Since 11/17/1998, tcLex has a dedicated mailing list. The Web site for this list is: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tclex/ .
What: transcriber Where: http://www.etca.fr/CTA/gip/Projets/Transcriber/ Description: Tool for assisting the creation of speech corpora. Allows one to manually segment, label and transcribe speech signals for laster use in auto speech processing. Developed in Tcl/Tk, and C, and requires Snack and tcLex. Tested on Linux, Solaris, SGI, and Windows NT. Updated: 07/2000 Contact: mailto:[email protected] ("subscribe transcriber-announce") What: tcLex Where: http://www.multimania.com/fbonnet/Tcl/tcLex/index.en.htm http://www.multimania.com/fbonnet/pub/tcLex114.zip http://www.multimania.com/fbonnet/pub/tcLex1.1.4.tar.gz http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tclex/ Description: Tcl based lexical analyzer (ala lex). Dynamically generates Tcl commands, uses Tcl regular expressions and namespaces, Can be used on Windows 95/NT, Unix, and Macintosh but should work on any Tcl platform. Works with Tcl 8.x. Mailing list available on egroups. V1.2a1 is now available for test. Updated: 07/1999 Contact: mailto:[email protected] (Frédéric BONNET)
One nice thing about tcLex is that it is thoroughly documented on a level suitable for neophytes (something hard to find in the parsing/lexing field). It might make a very good tool for teaching introductory concepts of parsing.
See also Bonnet's misc Tcl/Tk items.
Code with some bug fixes: [L1 ]