intl/locales/nb/hyphenation/LICENSE
author Timothy B. Terriberry <tterribe@vt.edu>
Sun, 29 Apr 2012 20:51:44 -0700
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Bug 730907 - Update libvpx to v1.0.0, r=cpearce,khuey

License information for hyph_nb.dic:

This file is based on the TeX hyphenation patterns distributed as part of the
hyph-utf8 package, and retains the same copyright and licensing conditions (below).

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At the time this file was first modified, a complete, unmodified copy of
the original work was available from:
http://tug.org/svn/texhyphen/trunk/hyph-utf8/tex/generic/hyph-utf8/patterns/?pathrev=580

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Portions of this file were originally made available under the following license
(copied verbatim from hyph-nb.lic.txt in the original work):

Norwegian Bokmal hyphenation patterns

(more info about the licence to be added later)

% Adapted to the new pattern-loading scheme.
% Original file name was nbhyph.tex

% TeX hyphenation patterns for Norwegian Bokmal
%
% Version 2007-02-10
%
% Copyright (C) 2007 Karl Ove Hufthammer.
% Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification,
% are permitted in any medium without royalty, provided the copyright
% notice and this notice are preserved.
%
% This file contains hyphenation patterns for Norwegian Bokmal.
% It uses the Norwegian hyphenation patterns from nohyphbx.tex,
% created by Rune Kleveland and Ole Michael Selberg. Please see
% that file for copyright information on those patterns.
%
% The patterns in nohyphbx are based on both Norwegian Bokmal
% and Norwegian Nynorsk, and works about equally well for both
% languages. This file, nbhyph.tex, contains only a few hyphenation
% exceptions, for words that needs to be hyphenated differently for
% the two languages.
%
% Please send bugs or suggestions to karl@huftis.org.
%

\input hyph-no.tex

\hyphenation{
at-ten-de
be-tre
}