Just kidding! I have success now. There was weird stuff going on with PHP, but I got that fixed up and I had the fix_entries.php script run on my remote Windows machine and unlike running the Stanford parser on Scripts, the Stanford parser on a Windows 7 machine with only 512 MB of RAM worked almost like a charm. Entries that were previously unparsable due to the memory ceiling were now mostly parsable. (It still choked up on some entries, because my remote system doesn’t have a lot of RAM to work with). But since it could work on my remote system, I could run on it on my own laptop, which I’m doing right now and entries that ran out of memory on my remote system are parsing correctly! (The ones that still aren’t parsing correctly are, after inspection, “strange” entries with lists of book titles, etc.).
Everything seems to be going swimmingly. At some point, I’m going to have to rerun the constituency script (or modify it to skip ones it already has judgements for).
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