From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 07 2004 - 02:26:14 PDT
Such extension is technically feasible, however it is to be seen how
the priority of this task compares to the other tasks that we already
have on our TODO list.
As a workaround I can suggest the following: you can create separate
hyphenation file for every documents that has exceptions. Such
hyphenation file will contain all exceptions rules for this particular
document and can be associated with some "imaginary" language code in
XEP hyphenation configuration. This "language" should be used in the
Since you are doing a batch processing it won't be too hard to
implement this solution: just add additional pass there create
necessary hyphenation tables and make related associations. It is not
very elegant but it should work.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
JK> Jirka Kosek wrote:
>> But I will also welcome some XEP extension facility which will allow
>> adding new \hyphenation entries into FO instance. There are situations
>> where you can not alter global hyphenation files or you want different
>> rules in differents documents.
JK> Is there any chance that this will be impelemented in a foreseable
JK> future? I'm now in a process of converting a lot of batch formatting
JK> tasks from TeX and/or DSSSL to XSL-FO+XEP. Some documents have separate
JK> hyphenation exception lists.
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