Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Synpathy release history

February 8, 2007: Release 1.0

This is the first release of 'synpathy' as a stand-alone tool. It was derived from the Syntax-Viewer of the TIGERSearch project at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. Some changes are due to the integration of the tool into the Corpus Spoken Dutch Exploration tool "Corex". Despite some non-trivial modifications, it should be still backwards compatible. Mainly the viewing components have been refactored and extended, whilethe model classes (ims.tiger.corpus) remained unchanged. So it should be possible, if wanted, to re-integrate synpathy into TIGERSearch.
The changes per package:

June 14, 2007: Release 1.0.1

This release contains a bug-fix concerning the deletion of non-terminal nodes.