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    gram2sapixml.pl

GRAM2SAPIXML.PL(1)					    GRAM2SAPIXML.PL(1)

NAME
	   gram2sapixml.pl
	  - convert Julius grammar to SAPI XML grammar format

SYNOPSIS
       gram2sapixml.pl [prefix...]

DESCRIPTION
       gram2sapixml.pl converts	a recognition grammar file of Julius
       (.grammar, .voca) to Microsoft SAPI XML grammar format.	prefix should
       be a file name of target	grammar, excluding suffixes. If	multiple
       argument	is given, each will be process sequencialy in turn.

       The internal character set should be in UTF-8 format. By	default
       gram2sapixml.pl assume input in EUC-JP encoding and tries to convert it
       to UTF-8	using iconv. You may want to disable this feature within the
       script.

       It will fail to convert a left recursive	rule in	the grammar. When
       fails, it will leave the	source rules in	the target .xml	file, so you
       should modify the output	manually to solve it.

SEE ALSO
	mkdfa.pl ( 1 )

DIAGNOSTICS
       The conversion procedure	is somewhat dumb one, only converting the
       non-terminal symbols and	terminal symbols (=word	category name) into
       corresponding rules one by one. This is only a help tool, and you will
       need a manual inspection	and editing to use it on a real	SAPI
       application.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 1997-2000 Information-technology Promotion	Agency,	Japan

       Copyright (c) 1991-2008 Kawahara	Lab., Kyoto University

       Copyright (c) 2000-2005 Shikano Lab., Nara Institute of Science and
       Technology

       Copyright (c) 2005-2008 Julius project team, Nagoya Institute of
       Technology

LICENSE
       The same	as Julius.

				  10/02/2008		    GRAM2SAPIXML.PL(1)

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