Provided by: gramadoir_0.6-2_all bug

NAME

       gram-ga.pl - Command-line interface to An Gramadoir

SYNOPSIS

       gram-ga.pl [options] [FILE...]

DESCRIPTION

       This script checks the grammar of Irish language input FILEs (or
       standard input if no files are named).  The default behavior is to
       write a summary of possible errors to standard output.

OPTIONS

       -a, --all, --iomlan
           report all errors (i.e. do not use ~/.neamhshuim)

       -f, --incode, --ionchod=ENC
           specify the character encoding of the text to be checked

       -t, --outcode, --aschod=ENC
           specify the character encoding for output

       --interface, --comheadan=xx
           choose the language for error messages

       --color, --colour, --dath=COLOR
           specify the color to use for highlighting errors

       -l, --list, --litriu
           write misspelled words to standard output

       --moltai, --aspell
           suggest corrections for misspellings

       -o, --output, --aschur=FILE
           write output to FILE

       -h, --cabhair, --help
           display this help and exit

       -v, --leagan, --version
           output version information and exit

       --api
           output a simple XML format for use with other applications

       --html
           produce HTML output for viewing in a web browser

       --no-unigram
           do not resolve ambiguous parts of speech by frequency

       --xml
           write tagged XML stream to standard output, for debugging

FILES

       If there are words you wish to be ignored by the grammar checker
       (proper names, etc.) you can place them in a file called .neamhshuim in
       your home directory, one word per line.

REQUIRES

       Perl 5.8, Lingua::GA::Gramadoir

SEE ALSO

       * <http://borel.slu.edu/gramadoir/>
       * Lingua::GA::Gramadoir
       * perl(1)

AUTHOR

       Kevin P. Scannell, <scannell@slu.edu>.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       Copyright (C) 2004 Kevin P. Scannell

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.2 or, at your
       option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.