GenI natural language generator (http://kowey.github.com/GenI)
Command line interface and server
(tested on Linux, Windows, and MacOS X)
Install the Haskell Platform. GenI 0.24 is known
to build with either haskell-platform-2013.2.0.0 and
haskell-platform-2012.2.0.0. Other versions may work too.
If you want the graphical interface, and you are on a 64-bit Mac,
take the 64-bit version of the Haskell Platform.
Install the basic version first. If you just want the
last stable release of GenI,
cabal install GenI geniserver geni-util
However, if you want to install the unstable version
from source, change to the directory this README is in
cabal install . ./geniserver ./geni-util
Install wxWidgets. If you have a 64-bit Mac, install the Cocoa
interface. If you use HomeBrew on Mac,
brew install wxmacshould do
GenI 0.24 has been known to work with wxWidgets 2.9.4 on MacOS X, and
is expected to work on wxWidgets 2.8.x or wxWidgets 2.9.x on Linux.
Install wxHaskell (potentially painful)
cabal install wx
If you run into trouble here, you may need to use a development
version of wxHaskell.
Install the graphical interface (should be easy if 2 went well)
cabal install ./geni-gui
Try GenI (needs GenI examples files from this repository)
cd examples/ej geni-gui -t trees -l lexicon -s suite
I accept Darcs patches and GitHub pull requests.
The Darcs repository might be a bit ahead of the Git one,
but I'll try to keep the mirror up to date.
Please follow published style guide.
There is quite a bit of old code that does not follow this.
Sorry. I'm slowly working on transitioning it.
- Stable version has even minor number (eg. 0.22.x)
- Development version has odd minor number (eg 0.23.yyyymmdd)
Sometimes with a datestamp for major API changes in between
- NEWS file will probably mention the next release (eg. 0.24)
Please let us know if you are using GenI; we'd like to hear about your
experiences, both positive and negative.