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TeeJay (2309)

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Saturday June 26, 2004
05:46 AM

text processing and comp linguistics

[ #19513 ]
IBM DeveloperWorks has an article on the python natural language toolkit.

I found it linked from LWN along with a couple of other handy links:

  • Remem the rememberance agent (for emacs)
  • the Computational Linguistics FAQ
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  • This sounds really really cool.

    I've been trying to learn and really USE emacs for some time now, but I keep falling back on vi (actually I use vile [his.com], because it runs well on every platform I use daily and it has for a long time).

    I tried awhile back using Viper, but that's really just using a flavor of vi, or at least it was for me. I wasn't really using emacs, I was using emacs as vi.

    I think that what I'm going to have to do is use Emacs in an immersive way, stay in Emacs and do everything from there lik