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April 2003 News Archive

April 30, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Cleanups

Uploaded edits I've been working on for a few days, including a few hundred new entries, a couple images, and cleanups. Now 19653 entries.

Initiated design discussions with John Patten regarding animated site characters.

April 23, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Major ASP Cleanup

Moved (rewrote) several performance-critical ASP functions (dealing with repetitive HTML formatting) into the ActiveX object where they can be written in C++. This resulted in a huge and noticeable speedup for generating large pages, particularly by eliminating some Unicode-ANSI conversion round-trips. Discovered that a phrase coloring feature had been broken at some point in the past, and fixed it.

Also for performance reasons, instantiated the survey entries XML-DOM object as an application global.

April 20, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Transliteration Problems

Fixed some transliteration problems, particularly that -ัย was not being treated as a "live ending" by the tone calculation portion of the transliteration engine. Also fixed many words which use a special rule whereby the tone of the second syllable depends on the consonant class of the first syllable. Thanks to Eric Kan for pointing out this problem.

April 17, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Added Entries

Uploaded entries edited by Asda; Now 19143 total.

April 16, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Transliteration Search!

Exposed 'search by transliteration' feature.

April 14, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Nested Categories

A very big check-in today: we debuted a big modification and enhancement to our categories feature: categories can now be nested within other categories. The new schema even allows for "floating" categories, which can be sub-categories to more than one parent. We still have a long way to go in organizing the categories, but for now you can have fun browsing what we do have.

For testing this new feature, I also added new entries, definitions, etc.

April 9, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Added Entries

18673 entries.

April 8, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Internal Memory Management

Fixed a crashing bug in the relatively new transliteration-caching scheme. Optimized memory management, allowing a compile-time choice between HeapAlloc, GlobalAlloc, and VirtualAlloc subsystems. Organized categories.

April 4, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   Audio Audio Audio

Gigantic upload of 2719 audio clips recorded by Bryan, along with associated new entries, categories, phrases, and corrections. This brings the total audio clips to 5986, and dictionary items to 18480. Nice job Bryan.

April 2, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   XML Research

During a test period, we are now anonymously gathering data on your browser capabilities. The test determines which version of the XMLDOM component you have; the results are automatically and invisibly sent to us when you visit our site during the test period. Thank you for your cooperation.

April 1, 2003 12:00 PM by Glenn Slayden   XML Test Case Explorations

Exploring mixed server- and client-side XML possibilities using the Quick Survey as a test bed. Quick survey last 30 in the left column and the complete list are now pulled from XML by some javascript code which can be run at the server, or on the client browser.

Also, in preparation for creating the dual-mode (server or browser-client) XML code, I began a large-scale reorganization of the ASP code, separating functions and subroutines from inline (outside of all functions) code. After this task is complete, some subs which use Response.Write directly may be converted to functions which return HTML, facilitating the future dual-mode where the same function must output to either the document object (in the client case) or the response object (in the case of the server).

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