Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with HTTPS or Subversion.

Download ZIP
git mirror of lex2all SVN repository
Haskell
branch: master

Fetching latest commit…

Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time

Failed to load latest commit information.
dtds
Dtypes.hs
Generic.hs
LexToDyalog.hs
LexToGeni.hs
LexToGeniXML.hs
LexToLLP2.hs
LexToTTMCTAG.hs
Licence-fr
License-en
MacroProcessing.hs
Main.hs
MorphParser.hs
MorphToDyalog.hs
MorphToLLP2.hs
MorphToTTMCTAG.hs
Opts.hs
Parser.hs
PrettyPrinting.hs
README
Setup.lhs
XMLprint.hs
lex2all.cabal

README

LEX2ALL 
-------

- lexicon convertion program.
- performs convertion of either lemma lexicons or morphological lexicons (see http://wiki.loria.fr/wiki/LEX2ALL for a description of the input formats).
- produce lexicons in either DyALog, LLP2, Geni or TuLiPA format.

Contact: Y. Parmentier (yannick.parmentier@gmail.com)
Version: 1.1
Revision date: 15 April 2009


Requirement
-----------

- a haskell compiler (preferably Glasgow Haskell Compiler, v. 6.8.3 or higher, 
    	    	      see http://www.haskell.org)


Installation
------------

- just invoke the following:
$ chmod u+x install.sh
$ ./install.sh

This script will check whether cabal is already installed, otherwise it will install it and then install lexConverter.

Usage
-----

Converter: lexicon convertion program which can be used in 2 modes, convertion of lemma lexicons or morphological lexicons

Usage: lexConverter [OPTION...] files...
        -v        --verbose        verbose output on stdin
        -H, -h    --help           show help
        -L        --lemmas         Converting mode -> lemmas
        -M        --morph          Converting mode -> morphological items
        -d        --dyalog         Output format: dyalog (Latin1)
        -l        --llp2           Output format: llp2 (Latin1)
        -g        --geni           Output format: geni (Latin1)
	-t 	  --tt-mctag	   Output format: tulipa (UTF8)
        -o[FILE]  --output[=FILE]  output FILE (default: stdout)
        -i[FILE]  --input[=FILE]   input FILE (default: stdin)

Warning: if you use stdin as input file descriptor, include instructions won't be processed properly.


Authors
-------

Yannick Parmentier and Eric Kow.


Feedback
--------

All bug reports and feedbacks are welcome, please send them to yannick.parmentier@gmail.com

Licence
-------

Distributed under the terms of the CeCILL licence (see the Licence-fr and License-en files included and for more information http://www.cecill.info).
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.