[NTG-context] wrong hyphenation in ancient Greek?

Thomas A. Schmitz thomas.schmitz at uni-bonn.de
Sat Oct 13 11:05:01 CEST 2018


On 13.10.2018 10:05, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
> As far as I know, two consonants in ancient Greek aren’t hyphenated,
> when they may begin a word.
> 
> Γν may be the beginning of word in Greek (such as γνῶσις), but even LSJ
> has no word that begins with γμ.
> 
> Am I missing something or should this be improved in the hyphenation
> patterns?

You're right, this shouldn't happen. I tried in vain to find the culprit 
in lang-agr.lua and to see more with

\enabletrackers[hyphenator.visualize,hyphenator.steps,languages.patterns]

but failed. Arthur is the guru here, so maybe he has a suggestion?

Thomas


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