I’ve been taking a bit of a hiatus from blogging thanks to:
- Car accident drama
- Latin III
- postponed GRE from this weekend to the 24th of October
- The LatinVerb library.
Most of these don’t produce much in the way of visual artifacts, but here’s a short demonstration of the LatinVerb library ( it’s coherently working, but still needs some refactoring to get it to 0.1 release state… ). Here’s the video:
What’s going on here is that I have a Ruby debugger ( RDebug ) session open where I’ve created an instance of Latin::LatinVerb. I then proceed to execute some of the “vectors” that uniquely identify a single conjugation of a verb or a collection of verb tenses.
It’s not too pretty yet, my main work has been on getting the thinking working. The displaying part comes next.