This library aims at making possible to use PGF files, produce by the grammatical framework gf compiler in java program. On of the goal is to build application for android devices.
In order to build the library you need a java compiler, a scala compiler and the ant build tool.
The project now uses ant for the build process. The following commands can be interesting :
Building the library :
Testing the library
Building a standalone jar file :
ant jar This builds the all library as a single jar file and includes external dependencies (cup, guava...)
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