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akShara-mAla and its basic classes added.

Mon, 12/26/2011 - 22:34
Now, writing transliterators, svara-detection and other utilities must be
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Minimalistic transliateration script

Mon, 12/26/2011 - 22:34
This is not intended to be an important topic, but I always felt existing
trans schemes try too hard. Too many usages of symbols (tilde, dot, apos,
power symbol etc.), caps, double caps (RRu etc).
Parsing of course is extra work for such schemes, and I was thinking about a
simpler script. Again, this is not intended for replacing any existing
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sthAne antaratamaH

Mon, 12/12/2011 - 09:48
Updated samskritam-dsl and implemented a functional programming approach to
handling the "sthAne antaratamH" sutram. Demonstrates two consonant sandhis
- iko yan aci and jhalaam jash jashi. Ive not covered/tested other
applications of this sutram yet.
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Re: samskritam-dsl in github

Tue, 12/06/2011 - 08:49
बहु सुन्दरम् च आश्चर्यजनकम्। अहम् scala संपूर्णतया न जानामि, परन्तु तस्याम्
भाषायाम् sivaSutra.ak इति लेखनम्  (sivaSutra.metaClass.getProperty उपयोगः)
नैव साध्यम् इति मन्ये, केवलम् sivaSutra("ak") वा sivaSutra.get("ak") [==
sivaSutra get "ak"] वा साध्यम्।
इदानीम् अस्याम् विशेषभाषायाम् (= in DSL)
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Stack Exchange Q&A site proposal: Sanskrit & Pali Languages

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 07:32
1. Personal message: Anyone who has ever programmed for a significant time
knows about the usefulness of stackexchange in getting questions answered
reliably (and without nonsense) by a community of users. Please join and
"follow" it so that we may one day have a stackexchange for sanskrit and
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