Re : Kura - status report
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|Date:||Sunday, October 31, 1999, 11:13|
Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 30/10/99 22:08:20 , tu as =E9crit :
> I'm close to bringing out version 0.0.3, but I wanted to share my
> elation - I've succeeded in breaking up a text, automatically finding
> matching bits in the lexicon, and - tada! - presenting it in the form
> of an interlinear text, and - tada! again - exporting that interlinear
> text to html (and printing it!).
can't wait seeing that.
do you mean Kura could interlinear any text
fed with matching lexicon and formal
grammar description ?
did you name "Kura" from japanese word for "storehouse" ?
japanese are crazy about these kinds of "scientific" analysis
when learning foreign langs (read "english")
> Also, Kura is starting to look more and more like a special kind of
> web-browser, and I'm toying with the idea of separatng the database
> backend from the frontend and putting a webserver as an intermediary
> between both. It appears the design is so flexible, I could even
> pass the queries and answers between the interface and backend in
> the form of email messages... It's beginning to look real good.