A Danish pronounciation dictionary "NST Lexical database for Danish" has an X-SAMPA-like annotation.
In a documentation document at http://www.nb.no/sbfil/leksikalske_databaser/trans_konv/da_transkonv.tar.gz and in the pronounciation dictionary itself http://www.nb.no/sbfil/leksikalske_databaser/leksikon/da_leksikon.tar.gz, I find that the dollar sign ("$") is used as a syllable separator. I also see that "¤" is used as sentence stress ("sætningstryk") indicator.
As I have been using the NST database for Wikidata lexemes for the X-SAMPA property (see, e.g., https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Lexeme:L34765&oldid=1040257932), I am wondering about the dollar sign as a X-SAMPA symbol. I have not seen it anywhere else. Is it a non-standard symbol? Should one erase the dollar sign from X-SAMPA code to avoid that tools that might be using it get confused?