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Heres a little 1337 speaker

The following is an example of how you can use rephrase in not-in-the-nintendoed way
1337.ctc follows: (pay attention to the ordering of morphology vs alphabet)...

orn/r0n/
ou/o0z/
er/X0r/
a/4/
b/8/
c/[/
d/)/
e/3/
f/|#/
g/&/
h/#/
i/|/
j/_|/
k/X/
l/1/
m/|v|/
n/[\]/
o/0/
p/|*/
q/(_,)/
r/|?/
s/5/
t/7/
u/(_)/
v/√/
w/(n)/
x/%/
y/Ч/
z/7_/

Posted by Anonymous 2007-11-11

Wordiness, Spelliness, Crappiness and Translationiness haha

Yes, I am attempting to rewrite rephrase to make it "understand" what you are actually saying, rather then just the flat rules it uses now, it will use a combination - thus becoming a little better at cutting out the guff that comes out of our mouths.

Posted by Anonymous 2007-09-10

Its been awhile

Well, after about a year of turmoil (I had a son!) Im back cutin' the crap outta things. My first order of business was to rename the project to something a little more palletable, enter "Rephrase".

Posted by Anonymous 2007-09-10

Linuxlinks

Some one submitted ctc to linuxlinks. http://www.linuxlinks.com/Java/Home_and_Education/

Better keep making releases and new rules up!! :-/

Posted by Anonymous 2006-06-23

V0.10 File release

This is mostly just a bug fix release. Fixes some of the rules in the default rule file. The code has gone through many changes internally, however not much appears to have changed on the outside. Still cuts the crap though! :)

Posted by Anonymous 2006-06-23

Initial release and CVS

The initial release of CutTheCrap, uses the gtk look and feel of swing. There is a no source file release. Of course, the source is freely available using anon. cvs under the terms and conditions of the GNU GPL.

Posted by Anonymous 2006-06-19