CTAN upload -- new version of ruhyphen package (1.4)

Robin Fairbairns Robin.Fairbairns at cl.cam.ac.uk
Tue Aug 7 15:54:49 CEST 2001

Vladimir Volovich writes:

> i've uploaded to ftp://ftp.tex.ac.uk/incoming/ruhyphen-010807.tar.gz
> the new version of our ruhyphen package (collection of russian
> hyphenation patterns).
> changes between the previous version (1.3) and this new version (1.4):
> * Alexander Lebedev's patterns, ruhyphal.tex, are now generated using
>   patgen and his rus-ispell dictionary (previously it was derived from
>   Dimitry Vulis' patterns). This and many other improvements for
>   Alexander Lebedev's patterns made over the last years, make them the
>   highest quality patterns for russian language.
> * added one more original pattern by Mikhail Grinchuk. it is the
>   smallest of all patterns for Russian language, and could be used on
>   TeX systems with limited memory; due to its small size, the number
>   of wrong hyphenated words is bigger than for other patterns.
> * the pattern ruhyphvl.tex was updated with the new version (slightly
>   modified by A.Cherepanov, V.Kryukov and A.Shen).
> * accompanying patterns for the cyrillic letter `yo' were regenerated
>   using the latest version of Alexander Lebedev's comprehensive word
>   list generated from his rus-ispell dictionary.
> * patterns were made "stable" against re-encoding to any cyrillic
>   encoding, and also usable with non-standard "on the fly" reencoding
>   mechanisms like TCX or TCP (switched on at TeX format creation
>   phase) used in some TeX implementations (provided that these
>   transformations are 1-to-1 in *all* the range 128--255, -- otherwise
>   the results may be incorrect).  This was suggested by Alexander
>   Cherepanov.
> Please replace the old version located at
> CTAN:language/hyphenation/ruhyphen/ with this new version (please
> remove old package files first, because there were some changes in
> filenames).

installed the files as requested.  thanks for the upload.

Robin Fairbairns

For the CTAN team

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