hfst-apertium-proc(1) =Usage: hfst-proc [-a [-p|-C|-x] [-k]|-g|-n|-d|-t] [-W] [-n N] [-c|-w] [-z] [-v|-q|]


hfst-proc [-a [-p|-C|-x] [-k]|-g|-n|-d|-t] [-W] [-n N] [-c|-w] [-z] [-v|-q|]


transducer_file [input_file [output_file]]

Perform a transducer lookup on a text stream, tokenizing on the fly Transducer must be in HFST optimized lookup format

-a, --analysis
Morphological analysis (default)
-g, --generation
Morphological generation
-n, --non-marked-gen
Morph. generation without unknown word marks
-d, --debugged-gen
Morph. generation with everything printed
-t --tokenize
Tokenize the input stream into symbols (for debugging)
-p --apertium
Apertium output format for analysis (default)
-C --cg
Constraint Grammar output format for analysis
-x, --xerox
Xerox output format for analysis
-e, --do-compounds
Treat '+' and '#' as compound boundaries
-k, --keep-compounds
Retain compound analyses even when analyses with fewer compound-boundaries are available
-W, --show-weights
Print final analysis weights (if any)
-r, --show-raw-in-cg
Print the raw analysis string as sub-reading in CG output
-N N, --analyses=N
Output no more than N analyses (if the transducer is weighted, the N best analyses)
--weight-classes N
Output no more than N best weight classes (where analyses with equal weight constitute a class
-c, --case-sensitive
Perform lookup using the literal case of the input characters
-w --dictionary-case
Output results using dictionary case instead of surface case
-z --null-flush
Flush output on the null character
-v, --verbose
Be verbose
-q, --quiet
Don't be verbose (default)
-V, --version
Print version information
-h, --help
Print this help message
-X, --raw
Do not perform any mangling to: case, ``superblanks'' or anything else!!!


Report bugs to [email protected]

hfst-proc 0.0 (hfst 3.9.0)
Dec 14 2015 10:44:22 copyright (C) 2009-2011 University of Helsinki