Commit 79897596 authored by Gérard Huet's avatar Gérard Huet

Update of manual

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......@@ -115,11 +115,11 @@ value print_scl_tags pvs phase form tags =
;
(* These definitions are for export to Parser.
They betray a difficuly in the modular organisation, since Parser sees
Lexer, but not Load_morphs or Dispatcher. Modules ought to be revised. *)
Lexer, but not [Load_morphs] or Dispatcher. Modules ought to be revised. *)
value tags_of = Lemmas.tags_of
and trim_tags = Disp.trim_tags
;
(* Keeps only relevant tags with [trim_tags] *)
(* Keeps only relevant tags with [trim_tags] *)(*i Cochonnerie i*)
value extract_lemma phase word =
match tags_of phase word with
[ Atomic tags -> tags
......
......@@ -978,7 +978,7 @@ value compute_athematic_present2m strong weak set entry third =
; (Plural, let l =
[ conjugw First "mahe"
; if entry = "as#1" then (Second, code "dhve") else
if entry = "aas#2" then (Second, code "aadhve") else (* #Whitney§612 *)
if entry = "aas#2" then (Second, code "aadhve") else (* -Whitney§612 *)
conjugw Second "dhve"
; if entry = "zii#1" then conjugw Third "rate" (* \Pan{7,1,6} *)
else conjugw Third "ate"
......@@ -1060,7 +1060,7 @@ value compute_athematic_impft2m strong weak set entry =
] @ l else l (* Whitney§627 *))
; (Plural, let l =
[ conjugw First "mahi"
; if entry = "aas#2" then (Second, code "aadhvam") (* #Whitney§620 *)
; if entry = "aas#2" then (Second, code "aadhvam") (* -Whitney§620 *)
else conjugw Second "dhvam"
; if entry = "zii#1" then conjugw Third "rata" (* \Pan{7,1,6} *) else
if entry = "i" then conjugw Third "yata" (* Bucknell 128 *) else
......@@ -1202,7 +1202,7 @@ value compute_athematic_imperative2m strong weak set entry =
else l (* Whitney§627 *))
; (Plural, let l =
[ conjugs First "aamahai"
; if entry = "aas#2" then (Second, code "aadhvam") (* #Whitney§617 *)
; if entry = "aas#2" then (Second, code "aadhvam") (* -Whitney§617 *)
else conjugw Second "dhvam"
; if entry = "zii#1" then conjugw Third "rataam" (* \Pan{7,1,6} *)
else conjugw Third "ataam"
......@@ -5579,13 +5579,13 @@ value compute_conjugs_stems entry (vmorph,aa) = do (* main *)
conjug_benedictivea Primary rstem entry (* Whitney§922b *)
| "k.r#1" | "k.sip" | "grah" | "bandh" | "yaj#1" | "zaas" | "stu" ->
conjug_benedictivea Primary (passive_stem entry rstem) entry
(* | "puu#1" -> let wstem = revcode "punii" (* weak stem of gana 9 *) in
conjug_benedictivea Primary wstem entry (* puniiyaat Vi.s.nu sahasran *)
no - may be obtained as opt[9] *)
| "daa#1" -> let wstem = revcode "de" (* Henry§298 aa {\R} e *) in
(*[ | "puu1" -> let wstem = revcode "punii" (* weak stem of gana 9 *) in
conjug_benedictivea Primary wstem entry] (* puniiyaat Vi.s.nu sahasran *)
no - may be obtained as opt[9] *)
| "daa1" -> let wstem = revcode "de" (* Henry§298 aa {\R} e *) in
conjug_benedictivea Primary wstem entry (* puissé-je donner! *)
| "i" -> conjug_benedictivea Primary [ 4 ] entry (* iiyaat Ram. *)
| "m.r" -> let sibstem = revcode "m.r.s" in
| "m.r" -> let sibstem = revcode "m.r.s" in
conjug_benedictivem Primary sibstem entry (* m.r.sii.s.ta \Pan{1,3,61} *)
| "luu#1" -> let sibstem = revcode "lavi.s" in
conjug_benedictivem Primary sibstem entry (* lavi.sii.s.ta \Pan{3,4,116} *)
......@@ -5748,7 +5748,7 @@ no - may be obtained as opt[9] *)
(* Various Vedic subjunctives needed for citations Whitney§562 *)
(* No attempt for full paradigms, only specific attested forms *)
(* TODO add paradigms for i a. and aas#2 m. Whitney§614 *)
(* TODO add paradigms for i a. and aas2 m. Whitney§614 *)
value compute_subjunctives () =
let enter_subjunctivea conj root tin =
enter1 root (Conju (conj,Conjug Subjunctive Active) [ tin ])
......
......@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ published recently as
<a href="http://jlm.ipipan.waw.pl/index.php/JLM/article/view/108/140">Design and
analysis of a lean interface for Sanskrit corpus annotation</a>.
<p>
Written on March 13th 2019, for Sanskrit Engine Version 3.14.
Written on April 24th 2019, for Sanskrit Engine Version 3.15.
<h2 class="b2" id="tour">First approach to using the Sanskrit Heritage engine</h2>
......@@ -195,8 +195,8 @@ and for numbers.
The Conjugation tool accepts 12 Present class parameters: 1 to 10 are used
for the traditional quality (gaṇa). 11 is used for denominative verbs.
Finally 0 gives the secondary conjugations: causative, intensive, and
desiderative.
Secondary conjugations: causative, intensive, and desiderative are listed
as well.
Please note that in the Roman output the first person appears first,
whereas in the devanāgarī output the third person appears first
(<i>prathama</i>), consistently with vyākaraṇa tradition.
......@@ -264,7 +264,7 @@ The Sanskrit Heritage Dictionary is the latest edition of a Sanskrit
to French Dictionary
"Dictionnaire Français de l'Héritage Sanskrit" compiled by
Gérard Huet since 1994. This dictionary is freely available
as a 960 pages <a href="Heritage.pdf">book</a> under the pdf format,
as a 966 pages <a href="Heritage.pdf">book</a> under the pdf format,
easily readable with Acrobat Reader, a free Adobe product.
This dictionary is still under development, and is
automatically updated along with the site,
......@@ -332,7 +332,8 @@ stem of the entry. Thus e.g. <i>devanāgarī</i> must be entered in full,
while the initial prefix <i>devanāg</i> suffices for its disambiguation
by the Heritage index.
<p>
The Sanskrit Heritage dictionary is also available in an ebook format,
The Sanskrit Heritage dictionary is also available in an older version
under ebook format,
usable with the Babyloo, Stardict or Goldendict software.
Please visit the <a href="goldendict.html">Golden Sanskrit Heritage</a> page.
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