[XeTeX] Ancient Greek hyphenation

Manny Ram. sayajin_grandmaster at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 19 23:42:33 CEST 2007

>Peter Dyballa wrote:
>>Two or three things: since all FMT files already
exist, you need to  
"--refresh" them with the new language definitions (or
as '--byfmt  
xetex' and '--byfmt xelatex').
And you should use

>>sudo fmtutil-sys ...


Thanks for your time. Unfortunately, I tried "sudo
fmtutil-sys", only to receive the following message:
"We trust you have received the usual lecture from the
local System Administrator. It usually boils down to
these three things:..."

I eliminiated "sudo" and the commands went through ok.
Yet my Xetex document remains without hyphens. I even
tried " texexec --make --all". Nothing.

When I invoked the babel package and used "greek" as
an option, the pdf output lost all actual greek
letters and were replaced by parenthesis, comas,
semi-colons, etc. That is why my tex document didn't
have bable to begin with, I just type

Ok, my question now is, could this be a problem with
where the grahyph.tex package is located? Should I
remove the non-unicode greek line in language.dat
instead of disabling it with the percentage sign?

If anyone needs a copy of my tex document or the log
file, I'm more than glad to send it.

Thanks again.

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