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Module:gender and number

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This module shows gender/number annotations, such as පුරුෂ ලිංග (masculine), නපුංසක ලිංග pl (neuter plural) or ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග ප්‍රාණවාචී du (feminine animate dual). "Gender" is something of a misnomer, as the available annotation categories include other similar lexical characteristics such as animacy and verb aspect (though the former is sometimes also considered a part of word gender). These annotations are attached to nouns, pronouns and other parts of speech that have such lexical categories, depending on the particular language. The annotations occur as parameters e.g. to headword templates such as {{head}}, {{es-noun}} (for Spanish nouns), {{fr-proper noun}} (for French proper nouns) and {{ru-verb}} (for Russian verbs); to translation templates such as {{t}}, {{t+}} and {{t-check}}; to definition templates such as {{demonym-noun}}; and to dedicated gender/number templates such as {{g}}.

Gender/number specifications[සංස්කරණය]

A given annotation is described using a gender/number specification. Each such specification is a hyphen-separated list of gender/number codes, where a given code describes a single value of a particular category (e.g. m for "masculine", an for "animate", p for "plural"). Often, templates accept a list of gender/number specifications rather than just a single one, since some terms belong to multiple possible gender/number categories. Depending on the template in question, these specifications will be given using separate parameters or a single comma-separated parameter.

When displaying a specification, each code in the specification is converted into the appropriate display form. The different codes within the specification are then added together, separated by spaces.

Some examples:

List Result
{"m"} පුරුෂ ලිංග
{"m-p"} පුරුෂ ලිංග pl
{"m-an-p"} පුරුෂ ලිංග ප්‍රාණවාචී pl
{"mfbysense-p"} පුරුෂ ලිංග pl or ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග pl by sense
{"?-p"} ? pl
{"?!-an-s"} gender unattested ප්‍රාණවාචී sg
{"f-d", "m-p"} ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග du or පුරුෂ ලිංග pl
{"m-p", "f-p"} පුරුෂ ලිංග pl or ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග pl
{"m", "f", "p"} පුරුෂ ලිංග or ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග or pl

The source of truth for the current set of recognized codes is Module:gender and number/data.

The following table gives:

  1. the currently recognized codes;
  2. the type category they belong to (in a given spec, only one code in a given type category can be present);
  3. how the codes display (hover over the display form to see an explanation of what the code means);
  4. which category (if any) that the term will be assigned to if the code in question is in the term's headword gender/number spec (where POS is replaced by the pluralized part of speech of the term).
Code Type Display form Category
m gender පුරුෂ ලිංග පුරුෂ ලිංග POS
n gender නපුංසක ලිංග නපුංසක ලිංග POS
f gender ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග POS
gneut gender gender-neutral gender-neutral POS
g! gender gender unattested
c gender c common-gender POS
s number sg
d number du dualia tantum
num! number number unattested
p number pl pluralia tantum
an animacy ප්‍රාණවාචී ප්‍රාණවාචී POS
in animacy අප්‍රාණවාචී අප්‍රාණවාචී POS
an! animacy animacy unattested
pr animacy pers personal POS
anml animacy animal animal POS
np animacy npers nonpersonal POS
vr virility vir virile POS
nv virility nvir nonvirile POS
pf aspect pf perfective POS
impf aspect impf imperfective POS
asp! aspect aspect unattested
? other ?
?! other gender unattested

Certain gender/number codes are combination codes that are more or less equivalent to individually specifying two or more codes of a given type category in separate gender/number specs. Some combination codes categorize and display additionally. The following table gives these combination codes:

Combination Individual codes Additional display text Category
biasp impf, pf
mf m, f
mfbysense m, f by sense masculine and feminine POS by sense
mfequiv m, f same meaning

In certain type categories, if more than one code of that category is given (necessarily in different gender/number specifications), the term is added to a special category. The following table gives these multi-code categories:

Type Category when multiple codes of that type are present
gender POS with multiple genders
animacy POS with multiple animacies
aspect biaspectual POS

Noun classes[සංස්කරණය]

Specifications that begin with "c" (but not "c" itself) are treated specially. They are considered noun classes, and the part immediately after the "c" is simply treated as some kind of name for a noun class; usually this will be a number. Noun classes do not have sub-parts, so they will not contain hyphens. When more than one specification is given, they must all be noun classes, and they are displayed separated with a forward slash instead, and preceded by class.

Examples:

List Result
{"c1"} class 1
{"c1", "c2"} class 1/2
{"c1a", "c2a"} class 1a/2a

Usage[සංස්කරණය]

The module can be used from another module by importing it and calling the exported format_list function. It requires one parameter, which must be a table of zero or more strings. It will then return a string containing the result. For example:

local gen = require("Module:gender and number")
local example1 = gen.format_list({"m"})
local example2 = gen.format_list({"m", "f"})
local example3 = gen.format_list({"m-p"})

WARNING: The list passed in will be overwritten.

