Simon Pepping wrote:
On Mon, Jan 22, 2007 at 09:12:18AM +0100, Jeremias Maerki wrote:
fop-hyph.jar only contains stuff if someone adds custom hyphenation
patterns. Normally, it's quite empty. fop-sandbox.jar currently doesn't
contain anything that is usable.

Users would like to use a meaningful fop-hyph.jar in order to get
hyphenation for a number of languages. You can use fop-hyph.jar from
the Offo project,
I do not know how this should be deployed in a Maven repository.

How do the hyph/*.hyp definitions within the JAR get read... is just having them in the classpath enough or is there something special about the file being named fop-hyph.jar?

If just being in the classpath is enough, then Offo could publish its hyph JAR as a Maven artifact under its own Group ID, and users could just declare a dependency on that artifact. I think that's out of the scope of the work I'm doing here though. ;-) I'm willing to give advice if someone else wants to take that on.


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