I think we need to make an agreement about namespace for
perl interfaces - there will be a lot.
Lingua::Stemmer::Snowball::Norwegian would be ok
Also, it'd be probably better to have unified perl interface to
On Tue, 27 Nov 2001, Ask Solem Hoel wrote:
> Hello there (o:
> I'm making a port of the scandinavian stemmer algorithm
> for perl. You can fetch it from:
> There is one thing I can't understand, though,
> on the description of the algorithm you say:
> > R2 is not used: R1 is defined in the same way as in the German
> > stemmer.
> And on the German page, it says:
> > R1 and R2 are first set up in the standard way (see 3.1), but then R1
> > is adjusted so that the region before it contains at least 3 letters.
> Where is "3.1" ? :-)
> If you unpack that tarball and try to run it against the diff.txt:
> % perl stemmer.pl diffs.txt | wc -l
> you'll see that 120 out of 20628 differs.
> I'd guess this has something
> to with the snowball thingie:
> > $p1 = limit
> > goto v gopast non-v setmark p1
> > try ($p1 < 3 $p1 = 3)
> What does this do?
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