[NTG-context] Ligature suppression word list

Hans Hagen j.hagen at xs4all.nl
Thu Apr 8 22:51:44 CEST 2021

On 4/8/2021 9:37 PM, Arthur Rosendahl wrote:

>    Dutch, by contrast, does not seem so well served: the OpenTaal group
> is dormant and no longer offers the hyphenated word list that was once
> available (that was already the case five years ago).  The most relevant
> page I find: https://www.opentaal.org/projecten/woordafbreking is from
> 2009.  There have apparently been recent updates by a single person (who
> incidentally sometimes contributes to the German hyphenation working
> group), but they’re rather generic.
fwiw: They are active in collecting words (they also do stuff for open 
office). Dutch patterns don't chaneg much because the hyphenation is 
syllable based and predictable enough I think. There haven't been that 
many released of dutch patterns.


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