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liblinebreak

Liblinebreak is an implementation of the line breaking algorithm as described in Unicode Standard Annex 14. It breaks lines that contain Unicode characters. It is designed to be used in a generic text renderer. FBReader is one real-world example.

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  •  14 May 2011 07:24

    Release Notes: The data was updated according to Unicode 6.0.0. A bug where assertions in the code can fail if U+FFFC is encountered at the beginning of a line was fixed.

    •  03 Jan 2010 05:24

      Release Notes: The algorithm and data were updated according to UAX #14-24 and LineBreak-5.2.0.txt. Some functions were renamed to reduce namespace pollution. The Doxygen documentation was improved.

      •  03 May 2009 06:15

        Release Notes: A bug was fixed in which an assertion in code can fail if an invalid UTF-8 or UTF-16 sequence is encountered near the end of input. The specialization of right single quotation mark as a closing punctuation mark in English, French, and Spanish was removed because it can be used as apostrophe. The Doxygen documentation was made better.

        •  05 Mar 2009 16:05

          Release Notes: The release is just to correct a wrong date in the header file to avoid confusion. Users who have already downloaded version 1.1 probably do not need to download it again.

          •  07 Feb 2009 10:28

            Release Notes: This release is a transitional release for a 2.0 release that will reduce the namespace pollution by prefixing `lb_' to symbols that users generally do not use directly. Existing users should not be impacted generally. However, new users are expected to use is_line_breakable instead of is_breakable, and remember that get_next_char_utf* will be renamed.

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