2009/2/4 Hans Hagen <pra...@wxs.nl>:
> Dohyun Kim wrote:
>>
>> 2009/2/4 Hans Hagen <pra...@wxs.nl>:
>>>
>>> Yue Wang wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi, Hans:
>>>>
>>>> Great work! One comment:
>>>> Line 3 and 4, the second paragraph, the line is too stretched,
>>>> in fact you can break a Korean word anywhere you want, and no
>>>> hyphenation is needed.
>>>
>>> this version inserts a penalty5 and glue0
>>>
>>
>> The result has
>> - too wide space between Korean char(including Chinese char) and fullstop.
>> - too wide space between Korean char(including Chinese char) and comma.
>> - too wide space between Korean char(including Chinese char) and
>> opening parenthesis.
>> - too wide space between closing parenthesis and Korean char(including
>> Chinese char).
>> - too wide space between opening parenthesis and Korean char(including
>> Chinese char)
>> - too wide space between Korean char(including Chinese char) and
>> closing parenthesis.
>
>
> these spacings are configurable but keep in mind that when doing
> justification tex will try to distribute according to what is set
>
> maybe for korean the general space might be larger than normal?
>

Saying "too wide space" was my mistake. I mean, in all these cases
"no space" is desirable. Just allowing line break (withot stretching)
before opening parenthesis and after closing parenthesis will be good enough.
In all other cases, "do nothing" is what I want.

Dohyun Kim
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