This project contains build scripts that recompile Stanford NLP .jar packages to .NET assemblies using IKVM.NET, tests that help to be sure that recompiled packages are workable and Stanford.NLP for .NET documentation site that hosts samples for all packages. All recompiled packages are available on NuGet.
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Stanford.NLP for .NET
Stanford.NLP for .NET is a port of Stanford NLP distributions to .NET.
This project contains build scripts that recompile Stanford NLP
.jar packages to .NET assemblies using IKVM.NET, tests that help to be sure that recompiled packages are workable and Stanford.NLP for .NET documentation site that hosts samples for all packages. All recompiled packages are available on NuGet.
Versioning model used for NuGet packages is aligned to versioning used by Stanford NLP Group.
For example, if you get
Stanford CoreNLP distribution from Stanford NLP site with version
3.3.1, then the NuGet version of this package has a version
x is the greatest that is available on NuGet. Last number is used for internal versioning of .NET assemblies.
Licensing of the code/content of this repo
The source code of this repo(build scripts, integration tests, docs and samples) under the [MIT](LICENSE) license.
Licensing of NuGet packages
All these software distributions are open source, licensed under the GNU General Public License (v2 or later). Note that this is the full GPL, which allows many free uses, but does not allow its incorporation into any type of distributed proprietary software, even in part or in translation. Commercial licensing is also available; please contact The Stanford Natural Language Processing Group if you are interested.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Stanford.NLP for .NET README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.