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QBL-CMNDR Development

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Latest Work on the application...

Good news:

I AM working on material related to the QBL-CMNDR application. and I'm working damn hard at it, if I do say so myself. I'm currently evaluating a promising new cipher for inclusion in the application.

Bad news:

Delays and upcoming updates....

Sorry for the lag in updates here on the software.

I'm currently researching a number of other ciphers and working on plans for making the software more flexible in term of adding new ciphers and correspondence tables. Most of this is being done in very brief runs with many interruptions, as things are busy between home and work just now.

However, with the holiday break coming up, I'm hoping to have time to get an updated release out to you sometime in early January.

First Release Approaching...

I've spent most of this weekend working on getting to the point where I feel that the English gematria portion of QBL-CMNDR is suitable for public consumption. There are no analytics in place yet, beyond raw calculations, and I need to add calculators for numeric and foreign passages within English, as they occur in a number of the Class-A texts. Not yet implemented are the calculations for the NAEQ method of "counting well" as described in Liber AL 3:19., and written up in this essay by Jim Lees.

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