cld3-ruby is an interface of Compact Language Detector v3 (CLD3) for Ruby.
require 'cld3' cld3 = CLD3::NNetLanguageIdentifier.new(0, 1000) cld3.find_language("こんにちは") # => #<struct Struct::Result language=:ja, probability=1.0, reliable?=true, proportion=1.0, byte_ranges=> cld3.find_language("This is a pen.") # => #<struct Struct::Result language=:en, probability=0.9999408721923828, reliable?=true, proportion=1.0, byte_ranges=> cld3.find_language("здравствуйте") # => #<struct Struct::Result language=:ru, probability=0.3140212297439575, reliable?=false, proportion=1.0, byte_ranges=>
I (Akihiko Odaki) recommend to setup this library installing via
You can also build this library by yourself.
Rakefile includes a Rake task to
put this code into files buildable as a gem. Build a gem with
FreeBSD port is available as
JRuby has a bug which prevents the feature detection. Apply the following change: https://github.com/jruby/jruby/pull/4118/commits/edad375ef4dcf195b19ce0afe4befac66468c736
gem install cld3 triggers native library building. If it fails, it is likely
that some required facilities are missing. Make sure C++ compiler is installed.
I recommend GCC as a C++ compiler.
Runtime errors are likely to be issues of FFI or programming errors. Make sure they are all correct.
If you cannot identify the cause of your problem, run spec of this library and
see whether the problem is reproducible with it or not. Spec is not included in
the gem, so clone the source code repository and then run
The source code repository is at
In case you cannot solve your problem by yourself and cannot help abandoning or find an issue in this library, please open an issue at https://github.com/akihikodaki/cld3-ruby/issues.
If you found an issue and managed to fix it and agree to share the fix under Apache-2.0, please open a pull request at https://github.com/akihikodaki/cld3-ruby/pulls. Your contribution would be appreciated by other users and recorded with Git.
The version has 3 parts: major, minor, and patch. They are joined with . as delimiters in the order.
The increment of the major version and the minor version indicates it can involve any change.
The increment of the patch version indicates there is no change of the supported languages and no change of the existing APIs.
To ask questions or report issues please open issues at https://github.com/akihikodaki/cld3-ruby/issues.
This program was written by Akihiko Odaki and other contributors. CLD3 was written by its own authors.