[texhax] [tex-hyphen] help

Werner LEMBERG wl at gnu.org
Mon Nov 19 20:50:49 CET 2018

>>    In this matter I defer entirely to the TUG hyphenation team
>>    (Arthur, Mojca, ...) who know infinitely more about such things
>>    than I ever did or will.
>   I wrote a UTF-8 version of patgen a few years ago.  It is very
> slow because I didn’t need it for production, but I can look into
> improving it.  Documentation is scarce, for the same reason.
> 	https://github.com/hyphenation/hydra
>   Mathias Nater also worked on his version, but I never tried it out.
> 	https://github.com/mnater/orthos
>   I would suggest that if Prasad is allowed to publish his word
> list, he do so so that we have a better idea of how we can help him.
> This will certainly be more efficient than emailing back and forth.

Another possibility for an experienced C++ user would be to convert
opatgen's (GPLed) source code to modern C++, then publishing it on
gitlab or something similar.


Please please please please :-)


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