Difference between revisions of "Beta Code to Unicode Converter"

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==Available==
 
==Available==
  
* http://130.104.253.20/beta2uni/
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* http://130.104.253.20/beta2uni/ (until 2019)
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* https://cental.uclouvain.be/beta2uni/
  
 
==Author==
 
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*"Extended converter : a TLG beta code binary file interpreter (conversion of the segmented binary TLG/PHI compatible txt/idt files)."
 
*"Extended converter : a TLG beta code binary file interpreter (conversion of the segmented binary TLG/PHI compatible txt/idt files)."
  
Project web page last updated 2003, contains dead links to Beta Code resources and [[TLG]].
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Project web page last updated 2019, with updated links to Beta Code resources and [[TLG]]. The transfer of this tool to the uclouvain.be site has imposed a limit of 1000 KB on file uploads, making larger TLG/IDT pairs nonconvertible (doi 20191126). Conversion uses unicode polytonic Greek acute accents deprecated in 2016.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:33, 26 November 2019

Available

Author

  • Claude Devis

Description

(Free!) Beta Code to Unicode Converter is an online service that converts polytonic Greek text from Beta Code to Unicode UTF-16, little-endian.

As stated by the tool's home page, two versions of it are available online:

  • "Basic converter : a "pure" beta code text file converter."
  • "Extended converter : a TLG beta code binary file interpreter (conversion of the segmented binary TLG/PHI compatible txt/idt files)."

Project web page last updated 2019, with updated links to Beta Code resources and TLG. The transfer of this tool to the uclouvain.be site has imposed a limit of 1000 KB on file uploads, making larger TLG/IDT pairs nonconvertible (doi 20191126). Conversion uses unicode polytonic Greek acute accents deprecated in 2016.