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Leipzig Glossing in Typst

leipzig-glossing is a Typst library for creating interlinear morpheme-by-morpheme glosses according to the Leipzig glossing rules.


Run typst compile documentation.typ in the root of the repository to generate a pdf file with examples and documentation. This command is also codified in the accompanying justfile as just build-doc.

The definitions intended for use by end users are the gloss and numbered-gloss functions, and the abbreviations submodule.


The canonical repository for this project is on the Gitea instance. The repository is also mirrored on Github. Bug reports and code contributions are welcome from all users.


This library uses the MIT license; see LICENSE.txt.


Thanks to Bethany E. Toma for a number of suggestions and improvements.