Chapel Hill Electronic Text Converter

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CHET-C-javascript

Developed by Hugh Cayless and Tom Elliott (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Converts epigraphic texts using conventional editorial sigla into EpiDoc-compliant XML.

Previous versions

CHET-C Java


CHET-C Java exists in both Mac and Win versions (with slightly different handling of file paths). This project is still in development, and should be considered unsupported and unstable.

CHET-C-windows

An older version of the CHET-C tool, now deprecated, written using VBA rather than Java, and running within the MS Access environment, is still available. If you have an old or slow machine which has trouble running Java applications, you may still find this useful.