Leopar's usual options
Leopar is a parser for Natural Language (more info on leopar.loria.fr) Usage: leopar [OPTION] If no mode is specified, the main Graphical User Interface is opened. Other modes are: -corpus parse each sentence of a corpus and print small result informations -param print parameters on stdout -save save the command line parameters in config file -version print version number Options are: -grammar <string> choose the grammar file used by leopar -lexicon <string> choose the lexicon file used by lexicomp & toktok -toktok_system <string> choose the rules file used by lexicomp & toktok -examples <string> choose the examples file for the GUI (set to "" to disable) -filters <string> set the list of filters to apply (separated by ';') -algo <string> algorithm used for deep parsing -dep <string> specify the model representation used (value are: 'complete', 'epsilon' and 'tree') -timeout <float> specify the timeout that computation would not exceed -config_path <path> the path where to find config.xml and dot_config.xml (if needed) -config <file> the config file to use -out_dir the directory where output are store (to use with -corpus option)
the -aux option
With the -aux option, you can load several auxiliary lexicon into leopar. These auxiliaty lexicons are used by Toktok in addition to the main lexicon. Of course, auxiliary lexicons must be defined a the same domain as the main one.
For example, the small auxiliary lexicon tdm80.lex is use in the parsing of Jules Verne's Novel.
leopar -aux tdm80.zen
If several auxiliary lexicons are required, the syntax is:
leopar -aux "aux1.zen aux2.zen aux3.zen"