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Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
*will test
Chris Watson
@watzon
Awesome :)
Yay Github Actions! I'm going to try setting up the CI with one of the libraries
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
Yeah ! So easy to set up :-) Great idea mate
Chris Watson
@watzon
Super easy, just one file change
weird... it worked before
Chris Watson
@watzon
Nice that the Lemmatizer is passing. Let's make sure that all of the libraries have ameba installed as a development dependency and then use the same configuration file as cadmiumcr/cadmium
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
ok !
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
Just so you know, https://cadmium.ml/ is down
Chris Watson
@watzon
Uh oh haha
I'll look into it
Reallyweird. I don't have this issue locally for the same repo.
Chris Watson
@watzon
You might be running a lower Crystal version. That error was introduced in 0.30.1 I believe
Maybe 0.30.0
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier

`Crystal 0.30.1 [5e6a1b672] (2019-08-12)

LLVM: 4.0.0
Default target: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu`

Chris Watson
@watzon
Also I'm pretty sure I fixed that error. Maybe the shard.lock is out of date.
Try deleting it, running shards install, and recomitting
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
But the shards.lock is not comitted and github actions does a fresh shards install every time
that's why I find this weird.
Chris Watson
@watzon
Hmm you're right
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
Does Crystal master fixes this issue ?
Chris Watson
@watzon
Here's an idea, try defining branch: master for the apatite dependency
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
ok
Chris Watson
@watzon
If you don't define a branch it fetches the latest release
Which isn't compatible with 0.30.1
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
Well, at least it allowed me to discover a bug in the stemmer shard. Fix in PR :-)
Chris Watson
@watzon
Nice haha, I merged it
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
Thanks
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
I just added a build status badge for the summarizer repo. Here is the syntax : ![](https://github.com/cadmiumcr/REPONAME/workflows/WORKFLOWNAME/badge.svg)
The WORKFLOWNAME is probably set to Crystal CI but you can change it
Chris Watson
@watzon
Haha I actually had done that for one of the other repos already
My example links to the workflow as well though. I'll see if I can find it.
Also, I'm playing around with the idea of using the Bayes Classifier to do language detection.
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
Hehe, you beat me to it ;-)
Chris Watson
@watzon
I've got a poc working already
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier

Also, I'm playing around with the idea of using the Bayes Classifier to do language detection.

Have fun !

Wow !
That was fast :-)
Chris Watson
@watzon
Basically it tokenizes a string normally and then takes each of the word tokens and makes them into smaller tokens up to three characters long. That way it can guess the likelyhood of a language based on the characters that are next to each other
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
I'm playing with vectors and matrices for the summarizer
Chris Watson
@watzon
Ooh nice
image.png
The best part, it works fairly well on small text samples
These both return the correct answer
Rémy Marronnier
@rmarronnier
Fucking awesome !