[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #65 Dutch language improvements
Leonard, I have cherry-picked your commit 0d56071. Keep up the good work!
[espeak-ng/espeak-ng] Pull request opened by ValdisVitolins:
#202 Improvements for French and Dutch languages.
[espeak-ng:master] New Issue Created by ValdisVitolins:
#199 Language analysis improvements
Language analysis and spelling decisions could be improved by introducing following new features:
- [ ] extend
verb follows/noun follows marks to more/arbitrary flags, which then can be used to make different pronunciation rules for homonyms
- [ ]
J statement as precondition, to allow choosing pronunciation from preceding word
- [ ] possibility to go back to start of the rules and redo analysis again (e.g. issue #121 not only after removing pre/suf-fixes. Could be performance drain, if used improperly.)
- [ ]
replace rule extended to replace not only characters, but group of characters, also probably
replace using matching rules
- [ ]
_list extended to mark arbitrary defined word types by comparing only root part of the word (i.e. partial match without pre/suffixes)
- [ ] output (prosody data) extended to mark syllables with more/arbitrary defined ways for different pronuciations (e.g. high/low pitch for Chinese etc.)
- [ ] Fix issue #196 Word end mark _ doesn't work properly with ~ character group.
- [ ] Common rule for stress decision before or after specific spelling decision of word is made. E.g. to put stress for penultimate syllable in Italian #80 as common rule.