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Apertium-get

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apertium-get is a little script to fetch and compile language data, with monolingual dependencies, from SVN.

It assumes you've already got the core tools installed (apertium, cg, hfst; or the apertium-all-dev package), see Installation if you haven't already.

Then, to get your language pair/module downloaded and compiled, just go to the directory where you want your apertium data to be, and run

wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/unhammer/apertium-get/master/apertium-get
chmod +x apertium-get
./apertium-get fie-bar

(If you run the command twice, it just does an "svn up" and "make" instead of rebuilding everything, so it's also a quick way to update your data including dependencies.)


You can also make it list available language data with ./apertium-get -l, perhaps filtering by SVN module like ./apertium-get -l trunk or ./apertium-get -l languages.

It'll also handle apertiumised data dependencies from Giellatekno, e.g. it'll compile giella-sme when compiling apertium-sme-nob, and you can install the sme monolingual package explicitly with ./apertium-get giella-sme.

If there's some monolingual dependency where you don't need the source available, and you want to avoid the compilation, you can exclude it with -x. This assumes you've installed the dependency through e.g. apt-get (or dnf, or something else in your PKG_CONFIG_PATH). So ./apertium-get -x nno -x nob nno-nob will download and compile apertium-nno-nob from SVN, but assume you've installed both apertium-nno and apertium-nob through apt-get, while ./apertium-get -x sme sme-nob will download and compile apertium-sme-nob (and apertium-nob) from SVN, but assume you've installed giella-sme through apt-get.

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