There seems to be a problem with the rule "0/something/conditions". The specific example is:
[pts]//T_ (T being "tone")
When this is applied to "ukta" it results in "u˧˥ta", but when applied to "ut" results in "u" when it should produce "u˧˥". I managed to work around this problem using this:
So the source of the trouble appears to be that (C). I tried replacing /˧˥/ with /z/ and [pts] with "t"; the rule didn't work as it should have, meaning that it's definitely the "(C)" that's causing the problem. Oddly enough though, the rules
work just fine. So perhaps it's the "(ː)"?
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