Quick start

Import the library:

import edu.holycross.shot.ohco2._

Create a TextRepositorySource

You can create a TextRepository from CEX-formatted text:

val cex = """
#!cexversion
3.0

#!ctscatalog
urn#citationScheme#groupName#workTitle#versionLabel#exemplarLabel#online#lang
urn:cts:greekLit:tlg5026.msA.hmt:#book,comment,section#Scholia Vetera in Iliadem#Main scholia to Venetus A#Homer Multitext##true#grc

#!ctsdata
urn:cts:greekLit:tlg5026.msA.hmt:1.2.lemma#μῆνις
urn:cts:greekLit:tlg5026.msA.hmt:1.2.comment#παρὰ τὸ μένω μῆνις ὡς ἐνὸς ἦνις · οἱ δὲ περὶ Γλαύκωνα τὸν Ταρσέα ἠξίουν ὀξύνειν τὸ ὄνομα οὐκ ὀρθῶς .
"""

val textRepository = TextRepository(cex)

In the JVM environment, the TextRepositorySource object has numerous functions for creating a TextRepository directly from files in a variety of formats.

Find out about the contents of a repository

A TextRepository has a Catalog (with metadata about each document in the repository) and a Corpus (with the text contents of each document). Get a Vector of CatalogEntry objects for your repository:

val catalogEntries = textRepository.catalog.texts

See more extensive examples of how to work with a text catalog