am Samstag, 22. Dezember 2007 um 17:52 schrieb Szabolcs Horv=C3=A1t:
>> > When ticking in Romanian at the language options, MiKTeX throws an err=
>> > This is with a brand new MiKTeX 2.7 basic installation. The
>> > xu-rohyph.tex file does exist (it has been automatically downloaded).
>> > ! I can't find file `xu-rohyph.tex'.
>> If the file really exists, then probably the file is either at the wrong=
place or you didn't
>> update the filename database.
> Oops ... The file I found is actually called xu-rohyphen.tex (located
> in tex\generic\xu-hyphen) and *not* xu-rohyph.tex. Is this the file
> I'm looking for, or should there be a different xu-rohyph.tex?
Quite possible. It is easy to get the name wrong ;.) But I don't have
2.7. so I can't check (as far as I know the xu-files have been
introduced as wrapper files to get hyphenation also for xetex). Open
the file, compare it with other mentioned in the language tab and then
decide if you want to give it a try.
> Should I just rename xu-rohyphen.tex to xu-rohyph.tex?
Better do it the other way: change the name of the file in the
language tab of miktex settings. And if you think that the name is
wrong in the miktex settings: make a bug report so that the typo can be
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