Re: Conlang Software
|From:||BP Jonsson <bpj@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, August 21, 1999, 21:38|
At 00:09 -0500 20.8.1999, Eric Christopherson wrote:
>Speaking of conlang software, does anyone have any software that does sound
>changes? I have tried Langmaker and Phono and I've found Phono to work well,
>for the most part, but it's for DOS only and somewhat hard to use. I'd
>rather have something in standard C/C++ or Perl that's portable and can work
>with simple text files. Anyone know of such a beastie?
That would/could be PC-KIMMO. Look for it under www.sil.org or ftp.sil.org
(not sure about the latter. Be sure to read the PDF versions of the online
documentation, since thewy make everything much clearer. For Mac there is
a compiler that converts rule tables from human-readable to finite state
machines, so you don't really need the book manual, but I don't know for
B.Philip Jonsson <bpj@...> <melroch@...>
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