[NTG-context] xml, context and hyphenation

Wolfgang Zillig wolfgang.zillig at student.kuleuven.be
Mon Nov 7 16:38:11 CET 2005


when I add \hyphenation{Voll-stön-dig-keit} into my tex file I get the 
following error:

loading         : Context XML Macros (UTF-8)
! Not a letter.
\@default at adiaeresis ->\char 228
\utfunihashglyph ...r \utfdiv {#1}}{#1}\endcsname
<inserted text> Voll-stä
\hyphenation ...malhyphenation {\the \scratchtoks
l.118 \hyphenation{Voll-stän-dig-keit}

Any ideas?


Taco Hoekwater schrieb:

> Wolfgang Zillig wrote:
>> Hello,
>> sory for the late reply but I checked it again and I created an example
>> document please look at:
>> http://www.student.kuleuven.ac.be/~s0167070/env.pdf : now one word
>> "Vollständigkeit" ist
>> not hyphenated but "übernehmen" is hyphenated. As I process from a XML
>> file I can not do something like \hyphenation{Voll-stän-dig-keit}. What
>> can I do?
> You can put the \hyphenation command in your cont-sys.tex
> or cont-loc.tex. Or you can embed a
>  <?context-directive job environment myenv?>
> and put the \hyphenation command in myenv.tex.
> You have to switch to utf-8 encoding as well, I think.
> FYI,  ConTeXt simply seems to miss the first hyphen,
> I get the result of \hyphenation{Vollstän-dig-keit} from
> \showhyphens (you may want to increase the tolerance when
> working with xml input files).
> Cheers, Taco
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