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> Anki Under Eabi?, anki spaced-repetition flashcard program works on eabi?
gojira
post Feb 25 2008, 03:23 AM
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Anki is a nice spaced repetition system (Leitner-style flashcard program) with a debian package. If you are interested in learning the kanji, for example, you might like to check it out.

I'm trying it under debian arm (oabi) but am having problems with floats in the sqlite database, so I'm wondering if the changes to fpe under eabi might make a difference. If anyone tries it out on their eabi system please let me know. Details of the bug can be found here, but the basic problem is that a deck copied from a debian/i386 system will have wacky random dates when opened on the z.

Thanks!
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post Feb 28 2008, 08:01 AM
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QUOTE(gojira @ Feb 25 2008, 03:23 AM) *
Anki is a nice spaced repetition system (Leitner-style flashcard program) with a debian package. If you are interested in learning the kanji, for example, you might like to check it out.

I'm trying it under debian arm (oabi) but am having problems with floats in the sqlite database, so I'm wondering if the changes to fpe under eabi might make a difference. If anyone tries it out on their eabi system please let me know. Details of the bug can be found here, but the basic problem is that a deck copied from a debian/i386 system will have wacky random dates when opened on the z.

Thanks!



I tested it on debian eabi. Just I did "apt-get install anki". It works. tongue.gif
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