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163761Re: Conlanging with Tiddly Wiki

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  • Jeff Sheets
    Aug 7, 2009
      This most recent version seems to occasionally have errors when certain
      things are done to the morphology script... I am currently trying to track
      down and fix the cause of this. Until then, I suggest people not make
      modifications to that just yet.

      On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 5:49 PM, Jeff Sheets <sheets.jeff@...> wrote:

      > Well, it took me a little more time to get around to it than I thought it
      > would, but the new version is uploaded. It should be safe for conlangers to
      > try it out and use this version. To download a copy for you to use, simply
      > click the Download (go offline) link on the left hand side. Save it to a
      > location on your PC or flash drive, and open it with your browser to make
      > changes directly to it. You can make additional customization changes as
      > you see fit. I still need to add some documentation and figure out a way to
      > do interlinearization stuff, but for a forward and reverse lexicon, it's
      > excellent.
      > On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 2:00 AM, Jeff Sheets <sheets.jeff@...> wrote:
      >> I have completed the work on random morpheme generation, and I'm finishing
      >> up on the reversal lexicon system (which will be fairly automated). I
      >> should have the next version uploaded tomorrow.
      >> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 9:12 PM, Jeff Sheets <sheets.jeff@...>wrote:
      >>> Yes, I do need to add labels to the lexeme editing template. I've also
      >>> already made some changes (putting the definition in the text of a tiddler
      >>> rather than in a special definition field), though i probably won't upload
      >>> the new version until I get more work done on the random morpheme generation
      >>> system. I'm still trying to figure out how to set up the interlinearization
      >>> so everything gets formatted nicely, which is a slight bit more complicated
      >>> than one would ordinarily think. The lexicon reversal, I think, is just a
      >>> matter of updating automatically generated reversal tiddlers after each edit
      >>> of a LexEntry tagged tiddler.
      >>> Considering the changes I'm about to make (and will be sticking with) I'd
      >>> suggest anyone making use of this (or thinking of doing so), wait until my
      >>> next upload. Otherwise you'll have to reenter all of your lexemes.
      >>> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 8:22 PM, Aidan Grey <taalenmaple@...>wrote:
      >>>> I love TiddlyWiki - I can't wait to see what else you add. Some more
      >>>> info on how the lexemes are formatted and such like would be helpful, to
      >>>> make it more useful.
      >>>> Aidan
      >>>> ________________________________
      >>>> From: Jeff Sheets <sheets.jeff@...>
      >>>> To: CONLANG@...
      >>>> Sent: Monday, July 27, 2009 11:05:04 AM
      >>>> Subject: Conlanging with Tiddly Wiki
      >>>> I have uploaded my version of Tiddly Wiki to the web, presenting a very
      >>>> basic Latin variation (not so much of a conlang, per se). I've found
      >>>> working with my languages in this medium to be easy, swift, and
      >>>> pleasing.
      >>>> Take a look here: http://conlang.tiddlyspot.com/
      >>>> Some nice features:
      >>>> * Automatic lexicon generation.
      >>>> * Automatic Phonetic form generation with a javascript function.
      >>>> * Literally everything can be changed.
      >>>> My goals:
      >>>> * Add a system to automate a reversal dictionary.
      >>>> * Add support for interlinearization.
      >>>> * Add support for random morpheme generation, including uniqueness tests
      >>>> with the current lexicon.
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