No. We don’t want your money. If you want to show your support, we would greatly appreciate a link to mundschenk.at from your website — perhaps with a nice review of this plugin. We would also greatly appreciate a 5-star rating for this plugin in the WordPress Plugin Directory.
Yes. In fact, We have done most of the work for you. I have separated all of the core functionality of wp-Typography into a stand-alone project—PHP Typography—that is easily ported to any other PHP based content management system. There is even detailed documentation of the PHP Typography functionality.
Perhaps. wp-Typography uses a derivative of hyphenation patterns developed for the TeX platform. Here is a collection of many of the available TeX hyphenation pattern files. You will need to find a file for the language you wish to address. Next, look in the source code for wp-Typography at
/php-Typography/lang_unformatted/template.txt, the specific needs of language specific hyphenation patterns for this plugin, and how to convert them from the original TeX patterns are detailed there. If a TeX pattern does not exist, I suppose you could create one, but I don’t know where to direct you.