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Author jfbu
Recipients benjamin.peterson, docs@python, ezio.melotti, fabrice, jfbu, linkid, mdk, ned.deily, vstinner
Date 2017-12-03.14:24:32
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It is stated there that using babel-french in place of polyglossia-french avoids the "Improper discretionary list" xetex problem starting with xetex 0.99992 (i.e. TeXLive 2015) whereas with polyglossia-french the earliest xetex version I could test with success is 0.99996 (TL2016). But starting with TL2016, polyglossia-french as the issue

With TeXLive 2014, using babel-french does not avoid the "Improper discretionary list" xetex problem. I don't know how this maps to Debian packaging. One needs xetex 0.99992 at minimum.
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