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APERTIUM-INTERCHUNK(1)	FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual	APERTIUM-INTERCHUNK(1)

NAME
     apertium-interchunk -- intermediate interchunk processor for Apertium

SYNOPSIS
     apertium-interchunk [-tz] trules preproc [input [output]]

DESCRIPTION
     This is an	intermediate tool from Apertium	level 2	engine.	 You should
     never have	to use it independently.

     It	is the second transfer module of the Apertium level 2 transfer model
     after apertium-transfer(1)	and before apertium-postchunk(1).

     It	takes care of interchunk processing operations such as chunk reorder-
     ing, changes in the morphosyntactical features of chunks according	to the
     information in neighboring	chunks,	or generating new chunks.

OPTIONS
     -t	     trace mode

     -z	     flush buffer on the null character

FILES
     These are the kinds of files that can be used with	this command:

     trules  A rules file with extension .t2x.

     preproc
	     A file with extension .t2x.bin that holds the result of prepro-
	     cessing the trules	file with apertium-preprocess-transfer(1).

     input

     output  Represent the input and output files.  By default they are	the
	     standard input and	standard output.

SEE ALSO
     apertium-gen-modes(1), apertium-postchunk(1), apertium-transfer(1),
     apertium-validate-interchunk(1), apertium-validate-modes(1),
     apertium-validate-postchunk(1)

COPYRIGHT
     Copyright (C) 2005, 2006 Universitat d'Alacant / Universidad de Alicante.
     This is free software.  You may redistribute copies of it under the terms
     of	the GNU	General	Public License:	https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html

BUGS
     Many... lurking in	the dark and waiting for you!

Apertium			March 11, 2007			      Apertium

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