greek-accentuation has finally hit 1.0.0 with a couple more functions and a module layout change.
The library (which I’ve previously written about here) has been sitting on 0.9.9 for a while and I’ve been using it sucessfully in my inflectional morphology work for 18 months. There were, however, a couple of functions that lived in the inflectional morphology repos that really belonged in
greek-accentuation. They have now been moved there.
syllabify.debreath which removes smooth breathing and replaces rough breathing with an
h. And there is
syllabify.rebreath which reverses this.
The other big change made is there are no-longer three top-level modules—everything is enclosed in a
greek_accentuation package so instead of
from syllabify import * you say
from greek_accentuation.syllabify import *.
pip install greek-accentuation==1.0.0. The repo is at https://github.com/jtauber/greek-accentuation.
greek-accentuation is made available under an MIT license.
Thanks to Kyle Johnson of the wonderful Classical Language Toolkit project for encouraging me to finally do the 1.0.0 release.