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The \textglos{} package provides a set of macros for in-line linguistic examples (as opposed to interlinear glossing, set apart from the main text). It prevents hyphenated examples from breaking across lines and consistently formats phonemic examples, orthographic examples, and more.

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text­g­los – Type­set and in­dex lin­guis­tic gloss ab­bre­vi­a­tions

The pack­age pro­vides a set of macros for in-line lin­guis­tic ex­am­ples (as op­posed to in­ter­lin­ear gloss­ing, set apart from the main text). It pre­vents hy­phen­ated ex­am­ples from break­ing across lines and con­sis­tently for­mats phone­mic ex­am­ples, or­tho­graphic ex­am­ples, and more.

Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion1.0
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2013 Natalie We­ber
Main­tainerNatalie We­ber
Con­tained inTeXLive as text­g­los
Topics sup­port for lin­guis­tics
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