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Re: [romconlang] GMP

From:Benct Philip Jonsson <bpj@...>
Date:Tuesday, January 8, 2008, 14:51
Mark J. Reed skrev:
> Coming in late, here, but what is the actual media type in question?
A plaintext file with an .sch file ending, i.e. Henrik's own format for input files to his soundchange perl module creator.
> On 1/8/08, Benct Philip Jonsson <bpj@...> wrote: >> It is probably just that Windows doesn't recognise the file >> type. Just right-click on the link, choose "Save link as..." >> or whatever it's called in your browser and save it to disk >> somewhere convenient. When you double-click on the file >> Windows will ask what application you want to open it in. >> You should scroll/browse to Notepad if you don't have a >> real text editor. You can get one for free at >> <>, in which case you will need a >> real monowidth Unicode font with IPA support. The best >> one comes with the DejaVu fonts >> <>. >> Choose Format > Font > DejaVu Sans Mono in PSPad and you're >> set. BabelMap and BabelPad from >> <> are very handy too. >> >> /BP >> >> >> Scotto Hlad skrev: >>> Henrik, >>> I have been able to look at Terkunan, but windows tries to install >> something >>> for Þrjótrunn. What format is it in? >>> Thanks >>> Scotto >>> >>> -----Original Message----- >>> From: Constructed Languages List [] On >>> Behalf Of Henrik Theiling >>> Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 11:41 AM >>> To: >>> Subject: Re: GMP >>> >>> Hi! >>> >>> Scotto Hlad writes: >>>> After having procured a copy of "From Latin to Romance in Sound >>>> Charts," I am now starting a GMP for another Romance language with the >>>> working name of "L3." (Inventive, no?) Anyway, I'm enjoying the work >>>> of the author who laid down rules as to the changes from Vulgar Latin >>>> to our modern Romance languages. I'm wondering if those who have >>>> created a GMP would be willing to share a link or file with me (and >> hence >>> the group) to see how it was done. >>>> ... >>> Sure. I've done two for my romlangs Þrjótrunn (applying a GMP constructed >>> closely from Proto-Germanic > Modern Icelandic to Latin) and Terkunan (a >>> fictious GMP inspired by some Romance natlangs (mainly Catalan and >>> Sicilian/Calabrese)). They can be downloaded here: >>> >>> >>> (for Þrjótrunn) >>> >>> and here: >>> >>> >>> (for Terkunan) >>> >>> For Terkunan, you can interactively play with the GMP and run your own >> words >>> through it. >>> >>> **Henrik >>> >>> >>> > >


Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>