I'm still new-ish to latex, and I'm trying to document some software using the tool. I'm referencing local terms that are long and contain periods/dot-operators. I know how/why Latex doesn't like to hyphenate words with periods from this question:
I found the post to not be so helpful. All these double quotes shortcuts don't make sense with the number of times I'm using these terms.
My understanding so far with Latex leads me to believe that this should be easily accomplished with some soft of function in the header (or editing hyphenation source) where if there is no space after a period make that word "hyphenable" after said period.
ORR... it would be even more awesome if there was a package that did this that i just haven't heard about yet.
Any help on this matter would be appreciated.