Re: CPA - An ASCII-based phonetic alphabet
|From:||Herman Miller <hmiller@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 17, 2001, 3:58|
On Fri, 16 Nov 2001 15:12:21 -0700, Dirk Elzinga <Dirk_Elzinga@...>
>This is a nice analogy. However, I seem to remember that Kirschenbaum
>used to have the unofficial status of a standard on this list. Am I
>remembering wrong? If I am correct, why did we change?
In my case, it was the specific need for certain IPA characters that were
either nonexistent or awkward to express in the Kirshenbaum system, but
existed in X-SAMPA. Specifically: voiced and voiceless lateral fricatives,
voiced palatal fricative, the curly-tail fricatives, velar approximant,
"turned a", and apical and laminal diacritics.
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