A database system for linguistic data. This includes research tools for
analysis of the data (mixed with Perl-implementations of some topics).
Soon: A multi-purpose typesetting system. It's based somewhat on TeXs
workflow and can do similar things.
I'm willing to share the typesetting development process.
Send a mail, I can send you details.
Is Forth an "ultralight" thing? I just followed the instructions at
My example of the stove I've build is only 7g (or 1/4oz) in weight. It works
very good as far as I've tested it and it seems to follow Forth ideas in
construction: make it as simple as possible, get as much as is possible from
the simple construction. I even do think it's similar to Forth in that it's
internally a little bit more complicated than you see at first. Maybe that
"ultralight" backpacking guys are something that still happens to Forth too:
just something that goes against mainstream (at least here in Germany) and
has good ideas but is ignored by big companies. Nevertheless both are
working. And Forth is an "ultralight" language if you want to have it so.
Houses and so on...: Well, my house is what I'm living in. It's a
kind of modern at the moment to talk about houses if you are a Forther. My
house is from 1733 and this is a view outside a window that shows what
happens at the moment: