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ReadeR

   0.0.1  

KDE Other Software

Score 68%
ReadeR
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  917
Submitted:  Dec 18 2004

Description:

Database and viewer for many types of documents

1) Plain Text - with hyphenation and justification
2) Pdf - rendered with modified xpdf engine
3) DejaVu
4) Chm files

Features:
1) Very fast rendering, really fast(next page rendered in background while your can view current page)
2) Hyphenation and justification for plain text files
3) You can export text files as pdf/ps or latex(you must have latex installed on your computer)
4) Compression with libbz2
5) Many many more...

I have database with 20.000 files, and it works pretty well

For Russian users: you can see detailed description on http://sycore.org/projects/reader/ , for non-russian users: you can see two additional screensots there :)

NOTE: any plain text file MUST BE in utf8 format.

BIG BONUS: after installation of this program you can view chm files from konqueror!!!




Changelog:

Initial Release




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 Nice

 
 by CARTMAN on: Dec 18 2004
 
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But kpdf in KDE 3.4 is already an advanced pdf viewer. But I appreciate chm file reading for sure!


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 Re: Nice

 
 by Braindead on: Dec 18 2004
 
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kde-3.4? What is this? :) I started this project more than year ago, and at that time kpdf war really ugly :)

BTW: thanx.


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 Re: Re: Nice

 
 by CARTMAN on: Dec 18 2004
 
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Also you shouldn't put Berkeley DB in source tarball. It makes tarball oversized.


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice

 
 by Braindead on: Dec 18 2004
 
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I can explain this. When i try using system version of this libraries(chm, bz2, db,...) i get really strange segfaults. I discovered that this is happen because of different compilation options(for example _REENTRANT, FILE_OFFSET_BITS... and so on)... And I decided to put all this libraries in my tree and compile them with the same options.


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 Re: Nice

 
 by Braindead on: Dec 18 2004
 
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And, this is NOT a file viewer, this is a database AND a viewer for different kind of documents...


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 suggestion

 
 by alexandre on: Dec 18 2004
 
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the name of the file could be reader-0.0.1.tar.gz

mv reader.tar.gz reader-0.0.1.tar.gz

;-)

nice app... thanks!


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 dependece xpdf

 
 by alexandre on: Dec 18 2004
 
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reader 0.0.1 depend of the xpdf?
Which are the dependences of reader 0.o.1?


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 Re: dependece xpdf

 
 by Braindead on: Dec 18 2004
 
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ReadeR does not depend on xpdf. Some parts of xpdf included in distribution of ReadeR.


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 bugs?!

 
 by iges on: Dec 18 2004
 
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Hi,

it looks promising, but there seem to be little bugs...

1) First the Add Editor window does scale properly (res. 1024x768). When maximized I see only half of the buttons (Select etc.).

The name of the book could be taken automatically from the file name?! 20 000 books, did you type all book names?!

2) Add icon on toolbar does not seem to work, I can do add Dir&files etc from Edit menu or from the popup menu (appering when doing a right click on Selector), but not when clicking on the toolbar icon.

3) If adding a file and accidently clicking on OK without entering author,name & genre, I get an empty line in Selector tab, which is rather pointless. So I check&warning routine for Add Editor perhaps?!

4) chm viewing does not seem to work... I also have xchm installed, and it works fine on all my chm manuals... perhaps I'm missing something...

regards,
iges


Slackware 10.0
KDE 3.3.2

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 Re: bugs?!

 
 by Braindead on: Dec 18 2004
 
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1)
a) Sorry, but i do not understand your problem... :(
b) I can add guess feature in next release.

2) Try to push down mouse button and wait for a sec... Not just click.

3) In next release...

4) Strange... It does not work from ReadeR or from konqueror? And what it says?


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 Re: Re: bugs?!

 
 by iges on: Dec 19 2004
 
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1) I meant to say "does not scale". When maximized on res 1024x768 the right side of the Add Editor window is not completely visible.

This seems to only happen to Add Editor window, the main window (ReadeR) maximizes just fine.

2) sorry about that, stupid me ;)

3) Tried in Konqueror and get error:

Could not start process Unable to create io-slave:
klauncher said: Unknown protocol 'ms-its'.

Tried several chm-s with the same
result.


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 Ebuild

 
 by gsbarbieri on: Dec 21 2004
 
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http://tux08.ltc.ic.unicamp.br/~gustavo/gentoo/kde-misc/kread/kread-0.2.ebuild

I hope it helps.


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