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In order to merge two morphological dictionaries you can use the <code>dictools</code> scripts available in <code>crossdics</code> package.
 
In order to merge two morphological dictionaries you can use the <code>dictools</code> scripts available in <code>crossdics</code> package.
   
dictools '''merge-morph''' apertium-xx-yy.'''xx'''.dix apertium-xx-zz.'''xx'''.dix apertium-merged-xx.dix [-debug]
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$ ./dictools '''merge-morph''' apertium-xx-yy.'''xx'''.dix apertium-xx-zz.'''xx'''.dix apertium-merged-xx.dix [-debug]
   
 
* Use the option <code>-debug</code> to get more details about the merging process. A log file <code>merge.log</code> will be generated.
 
* Use the option <code>-debug</code> to get more details about the merging process. A log file <code>merge.log</code> will be generated.

Revision as of 08:23, 25 July 2007

Merging morphological dictionaries

In order to merge two morphological dictionaries you can use the dictools scripts available in crossdics package.

$ ./dictools merge-morph apertium-xx-yy.xx.dix apertium-xx-zz.xx.dix apertium-merged-xx.dix [-debug]
  • Use the option -debug to get more details about the merging process. A log file merge.log will be generated.

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