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Emdros is a corpus query system for storing and searching linguistically annotated text. It is very generic, supporting almost any kind of annotation from almost any linguistic theory. All linguistic levels of analysis are supported, including phonology, morphology, the lexical level, syntax, and discourse. The core libraries act as a middleware layer between a client and an underlying SQL database. MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite (2 and 3) are supported.

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Recent releases

  •  13 May 2014 13:45

    Release Notes: Support for iOS and Android was added. The User Experience of the GUI applications was improved. The MQL query language was enhanced. Speed improvements, documentation improvements, and build improvements were made.

    •  04 Jul 2011 11:35

      Release Notes: Experimental support for full text search was added. The RenderObjects and RenderXML features were enhanced. General speed improvements were obtained. Support was added for building on recent Linux distributions, as well as support for building with qmake.

      •  04 Jul 2010 15:34

        Release Notes: Upgraded to SQLite 3.6.17 and PCRE 8.01. The TIGERXML importer is now more lenient towards the input. The Emdros Query Tool can now output in XML format, and can create PNGs from the command line.

        •  15 Aug 2009 15:42

          Release Notes: Support for gcc 4.4 was added, meaning it can now be compiled on the latest Linux distributions, such as Fedora 11 and Ubuntu 9.04. Various bugs were fixed.

          •  19 Mar 2009 08:40

            Release Notes: A serious bug in the topographic language that could lead to incomplete or misleading query results was fixed. The Emdros Query Tool was given tree output and KWIC output options, as well as new ways of "harvesting" results. Lots of other small improvements and bugfixes were made.


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