TULE Server is written in Lisp. If you want to run it on your computer you need a Lisp interpreter. The zip file you may download below includes a CLisp interpreter running on Windows.
and extract it. The target folder contains two subfolders: INTERFACE and FEB-09-TULE. If you are on Windows:
Now five processes should be listening on five different local ports. In case they are not, contact Livio Robaldo.
The dispatcher process is listening on localhost:5000. You need to contact it and to pass it both a sentence and a token specifying the language of the sentence. You can do that with the Java Gui viewerTULETUT.jar by opening the file with WinZip, Winrar, etc., and modifying the text file "IPAddress.txt", under the subfolder "resources". Replace "220.127.116.11:5000" with "localhost:5000". Alternatively, run the file "gen-client.bat" under the folder "INTERFACE". This is a Lisp client that contacts the dispatcher on localhost:5000.
If you are not on Windows, you need to download the appropriate CLisp interpreter for your Operating System. Once you have done it,
After this, the five processes mentioned above should be online on your computer.
In case you need any help, do not hesitate to contact Livio Robaldo.