hfst-fst2fst(1) =Convert transducers between binary formats


hfst-fst2fst [OPTIONS...] [INFILE]


Convert transducers between binary formats

Common options:

-h, --help
Print help message
-V, --version
Print version info
-v, --verbose
Print verbosely while processing
-q, --quiet
Only print fatal erros and requested output
-s, --silent
Alias of --quiet

Input/Output options:

-i, --input=INFILE
Read input transducer from INFILE
-o, --output=OUTFILE
Write output transducer to OUTFILE

Conversion options:

-f, --format=FMT
Write result in FMT format
-b, --use-backend-format
Write result in implementation format, without any HFST wrappers
-S, --sfst
Write output in (HFST's) SFST implementation
-F, --foma
Write output in (HFST's) foma implementation
-x, --xfsm
Write output in native xfsm format
-t, --openfst-tropical
Write output in (HFST's) tropical weight (OpenFST) implementation
-l, --openfst-log
Write output in (HFST's) log weight (OpenFST) implementation
-O, --optimized-lookup-unweighted Write output in the HFST optimized-lookup implementation
-w, --optimized-lookup-weighted
Write output in optimized-lookup (weighted) implementation
-Q --quick
When converting to optimized-lookup, don't try hard to compress

If OUTFILE or INFILE is missing or -, standard streams will be used. Format of result depends on format of INFILE FMT must be name of a format usable by libhfst, i.e. one of the following: { foma, openfst-tropical, openfst-log, sfst, xfsm

optimized-lookup-weighted, optimized-lookup-unweighted }.

Note that xfsm format is always written in native format without HFST wrappers.


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