It can also be invoked from a template. The function show_list is used for this. It works the same way as the format_list function, but the specifications are passed as parameters to the module invocation, like so:

*{{#invoke:gender and number|show_list|m}}
*{{#invoke:gender and number|show_list|m|f}}
*{{#invoke:gender and number|show_list|m-p}}
  • පුරුෂ ලිංග
  • පුරුෂ ලිංග or ස්ත්‍රී ලිංග
  • පුරුෂ ලිංග pl

There is no limit to the number of parameters that can be given this way. The module will process all of its parameters until it finds one that is empty. This means that the following will display only "පුරුෂ ලිංග" and not "පුරුෂ ලිංග or නපුංසක ලිංග":

{{#invoke:gender and number|show_list|m||n}}

--[=[
	This module creates standardised displays for gender and number.
	It converts a gender specification into Wiki/HTML format.
	
	A gender/number specification consists of one or more gender/number elements, separated by hyphens.
	Examples are: "n" (neuter gender), "f-p" (feminine plural), "m-an-p" (masculine animate plural),
	"pf" (perfective aspect). Each gender/number element has the following properties:
	1. A code, as used in the spec, e.g. "f" for feminine, "p" for plural".
	2. A type, e.g. "gender", "number" or "animacy". Each element in a given spec must be of a different type.
	3. A display form, which in turn consists of a display code and a tooltip gloss. The display code
	   may not be the same as the spec code, e.g. the spec code "an" has display code "anim" and tooltip
	   gloss "animate".
    4. A category into which lemmas of the right part of speech are placed if they have a gender/number
	   spec containing the given element. For example, a noun with gender/number spec "m-an-p" is placed
	   into the categories "LANG masculine nouns", "LANG animate nouns" and "LANG pluralia tantum".
]=]--

local export = {}
local m_sinhala = require("Module:sinhala")
local data = mw.loadData("Module:gender and number/data")


-- Version of format_list that can be invoked from a template.
function export.show_list(frame)
	local iargs = frame.args
	local params = {
		[1] = {list = true},
		["lang"] = {},
	}
	local args = require("Module:parameters").process(iargs, params)
	local lang = args.lang and require("Module:languages").getByCode(args.lang, "lang", "allow etym") or nil
	return export.format_list(args[1], lang)
end


-- Older entry point; equivalent to format_genders() except that it formats the
-- categories and returns them appended to the formatted gender text rather than
-- returning the formatted text and categories separately.
function export.format_list(specs, lang, pos_for_cat, sort_key)
	require("Module:debug/track")("gender and number/old-format-list")
	local text, cats = export.format_genders(specs, lang, pos_for_cat)
	if #cats == 0 then
		return text
	end
	return text .. require("Module:utilities").format_categories(cats, lang, sort_key)
end

	
-- Format one or more gender/number specifications. Each spec is either a string, e.g. "f-p", or a table of the form
-- {spec = "SPEC", qualifiers = {"QUALIFIER", "QUALIFIER", ...}} where `.spec` is a gender/number spec such as "f-p"
-- and `.qualifiers` is a list of qualifiers to display before the formatted gender/number spec. `.spec` must be present
-- but `.qualifiers` may be omitted.
--
-- The function returns two values:
-- (a) the formatted text;
-- (b) a list of the categories to add.
-- If `lang` (which should be a language object) and `pos_for_cat` (which should be a plural part of speech) are given,
-- gender categories such as "German masculine nouns" or "Russian imperfective verbs" are added to the categories.
-- Otherwise, if only `lang` is given, the only category that may be returned is "Requests for gender in LANG entries".
-- If both are omitted, the returned list is empty.
function export.format_genders(specs, lang, pos_for_cat)
	local formatted_specs = {}
	local categories = {}
	local seen_types = {}
	local category_text = ""
	local all_is_nounclass = nil
	-- Currently we only use the language for categories, so fetch the full parent. Change this if we
	-- use the language for any other purpose.
	lang = lang and lang:getFull() or nil

	local function do_gender_spec(spec, parts)
		local types = {}
		local codes = data.codes

		for key, code in ipairs(parts) do
			-- Is this code valid?
			if not codes[code] then
				error('The tag "' .. code .. '" in the gender specification "' .. spec.spec .. '" is not valid.')
			end
			
			-- Check for multiple genders/numbers/animacies in a single spec.
			local typ = codes[code].type
			if typ ~= "other" and types[typ] then
				error('The gender specification "' .. spec.spec .. '" contains multiple tags of type "' .. typ .. '".')
			end
			types[typ] = true
				
			if key == 1 and spec.qualifiers and #spec.qualifiers > 0 then
				parts[key] = require("Module:qualifier").format_qualifier(spec.qualifiers) .. " " .. codes[code].display
			else
				parts[key] = codes[code].display
			end
		
			-- Generate categories if called for.
			if lang and pos_for_cat then
				local cat = codes[code].cat
				if cat then
					table.insert(categories, lang:getCanonicalName() .. " " .. cat)
				end
				if seen_types[typ] and seen_types[typ] ~= code then
					cat = data.multicode_cats[typ]
					if cat then
						table.insert(categories, lang:getCanonicalName() .. " " .. cat)
					end
				end
				seen_types[typ] = code
			end
		end
		
