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Re: The NEW Resources Thread

Post by Shemtov » 23 Jan 2018 04:21

Though no E-book is available,I highly recommend this book as an intro to Diachronics, for anyone interested in Diachronic conlanging. It's especially good given that compared to most intros to the topic, it focuses much less on IE (The late Terry Crowley, one of the co-authors, was a leader in the study of Oceanic and Pama-Nyugan Diachronics and was well versed in Papuan Linguistics ):
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Re: The NEW Resources Thread

Post by Creyeditor » 23 Jan 2018 19:15

It's crazy how this book deals so much with Papuan languages without mentioning any language from the Indonesian part of New Guinea [:D]
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Post by k1234567890y » 12 Apr 2018 16:51

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

This is a spreadsheet of the rime groups of Old Chinese made by me, current there are the rimes constructed by Li Fang-kuei and Baxter-Sagart. The rime groups reconstructed by Zhengzhang Shangfang are yet to be added
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Re: The NEW Resources Thread

Post by Creyeditor » 14 Jun 2018 21:29

I just wanted to share this. I finally found a feature based Sound Change applier/Phonological Rules applier. So, everyone who also looked for it. There it is [:)]
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Post by Birdlang » 08 Jul 2018 13:11

The simple word generator is not working. It goes to some page with pop up ads and potential viruses.
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Post by chris_notts » 08 Nov 2018 00:06

Creyeditor wrote:
14 Jun 2018 21:29
I just wanted to share this. I finally found a feature based Sound Change applier/Phonological Rules applier. So, everyone who also looked for it. There it is [:)]
I wrote a sound change applier called HaSC (in Haskell) a few years ago which did this. To get it all to work I found I had to write my own regular expression engine, as mapping featural pattern matches to a standard char / string regex engine in the general case was more or less impossible.

I had it hosted on my website for a while, but it wasn't used much and I just lacked the time to maintain it correctly. I have a vague ambition to resurrect and un-bitrot it one day (new library and GHC versions means it needs some updates to compile).

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Post by Ahzoh » 01 Dec 2018 05:08

Does anybody know where I can find a grammar on specifically Oji-Cree/Severn Ojibwe/Anishininiimowin?
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Re: The NEW Resources Thread

Post by qwed117 » 09 Mar 2019 20:52

I'm just popping in to note that our holy lord and savior the Wikimedia foundation has vocabulary lists from a good number of reconstructed Asian languages and I've had a heart attack of joy, and need immediate defibrillation.
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