[XeTeX] Follow-up to previous mail about hyphenation

Jonathan Kew jfkthame at gmail.com
Thu Mar 25 10:37:20 CET 2021

On 25/03/2021 09:27, Yannis Haralambous wrote:
> I noticed that the problem does not come from mapping. When I write
> ^^^^0643^^^^200d^^^^200d^^^^0643
> in the text (with \lefthyphenmin=1) and \lccode"200D="200D
> and when I load a pattern
> ^^^^200d1^^^^200d
> I get no hyphenation at all, as if the ^^^^200d character is not allowed 
> in hyphenation patterns,
> even though I took care to specify that it is of \catcode 12 and of 
> \lccode equal to itself…

Was that a typo? It would need to be \catcode 11 to be eligible for 
hyphenation, IIRC.

(There may well be other issues involved, but let's start here.)

> And I did this in a file with no mapping at all.
> Any idea where it comes from?
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