		-- Add the processed codes together with non-breaking spaces
		if #parts == 1 then
			return parts[1]
		end
		return table.concat(parts, " ")
	end

	for _, spec in ipairs(specs) do
		if type(spec) ~= "table" then
			spec = {spec = spec}
		end
		local is_nounclass
		-- If the specification starts with cX, then it is a noun class specification.
		if spec.spec:find("^[1-9]") or spec.spec:find("^c[^-]") then
			is_nounclass = true
			local code = spec.spec:gsub("^c", "")
			
			local text
			if code == "?" then
				text = '<abbr class="noun-class" title="noun class missing">?</abbr>'
			else
				text = '<abbr class="noun-class" title="noun class ' .. code .. '">' .. code .. "</abbr>"
				if lang and pos_for_cat then
					table.insert(categories, lang:getCanonicalName() .. " class " .. code .. " POS")
				end
			end
			local text_with_qual
			if spec.qualifiers and #spec.qualifiers > 0 then
				text_with_qual = require("Module:qualifier").format_qualifier(spec.qualifiers) .. " " .. text
			else
				text_with_qual = text
			end
			table.insert(formatted_specs, text_with_qual)
		else
			-- Split the parts and iterate over each part, converting it into its display form
			local parts = mw.text.split(spec.spec, "%-")
			local combined_codes = data.combinations

			if lang then
				-- Do some additional gender checks if a language was given
				-- Is this an incomplete gender?
				for _, code in ipairs(parts) do
					if code == "?" then
						table.insert(categories, "Requests for " .. (pos_for_cat == "verbs" and "aspect" or "gender") ..
							" in " .. lang:getCanonicalName() .. " entries")
					end
				end
				
				-- Check if the specification is valid
				--elseif langinfo.genders then
				--	local valid_genders = {}
				--	for _, g in ipairs(langinfo.genders) do valid_genders[g] = true end
				--	
				--	if not valid_genders[spec.spec] then
				--		local valid_string = {}
				--		for i, g in ipairs(langinfo.genders) do valid_string[i] = g end
				--		error('The gender specification "' .. spec.spec .. '" is not valid for ' .. langinfo.names[1] .. ". Valid are: " .. table.concat(valid_string, ", "))
				--	end
				--end
			end

			local has_combined = false
			for _, code in ipairs(parts) do
				if combined_codes[code] then
					has_combined = true
					break
				end
			end

			if not has_combined then
				if #formatted_specs > 0 then
					table.insert(formatted_specs, "or")
				end
				table.insert(formatted_specs, do_gender_spec(spec, parts))
			else
				-- This logic is to handle combined gender specs like 'mf' and 'mfbysense'.
				local all_parts = {{}}
				local extra_cats
				local extra_displays

				for i, code in ipairs(parts) do
					if combined_codes[code] then
						local new_all_parts = {}
						for _, one_parts in ipairs(all_parts) do
							for _, one_code in ipairs(combined_codes[code].codes) do
								local new_combined_parts = mw.clone(one_parts)
								table.insert(new_combined_parts, one_code)
								table.insert(new_all_parts, new_combined_parts)
							end
						end
						all_parts = new_all_parts
						if lang and pos_for_cat then
							local extra_cat = combined_codes[code].cat
							if extra_cat then
								if not extra_cats then
									extra_cats = {}
								end
								table.insert(extra_cats, lang:getCanonicalName() .. " " .. extra_cat)
							end
						end
						local extra_display = combined_codes[code].display
						if extra_display then
							if not extra_displays then
								extra_displays = {}
							end
							table.insert(extra_displays, extra_display)
						end
					else
						for _, one_parts in ipairs(all_parts) do
							table.insert(one_parts, code)
						end
					end
				end

				for _, parts in ipairs(all_parts) do
					if #formatted_specs > 0 then
						table.insert(formatted_specs, "or")
					end
					table.insert(formatted_specs, do_gender_spec(spec, parts))
				end

				if extra_cats then
					for _, cat in ipairs(extra_cats) do
						table.insert(categories, cat)
					end
				end

				if extra_displays then
					for _, display in ipairs(extra_displays) do
						table.insert(formatted_specs, display)
					end
				end
			end

			is_nounclass = false
		end

		-- Ensure that the specifications are either all noun classes, or none are.
		if all_is_nounclass == nil then
			all_is_nounclass = is_nounclass
		elseif all_is_nounclass ~= is_nounclass then
			error("Noun classes and genders cannot be mixed. Please use either one or the other.")
		end
	end

	if lang and pos_for_cat then
		for i, cat in ipairs(categories) do
			categories[i] = cat:gsub("POS", m_sinhala.sinhala(pos_for_cat))
		end
	end

	if all_is_nounclass then
		-- Add the processed codes together with slashes
		return '<span class="gender">class ' .. table.concat(formatted_specs, "/") .. "</span>", categories
	else
		-- Add the processed codes together with spaces
		return '<span class="gender">' .. table.concat(formatted_specs, " ") .. "</span>", categories
	end
end

return export
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