'NOTE! ' Giellatekno and Divvun recently (May 2020) moved the linguistic source code and its core support files from svn to github. Our other pages (documentation, icall, administrative pages ...) are still in svn. These documentation pages are still lagging behind. Eventual references to linguistic resources on svn are probably outdated. Otherwise, the pages should still be ok.
This page documents how be able to building, use and developing the grammatical tools yourself. If you only want to use the ready-made grammatical analysers, see the Linguistic analysis page. You should first ensure the Hardware and operative system requirements are set, thereafter you should get the Giella source code, and finally you should compile the analysers. Each of these three steps are presented below, with links to relevant routines. Return to this page for the next step after each step 1-2-3.
1. Hardware and operative system requirements
2. Getting the Giella source code for your language
a. Download only the core files and th language(s) you need
b. Download documentation files
Check out our svn repository, then run
c. Setup on a multiuser server
You may also set up the core and single languages on a multiuser server. To use this configuration, follow these instructions:
- install the giella-core -
- check out your language -
You may also setup the full structure on a server. Follow the instructions under (b).
3. Compile the analysers
The page Compiling And Using The Analysers
For the full range of possibilities, there is
A final note
This list is written for people not working at Divvun or Giellatekno. You may