Re: Shareable/centralizable dictionary server software? (WAS: Size of your dictionary)
|From:||Amanda Babcock Furrow <langs@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, April 4, 2009, 23:48|
On Fri, Apr 03, 2009 at 11:19:51PM -0400, Alex Fink wrote:
> Plus SIL Shoebox (or Toolbox these days?), which already has many useful
> features in its format, and is used by lots of field linguists and stuff.
> In fact one should probably be familiar with Shoebox's features before
> embarking on this (I'm not, not beyond the barest), but e.g. it was made to
> be able to track instances of your words in your corpus much like the thing
> you suggest for the example sentences.
This reminds me that there is an open-source Shoebox replacement, Kura,
in development on kura.sourceforge.net. It was started by conlanger
Boudewijn Rempt, but has been handed off to someone else. Check it out!