Delete your old datafiles and replace them with this one! - http://crfh.sourceforge.net/00000000.crfh - which contains the whole of the First Three Years of CRFH! It's 616K. Many, many thanks to all the transcribers who worked so hard to get this out.
Alternatively, the new version of CRFHArchive - highly recommended anyway, since it includes speed fixes and a brand new Online Update Centre that'll download new datafiles for you - can grab the file itself.... read more
Ladies and gentlemen!
The first fully-proofread CRFH Archive Project datafile is out, complete up to (and including) Mr. Hand Strikes Back! Grab it here - http://crfh.sourceforge.net/19990101.crfh and copy it into your program directory!
But there's a lot of work to be done behind the scenes. Rest assured, we're working on it!
Yep, the CRFH Web Search, programmed by Luis Alejandro Gonzlez Miranda, has now been released! Grab the source code from our files page - http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=37793
Or check out the search in action at http://crfh.sourceforge.net/webarchive.shtml !
Yep. The old one was too cluttered, and didn't fit the news on the front page, so in a fit of creative energy (which doesn't happen often, let me tell you), I redesigned it.
This should be stable for a while, at least...
Windows users now have a choice of two searching applications! Try Alfedenzo's CRFHSearch here! http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=37793&release_id=58859
The CRFH Semi-Auto-Archiver is now totally available on sourceforge. The console app is available in both a Windows (http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/crfh/crfhsaa-w32.zip) and Linux (http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/crfh/crfhsaa-i386.tar.gz) version. See the previous news post (http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=119627) and the readme in the files for details. :)
Some of you may have been wondering why you have heard *nothing* from the Linux port of this project...
Well, simply put, because nothing has happened except me making a godawful mess of my computer, but that should be fixed now.
Expect a pre-alpha release sometime soon.
I've just written a console app for Windows and Linux that'll ease the process of transcribing strips. The College Roomies From Hell!!! Semi-Auto-Archiver just asks for the standard transcription data and prints it out in a nice text file for you, which you can correct yourself.
NOTE: The existing (2) archivers have blocks reserved already. Please contact TDS at firstname.lastname@example.org to grab yourself a chunk before archiving. Thanks :)... read more
James Robinson, alias Amorph, has joined the team as a Mac programmer!
Expect a Mac version of the archive to approach soon... :)
New features including launching of default web browser when doubleclicking on a strip and other cosmetic enhancements.
Next release will be after proofreading and data analysis is complete... which could be a while.
Maritza Campos, creator of CRFH!!!, had this to say about the Alpha release:
While I'm not quite so enthusiastic about how good the alpha-0-1-1 release is, it's nice to know that it's being appreciated!
Yep, it's there. First, unpolished, raw, alpha release. Go get it from the files section! :-)
The SourceForge project for the CRFH Archive has been launched. Fairly soon, alpha versions of the open-source Windows and Linux searches should be released for comments and bug testing.
The ball has started rolling...