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(JensP) #1

Hi,

is there a way to build a version to use in java including some selected Language classes / resources? Via Maven maybe? We only need English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish (with variants).

We want to integrate 5 Languages only and we are currently build manually a JAR file wich contains the neeede languages and a language-module.properties. This JAR will be together with listed ones iinto one directory: languagetool-languages.jar

Wich of the following JARs are really needed for a JAVA intergrated solution:

cjftransform.jar
commons-cli.jar
commons-lang.jar
commons-logging.jar
hamcrest-core.jar
hppc.jar
hunspell-native-libs.jar
ictclas4j.jar
jna.jar
junit.jar
jwordsplitter.jar
languagetool-core.jar
languagetool-core-tests.jar
languagetool-gui-commons.jar
lucene-gosen-ipadic.jar
morfologik-fsa.jar
morfologik-polish.jar
morfologik-speller.jar
morfologik-stemming.jar
morfologik-tools.jar
opennlp-chunk-models.jar
opennlp-maxent.jar
opennlp-postag-models.jar
opennlp-tokenize-models.jar
opennlp-tools.jar
segment.jar
tika-core.jar

Can we skip the following:
languagetool-core-tests.jar
languagetool-gui-commons.jar
morfologik-polish.jar

best wishes...

Jens


(Daniel Naber) #2

That's easy: just delete all languages that you don't need from languagetool-language-modules/all/pom.xml and re-build. Maven will care about the dependencies.


(JensP) #3

Cool we will try. Two last questions, is 2.6 the latest stable version? Is there a roadmap, release plan or something like this?


(JensP) #4

Sorry I have to ask again...

  1. Which maven goals has to be executed for our needs?
  2. And which Jars do we need excatly?
  3. We have some of te 3rd party libs already included in our sofware like Apache Commons. Are the additional libs build into the language jars? Or do we need them seperatly?

(Daniel Naber) #5

2.6 is the latest release. A roadmap can be found at http://wiki.languagetool.org/roadmap.

You need to run "mvn package". The resulting file is languagetool-standalone/target/LanguageTool-2.7-SNAPSHOT.zip, it will contain all the JARs you need, plus you need the "org" folder (which you may also zip and call languages.jar or whatever).

But the above refers to "building my own version of LT". If you have an existing Java software you should specify LT as a dependency in your pom.xml. If you don't need a language, just don't specify it. This is described on http://wiki.languagetool.org/java-api, also for the case you're not using Maven or a similar build system.