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Read Me

				 SCOL
	 A Package for Statistical Computational Linguistics

			      Version 1k
			      25 Aug 2005


FETCHING
   Scol/Cass is available from

       http://vinartus.net/spa/

   Download the tar file scol1k.tgz and unpack it in the usual way
   (tar xfz scol1k.tgz) to create the directory scol1k.
   This is the Scol SOURCE DIRECTORY.

   You must choose a DESTINATION DIRECTORY for Scol.  This is the
   directory in which compiled programs etc will be placed.


BUILDING
   Let $SOURCE stand for the source directory and $DEST stand for the
   destination directory.  To build Scol, do:

       cd $SOURCE
       ./configure --prefix=$DEST
       make

   The destination pathname $DEST should be a full pathname, not a
   relative pathname.

   This will cause executables etc. to be created, but will not touch
   the destination directory.  (The destination pathname is needed
   because it is compiled into some executables.)


INSTALLING
   To install Scol in the destination directory, type:
   
       make install
   
   Files are installed in the following subdirectories of the
   destination directory: bin, include, lib, man, doc.  (They will be
   created if they do not already exist.)


USING SCOL
   To set environment variables needed to use Scol, do the following.
   If you use csh or a variant:

       source $DEST/csh.rc

   Otherwise:

       . $DEST/sh.rc

   The manual is installed as $DEST/doc/scol.ps, and there are also
   manpages.  Note that the manual documents version 0.1b.  The only
   differences between that version and the current version are bug
   fixes and the installation steps; follow the instructions in this
   README.


QUICK TEST
    To see if Cass is working, do:

        tagfixes $DEST/examples/text1.tag | cass

    or equivalently:

        make test

    The beginning of the output should look like:
        
        <title>
          [nx
            [jj Partial]
            [nn Parsing]]
          [pp
            [in via]
            [nx
              [jj Finite-State]
              [nns Cascades]]]
        </title>