It appears there are two types of texts, two syntaxes:
- The "Cuneiform"-transformable syntax (glyph-syntax let's call it). This is used to be able to cuneify texts. So from the
forms.nwe have like
a-bu-ka, and that would be like this:
𒀀 𒁍 𒅗.
- The pronunciation-syntax. This has letters like
šand apparently there is a 1<>1 mapping between those letters and IPA sounds, as far as my understanding goes.
But do I have all this correct so far? I'm not sure. Can you not use the "glyph-syntax" for pronunciation?
- Am I to use the glyph-syntax only for converting to Cuneiform (are there any docs on this too)?
- Am I to assume the cf field form like
baʾāšuare for pronunciation? Or is the glyph-syntax somehow also for pronunciation, or is it somewhere else I haven't found?