|From:||Aidan Grey <frterminus@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, May 27, 2001, 15:24|
I just downloaded the Phono program, and it's exactly
what I've been looking for. It'll allow me to develop
Aelya historically with a more complex plan of attack
than in, say, Brithenig. No disrespect intended, I
think Brithenig is a beautiful language. Just that I
want to do something a bit more complex.
Which brings me to the point. Someone was confused by
a certain feature, and I am too. It's the +/- and #/=
distinction. I have no idea what this means, what the
single/double distinction is supposed to indicate.
Could anyone elaborate and explain (again)? The rest I
think I can work out, but these aren't elaborated
enough for me to understand what they're talking
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