On Thu, Jul 29, 2004 at 03:12:19AM -0500, Mahmud Yunus wrote:
> Hi Roboco and other MiKTeXers
> Indeed, I tried MiKTeX Options -> Language, but there is neither
> bahasa nor inhyp in the list.
OK, then MiKTeX doesn't know of your language. However, this we can fix - see
> I also tried to open MiKTeX Package Manager , the same case I found.
This isn't related to the MiKTeX Package Manager.
> When I opened the babel, there is 'bahasa' in the package but there is
> no hyphenation is set up.
> (I found 'inhyph.tex' from CTAN, and I think its really appropriate
> hyphenation pattern for 'bahasa')
> What should I do, then?
OK, the problem is as I said that MiKTeX doesn't know of bahasa. This is a bug
which I can report to the MiKTeX manager. However, we can fix it manually.
When you open the Languages tab in MiKTeX options you are really reading/editing
the file language.dat. (It is located somewhere in your texmf tree - maybe
texmf/tex/generic/config/language.dat - I don't have MiKTeX available on this
computer so I can't check.) To language.dat just add:
in the list of languages. Save the file and rebuild the formats (using MiKTeX
Options). Now bahasa hyphenation is available in LaTeX.