ping - I'd like to hear from you before I invest some time in creating a patch

On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 1:40 AM, Paweł Hajdan, Jr. <> wrote:

I'd like to work on upstreaming a local change in hyphen library made for Chromium (the open source web browser project behind Google Chrome, see

One change that is needed is to have a function similar to hnj_hyphen_load, but taking a memory buffer instead of a file path. This is needed to use the library inside a sandboxed renderer (the sandbox disallows even read access to the file system; the browser reads the file and effectively passes a descriptor to the renderer process). In case you want to see the code, please take a look at . Even more context can be found at .

Here is how the patch looks like: . It is not directly "upstreamable" because of the HYPHEN_CHROME_CLIENT #ifdefs, but I'd like to ask you how you prefer to do that change, and I can submit a better patch.

Best regards,
Paweł Hajdan, Jr.