[XeTeX] Hyphenation around „ß“

Zdenek Wagner zdenek.wagner at gmail.com
Mon Jan 13 14:16:44 CET 2014

2014/1/13 Philip Taylor <P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk>:
> Georg Pfeiffer wrote:
>> There should be no difference, because the used word in the test have
>> the same spelling and hyphenation in both variants. The patterns should
>> be the same. The problem sticks anywhere between xetex and the output
>> (LaTeX for XeTeX, xltxtra, babel, polygrossia).
> Well, I am confused (not an unusual state of affairs, many will opine).
> My 1999 edition of the Collins German Dictionary (reformed orthography)
> gives only "wusste", and gives it as the preterite of "wissen".
> Does "wußte" exist in the Reformed Orthography, and if so,
> with what meaning ?
Regional variant? I have typeset a few text written by authors from
Österreich and they used wusste and wissen, there was no ß in the
whole book.

> ** Phil.
> [1] Collins German Dictionary, ISBN-10 0-00-470585-8,
> unabbridged, 4th edition, > 2000 pp.
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Zdeněk Wagner

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