[tex-hyphen] String preparation
elie.roux at telecom-bretagne.eu
Thu May 26 08:59:18 CEST 2016
> They work if you add 8́ (8, acute accent), which you should have
Well, I think we don't understand each other, I give up
> Yes, that’s 1300 patterns, in other words nothing.
> \lefthyphenmin and \righthyphenmin are only conveniences to avoid
> specifying certains patterns,
That's not the way I see it, but ok
Interesting, where is it documented?
> there is a concept in Unicode, that of grapheme cluster
Looks like the right concept indeed
> Clearly that’s the direction we need to go if we want to improve the
> situation; there could be an additional set of parameters for
> hyphenation, or a switch to change the interpretation of \left and
How do you foresee an implementation for this? This has to be in the
engine right? And how would you specify that? With a new primitive, or a
new symbol in the patterns (œ, )?
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