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Direc­tory language/hyphenation/nohyph

The current recommended hyphenation patterns for Norwegian, nohyphbx, 
was developed to support both Norwegian languages, Norwegian Bokm�l 
and Norwegian Nynorsk, and it works very well. Unfortunately, a few 
words needs to be hyphenated differently for the two languages. One 
example is "attende", which should be hyphenated 
"at-ten-de" in Norwegian Bokm�l and "att-en-de" 
in Norwegian Nynorsk.

This package adds two new hyphenation pattern files, 
"nbhyph.tex" and "nnhyph.tex", for Norwegian Bokm�l 
and Norwegian Nynorsk, respectively. The files include the Norwegian 
"nohyphx.tex" patterns (using \input), and just adds a 
\hyphenation exception block for the words that needs to be hyphenated 
differently for the two languages.

These patterns, "nbhyph.tex" and "nnhyph.tex" 
should become the recommended hyphenation patterns for Norwegian 
in the future. I hope to have proper support for them included in 
Babel at a later date.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (98.6k).

no­hyph – Nor­we­gian hy­phen­ation

The di­rec­tory holds the main Nor­we­gian hy­pe­na­tion pat­terns, to­gether with a cou­ple of ex­cep­tion files, one for Nor­we­gian Bok­mål (nbhyph.tex) and one for Nor­we­gian Nynorsk (nnhyph.tex). Each ex­cep­tion file may be used as a hy­phen­ation file in its own right, since each also loads the main pat­terns.

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Main­tainerOle Michael Sel­berg
Rune Kleve­land
Karl Ove Huftham­mer
Con­tained inTeX Live as hy­phen-nor­we­gian
Topics sup­port for type­set­ting nor­we­gian
macros or ta­bles for hy­phen­ation
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