Extract transducers from a fileset (archive) with systematic file names.


The help message:

Usage: hfst-split [OPTIONS...] [INFILE]
Extract transducers from archive with systematic file names

Common options:
  -h, --help             Print help message
  -V, --version          Print version info
  -v, --verbose          Print verbosely while processing
  -q, --quiet            Only print fatal erros and requested output
  -s, --silent           Alias of --quiet
Input/Output options:
  -i, --input=INFILE    Read input transducer from INFILE
  -p, --prefix=PRE      Use the prefix PRE in naming output files
  -e, --extension=EXT   Use the extension EXT in naming output files

If INFILE is omitted or -, stdin is used.
If PRE is omitted, no prefix is used.
If EXT is omitted, .hfst is used.
The extracted files are named "PRE" + N + "EXT",
where N is the number of the transducer in the archive.

An example:
   cat transducer_a transducer_b | hfst-split -p "rule" -e ".tr"

This command creates files "rule1.tr" (equivalent to transducer_a)
and "rule2.tr" (equivalent to transducer_b).

Report bugs to <hfst-bugs@helsinki.fi> or directly to our bug tracker at:

-- ErikAxelson - 09 Jul 2008