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* [[Apertium for Dummies]]
 
* [[Apertium for Dummies]]
* [[Using SVN]] — cheatsheet on how to use SVN for users and developers.
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*[[Using Git]] — an introduction to using Git for Apertium.
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** [https://git-scm.com/doc Git Documentation]
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** [http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/ Simple Guide to Using Git]
 
* [[Code structure]] — a guide to the file structure of source downloads (and the SVN repository)
 
* [[Code structure]] — a guide to the file structure of source downloads (and the SVN repository)
 
* [[Modes introduction]]
 
* [[Modes introduction]]

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[edit] Official

Contents

Overwhelmingly also applies to Apertium 3.0, except statements about non-Unicode support. Also, the older SLR/SRL method for lexical selection/disambiguation is covered, but this is now replaced by the Lexical selection module.
  • Publications — Conference and journal articles published about Apertium.

[edit] Undocumented Features

[edit] General

[edit] Apertium in 5 slides

Short presentations prepared by GCI students.

[edit] Entry Test for Apertium

Test how well you know Apertium in this quiz! Are you knowledgeable enough about Apertium to be a stellar developer/GCI/GSoC student?

[edit] GsoC / GCI students

[edit] Creating a new pair

[edit] Contributing to an existing pair

[edit] How it works

[edit] Introductions to Modules

Not used often now,

See also the Workflow reference


[edit] Indexes

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