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MALLEX(1)			      Malaga quick reference				MALLEX(1)

NAME
       mallex - generate a Malaga run-time lexicon

SYNOPSIS
       mallex [-binary|-readable|-prelex] project-file

       mallex [-binary|-readable|-prelex] symbol-file rule-file [lexicon-file] [prelex-file]

DESCRIPTION
       Malaga  is a development environment for natural-language grammars based on the Left-Asso-
       ciative Grammar formalism.  Malaga grammars can be used for automatic morphological and/or
       syntactic analysis.

       The  program mallex generates a Malaga run-time lexicon by letting allomorph rules process
       a base-form lexicon. It can be started in interactive mode to help find bugs in the  base-
       form lexicon or in the allomorph rules.

       mallex uses the following grammar components:

       symbol-file
	      The  symbol-file	has the suffix .sym and contains the symbols that are used in the
	      lexicon and/or the allomorph rules.

       rule-file
	      The rule-file has the suffix .all and contains the allomorph rules used  to  create
	      the runtime-lexicon.

       lexicon-file
	      The  lexicon-file  has  the  suffix .lex and contains the base-form lexicon entries
	      that are used as input for the allomorph rules.

       prelex-file (optional)
	      The prelex-file has the suffix .prelex and contains precompiled allomorph  entries,
	      which have been created by a former run of mallex with the option -prelex.

       You  can give the names of the grammar components as command line arguments, in any order.
       Alternatively, you can describe these components in a project-file and use the name of the
       project file as mallex' single command-line argument. A project file has the suffix .pro.

       If  no  command line options are given, mallex runs in interactive mode, and you can enter
       commands.  The lexicon-file and prelex-file are not used in interactive mode. If  you  are
       not  sure  about  the  name  of	a command, use the command help to get an overview of all
       mallex commands.

       If you want to quit mallex, enter the command quit.

       See info Malaga for details.

OPTIONS
       -b[inary]
	      Create the run time lexicon file from the base form lexicon file and  the  optional
	      prelex file, and save it as a binary run-time lexicon, which can be used by malaga.

       -h[elp]
	      Print a help text about mallex' command line arguments and exit.

       -p[relex]
	      Create the run time lexicon, and save it as a binary prelex-file, which can be read
	      in later by another mallex run.  output stream.

       -r[eadable]
	      Create the run time lexicon but don't save it, but print its entries in human-read-
	      able form on the standard output stream.

       -v[ersion]
	      Print mallex' version number and exit.

AUTHORS
       Malaga  has  been  developed  by  Bjoern Beutel.  Numerous other people distributed to it.
       This manpage was originally written for the Debian distribution by Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho.

SEE ALSO
       malaga(1), malmake(1), malrul(1), malshow(1), malsym(1)

       ``Malaga 7, User's and Programmer's  Manual''.	Available  in  Debian  systems	via  info
       Malaga,	and, if the malaga-doc package is installed, in various formats (DVI, Postscript,
       PDF, HTML) under /usr/share/doc/malaga-doc/.

Malaga					26 September 2006				MALLEX(1)
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