[NTG-context] Wrong hyphenation when using patterns={fr,agr}

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Wed Aug 10 15:13:12 CEST 2016


On 8/10/2016 2:15 PM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote:
>> I see:
>>
>> languages       > initialization > language 'fr', patterns 'agr,fr',
>> discarding conflict (0-9)'(0-9)
>>
>> so, the ' is used differently between the languages
>
>   As I remember, French has 2'2 while Ancient Greek has 8'8 which are
> not exactly contradictory ;-)  We could of course normalise all
> languages to the same value (8 is probably sound); in the mean time
> Joseph can edit his own copy of, say, the French patterns to replace the
> 2’s by 8’s.

some harmonization can indeed help there because one never know how the 
weights matter (8'8 vs 7'7 would be interesting indeed)

which remind me that the l/r min values should probably also be adapted 
in such cases

Hans

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