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#!/usr/bin/perl #abbreviation script (ab) #Last Updated 05.09.09 use strict; use utf8; my $option = "no"; my $length; my @sorted_abbr; my @lgr = ("1=first person", "2=second person", "3=third person", "A=agent-like argument of canonical transitive verb", "ABL=ablative", "ABS=absolutive", "ACC=accusative", "ADJ=adjective", "ADV=adverb(ial)", "AGR=agreement", "ALL=allative", "ANTIP=antipassive", "APPL=applicative", "ART=article", "AUX=auxiliary", "BEN=benefactive", "CAUS=causative", "CLF=classifier", "COM=comitative", "COMP=complementizer", "COMPL=completive", "COND=conditional", "COP=copula", "CVB=converb", "DAT=dative", "DECL=declarative", "DEF=definite", "DEM=demonstrative", "DET=determiner", "DIST=distal", "DISTR=distributive", "DU=dual", "DUR=durative", "ERG=ergative", "EXCL=exclusive", "F=feminine", "FOC=focus", "FUT=future", "GEN=genitive", "IMP=imperative", "INCL=inclusive", "IND=indicative", "INDF=indefinite", "INF=infinitive", "INS=instrumental", "INTR=intransitive", "IPFV=imperfective", "IRR=irrealis", "LOC=locative", "M=masculine", "N=neuter", "N-=non- (e.g. NSG nonsingular, NPST nonpast)", "NEG=negation, negative", "NMLZ=nominalizer/nominalization", "NOM=nominative", "OBJ=object", "OBL=oblique", "P=patient-like argument of canonical transitive verb", "PASS=passive", "PFV=perfective", "PL=plural", "POSS=possessive", "PRED=predicative", "PRF=perfect", "PRS=present", "PROG=progressive", "PROH=prohibitive", "PROX=proximal/proximate", "PST=past", "PTCP=participle", "PURP=purposive", "Q=question particle/marker", "QUOT=quotative", "RECP=reciprocal", "REFL=reflexive", "REL=relative", "RES=resultative", "S=single argument of canonical intransitive verb", "SBJ=subject", "SBJV=subjunctive", "SG=singular", "TOP=topic", "TR=transitive", "VOC=vocative"); my $filename; sub first{ print "Enter the name of your TeX file or type 'help' for help: "; $filename = <>; if ($filename =~ /help/) { help(); }else{ parse(); }; }; #first ends first(); #parse(); lgr(); prin(); sub parse{ #parsing tex my $dummy = 0; my @words; my $check = "no"; my @spaces; my @abbr; chomp $filename; if ( $filename =~ /\s/ ) { my @dumb = split(/\s/, $filename); $filename = $dumb[0]; if ($dumb[1] =~ /-lgr/ ) { $option = "yes"; }; }; open FILE, "<:utf8", $filename or die "No such file"; my @file; while (<FILE>) { chomp; push(@file, $_); }; close FILE; $length = scalar(@file); for (my $i = 0; $i < $length; $i++) { if ( $file[$i] =~ m/(\\(gll|[abcdef(exg.)]g\.)|textsc\/)/ ) { $dummy = $i + 1; while ( $file[$dummy] =~ m/[\-|\s]([A-Z]+)[\s|\-|\:|\.|\=]|[\=|\ +s]([A-Z]+)[\s|\-|\:|\.|\=]|[\.|\s]([A-Z]+)[\s|\-|\:|\.|\=]|[\:|\s]([A +-Z]+)[\s|\-|\:|\.|\=]|(SG|DU|PL)|(1|2|3)|\s([A-Z]+)\s/g ) { # print $&."\n"; my $hell = $&; $hell =~ s/-//g;$hell =~ s/\s//g;$hell =~ s/://g;$hell =~ s/\. +//g;$hell =~ s/=//g; for my $line (@abbr){ $check = "yes" if ($line eq $hell); # print $hell.$line.$check."\n"; }; push(@abbr, $hell) if ($check =~ "no"); $check = "no"; }; }; }; @sorted_abbr = sort @abbr; $length = scalar(@sorted_abbr); foreach (@sorted_abbr) { chomp; }; }; #subparse ends sub lgr{ $length = scalar(@sorted_abbr); if ( $option =~ /yes/ ) { for (my $i = 0; $i < $length;$i++) { foreach (@lgr) { my @dummy = split(/=/, $_); if ( $dummy[0] eq $sorted_abbr[$i] ) { $sorted_abbr[$i] = "\\item[$sorted_abbr[$i]] '$dummy[1]'"; }; }; }; }; }; #lgr ends sub prin{ foreach (@sorted_abbr) { if ( $_ !~ /^\\/ ) { $_ = "\\item[$_] ''"; }; }; $filename =~ s/\.tex*//; my $newfilename = $filename."-abb.txt"; open ABB, ">:utf8", $newfilename; foreach (@sorted_abbr) { print ABB $_."\n"; }; close ABB; }; #prin ends sub help{ print "Instructions: 1. Enter the name of the TeX file you want to run + the script on.\n2. If you want to find the abbreviations already in +the list of 'Leipzig Glossing Rules' automatically, type '-lgr' after + the file name.\nExample: 'foo.tex -lgr'.\n3. The list of abbreviatio +ns will be printed in a file '*-abb.txt'. If the name of the TeX file + was 'foo.tex' than the name of the list-file will be 'foo-abb-txt'.\ +n\nNote: The script and the TeX file have to be in the same directory +.\n\nNote 2: Abbreviation is defined as:\n1. Anything which is writte +n in uppercase and has more than one letter\n2. Anything written in \ +\textsc{}\n3. Only exceptions to the first two rules are the person/n +umber abbreviations '1s, 1d, 2s, etc.'\n4. Only the line \\gll, \\ag. +, \\bg. etc. \\exg. and \\exg are searched for abbreviations\n\nQuest +ions: email to ozangulle\@gmail.com .\n"; first(); }; #help ends

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