Re: [xep-support] About french hyphenation (again)

From: Jirka Kosek <>
Date: Wed Jan 02 2008 - 06:52:02 PST

Jacques Foucry wrote:

> For example the word lancée is cut as la-ncée and should be cut as lan-cée.
> I've put into the file :
> lan5ce.
> Which mean (for me) "it's better to cut after the 'n' character". But it
> doesn't work.

Hi Jacques,

you can always put exceptions to hyphenation rules at the end of file like:


Hyphen there denotes places where break could occur. Such rules always
override general hyphenation patterns.



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