[tex-hyphen] js hyphen patterns?
elie.roux at telecom-bretagne.eu
Sun Mar 20 16:53:28 CET 2016
I wanted to build some hyphenation patterns for js (to be used in
Hyphenator and hypher), in order to allow people to easily use
(and proofread) Latin hyphenation patterns.
The only way to have js patterns in line with the documentation seems
to be a webpage provided by Hyphenator. But a ruby script lies in
tex-hyphen svn repository for what seems to be the same purpose, but
gives an outdated format (not including the difficult values
"patternArrayLength" and "valueStoreLength").
So the question is: do you know any other way than the webpage to make
js patterns? (a script would be much better to me, I started one on
https://github.com/eroux/pat-to-js, but then gave up). Also, maybe it
would be best to remove the script from the svn or mark it as outdated?
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