Well, it seems my antiquated Perl code is just a little too much for my new webhost’s servers to handle.
My web implementation of the Zompist Sound Change Applier almost killed their server this past weekend. It uses a CPAN library that someone created, based on the Zompist code, and it’s getting a little “long in the tooth”, as Perl libraries go, so I suspect that has something to do with it. So, in any case, the end result is that I had to take it off-line. And, I don’t think it will ever be back. I suppose, if I can find a way to port it to PHP, which is doubtful, it might make a return. But, honestly, I wouldn’t count on it.
What I will do, in the next week or so, is post my code here, slightly cleaned, for you all to use and enjoy. I won’t have time to support it, but I will make it available to anyone who wants to use it. Also, if I can find it, I’ll make available the original Perl code that is NOT designed to run on the web, but on a local machine. That way, if there’s some brave soul who’s willing to take that code and make it available to run from their website, they won’t have to do too much work to get a minimally functional system.
So, watch this space for forthcoming code!