[tex-hyphen] String preparation
elie.roux at telecom-bretagne.eu
Wed May 25 20:16:40 CEST 2016
> It’s one grapheme; if you want to treat as two characters, for
> example in order to allow a break after œ and œ́ at the start of a
> word, set \lefthyphenmin to 1 and write the patterns in such a way
> that they prohibit a break after any other single-character word
> start. There’s nothing special about that.
Except the huge amount of time one would have to spend on that... We
have 26000 hyphenated words, but that's really not much, especially for
Latin, and I don't think it's enough to use patgen... so that's really
not an option. Hacking something in Lua looks much more promising...
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