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lahyph – Hyphenation patterns for the Latin language

Th­ese are pat­terns for the Latin lan­guage mainly in mod­ern spelling (u when u is needed and v when v is needed); me­dieval spelling with the lig­a­tures \ae and \oe and the (un­cial) low­er­case ā€˜vā€™ writ­ten as a ā€˜uā€™ is also sup­ported; ap­par­ently there is no con­flict be­tween the pat­terns of mod­ern Latin and those of me­dieval Latin.

The pat­terns sup­port the re­stricted char­ac­ter set of the OT1-en­cod­ing (ob­vi­ously with­out the lig­a­ture char­ac­ters), as well as T1-en­coded us­age.

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Main­tainerClau­dio Bec­cari
Con­tained inTeX Live as hy­phen-latin

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