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Direc­tory macros/luatex/latex/lua-check-hyphen





What it does

It lists all hy­phen­ated words in the log file as well as in the file with the ex­ten­sion .uhy

How to use

A typ­i­cal work­flow is:

  • run fi­nal doc­u­ment
  • put the cor­rectly hy­phen­ated words into a text file (for­mat: each word sep­a­rated with space or on a sin­gle line, only whites­pace mat­ters as a sep­a­ra­tor)
  • add that file to the whitelist (as given above)
  • op­tion­ally use the op­tion mark to make the un­known hy­phen­ated words vis­i­ble in the PDF file

Copy­right 2012–2018 Pa­trick Gund­lach (patrick@gundla.ch) and other con­trib­u­tors (see github)
Pack­age ver­sion: 0.7a Public repos­i­tory: https://github.com/pgund­lach/lua-check-hy­phen
Li­censed un­der the MIT li­cense. See the file 'mit-li­cense.txt' for ex­act terms.
Sta­tus: works fine, slightly un­main­tained.

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lua-check-hy­phen – Mark hy­phen­ations in a doc­u­ment, for check­ing

The pack­age looks at all hy­phen­ation breaks in the doc­u­ment, com­par­ing them against a white-list pre­pared by the au­thor. If a hy­phen­ation break is found, for which there is no en­try in the white-list, the pack­age flags the line where the break starts.

The au­thor may then ei­ther add the hy­phen­ation to the white-list, or ad­just the doc­u­ment to avoid the break.

Bug trackerhttps://github.com/pgund­lach/lua-check-hy­phen/is­sues
Ver­sion0.7a 2018-04-19
Li­censesMIT Li­cense
Copy­right2012–2018 Pa­trick Gund­lach
Main­tainerPa­trick Gund­lach
Con­tained inTeX Live as lua-check-hy­phen
MiKTeX as lua-check-hy­phen
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