I'm looking at page 70 of the PDF, and while I see a discussion of
hyphenation, I believe that the three examples below are your own, and
it seems that you are asking whether you are correct in understanding
that break= should be used on <lb/> to record hyphenation.
The Technical Council recently improved the wording on use of <pc> to
mark hyphens. The changes, which should be included in the next release
of P5, can be previewed in GitHub:
In short, whether you decide to record line breaks (using <lb/>) in your
markup is a separate question from whether and how you decide to record
On 11/1/16 6:41 AM, Jesper Zedlitz wrote:
> Dear All,
> on page 70 the P5 guidelines present three different ways on how to deal
> with hyphens.
> With Additions, ne-
> ver before Printed.
> 1) remove them:
> With Additions, never before Printed.
> 2) record it explicitly:
> With Additions, nev<pc>-</pc><lb break=o"/>er before Printed.
> 3) record it implicitly using an attribute
> With Additions, nev<lb break=o" … />er before Printed.
> However, I could not find an example which attribute of the lb element
> should be used.
> Best wishes,