[NTG-context] bug in hyphenmin?

Pablo Rodriguez oinos at gmx.es
Mon Dec 14 17:03:20 CET 2015


On 12/13/2015 08:17 PM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
> Dear list,
> 
> I have the following sample:
> 
>     \setuplanguage[es][lefhyphenmin=1, righthyphenmin=1]
>     \mainlanguage[es]
> 
>     \definehyphenationfeatures
>        [givemefive]
>        [hyphenmin=5]
> 
>     \setuphyphenation
>         [method=traditional]
> 
>     \sethyphenationfeatures
>         [strict, givemefive]
> 
>     \starttext
>     \hyphenatedword{bueno buenos}
>     \stoptext
> 
> Although I set hyphenmin to 5, I don’t get "bueno" hyphenated?

Replying to myself, there is no bug in hyphenmin. The Spanish patterns
don’t add "bue-no" (I haven’t asked yet, but I guess this is to avoid
starting a line with a negative particle). I have to add an hyphenation
exception.

But there is an issue with hyphenmin shown in this sample:

    \mainlanguage[es]

    \definehyphenationfeatures
       [givemefive]
       [hyphenmin=4]

    \setuphyphenation
        [method=traditional]

    \sethyphenationfeatures
        [strict, givemefive]

    \starttext
    \hyphenatedword{buena}
    \stoptext

hyphenmin requires a value of 4 to hyphenate a five-letter word (and 3
to hyphenate a four letter word).

Isn’t this a bug?

Many thanks for your help,

Pablo
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