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Old August 6th, 2008, 09:15 AM
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Kernow is indeed a fine GUI.

Comparing Kernow result on othello.xml and wordcount.xsl is different to direct use of saxon9.jar (this is analog to the book)

Kernow seems to stop too early not finishing the count and therefor not sorting the result.

I could not find an executiontimelength parameter?

Excerpt of the Kernow output:
Code:
...
   <word word="lips" frequency="8"/>
   <word word="foolish" frequency="8"/>
   <word word="wine" frequency="<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<wordcount>
   <word word="i" frequency="899"/>
   <word word="and" frequency="796"/>
...
   <word word="villain" frequency="19"/>
   <word word="thing" frequency="19"/>
   <word word="therefore"
First ... means not shown.
Second ... means: and so on and the last three lines are shown.
Meaning I caught an error in Kernow?

 
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Looks to me as if there's a problem with the GUI display - the output looks fine if you send it to a file. I suggest you report this to the program author.

I've no idea what you mean by the executiontimelength parameter - why would you expect to find such a parameter?

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Timelimitidea:
because the output is truncated ...






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