Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-04-22 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
On 4/3/19 4:14 PM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote: > [...] > βμ βν γμ θμ πμ τν φμ χμ > > are the only consonant pairs that require a different treatment. Would > you please confirm? Arthur, the pairs are (to the best of my knowledge): βμ βν γμ δλ θμ πμ τν φμ χμ The patterns would be:

Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-04-03 Thread Arthur Reutenauer
Pablo, On Sun, Mar 31, 2019 at 10:55:18PM +0200, Pablo Rodriguez wrote: > Since this isn’t about myself or my documents, I guess it is worth to > provide the optional hyphenation set to all TeX users, not only the ones > who use ConTeXt. You’re making it impossible to help you.

Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-03-31 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
On 3/31/19 10:18 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote: > Pablo Rodriguez schrieb am 30.03.19 um 15:40: >> [...] >> For me, adding the command to the document (or the distribution) would >> be easier. But this isn’t about my documents or myself. > > You can put your extensions in a module and put it on the

Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-03-31 Thread Wolfgang Schuster
Pablo Rodriguez schrieb am 30.03.19 um 15:40: On 3/26/19 9:42 AM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote: On Mon, Mar 25, 2019 at 08:57:40PM +0100, Pablo Rodriguez wrote: I read your original message when you sent it, but the issue with that kind of hyphenation exceptions is that they are document-based

Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-03-30 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
On 3/26/19 9:42 AM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote: > On Mon, Mar 25, 2019 at 08:57:40PM +0100, Pablo Rodriguez wrote: >> I read your original message when you sent it, but the issue with that >> kind of hyphenation exceptions is that they are document-based > > No. Why would they be restricted to a

Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-03-26 Thread Arthur Reutenauer
On Mon, Mar 25, 2019 at 08:57:40PM +0100, Pablo Rodriguez wrote: > I read your original message when you sent it, but the issue with that > kind of hyphenation exceptions is that they are document-based No. Why would they be restricted to a single document? > This is why I asked for the

Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-03-25 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
On 3/25/19 3:09 PM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote: > Dear Pablo, > > Five months ago I sent you a private email with detailed explanations > of how you can achieve that in ConTeXt. I suggest you go through that > first before we start talking about a new pattern set. Here is the > email, with

Re: [NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-03-25 Thread Arthur Reutenauer
Dear Pablo, Five months ago I sent you a private email with detailed explanations of how you can achieve that in ConTeXt. I suggest you go through that first before we start talking about a new pattern set. Here is the email, with a few updates (the paragraph quoted at the top is by

[NTG-context] optional hyphenation patterns in ancient Greek

2019-03-24 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
Dear list (especially Thomas and Arthur), I opened a request for optional hyphenation patterns at GitHub (https://github.com/hyphenation/tex-hyphen/issues/34). I’m not advocating changing the default, but only providing hyphenation patterns that allow hyphenating consonant pairs that cannot be