I've been familiarizing myself with LaTeX in the past few weeks. It is awesome, but I ran into one problem I just can't manage to fix...
Sometimes, I want to produce reports in Dutch, using LaTeX. Most of it works (dates and such), but I can't seem to get the proper hyphenation patterns loaded... Every time I compile, it returns a warning (without failing to compile, though):
Package babel Warning: No hyphenation patterns were loaded for (babel) the language `Dutch' (babel) I will use the patterns loaded for \language=0 instead.
So it uses the default (English) hyphenation. It hasn't been much of a bother yet, as it is not too hard to use some padding words, but I imagine it might turn into a problem at some point. I even found out that our handout for Calculus probably encountered the same issue - its hyphenation is plain wrong.
I did some Googling and noticed that more people seem to have the problem, and some manage to fix it, some don't. I belong to the last group. I tried adding the language to language.dat and having fmtutil recompile all configurations, but still no luck. Any suggestions? Thanks!