From: Werner Donné (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Aug 20 2004 - 00:34:11 PDT
Have you changed the XEP/etc/hypens.xml configuration file?
Dean, Tim (STP) wrote:
> I wish to render PDF documents without allowing any text to be hyphenated. If I am reading the XSL-FO spec, this is the default behavior for the hyphenation property. Is my understanding correct?
> Now, in XEP I find that there are several hyphenation-related config files included. For a variety of reasons, I would like to remove all files that are not necessary from my runtime environment. However, if I remove these files I find that XEP spits out error messages as it tries to find these files.
> Is there any way to tell XEP not to look for these files, which shouldn't be necessary because I'm not hyphenating anything?
> Tim Dean
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