Re: MNCL5 Phonology and Orthography
|From:||Jeffrey Jones <jsjonesmiami@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 19, 2007, 21:47|
On Mon, 19 Nov 2007 16:14:08 +0100, Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>
>Jeffrey Jones writes:
>> There's not much to describe. It's a lot like ASCII-IPA except that things
>> like "_X" would be handled with superscript X, greatly improving readability.
>> There are still things to be worked out, such as how to handle the tiebar
>> type of thing. The one page I've used it on hasn't been uploaded yet.
>I added it to the CXS page and extended the script to convert to/from
>IPA/CXS (I also fixed some bugs and improved usability a bit):
Yes. Apparently I've finally done something worth mentioning :). But note that
my website doesn't have any examples of it yet! The only language where I've
really used it is Vallés, and those pages need a lot of work before I can upload
them, and I'm not really working on them yet. Plus there may be discrepancies
from CXS that I have to sort out. In particular, I've used superscript N for
nasalization, and superscript A for alveolar (how _do_ you specify that in IPA?).