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Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 14:26:47 +0200
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2010/3/4 Karl Berry <[log in to unmask]>:
> Like CTAN, TL already has numerous hyphen.cfg's, so I see no impossible
> barrier on that front.  I agree with Robin's suggestion of "disguising"
> it as a .dtx.
> Of course, Will's original point about the so-far-insuperable barriers
> to updating babel remains.


would the attached .dtx file be ok? The interesting differences are in
the attached diff. It loads english in the format, so there should't
be any problem left. In fact, it loads the first language in the
format, but as far as I can tell, it's quite mandatory for it to be
english, right?

Is this really OK with the LPPL?

Thank you,