[developers] mrs.system dead?
oe at csli.Stanford.EDU
Mon Oct 31 10:44:09 CET 2005
> > > the `mrs' system gets used to compile an MRS library in ECL. so,
> > > to the extent that its current out-of-sync-ness will be
> > > problematic in the PET context, whoever re-builds PET next would
> > > have to fix things.
> Does this mean that the MRS(s) created by cheap with -mrs will be
> different from those created by the lkb for the same string?
no, for all i know not. dan had to rebuild his PET on friday, so had
to recompile the MRS library in ECL, which worked well. i have yet to
look at the discreprancies between the MRS system and the MRS code in
the LKB (that ann pointed out), but i assume that there are some extra
files in the LKB now that are not used in the PET integration (in fact,
PET makes use of a small fraction of the MRS code only, i think).
ann, you proposed re-naming `mrs.system', and i would rather not: the
name is baked into several Makefiles and likely referenced in various
pieces of documentation (on installing PET).
all best - oe
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