and their modifiers or attributes, the situation remains frozen.
May be I am wrong.
Since modern and classic latin differ essentialy the way thay are
hyphenated, I don't exclude that by doing some wizardry with \l at latin
and \l at classiclatin it might be possible to switch from modern to
classic latin back and forth.
On 16/03/2016 21:07, Ulrike Fischer wrote:
> Am Fri, 11 Mar 2016 19:55:59 +0100 schrieb Claudio Beccari:
> [latin hyphenation variants]
> A bit of-topic: On tex.sx there was some time ago a question about
> how to combine modern and classic greek in one document with babel
> and I saw that there is no simple way to do it.
> How is the situation for latin? Would it be possible to use the
> variants (along with the hyphenation patterns) side by side like you
> could do it e.g. for german and ngerman?
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