CTAN package update: Hyphenation Patterns in UTF-8 encoding
- hyph-en-gb.tex (ukhyphen) and hyph-en-us.tex (ushyphmax) added - Russian and Ukrainian depend on the old loading schemes (for UTF-8) again - some Russian patterns added (cyryoal (yo) for Russian and some more) that were forgotten before - import documentation for Bulgarian (still waiting for update from author) one upload before that: - Sanskrit added - Serbo-Croatian fixed - in Ancient Greek wrong patterns were loaded - fixes in Turkish and Basque
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hyph-utf8 – Hyphenation patterns expressed in UTF-8
Modern native UTF-8 engines such as XeTeX and LuaTeX need hyphenation patterns in UTF-8 format, whereas older systems require hyphenation patterns in the 8-bit encoding of the font in use (such encodings are codified in the LaTeX scheme with names like OT1, T2A, TS1, OML, LY1, etc).
The present package offers a collection of conversions of existing patterns to UTF-8 format, together with converters for use with 8-bit fonts in older systems. Since hyphenation patterns for Knuthian-style TeX systems are only read at iniTeX time, it is hoped that the UTF-8 patterns, with their converters, will completely supplant the older patterns.
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Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard (inactive)
Khaled Hosny (inactive)
Élie Roux (inactive)
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