Friday, October 10, 2008

IPATypist update

This is not related to corpus analysis, so I guess almost no one is interested, but as my memo, I write down what I did.

IPATypist is a very simple utility program to type IPA phonetic alphabets. With this update, I added a database function to it. Now phonetic transcriptions can be stored so you don't have to type them again. But this is mainly my experiment to use CoreData, an OS X framework to easily handle database type programs. I just started look at it, so I'm still not sure if I did this right or wrong, but it looks it's working.

If you happen to be one of rare people who are interested in this program, please check it out and let me know what you think.

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