[OS X TeX] One line is longer than the others

Frank STENGEL fstengel at mac.com
Tue May 22 11:37:09 EDT 2007

Le 22 mai 07 à 03:53, Chabot Denis a écrit :

> Maybe "tre" and "bre" endings are also weighted towards "do not  
> break"? How (where) did you find this information for "sable", by  
> the way, Frank?

Looking at appendix H (Hyphenation) of the TeXBook where the  
hyphenation algorithm is described and at frhyph.tex where one finds  
the patterns 4ble. and 4bles.

A largish (4) even digit makes it hard to break just before the b of  
the ble/bles suffix. There is nothing for the prefix .sa. Furthermore  
sa\-ble is a word that is right at the lower limits of the  
hyphenation algorithm (2 chars for the left side and 3 for the right  

Frank STENGEL (fstengel<at>mac.com)

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