Probably not in English, because there are not many compound words. But
in Hungarian, German and many other languages, the hyphenation often
can not be correctly done without knowing the meaning of that word.
Bertalan Fodor (LilyPondTool) wrote:
Well, WYSIWYM sucks by concept for one single reason. Typesetting can
not be totally automated because of hyphenation.
So if you change something slightly that causes reflow, there is a small
chance that a word gets hyphenated at the wrong place.
With WYSIWYM you should not care about this: an implicit expectation
that it will automagically solve everything well. But that's just not
And the same applies for LilyPond. After the first manual tweak (you'll
certainly need SOME) you can never be sure any more that everything will
be fine during the development of the score.
I'm not sure what you mean with hyphenation. Hyphenation is not an issue in
TeX or any WYSISYG(M) editor, and I never had problems using it, so I can't
understan " But that's just not the case." could you give example?