The gf package

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GF, Grammatical Framework, is a programming language for multilingual grammar applications

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Versions3.1.6,,, 3.2, 3.2.9, 3.3, 3.3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.7.1
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Dependenciesarray, base (>=4.3 && <5), binary, bytestring, cgi (>=3001.2.2.0), containers, data-binary-ieee754, directory, exceptions, filepath, gf, haskeline, httpd-shed (>=, json, lifted-base, mtl, network (>=2.3 && <2.7), network-uri (>=2.6), old-locale, parallel (>=3), pretty, process, random, terminfo (>=0.4), time, time-compat, unix, utf8-string, Win32 [details]
MaintainerThomas Hallgren
CategoryNatural Language Processing, Compiler
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Source repositoryhead: darcs get
Executablespgf-shell, gf
UploadedFri Oct 2 14:09:40 UTC 2015 by ThomasHallgren
Downloads2241 total (96 in last 30 days)
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StatusDocs available [build log]
Last success reported on 2015-10-03 [all 1 reports]




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The Grammatical Framework (=GF) is a grammar formalism based on type theory. 
It consists of

    * a special-purpose programming language
    * a compiler of the language
    * a generic grammar processor 

The compiler reads GF grammars from user-provided files, and the 
generic grammar processor performs various tasks with the grammars:

    * generation
    * parsing
    * translation
    * type checking
    * computation
    * paraphrasing
    * random generation
    * syntax editing 

GF particularly addresses four aspects of grammars:

    * multilinguality (parallel grammars for different languages)
    * semantics (semantic conditions of well-formedness, semantic 
      properties of expressions) 
    * grammar engineering (modularity, abstractions, libraries)
    * embeddability in programs written in other languages (C,C++,
      Haskell, Java, JavaScript)

COMPILATION and INSTALLATION of source distribution:
See download/index.html for installation instructions.
(More details can be found in doc/gf-developers.html.)