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Submitted:  Jan 29 2016
Updated:  Jan 29 2016

Description:

A German-English dictionary with ca. 270,000 entries(http://dict.tu-chemnitz.de/) .
This dictionary was designed for ding dictionary lookup program, but may be used by other clients, too.
So I wrote ktrans.
You need a MySQL database.
At first start it will take a long time to create the database.




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 Difference to kding?

 
 by lefou on: Jan 29 2016
 
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Hi, great idea. But in what way is this app different to kding?


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 Re: Difference to kding?

 
 by dirlin on: Jan 29 2016
 
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Sorry, I am a Developer.Use Ubuntu and don't found ksteak for kde4.
Look for a dict got trans de-en and wrote ktrans.
Should be fast because it use MySQL after first install.
;)
Greatz Dirk


perl -esub lze_Rocks{print/(...)/ for shift;}sub{&{@_}}->(lze_Rocks)

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 Re: Re: Difference to kding?

 
 by lefou on: Jan 29 2016
 
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Not sure, what you mean with ksteak, but if you mean kding, then you can find it here on KDE-Apps.org. Also kding is pretty stable for almost a decade, also uses the same dictionary (ding) and is super fast. So why reinvent the wheel, need an additional database and have less features?

It's your project and it's good to have diversity! But maybe you should at least consider contributing to it instead of writing an new tool with currently hase less features, higher needs and possibly more bugs.

Best regards


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 Re: Re: Re: Difference to kding?

 
 by dirlin on: Jan 29 2016
 
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Ksteak was the same for steak a another dict (kde3).
http://www.tucows.com/preview/69140/KSteak
But not ported to ked 4.
Why wrote another, simple don't kding found it on Ubuntu I could be possible that I use another dict in the future.
But Kding is a good Idea, Take a look at the source code (only 350 lines).

Greatz Dirk


perl -esub lze_Rocks{print/(...)/ for shift;}sub{&{@_}}->(lze_Rocks)

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