[developers] Command line usage of the LKB's REPP

Stephan Oepen oe at ifi.uio.no
Thu Apr 26 22:30:54 CEST 2018

hi mike,

i would strongly advise you use the C++ implementation of REPP as your
reference.  it implements the right way of determining character ranges
across deletion and substitution rules, as introduced in dridan & oepen


the LKB implementation predates that work and is known to be deficient
about its characterization in corner cases.

best wishes, oe

On Thu, 26 Apr 2018 at 21:45 Michael Wayne Goodman <goodmami at uw.edu> wrote:

> Hello,
> Does anyone know a good way to invoke the LKB's REPP implementation from
> the command line (i.e., just tokenization, no parsing)? I'm currently doing
> this:
>     $ "${LOGONROOT}/"bin/logon --tty <<< "(lkb::read-repp
> \"testrpp/test.rpp\")(lkb::repp \"abab\")"
> It works, but I get a bunch of Lisp messages that I'm having trouble
> filtering.
>     International Allegro CL Enterprise Edition
>     10.0 [64-bit Linux (x86-64)] (Jun 10, 2017 21:22)
>     ...
>     Really exit lisp [n]?
> The output I want is within the "..." above. The messages are not on
> stderr, so I can't just redirect 2>/dev/null.
> Thanks for any help
> --
> Michael Wayne Goodman
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