[developers] [lkb] Compiling PET with (R)MRS support
kordoni at coli.uni-sb.de
Sun Apr 18 22:09:31 CEST 2010
:) simply love the Camus' stuff. thanks, Richard.
On Sun, 18 Apr 2010, Richard Bergmair wrote:
> The answer to the broader problem being raised here, I believe,
> has found its most eloquent expression in Albert Camus' work:
> "What, then, is that incalculable feeling that deprives the mind
> of the sleep necessary to life? A world that can be explained
> even with bad reasons is a familiar world. But, on the other hand,
> in a universe suddenly divested of illusions and lights, man feels
> an alien, a stranger."
> In answer to your more immediate problem, I submit to your attention
> "One must imagine Sisyphus happy."
> On Sunday 18 April 2010 18:14:07 Stephan Oepen wrote:
>> hi katya,
>>> cat test.fsc | cheap -tok=fsc -limit=1000 -default-les=all -cm \
>>> -mrs=xml -verbose=10 -results=1 grammar.grm
>> which grammar is this? have you confirmed that MRS extraction works in
>> the LKB? if so, does PET load the right set of MRS globals? could you
>> try your PET binary on the ERG, e.g. something like
>> cheap -yy -packing -verbose=4 -mrs -cm \
>> -default-les=all english.grm < pet/sample.yy
>>> Does someone have suggestions about how to fix the problem?
>> it is hard to say whether this is a grammar-related problem (e.g. some
>> missing setting, or something), or related to you using an ECL version
>> that is rumoured to be problematic (in the PET `README'). in general,
>> it might be worth trying pre-compiled binaries, which are known to work
>> with several of the larger grammars. the so-called LOGON tree includes
>> PET binaries (and quite a number of grammars and other resources); see:
>> once you find out more about the original problem, please let us know!
>> best - oe
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