Some ways of customizing [incr tsdb()] (ItsdbTop)

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The .tsdbrc file

(setf *tsdb-cache-connections-p* t)

(tsdb:tsdb :home "/home/oe/src/itsdb/src/tsdb/home")

(tsdb:tsdb :skeletons "/home/oe/src/lkb/src/tsdb/skeletons/english")

(setf tsdb::*redwoods-export-values*
    '(:derivation :tree :avm :mrs :indexed :prolog :xml :rmrs  :dependencies :triples))

(setf tsdb::*tsdb-semantix-hook* "mrs::get-mrs-string")

(setf *tsdb-trees-hook* "lkb::parse-tree-structure")

* To save MRSes when using the parse/generate scripts supply

(setf tsdb::*tsdb-write-mrs-p* t)

(setf tsdb::*redwoods-semantix-hook* "mrs::get-mrs-string")

(setf tsdb::*tsdb-maximal-number-of-edges* 10000) 

(setf tsdb::*tsdb-maximal-number-of-results* 1000)

(setf *redwoods-export-bad-trees-p* t)

(setq *tree-discriminants-separator* " || ")

(setf tsdb::*tsdb-instance-template* "hinoki/%t/%d")

Values include:

(#\g grammar), (#\v version). (#\t skeleton), (#\d date), (#\s system), (#\% "%")

ItsdbCustomization (last edited 2012-08-07 07:47:43 by StephanOepen)

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