jvocuhadju - Lujvo picker (based on the rules in the reference
jvocuhadju [-v] [-a] [-l] tanru-component-1 [ ... tanru-component-n ]
jvocuhadju is a program that reads a list of tanru-components (gismu or
cmavo) on the command line, and constructs the possible short-form
lujvo corresponding to those components in sequence. The possible
lujvo are displayed ranked in order of desirability, with their scores
shown based on the algorithm in the reference grammar. The lowest
score is best.
Where a tanru-component is a cmavo containing an apostrophe, the
apostrophe may be replaced by the letter "h" on the command line. This
is a convenience to avoid having to backslash-escape the apostrophe to
hide it from the shell.
-v Show the program version and exit.
-a List all possible lujvo for the input tanru (default is just the
-l Allow 4/5 letter rafsi to be picked even if a 3 letter form is
available for any particular tanru component.
This is a gismu or cmavo which is one component of the word.
Cmavo must have a rafsi corresponding to them.
Checks Lojban grammar checker and provides English translations
of the individual words.
Provides English translations of Lojban words in the input,
without checking the grammar. Useful for getting a rough
translation of grammatically invalid text.
ju’oru’e so’imei (Surely there are many).
Home page for the jbofihe project
Home page of the Lojban community
My Lojban page.
Richard Curnow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
April 2000 jvocuhadju(1L)