inst/templates/hyph.xx-data.R

## TEMPLATE FILE -- ADJUST TO YOUR LANGUAGE
##
## this template file should help you add new language support to the koRpus
## package. this particular file will generate proper documentation for new
## hyphenation patterns.
## please read ?set.lang.support for an overview of what's needed. after
## that, you should carefully go through this template and adjust it to your
## needs.
## 
## throughout the template, there are some values you need to replace globally:
##   Xyzedish: template name for the language (replace with "English", "Dutch" etc.)
##   xx:       template name for the language abbreviation (replace with "en", "nl" etc.)
## 
## when you're done, remove this block ;-)

# Copyright 2015 Meik Michalke <[email protected]>
#
# This file is part of the R package koRpus.
#
# koRpus is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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#' Hyphenation patterns for xyzedish
#' 
#' Hyphenation patterns for xyzedish to be used by \code{\link[koRpus:hyphen]{hyphen}}.
#' These data objects are not really intended to be used directly, but rather to be consulted
#' by the \code{hyphen()} function without further user interaction.
#'
#' @format The \code{pattern} slot of each hyphenation pattern object has three colums:
#'    \describe{
#'      \item{\code{orig}}{The original pattern in patgen style format.}
#'      \item{\code{char}}{Only the character elements of the pattern which can be matched to parts of an actual word.}
#'      \item{\code{nums}}{A code of digits defining the possibility to split syllables at respective places in this pattern.}
#'    }
#'
#' @source The patterns (as they are present in the \code{"orig"} column described above) were originally provided by the LaTeX developers[1],
#' under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License[2]. Refer to Liang (1983) for a detailed explaination.
#' From these original patterns the values in the remaining columns were created using \code{\link[koRpus:read.hyph.pat]{read.hyph.pat}}.
#' 
#' In case any changes to the patterns were necessary to be used in this package, they are fully
#' documented in the file "ChangeLog_hyph_patterns.txt" in the sources for this package. The
#' unchanged original patterns can be found under [1].

#' @aliases hyph.xx
#' @docType data
#' @keywords datasets
#' @name hyph.xx
#' @usage hyph.xx
#' @seealso
#'    \code{\link[koRpus:read.hyph.pat]{read.hyph.pat}},
#'    \code{\link[koRpus:manage.hyph.pat]{manage.hyph.pat}}
#' @references
#' Liang, F.M. (1983). \emph{Word Hy-phen-a-tion by Com-put-er}.
#'   Dissertation, Stanford University, Dept. of Computer Science.
#'
#' [1] \url{http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/language/hyph-utf8/tex/generic/hyph-utf8/patterns/}
#'
#' [2] \url{http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/base/lppl.txt}
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