ACE (the Answer Constraint Engine) is a processor for DELPH-IN grammars, supporting both parsing and generation. ACE was written by and is maintained by WoodleyPackard, and is distributed as free software under the MIT license. This page serves to link to the following pages:
AceInstall offers a few tips for those not familiar with Unix terminal commands
AceUse gives some examples of common use cases.
AceFaq gives answers to frequently asked questions.
AceConfiguration describes the options available in ACE's per-grammar configuration files.
AceOptions details the command-line option syntax.
AceLui shows how to run ACE with LUI for interactive grammar debugging.
AceCsaw describes an extension to back off to a pcfg approximation.
AceWishlist hosts a brainstorm list of features or bugfixes that someone wants ACE to incorporate.
AceExperimental describes some emerging (perhaps unstable) features
The ACE website hosts more information and the downloadable.
Read-only public SVN access to the ACE source code is available to interested parties, e.g. the (unstable) development trunk:
svn co http://sweaglesw.org/svn/ace/trunk ace