Menu
CTAN
Comprehensive TeX Archive Network
Cover Upload Browse Search

Direc­tory tex-archive/language/hyphenation/ukrhyph

Ukrhyph package.

This package contains hyphenation patterns for Ukrainian.

To install, copy all files to your texmf tree. For example,
create a directory $TEXMF/tex/generic/ukrhyph/ and put all
files there.

You can select your favourite pattern by editing `ukrhyph.tex'. 
Required encoding could be selected either by by editing `ukrhyph.tex' 
or by using file ukrhyph.<ENC> where <ENC> is output encoding.

Ukrainian hyphenation could be added to LaTeX by creation `hyphen.cfg'
file containing e.g. the following lines:

----------------------------------------------------------------------
\language=0 % English
\lefthyphenmin=2 \righthyphenmin=3 % disallow x- or -xx breaks
\input hyphen
\language=1 % Ukrainian
\lefthyphenmin=2 \righthyphenmin=2 % disallow x- or -x breaks; -xx OK
\input ukrhyph.t2a
% Or \input ukrhyph.lcy
% Or \input ukrhyph.ot2
\def\English{\language0 }
\def\Ukrainian{\language1 }
\language=0 % English
----------------------------------------------------------------------

If you use Babel, you can modify `language.dat':

----------------------------------------------------------------------
% File    : language.dat
% Purpose : tell iniTeX what files with patterns to load.
english    hyphen.tex
% you can uncomment what encoding do you need
ukrainian     ukrhyph.t2a
%ukrainian     ukrhyph.lcy
%ukrainian     ukrhyph.ot2
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Files:
~~~~~~

README          This file

catlcy.tex      Set the \catcode values of the lowercase Ukrainian
                letters in the LCY encoding to 12.
lcy2koi.tex     LCY to Koi8-u encoding (just in case).
lcy2lcy.tex     LCY to LCY encoding (to setup \lccode values).
lcy2ot2.tex     LCY to OT2 (LWN) encoding.
lcy2t2a.tex     LCY to T2A encoding.
lcy2ucy.tex     LCY to UCY (Omega Unicode Cyrillic) encoding.

ukrhyph.tex     `Head' file which inputs the specified patterns and
                re-encodes them to the specified font encoding.
                Users can edit this file, selecting the patterns and
                font encodings.
ukrenhyp.tex    `Head' file for combined English-Ukrainian hyphenation
                (don't use it with OT2 (LWN) encoding).

ukrhyph.koi     `Head' file which inputs the specified patterns
                and re-encodes them to KOI8-u encoding.
ukrhyph.lcy     `Head' file which inputs the specified patterns
                and re-encodes them to LCY encoding.
ukrhyph.ot2     `Head' file which inputs the specified patterns
                and re-encodes them to OT2 (LWN) encoding.
ukrhyph.t2a     `Head' file which inputs the specified patterns
                and re-encodes them to T2A (X2) encoding.
ukrhyph.ucy     `Head' file which inputs the specified patterns
                and re-encodes them to UCY (Omega Unicode Cyrillic) encoding.

ukrhypsm.tex    Ukrainian TeX hyphenation patterns by Andrij Shvaika
                (modern rules,  see file `rules90{.tex,.ps,.pdf}'). These
                patterns are based on a file of more than 84000 Ukrainian
                words hyphenated according to the modern
                (liberal, may be too liberal :) rules.

ukrhypst.tex    Ukrainian TeX hyphenation patterns by Andrij Shvaika
                (modern rules with some corrections). These patterns are
                based on a file of more than 84000 Ukrainian words
                hyphenated according to the modern rules with removed
                ``suspicious breaks''.


ukrhypmt.tex    Ukrainian TeX hyphenation patterns by Maksym Polyakov
                (old rules, see file `rules60{.tex,.ps,.pdf}').

ukrhypmp.tex    Ukrainian TeX hyphenation patterns by Maksym Polyakov
                (old rules, see file `rules60{.tex,.ps,.pdf}',
                breaking into syllables according to phonetical principles,
                see file `rules_ph{.tex,.ps,.pdf}').

ukrhypfa.tex    Ukrainian TeX hyphenation patterns derived from Russian
                patterns by Dimitri Vulis by substitution Russian vowels
                with corresponding Ukrainian ones.


Required:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

hypht2.tex      file from ruhyphen package
                CTAN/language/hyphenation/ruhyphen/hypht2.tex
                "It enables the hyphenation of words containing explicit
                hyphens when using ... e.g. T2 encoded fonts". See
                CTAN/language/hyphenation/ruhyphen/README.



Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 4414 1999-07-31 08:16
catlcy.tex 1327 1999-06-27 03:43
lcy2koi.tex 1049 1999-06-27 03:43
lcy2lcy.tex 1023 1999-06-27 03:43
lcy2ot2.tex 1259 1999-06-27 03:43
lcy2t2a.tex 1003 1999-06-27 03:43
lcy2ucy.tex 1096 1999-06-27 03:43
rules60.pdf 106565 1999-07-31 08:18
rules60.ps 111402 1999-07-31 08:20
rules60.tex 7667 1999-07-31 08:21
rules90.pdf 105735 1999-07-31 08:19
rules90.ps 77929 1999-07-31 08:20
rules90.tex 5581 1999-07-31 08:21
rules_ph.pdf 70816 1999-07-31 08:17
rules_ph.ps 76256 1999-07-31 08:19
rules_ph.tex 3632 1999-07-31 08:20
ukrenhyp.tex 70 1999-07-06 01:02
ukrhypfa.tex 31597 1999-06-27 03:43
ukrhyph.koi 58 1999-06-27 03:43
ukrhyph.lcy 58 1999-06-27 03:43
ukrhyph.ot2 58 1999-06-27 03:43
ukrhyph.t2a 58 1999-06-27 03:43
ukrhyph.tex 2132 2001-05-11 07:06
ukrhyph.ucy 58 1999-06-27 03:43
ukrhypmp.tex 17357 2001-05-11 07:06
ukrhypmt.tex 15511 2001-05-11 07:06
ukrhypsm.tex 21051 1999-07-31 08:21
ukrhypst.tex 20371 1999-07-31 08:21

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (383.5k).

ukrhyph – Hyphen­ation Pat­terns for Ukrainian

A range of pat­terns, de­pend­ing on the en­cod­ing of the out­put font (in­clud­ing the stan­dard T2A, so one can use the pat­terns with free fonts).

Pack­age De­tailsukrhyph
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerDim­itri Vulis
An­drij Sh­vaika
Maksym Polyakov
Con­tained inTeXlive as ukrhyph
MikTeX as ukrhyph
Topics doc­u­men­ta­tion in, and sup­port for type­set­ting Ukrainian
macros or ta­bles for hy­phen­ation
Guest Book Sitemap Contact