From: David Tolpin (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 06 2003 - 07:10:23 PST
> We've noticed in some of our documents that the hyphenation is not matching
> what we would expect. For example. the word "organizations" is hyphenated as
> "organ-izations". According to Websters Dictionary, the syllables are at
> "or-ga-ni-za-tions". So, we would expect the break at "orga-nizations" or
> "organi-zations". We've been careful to make sure we are only using the
> english pattern matching (ukhyphen.tex). Is there some way we can override
> the pattern matching that currently is implemented with our own patterns or
> a dictionary with the actual syllable breaks? I vaguely seem to remember
> that we could do this in a previous version of XEP.
are you using British or American hyphenation? They are different.
Exceptions are in
section at the end of the file. Just add your pattern (or-ga-ni-za-tions) there.
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