THE POLYGLOSSIA PACKAGE v1.49
Multilingual typesetting with XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX
This package provides an alternative to Babel for users of XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX (with a few languages incompletely supported for the latter). This version includes support for over 70 different languages, some of which in different regional or national varieties, or using a different writing system.
Polyglossia makes it possible to automate the following tasks:
- Loading the appropriate hyphenation patterns.
- Setting the script and language tags of the current font (if possible and available), using the package fontspec.
- Switching to a font assigned by the user to a particular script or language.
- Adjusting some typographical conventions in function of the current language (such as afterindent, frenchindent, spaces before or after punctuation marks, etc.).
- Redefining the document strings (like “chapter”, “figure”, “bibliography”).
- Adapting the formatting of dates (for non-gregorian calendars via external packages bundled with polyglossia: currently the Hebrew, Islamic and Farsi calendars are supported).
- For languages that have their own numeration system, modifying the formatting of numbers appropriately.
- Ensuring the proper directionality if the document contains languages written from right to left (via the packages bidi and luabidi, available separately).
Copyright (c) 2008-2010 François Charette, 2013 Élie Roux, 2011-2020 Arthur Reutenauer, Copyright (c) 2019-2020 Bastien Roucariès, 2019-2020 Jürgen Spitzmüller
Except where otherwise noted, Polyglossia is placed under the terms of the MIT licence (https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT).
If you run into a bug, or suspect you do, or you have a request or comment, please use the GitHub issue tracker: http://github.com/reutenauer/polyglossia/issues
This is more efficient than contacting the maintainer by email as it allows me to track the issues and follow progress.
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