VOIKKOVFSTC(1) General Commands Manual VOIKKOVFSTC(1)NAME
voikkovfstc - compiler for Varissuo finite state transducers
voikkovfstc -o filename [options]
voikkovfstc is a compiler for Varissuo finite state transducers that are used as dictionaries for libvoikko, a library of language tools
for Finnish and other languages. The compiler reads the transducer from stdin in unweighted AT&T format.
OPTIONS -o filename
Specify name for output file.
Specify format for output file. Possible formats are 'be' (big endian), 'le' (little endian) or 'native' (use the endianess of the
host). Default is 'le'.
voikkovfstc and this manual page were written by Harri Pitkanen (email@example.com).
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voikkogc - test program for Voikko grammar checker
voikkogc is a test program for grammar checking functionality in libvoikko, library of Finnish language tools. It reads sentences or para-
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