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This file is based on the TeX hyphenation patterns distributed under the
LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL) as part of the hyph-utf8 package.
This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
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At the time this file was first modified, a complete, unmodified copy of
the LPPL Work was available from:
and the original Lithuanian TeX package (from which this was derived) was available from:
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Portions of this file were originally made available under the following license
(copied verbatim from hyph-lt.lic.txt in the original work):
Lithuanian hyphenation patterns
(more info about the licence to be added later)
% This file is part of hyph-utf8 package and resulted from
% semi-manual conversions of hyphenation patterns into UTF-8
% in October 2008 by Mojca & Arthur.
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% Source available on:
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% Authors:
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% First version in LT encoding (modified T1):
% - Vytas Statulevičius <vytas at vtex.lt>
% - Yannis Haralambous
% (Vilnius, March 4, 1992)
% Conversion into Latin 7 and aditional support files (babel, fonts):
% - Sigitas Tolusis <sigitas at vtex.lt>
% (2002-11-20)
% Adaptation for hyph-utf8:
% - Mojca & Arthur (see below), October 2008
%
% The copyright statement of this file is:
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% Do with this file whatever needs to be done in future for the sake of
% "a better world" as long as you respect the copyright of original file.
%
% If you want to change this file, rather than uploading directly to CTAN,
% we would be grateful if you could send it to us (http://tug.org/tex-hyphen)
% or ask for credentials for SVN repository and commit it yourself;
% we will then upload the whole "package" to CTAN.
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% For more unformation see
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% A note about lefthyphenmin/righthyphenmin (by Sigitas, February 2009):
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% At the moment the lefthyphenmin & righthyphenmin are both set to 2.
% The Lithuanian patterns were build earlier then the latest grammatical rules
% took place in 1997. At that time it was forbidden to leave one character at boundary.
% One may change it to one now, but from typographical point of view there is no need to do
% any changes. Even more, changing lefthyphen and righthyphen to 1 requires
% to review and maybe rebuild the patterns file.
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