#4 unmunch vs hunspell

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2009-01-19
2009-01-15
Mau Chege
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You said theres a poor mans solution to unmunch with unicode affix rules, double suffix stripping and special flags e.g. circumfix,needaffix e.t.c

You gave the example below

[P x D x S x S] | hunspell -l

Could you give an example? I have such a challenge, i am developing a dictionary for OpenOffice using Hunspell

Attached are an example of a simple affix file and dictionary file

Discussion

  • Mau Chege

    Mau Chege - 2009-01-15

    Affix File

     
  • Mau Chege

    Mau Chege - 2009-01-15
    • assigned_to: nobody --> nemethl
     
  • Mau Chege

    Mau Chege - 2009-01-15

    Dictionary File

     
  • Mau Chege

    Mau Chege - 2009-01-15

    File Added: email.dic

     
  • Németh László

    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Németh László

    Really, unmunch hasn't supported long flags, Unicode encoding in affix rules and other special Hunspell features, yet. But Hunspell distribution (http://hunspell.sourceforge.net) contains a simple shell script called "wordforms" for word form generation:

    ~/hunspell-1.2.8/src/tools/wordforms email.aff email.dic thoma
    cithoma
    athoma
    thoma
    raathoma
    ũthoma
    thoma
    thomaga
    cithoma
    cithomaga
    athoma
    athomaga
    thoma
    thomaga
    raathoma
    raathomaga
    ũthoma
    ũthomaga

     

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