User Dictionaries

Asked by John D Williams on 2013-02-24

I'd like to generate a user dictionary. I have a complete list of words that my program will be trying to recognize and I'd like to turn it into a .dat file. There seem to be some functions in the source for helping with this task, and I've also looked at the cuneiform-dict project on github (I don't really understand how the word stems and word endings are supposed to work). Has anyone done something similar... started with a simple word list and converted it to a cuneiform user dictionary? If so, could you share the steps? I'm sure I can get there on my own, but I thought I might save some time by asking about the best approach...

Thanks.

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Yury V. Zaytsev (zyv) said : #1

There is no documentation on the DAT files from Cognitive, unfortunately, and there haven't been any consistent efforts to document it as far as I know. There is still lots of work to be done on the kernel, so this was considered to be a long-term goal.

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