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OBUS-GEN-CLIENT(1)					      General Commands Manual						OBUS-GEN-CLIENT(1)

NAME
obus-gen-client - generate client-side ocaml bindings from D-Bus introspection files SYNOPSIS
obus-gen-client [ options ] input-file DESCRIPTION
obus-gen-client generates an ocaml module from D-Bus introspection files. The generated module contains functions to send method calls, receive signals and read/write properties. It depends on the interface module generated with obus-gen-interface. The module generated by obus-gen-client it is meant to be edited. OPTIONS
-o output-prefix Use this name as output prefix. It defaults to the input file name without its extension and extended with "_client". For example, if the input file name is "foo.xml" (or "foo.obus"), then "obus-gen-client" will generate "foo_client.ml" and "foo_client.mli". -keep-common Keeps common interfaces, i.e. all interfaces starting with "org.freedesktop.DBus". By default they are dropped. -help or --help Display a short usage summary and exit. AUTHOR
Jeremie Dimino <jeremie@dimino.org> SEE ALSO
obus-introspect(1), obus-gen-interface(1), obus-gen-server(1). April 2010 OBUS-GEN-CLIENT(1)

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apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1)										  apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1)

NAME
apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor - This application is part of ( apertium ) This tool is part of the apertium machine translation architecture: http://apertium.org. SYNOPSIS
apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor n input_file output_file DESCRIPTION
apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor is the application responsible for generating the list of stopwords used by the lexical selection module (apertium-lextor). Stopwords are ignored as they cannot have multiple translations. OPTIONS
n the desired number of stopwords. FILES
These are the kinds of parameters and files used with this tool: input_file contains a large preprocessed corpus (see apertium-preprocess-corpus-lextor). output_file The file which gets the generated stopwords. SEE ALSO
apertium-gen-lextorbil(1), apertium-gen-lextormono(1), apertium-preprocess-corpus-lextor(1), apertium-gen-wlist-lextor(1), aper- tium-gen-wlist-lextor-translation(1), apertium-lextor-eval(1), apertium-lextor(1). BUGS
Lots of...lurking in the dark and waiting for you! AUTHOR
(c) 2005,2006 Universitat d'Alacant / Universidad de Alicante. All rights reserved. 2006-12-12 apertium-gen-stopwords-lextor(1)
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