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french-conjugator - conjugate French verbs
echo aimer | french-conjugator > result.txt
french-conjugator reads the infinitive form of French verbs from the command line or from
standard input and writes (to standard output) the complete conjugation of those verbs, if
they are known.
The standard input is not read if verbs are passed as command-line arguments.
Each mode and tense is introduced by a line that starts with a hyphen and a space, and
ends with a colon. The mode and tense in that line are always in English, regardless of
the user's current locale. (This is meant to facilitate automatic parsing of the output.
For a French user interface, see the GNOME application and applet.) The conjugation is
ended with a line that only contains a hyphen. If the given verb is unknown or not in the
infinitive form, only this line is written.
The command flushes its output buffer after finishing each answer. This allows the
command to be easily called from another program through two pipes.
The command starts by loading its database from XML files (stored typically in
/usr/share/verbiste). This takes some time, so it is a good idea to have the command
answer many requests instead of running it for each request.
The verbiste library's source archive contains Perl and Java example programs that
illustrate this technique.
There must not be any leading or trailing white spaces on the lines read by the command.
In the past participle tense, four lines are written: they correspond in order to the
masculine singular, masculine plural, feminine singular and feminine plural.
--help display a help page and exit
display version information and exit
select the language to use (fr for French or it for Italian); French is the default
only display mode M, where M can be infinitive, indicative, conditional,
subjunctive, imperative or participle
only display tense T, where T can be present, past, imperfect or future
show the pronouns
print the infinitive form of all the verbs in the knowledge base, one per line,
unsorted; other command-line arguments are ignored
$ french-conjugator aimer
- infinitive present:
- indicative present:
- indicative imperfect:
- participle past:
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