Commit b0131311 authored by Kartik Mistry's avatar Kartik Mistry 🇮🇳

Imported Upstream version 0.8.0+svn~57502

parent 9afdc7b9
(c) 2008, Universitat d'Alacant (Transducens group)
(c) 2007, Generalitat de Catalunya (dades anglés)
(c) 2007, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (IULA)
(c) 2005, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
(c) 2009, Jimmy O'Regan
(c) 2009, Paul "greenbreen" Breen
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......@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ above, provided that you also meet all of these conditions:
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......@@ -336,5 +335,5 @@ necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
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Mon Oct 8 08:53:05 BST 2007
Wed 3 Aug 2011 19:20:38 IST
* Release 1.0.5
* Upgraded to unicode
* Release 0.8.0
* Fixes mountweazels (feminity, furthfullness, deshumanisation)
* Lots of vocabulary and rule additions, courtest of:
- Eleka Ingeniaritza Linguistikoa
- imaxin|software
- Prompsit Language Engineering
Tue Feb 23 23:29:50 GMT 2010
* Release 0.7.1 (Bugfix)
* Fix an uninitialised variable in transfer, which was causing problems
with adjectives in the en->es direction
* Fix an error in the testvoc script, and the lexical errors it missed
- many thanks to Garbiñe from Eleka for pointing this out.
* A small vocabulary increase, mostly nouns inherited from Latin.
Sat Dec 5 15:23:45 GMT 2009
* Release 0.7.0 ('More of an escape than a release')
* Vastly improved handling of Anglo-Saxon genitive in transfer (Mireia)
* 'Apostrophe genitive' (Jesus' etc.) in analysis
* Pre-transfer processing of apostrophes/genitive (based on an idea by
Jacob Nordfalk/Francis Tyers)
* Greatly increased vocabulary (most notably, Paul "greenbreen" Breen)
Mon Mar 19 17:08:00 CET 2008
* Release 0.6.0
* Initial release
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TRANSLATOR
English--Spanish
===================================================================
You need apertium-3.0 and lttoolbox-3.0 to use this translator. To compile
the linguistical data simply do:
the linguistic data simply do:
./configure
make
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inside of this directory.
TAGGER
To use this language-pair package with apertium YOU DO NOT NEED TO
RETRAIN THE TAGGER. Probabilities and auxiliary data are provided for
both the ca-es and the es-ca translation directions which should be
acceptable for most applications, and should work even if you change
the dictionaries in a reasonably way.
===================================================================
More information about this module, and others can be found on
the Apertium: Wiki, http://wiki.apertium.org
If for some reason you need to retrain the tagger (for example, you
have made really extensive changes to the dictionaries such as
creating new lexical categories), please see the documentation
on our Wiki:
http://xixona.dlsi.ua.es/wiki/index.php/Tagger_training
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Copyright (C) 2005 Universitat d'Alacant / Universidad de Alicante
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
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WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
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<transfer>
<section-def-cats>
<def-cat n="prep">
<cat-item tags="pr"/>
</def-cat>
</section-def-cats>
<section-def-attrs>
<def-attr n="a_prp">
<attr-item tags="pr"/>
</def-attr>
</section-def-attrs>
<section-def-vars>
<def-var n="number"/>
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<section-rules>
<rule>
<pattern>
<pattern-item n="prep"/>
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<action>
<out>
<lu>
<clip pos="1" side="tl" part="whole"/>
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</rule>
</section-rules>
</transfer>
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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<transfer>
<section-def-cats>
<def-cat n="apos">
<cat-item lemma="&apos;" tags="apos"/>
</def-cat>
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<cat-item lemma="'s" tags="gen"/>
</def-cat>
<def-cat n="apos_aposgen">
<cat-item lemma="&apos;" tags="apos"/>
<cat-item lemma="'s" tags="gen"/>
</def-cat>
<def-cat n="any">
<cat-item tags=""/> <!-- unknown words -->
<cat-item tags="*"/>
</def-cat>
</section-def-cats>
<section-def-attrs>
<def-attr n="nbr">
<attr-item tags="sp"/>
<attr-item tags="sg"/>
<attr-item tags="pl"/>
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<b pos="1"/>
<lu><clip pos="2" side="tl" part="whole"/></lu>
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