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jbofihe (or more correctly jbofi'e) is a parser for checking the grammatical correctness of Lojban text. It also provides approximate translations of Lojban into English. (Lojban is a constructed human language with the interesting property that its grammar can be cast into a form that Bison can parse.) The package includes cmafi'e (a smaller version without grammar checking), and a program to aid lujvo (compound word) construction.


Recent releases

  •  18 Sep 2001 01:04

    Release Notes: Esoteric problems with handling commas and vowel groups in the input text scanner are fixed.

    •  11 Aug 2001 03:03

      Release Notes: Emacs Lisp functions for driving jbofi'e have been added, and a plethora of bug fixes and minor improvements were made.

      •  28 Mar 2001 00:44

        Release Notes: This release fixes the "show elidables" function for previously missed cases, and fixes lexical analyzer in many areas Its adds a configure option to embed a dictionary in the executable, and a few language features previously missing. Lots of other small bugfixes have been made.

        •  06 Feb 2001 09:36

          Release Notes: This release includes an improved word categorisation/splitting algorithm, a seperate utility to show the type of a word interactively, a port to MSDOS (using DJGPP), new options to analyse elidable terminators (eg. showing which ones could be safely omitted), improved back-tracing when syntax errors are found, and lots of other small improvements and bugfixes.

          •  15 Aug 2000 23:14

            Release Notes: A range of bug fixes were made, and it was upgraded to a more recent version of Lojban word databases.


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