CTAN Update: babel
New - After extensive tests and fixing some issues, bidi=basic is not experimental any longer. - import in \babelprovide does not require a language code if the language name is a recognized one. - New macro: \ifbabelshorthand. - TS1, T3 and TS3 have been added to the non-ascii list, to avoid problems in case no ASCII-savvy encoding is requested. - Define Language and Script if fontspec does not known them (eg, the Japanese script). - Set the \thepage bidi bahavior in foots/heads. - Fix - Undefined \bbl at stripslash in Plain.
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/babel The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/required/babel/base/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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babel – Multilingual support for LaTeX, LuaLaTeX, XeLaTeX, and Plain TeX
This package manages culturally-determined typographical (and other) rules for a wide range of languages. A document may select a single language to be supported, or it may select several, in which case the document may switch from one language to another in a variety of ways.
Babel uses contributed configuration files that provide the detail of what has to be done for each language. Included is also a set of ini files for about 250 languages.
Many language styles work with pdfLaTeX, as well as with XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX, out of the box. A few even work with plain formats.
|Copyright||1989–2012 Johannes Braams et al.|
2012–2022 Javier Bezos and Johannes L. Braams
|Maintainer||Javier Bezos López|
Johannes L. Braams (inactive)
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