Version 5.2 of minpair

Release Notes: Multigraph definition files may now contain more than one definition per line, separated by whitespace. This allows the use of msort sort order definition files for their collating element definitions.

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    •  15 Nov 2009 14:01

      Release Notes: Multigraph definition files may now contain more than one definition per line, separated by whitespace. This allows the use of msort sort order definition files for their collating element definitions.

      •  10 Dec 2007 05:04

      Release Notes: This release affects only mpg. It fixes bugs in the handling of glosses and eliminates the dependency on iwidgets, simplifying installation. The license is now GPL 3.

      •  23 Mar 2006 03:53

      Release Notes: It is now possible to run mpg without minpair. mpg can now find pairs of words differing in exactly two positions. This is useful in looking for phonological rules. GNU autoconfiguration is now available. Various small improvements and bugfixes were made in mpg.

      •  21 Aug 2005 11:57

      Release Notes: The GUI will now optionally sort the output. Interactive font selection is now provided. Many aspects of the GUI can now be configured by means of an initialization file. These include features of the GUI itself, such as fonts and colors and default settings for minpair parameters. It is also possible to define custom character insertion widgets in the initialization file. The GUI has been reorganized and beautified.

      •  31 Jul 2005 02:42

      Release Notes: This release contains miscelaneous minor improvements and one minor bugfix. The most important improvement is that the GUI now detects that it is running under Tk-Aqua and adapts itself, making the program usable under Mac OS X without X11.

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