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Ukrainian lan­guage mod­ule for Ba­bel, v1.4c

Re­leased un­der the Project Public Li­cense v1.3c or later. See http://www.la­tex-project.org/lppl.txt

The pack­age pro­vides sup­port for use of Ba­bel in doc­u­ments writ­ten in Ukrainian. The sup­port is adapted for use both un­der legacy TEX en­gines, and un­der X∃TEX and LuaTEX.

Based on Rus­sian lan­guage mod­ule v1.3i by Igor A. Kotel­nikov <ki­a999 at mail dot ru>.

The cur­rent main­tainer is Sergiy Pono­marenko <sergiy.pono­marenko@gmail.com>.

  • un­pack ba­bel-ukrainian.zip
  • run "xe­la­tex.exe ukraineb.dtx" (rec­om­mended) or "pdfla­tex.exe ukraineb.dtx"; run "tex.exe ukraineb.dtx" or "tex.exe ukraineb.ins", if you don't need doc­u­men­ta­tion
  • move "ukraineb.ldf" to <textmf>/tex/generic/ba­bel/ba­bel-ukrainian/
  • move "ukraineb.pdf" and README to <textmf>/doc/generic/ba­bel-ukrainian/
  • up­date file­name base (see doc­u­men­ta­tion for your sys­tem)
  1. USAGE

Ukrainian lan­guage def­i­ni­tion file can be used both with legacy 8-bit en­gines (such as la­tex.exe or pdfla­tex.exe) and Uni­code com­pil­ers (xe­la­tex.exe or lu­ala­tex.exe). The Uni­code en­gines can be ran ei­ther in Uni­code mode or 8-bit com­pat­i­bil­ity mode, which em­u­lates the legacy en­gines. The two modes dif­fer by a set of pack­ages loaded in the pream­ble of a source file. It is im­por­tant to keep rec­om­mended or­der of the pack­ages loaded, es­pe­cially when run­ning Uni­code en­gines in a com­pat­i­bil­ity 8-bit mode.

In the ex­am­ples be­low, it is as­sumed that a source file has utf8 in­put en­cod­ing.

2.1. 8-bit mode

2.1.1 PDFLA,


2.1.2 Lua


2.1.3 XeLaTeX

\XeTeXinputencoding "bytes"

2.2 Uni­code mode, Lua or XeLaTeX

    \setmainfont{CMU Serif}
    \setsansfont{CMU Sans Serif}
    \setmonofont{CMU Typewriter Text}

In­stead of the Com­puter Modern Uni­code (CMU) fonts loaded in this ex­am­ple, you may try any True Type or Open Type font in­stalled on your com­puter pro­vided that that font came with Ukrainian let­ters.


See ukraineb.pdf for more in­for­ma­tion.


Be­fore switch­ing from a legacy 8-bit en­gine (tex, pdf­tex) to an Uni­code en­gine (xe­tex, lu­a­tex) and vise versa delete all .aux, .toc, .lot, .lof files as they might have stored in­com­pat­i­ble in­ter­nal en­cod­ings.


2018-04-11 ver­sion 1.4с

  • Fixed un­pro­tected end­lines.

2017-08-10 ver­sion 1.4b

* Default for \cyrdash is provided.
* TU encoding is set as default for XeTeX and LuaTeX; EU1 and EU2 encodings
  are kept for backward compatibility.

2017-06-13 ver­sion 1.4a

* Removing \week<roman number>day macro, since it is should be define in datetime2 class
* Removing revtex4(4-1) classes ukrainization because it unused in ukainian text typesetting
* Adding \acronymname, \lstlistingname and \lstlistlistingname macros to nonunicode captions

2017-06-10 ver­sion 1.4

* For compatibility with older Ukrainian packages we leave definition of the \No macro
* Fix Ukrainian translation of babel unicode string \chaptername
* Macros \Asbuk and \asbuk are removed
* Cyrillic alphabetical enumeration is provided by \Alph and \alph macros when Ukrainian loaded
* Used babel's 3.9 (and later) macros for defining caption names and date for Unicode case

2017-06-08 ver­sion 1.3i

* Corrections according to alphabetical enumeration Ukrainian standart ДСТУ 3008:2015
* Some math macro from original russian.ldf was removed because of seldom usage

2017-06-06 ver­sion 1.3h

* Initial version

Orig­i­nal source: rus­sianb.dtx, 2017-01-12 v1.3i Rus­sian sup­port from the ba­bel sys­tem.

%% %% Char­ac­terTable %% {Up­per-case ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ %% Lower-case abcde­fghi­jklmnopqrstu­vwxyz %% Dig­its 0123456789 %% Ex­cla­ma­tion ! Dou­ble quote " Hash (num­ber) # %% Dol­lar $ Per­cent % Am­per­sand & %% Acute ac­cent ' Left paren ( Right paren ) %% As­terisk * Plus + Comma , %% Mi­nus - Point . Solidus / %% Colon : Semi­colon ; Less than < %% Equals = Greater than > Ques­tion mark ? %% Com­mer­cial at @Left bracket [ Back­slash \ %% Right bracket ] Cir­cum­flex ^ Un­der­score _ %% Grave ac­cent ` Left brace { Ver­ti­cal bar | %% Right brace } Tilde ~} %%

%% No­nuni­code Cyril­lic Let­ters %% CYRA=А %% CYRB=Б %% CYRV=В %% CYRG=Г %% CYRGUP=Ґ %% CYRD=Д %% CYRE=Е %% CYRIE=Є %% CYRZH=Ж %% CYRZ=З %% CYRI=И %% CYRII=I %% CYRYI=Ї %% CYRISHRT=Й %% CYRK=К %% CYRL=Л %% CYRM=М %% CYRN=Н %% CYRO=О %% CYRP=П %% CYRR=Р %% CYRS=С %% CYRT=Т %% CYRU=У %% CYRF=Ф %% CYRH=Х %% CYRC=Ц %% CYRCH=Ч %% CYRSH=Ш %% CYRSHCH=Щ %% CYRYU=Ю %% CYRYA=Я %% CYRSFTSN=Ь %% %% cyra=а %% cyrb=б %% cyrv=в %% cyrg=г %% cyr­gup=ґ %% cyrd=д %% cyre=е %% cyrie=є %% cyrzh=ж %% cyrz=з %% cyri=и %% cyrii=i %% cyryi=ї %% cyr­ishrt=й %% cyrk=к %% cyrl=л %% cyrm=м %% cyrn=н %% cyro=о %% cyrp=п %% cyrr=р %% cyrs=с %% cyrt=т %% cyru=у %% cyrf=ф %% cyrh=х %% cyrc=ц %% cyrch=ч %% cyrsh=ш %% cyr­shch=щ %% cyryu=ю %% cyrya=я %% cyrs­ftsn=ь

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (460.0k).

ba­bel-ukrainian – Ba­bel sup­port for Ukrainian

The pack­age pro­vides sup­port for use of ba­bel in doc­u­ments writ­ten in Ukrainian. The sup­port is adapted for use un­der legacy en­gines as well as and Lua.

Ver­sion1.4c 2018-04-11
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3c
Copy­right1989–2012 Jo­hannes L. Braams
1995–2008 Olga Lapko
2000 Alek­sey Novod­vorsky
2011–2017 Igor A. Kotel­nikov
2017 Sergiy М. Pono­marenko
Main­tainerSergiy M. Pono­marenko
Jo­hannes L. Braams (in­ac­tive)
Con­tained inTeX Live as ba­bel-ukrainian
MiKTeX as ba­bel-ukrainian
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