gherman at darwin.in-berlin.de
Sat Apr 21 04:03:00 EDT 2018
Hyphenation has always been rather low on the priority list, given that average word lengths in English are pretty short compared to German or French, say.
I've used Henning's wordaxe and its previous incarnations, but it's too long ago to give any useful advice now (also while still travelling back from vacation).
In any case that topic would be one more cool "pro" thing to be covered in Mike's emerging book, if he's still looking for topics. ;-)
Lele Gaifax <lele at metapensiero.it>:
> Hi all,
> is there a multi-language hyphenation solution for current ReportLab?
> I found the "wordaxe" package, but seems a little old and unmaintained... In
> the current RL source there are just a few mentions to the capability, but I
> fail to see how one could inject a language-specific hyphenator into the
> Paragraph class.
> Thanks in advance for any hint,
> ciao, lele.
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