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pyphony is a library to handle lexica for ASR.

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A library to work with phone lexica.

  • Read and write lexica from/to a file.
  • Convert between different formats


Install the latest development version:

pip install git+



It's recommended to use a virtual environment when developing pyphony. To create one, execute the following command in the project's root directory:

python -m venv .

To install pyphony and all it's dependencies, execute:

pip install -e .

Running the test suite

pip install -e .[dev]
python test

With PyCharm you might have to change the default test runner. Otherwise, it might only suggest to use nose. To do so, go to File > Settings > Tools > Python Integrated Tools (on the Mac it's PyCharm > Preferences > Settings > Tools > Python Integrated Tools) and change the test runner to py.test.


Versions is handled using bump2version. To bump the version:

bump2version [major,minor,patch,release,num]

In order to directly go to a final relase version (skip .dev/.rc/...):

bump2version [major,minor,patch] --new-version x.x.x


Commands to create a new release on pypi.

rm -rf build
rm -rf dist

python sdist
python bdist_wheel
twine upload dist/*

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