Welcome to the Java Lexical Tools Installation!

Please read the __LVG_DIR__/docs/userDoc/install.html
prior to invoking this script.

This script will configure the
__LVG_DIR__/data/config/lvg.properties file.

This script will create configured
lvg, norm, luiNorm, wordind, toAscii, and lgt
scripts in the __LVG_DIR__/bin directory.

Please notes that this script does not provide
the option of configuring and loading the
lexical tools into a pre-existing MySql database.

Nevertheless, users may follow instrutions on
to install lexical tools with other database


The Java Lexical tools use or (may use) the
following third party software packages:

- HSQL Database Engine (HSQLDB) from SourceForge
(see http://hsqldb.sourceforge.net).
This package is covered under a SourceForge
License, which allows for redistribution and use
with a "copyright notice". We have made no
changes to HSQLDB.

- The International Component for Unicode (ICU) from IBM
(see http://www.ibm.com/software/globalization/icu).
ICU is licensed under the X_License which is compatible
with GPL but with fewer restrictions on commercial use
of the software.  We have made no change to ICU.

- The installation script uses some GNU CYGWIN
programs that have been distributed along with
this script. These commands are only used when
this installation is on a Windows platform.
The commands that have been distributed
include tar, gunzip, rm, find, hosthame,
tee, and cmp.

The CYGWIN package is licensed under the
GNU Public License. The entire CYGWIN package,
along with the sources to these commands can be
found at http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/


| Verifying the installation ...                |

This script has completed configuring the java
lexical tools.

You may invoke these tools from a command line.
These tools are found in the __LVG_DIR__/bin

You can add this __LVG_DIR__/bin path to your
$PATH environment variable. This would enable
you to find and run these tools from any

In UNIX, this would be done by adding this
path to your ~/.cshrc or ~/.profile startup

In Windows, this would be done by appending
this path to the PATH variable from the
"control panel/System/Advanced/Environment variables/
Edit" menus.

The lexical tools are ready to be used!