Commit 40e8a8f1 authored by Gérard Huet's avatar Gérard Huet

Fix pp of denominatives

parent 309a4bd9
......@@ -4615,10 +4615,11 @@ value record_ppp_abs_stems entry rstem ppstems =
iter process_ppstem ppstems
;
(* Simple version for denominatives - tentative *)
value record_ppp_abs_den ystem entry = do
{ record_part_ppp (rfix ystem "ita") entry
value record_ppp_abs_den ystem entry =
let ppstem = trunc (revstem entry) in do
{ record_part_ppp (rfix ppstem "ita") entry
; record_abso_tvaa (fix ystem "itvaa") entry
(* no [record_abso_ya] *)
(* no [record_abso_ya] since usually no preverb to denominatives *)
}
;
(* Absolutive in -am - Macdonell§166 Stenzler§288 \Pan{3,4,22} .namul *)
......
......@@ -288,7 +288,7 @@ to Sanskrit as an approximate phonetic rendition, but our lexicon is too limited
to account for dravidian traditions, not to speak of tribal ones.
In any case, this modest dictionary ought not to be considered as a
scholarly erudite document, but rather as a simplified presentation
of Indian culture for the general public.
of Indian culture for the educated public.
<p>
Entries in the dictionary are arranged by vocables, which may be verbs or nouns.
Verbs comprise verbal roots, but also their variations with prefix sequences of
......@@ -348,7 +348,7 @@ We provide a deterministic answer, that is a choice is made when optional
forms are admitted. Its output does not preclude the obtention of different
forms using an optional rule.
A fuller non-functional sandhi relation is used by the
segmenter, in order to recognize the optional variants in conformance
segmenter, in order to recognize the optional variants in conformity
with Pāṇini.
<h3 class="b3" id="reader">Reader </h3>
......@@ -357,7 +357,7 @@ We already saw an example of its use in the graphical Summary mode.
Let us now examine the nature of its parameters.
<p>
The parameter "Lexicon Access" chooses the look up dictionary. This parameter
The parameter "Lexicon Access" chooses the look-up dictionary. This parameter
is persistent within a session. On the standard server it is set by default
to Sanskrit Heritage, but if you are an English speaker you may want to set it
to Monier-Williams, by accessing the
......@@ -366,15 +366,15 @@ If you install the tools on your own server, you will set such default
parameters at configuration time.
<p>
You should be aware that the choice of the look up dictionary is of no
consequence on the reader tools, since the morphology generation lexicon
You should be aware that the choice of the look-up dictionary is of no
consequence to the reader tools, since the morphology generation lexicon
is Sanskrit Heritage. Thus the forms of certain stems in Monier-Williams
may not be recognized (however, see
<a href="#user-aid">user-aid</a> below for their acquisition).
Conversely, the richer generation of participles allows the recognition
of many forms, whose stems are not lexicalized in Monier-Williams.
The covering of Heritage within Monier-Williams is indicated explicitly
since entries lexicalized in Heritage are shown highlighted in yellow in
since entries lexicalized in Heritage are rendered highlighted in yellow in
the Monier-Williams pages.
<p>
......@@ -382,11 +382,11 @@ The parameter "Cache" is for advance use, explained below in
<a href="#user-aid">user-aid</a>.
<p>
The parameter "Text" is set by default to sentence, and may be set to Word
The parameter "Text" is set by default to Sentence, and may be set to Word
if you want to recognize a single pada.
For instance, if you parse the following compound (taken from Pañcatantra):
"pravaran.rpamuku.tama.nimariicima~njariicayacarcitacara.nayugala.h"
in sentence mode, you will be offered 96 solutions, but only 6 solutions
in Sentence mode, you will be offered 96 solutions, but only 6 solutions
in Word mode.
<p>
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