GiellaLT provides rule-based language technology aimed at minority and indigenous languages
$ Maverick upgrade notes
There are no big changes when it comes to language support and language technology in Maverick compared to Mountain Lion. The few points to mention:
The most important change is that XCode 5 under Maverick has no visible option for installing command line tools. Instead one must use a command line tool with a specific option:
The benefit of this is that one does not have to download and install the XCode package at all, which also means that there is no need to create an iTunes account just to get the command line tools.
Another effect of changes to the compilation of third party tools is that the configure and make commands have to be slightly modified for Hfst to build:
./configure --without-foma --with-unicode-handler=glib --enable-all-tools \ CXXFLAGS="-I/usr/include/c++/4.2.1" LDFLAGS=" -stdlib=libstdc++"
For general info on how to build HFST, see this page.
.dicfiles — extensible to any language; ISO 639-2 languages will be presented by name (i.e. “sma” will be presented as South Sámi in the language of the user interface), other languages will be presented using only the language code (the non-suffix part of the
abd.dicwill be presented as abd, not as Manide.
Footnotes: [#1] see [https://bugs.launchpad.net/libmemcached/+bug/1216521/comments/2] for further details [#2] see [http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/34692/mathlink-linking-error-after-os-x-10-9-mavericks-upgrade] for further details