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user:zeman:interset:how-to-use [2017/01/13 18:13]
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 ===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
  
-If you exist on the ÚFAL network and use Perl from PerlBrew, you probably already have ''​Lingua::​Interset''​ available (depending on which Perl version you take from PerlBrew). Or you can point your `PERL5LIBdirectly to Dan's version in ''/​home/​zeman/​projekty/​interset/​lib''​. Otherwise you can install ''​Lingua::​Interset''​ from CPAN, e.g. using+If you exist on the ÚFAL network and use Perl from PerlBrew, you probably already have ''​Lingua::​Interset''​ available (depending on which Perl version you take from PerlBrew). Or you can point your ''​PERL5LIB'' ​directly to Dan's version in ''/​home/​zeman/​projekty/​interset/​lib''​. Otherwise you can install ''​Lingua::​Interset''​ from CPAN, e.g. using
  
 <code bash>​cpanm Lingua::​Interset</​code>​ <code bash>​cpanm Lingua::​Interset</​code>​
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 ===== How to use the Interset ===== ===== How to use the Interset =====
  
-You can write your own tag conversion ​Perl script, and use the Interset driver library. You may have to tell Perl where to find Interset (the following commands work in ''​csh'';​ you have to use different syntax under ''​bash''​ or in Windows command line):+You can write your own Perl script ​to convert tags, and use the Interset driver library. You may have to tell Perl where to find Interset (the following commands work in ''​csh'';​ you have to use different syntax under ''​bash''​ or in Windows command line):
  
 <​code>​setenv PERLLIB /​home/​zeman/​projekty/​interset/​lib:​$PERLLIB <​code>​setenv PERLLIB /​home/​zeman/​projekty/​interset/​lib:​$PERLLIB

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