good chemistry is complicated,
and a little bit messy -LW
I looked at all Lingua module docs to find the ones that can be useful in the context of this thread: parsing or generating (english) language constructs.
I have excluded all modules for other languages than english, french, or german.
One module stands out from the others: Lingua::LinkParser is a wrapper for
the LINK parser (downloadable here code included), which is a parser written in C, and has an API, which
is used by the perl module. I haven't yet used the wrapper but did install the
parser itself, and compiled it without problem on win2k with vc6. It has a shell
which is easy to get started, and parsing seems very advanced (first impression).
This is a work in progress; I'll continue adding to it, as these and
other modules are examined. (Regexp::, Parser::, etc. will follow)
This is a work in progress; I'll continue adding to it, as these and other modules are examined. (Regexp::, Parser::, etc. will follow)
Other stuff (not useful for above-mentioned purpose):
In reply to Re: NLP - natural language regex-collections? - Lingua