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The basics

GenI provides the following command line arguments. The mandatory options are -t FILE -l FILE -s FILE (an unanchored trees file, a lexicon and a semantic test suite)

short formlong formpurpose
--nogui disable graphical user interface
--help show full list of command line switches
-t FILE --trees=FILE (unanchored) tree file FILE
-l FILE --lexicon=FILE lexicon file FILE
-s FILE --testsuite=FILE test suite FILE

Advanced options

Note: all LIST are delimited by <tt>+</tt> (a plus sign)

TODO

Convert the below to trac wiki format

Optimisation

{|border="1" !|long form !|purpose !|default |- | --extrapols=LIST | preset polarities (normally, you should use rootcats instead) | unset |- | --opts=LIST | optimisations to apply LIST | unset |- | --repeat=INT | perform INT trials during batch testing | 1 |- | --rootcats=LIST | root categories LIST (for polarities) | s |}

<pre> List of optimisations. (ex: --opt=+f+s for foot constraints and semantic filters)

Polarity optimisations:

pol - equivalent to +p+a+s+c p - polarity filtering a - polarity detection s - polarity signatures c - chart sharing

Adjunction optimisations:

adj - equivalent to +S+F S - semantic filtering F - foot constraints

Batch processing:

batch - batch processing

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Common grammar manifesto

{|border="1" !|long form !|purpose !|default |- | --viewcmd=CMD | XMG tree-view command | unset |- |}

Other options

--ignoresem ignore all semantic information --maxtrees=INT max tree size INT by number of elementary trees --morphinfo=FILE morphological lexicon FILE (default: unset) --morphcmd=CMD morphological post-processor CMD (default: unset) --testcases=LIST run test cases LIST ('+' seperated, default: unset [all])