Thu, 11 Mar 2010 15:32:53 +0200
2010/3/11 Heiko Oberdiek <[log in to unmask]>:
> * Also \foreign@language and \hyphenrules call \[log in to unmask]
> Therefore it think, \bbl@patterns is the better place to hook into.
> * Calling \input later is quite dangerous:
That's very true, I didn't realize how dangerous it was...
> * A catcode table with defined catcodes is necessary,
> e.g. luatex.sty's \CatcodeTableLaTeX. Without a catcode table
> it's cumbersome to assign all input characters using \catcode.
> (We are talking about Unicode input, not the 256 bytes of TeX82).
Actually I think this is quite dangerous too, as it would break
luatex.sty and luatextra's \newcatcodetable...
> Alternative: Using a lua file, included via \directlua.
> It's more robust and more efficient. But the lua files
> must be generated somehow.
This seems like the best solution.
> It's probably possible to use the hyph-utf8 project for this.
I'll ask them... I hope they'll be responsive...