[Mac OS X TeX] italian hyphenation

Gerben Wierda sherlock at rna.nl
Wed Jan 2 04:31:32 EST 2002

On Wednesday, December 26, 2001, at 11:55 , Alessandro Languasco wrote:

> I would like to insert the italian hyphenation in my TeXShop-TeTeX
> System under Os X.1.
> I rememeber that I have to recompile the Latex format but I don't know
> what I have to do in such a new system.
> Do you have any suggestion ?
> TIA,
> 	Alessandro

Start Terminal.app. Then type:

	sudo texconfig hyphen pdflatex

where the last word is the format you use normally. This starts up yor 
default unix editor (probably vi, so you need to know how vi works) 
unless before that command you have set the EDITOR environment variable.

Go a few pages down. Uncomment (remove the %) from the line that defines 
italian hyphenation. Maybe comment another that you do not use. Save the 
file and exit. The formats that depend on that hyphenation are recreated 
automatically by texconfig.


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