[XeTeX] Greek Hyphenation (monotoniko)
jonathan_kew at sil.org
Mon Jan 9 15:50:31 CET 2006
On 9 Jan 2006, at 2:29 pm, Malte Rosenau wrote:
> Unicode-based TeX for Mac OS X <xetex at tug.org> schrieb am 09.01.06
>> One further issue to consider would be composed vs. decomposed text;
>> this file uses precomposed letters for the vowels with tonos or
>> dieresis, but these could also be encoded as sequences of vowel +
>> diacritic. So additional rules should be included to recognize those
>> forms as well. This is left as an exercise for the reader.... :-)
> Thanks to both of you. This is really helpful.
> BTW: Wouldn't it be better to use a separate language.dat for
> XeTeX? And are there any other problems to be expected when
> I use Babel? Isn't there a lot of other localized stuff (numbering,
> dates, section names) that is not Unicode?
Yes, there's probably some such stuff. However, if that "localized
stuff" is expressed using LaTeX control sequences (rather than
directly as 8-bit character codes in some legacy font encoding),
Ross's xunicode.sty package may be able to sort things out for you...
I'm afraid I don't use any of this stuff, so I'm not really sure how
it all interacts.
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