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Starting a new language with lttoolbox

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For information on how to install lttoolbox, see lttoolbox and minimal installation from SVN

This page is going to describe how to start a new language with lttoolbox. As lttoolbox is not really suited to agglutinative languages, or languages with complex and regular morphophonology (see starting a new language with HFST), we're going to work on one with simpler and less regular morphology.

Preliminaries

The language

Lexicon

The basics

Compiling

Paradigms

Analysis and generation

Troubleshooting

Notes


Further reading

See also

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