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This page shows how to install the standard dependencies of apertium (and related packages) on FreeBSD.
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This page was written by Jatin Luthra, a 2016 Google Code-in student, which explains how to install Apertium on FreeBSD
   
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=== Install Dependencies ===
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For Standard Apertium Translation
 
pkg install bash gettext libgcrypt libgpg-error libiconv git libxml2 libxslt pcre pcre++ pkgconf autoconf automake libtool flex
   
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If you need vislcg3/cg-proc/cg-comp (Constraint Grammar), you should also do:
Install the following apertium dependencies:
 
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pkg install cmake icu boost-all gperf iperf iperf3 gawk
   
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=== Compiling and Installing Apertium ===
<pre>
 
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Now you can move on to [[Installation#For those who want to install Apertium locally, and developers]].
bash gettext libgcrypt libgpg-error libiconv libxml2 libxslt lttoolbox pcre pkgconf
 
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Once you've installed these packages, continue to [[Minimal installation from SVN]].
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Installation]]
 

Latest revision as of 02:55, 9 March 2018

This page was written by Jatin Luthra, a 2016 Google Code-in student, which explains how to install Apertium on FreeBSD

Install Dependencies[edit]

For Standard Apertium Translation

pkg install bash gettext libgcrypt libgpg-error libiconv git libxml2 libxslt pcre pcre++ pkgconf autoconf automake libtool flex

If you need vislcg3/cg-proc/cg-comp (Constraint Grammar), you should also do:

pkg install cmake icu boost-all gperf iperf iperf3 gawk

Compiling and Installing Apertium[edit]

Now you can move on to Installation#For those who want to install Apertium locally, and developers.