On 17.03.2005 15:02:02 Andreas L. Delmelle wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jeremias Maerki [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > On 17.03.2005 11:00:15 Andreas L. Delmelle wrote:
> <snip />
> > > - Installing:
> > > should basically come down to
> > > a) making sure the JAR containing the hyphenation patterns
> > > is accessible to FOP,
> > I read: make sure hyphenation patterns in an additional JAR is detected
> > by FOP. Right?
> Right. One small question: is it sufficient to have this JAR, say, in the
> CLASSPATH at runtime? (That was what I made out of it so far...)
That's what I would expect.
> > > or b) making the XML available via the userconfig.
> > You mean the uncompiled hyphenation XMLs? Not sure here.
> Yes, I wasn't sure of it myself... Ultimately, a hyph-only JAR containing
> only compiled patterns would render this approach obsolete --suboptimal at
> the very least.
> In that case, the userconfig page might need a small update too; the
> hyphenation-dir setting can be dropped.
I don't think it would render it obsolete. Automatic compilation of the
hyphenation patterns could be seen as user-friendly. Fewer things to do.
Just a thought. It's secondary anyway.