NOT white and gold. It's obvious.
I'm currently working on some major interface improvements to the Ars Linguarum page. Instead of a barebones button + textarea combo, it's going to have some overdone Bootstrap UI (~classic web developer~ amirite?).
I've been working on cleaning up Ars Linguarum. The most recent backup (made a minute or so ago) is very messy. Nouns, adjectives, pronouns and verbs are all represented pretty differently. Some use a plain old constructor, one uses a static .parse() method, and the other returns a function that just calls a static allForms function from ArsLinguarum.verbs.conjugation with arguments from the parsed text. It's a horrible mess. So I've been working on remedying this. I'm currently working on the verbs to make them a bit nicer.
Update Feb 24 1:07:44: The cleanup is finally done (until I find something else to clean, that is). T_T
Ars Linguarum's endgame is to be the foundation of a planned project. I haven't named it yet, but it's going to automatically generate a story. I plan to manually do part-of-speech tagging on (and other analysis of) some stories, including my own Modificatio Aeneidis, and write a program to generate characters, settings and plots to produce an entire story. It's perhaps a bit ambitious (not sure how I'm going to do the plot-generation part), but it can't hurt to try.
5:04:36 AM: Vocabitur Artem Fabularum.
I added pronoun support to Ars Linguarum. It can handle tricky ones like quis (common + neuter in the singular, masc + fem + neuter in the plural).
I added more verb conjugations to Ars Linguarum (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th deponent + 3rd, 3.5th and 4th). Fun. I plan to add guessing support to verbs. Principal parts unambiguously provide all necessary information to fully conjugate a regular verb, so it should be easy.
I've been working on this thing that inflects Latin words. Its name (probably subject to change) is Ars Linguarum. It's pretty cool, so you should check it out. A pretty cool feature is that it's good at guessing missing parts of noun entries. Examples:
n|rēs, it'll deduce that it's a feminine 5th declension noun with genitive
n|navis|i, it'll deduce that it's a feminine 3rd declension noun with genitive
n|castra|pl, it'll deduce that it's a neuter 2nd declension noun with genitive
It autofills verb forms for regular verbs (though 2nd and 3rd conjugation require multiple principal parts). For 1st conjugation, it only requires the first principal part!
Previously, it guessed that
laus,laudis:f is 2nd declension (as though it were
laus,laī:m!) and pretty much discarded its genitive, but I fixed that by making it check the genitive to make sure it also looks like it's 2nd declension.
Greetings! I made some awful blog thing. It's absolutely terrible. Sorry.