No, that has nothing to do with the XML Graphics Commons refactoring.
FOP 0.91beta didn't contain a fop-hyph.jar, either. FOP does not
contain any hyphenation patterns anymore due to difficulties conforming
with the Apache license policy. You'll have to download the hyphenation
patterns from the project and make sure the license
restrictions of each hyphenation file is suitable for your environment.

So, no, it's not possibly for us to include fop-hyph.jar with the next

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On 24.04.2006 02:00:56 Craeg Strong wrote:
> Hello:
> I am really excited about the new developments for FOP, and I have been 
> downloading
> and using the latest beta versions as soon as they become available.
> After upgrading to 0.92beta, I am getting the following error:
>  [fop] Apr 23, 2006 7:53:21 PM org.apache.fop.hyphenation.Hyphenator 
> getHyphenationTree
>  [fop] SEVERE: Couldn't find hyphenation pattern en
> I believe the reason is that I need fop-hyph.jar in my path. 
> Unfortunately fop-hyph.jar is not included in the default binary 
> distribution.
> Of course I can build fop from source and get fop-hyph.jar that way...
> This is a change from 0.91 due to the refactoring to use xmlgraphics 
> commons, right?
> But anyway would it be possible for you to include fop-hyph.jar file by 
> default in the next binary release of FOP?
> It is needed to process Docbook sources into PDF.  Please advise, thanks!
> --Craeg

Jeremias Maerki

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