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gsgmx
post Oct 2 2006, 05:42 AM
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QUOTE(rafm @ Sep 17 2006, 08:28 PM)
Most of the scripts for converting Wikipedia are in Perl, which however, I consider a write-only scripting language (no way to understands somebody's else code). Some people write quite complex conversion scripts in Python or XSLT. For simple conversion tasks, I prefer awk. Certainly there are a lot of choices, especially if you work under Linux.
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Hi rafm,

do you think there might be an option to get a zbedic wikipedia by development by donation as described on the zbedic sourceforge bedic webpage http://bedic.sourceforge.net/fddd.html? I would donate for that. This way would be faster than me learning new scripting languages.

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post Oct 2 2006, 08:10 AM
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QUOTE(gsgmx @ Oct 2 2006, 02:42 PM)
Hi rafm,

do you think there might be an option to get a zbedic wikipedia by development by donation as described on the zbedic sourceforge bedic webpage http://bedic.sourceforge.net/fddd.html?  I would donate for that.  This way would be faster than me learning new scripting languages. 

thanks
george
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Hi Georg,

I would really like to invest some time and prepare such scripts, but I am currently too busy to do this. This is why I do not extend the list of TODO items on the donation page.

Ideally I would like to see more people involved in the development of zbedic and its dictionaries around the SourceForge project. If anybody is willing to spend his time and use his skills to improve zbedic or to create dictionaries, I will gladly forward donation money to him.

Rafal
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tovarish
post Oct 5 2006, 11:44 AM
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Hi

If you need people i am willing to convert wordnet 2.1 to zbedic since the old one is 1.6. I just need a sample dic file that can get me started. I tried the sample in bedic sources but it doesnt work when i converted it and loaded it in zbedic

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post Oct 17 2006, 06:36 AM
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QUOTE(tovarish @ Oct 5 2006, 08:44 PM)
Hi

If you need people i am willing to convert wordnet 2.1 to zbedic since the old one is 1.6. I just need a sample dic file that can get me started. I tried the sample in bedic sources but it doesnt work when i converted it and loaded it in zbedic

tovarish
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Before you can open a dictionary in zbedic, you need to index and sort it with 'mkbedic' (or 'xerox') and then compress it with 'dictzip'. You will find sources for mkbedic and some documentation in libbedic_version.tgz. dictzip should be available as a separate package on most Linux distros.

Compiling for Windows may be tricky. You will probably need cygwin for this.

Let me know if you have any problems.
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tovarish
post Oct 19 2006, 11:44 AM
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i used a linux box to do this but i didnt think about dictzip. i have built libbedic and mkbedic from the sources in sourceforge. the trick is to figure out the format mkbedic accepts and convert wordnet to that format. that is where i am stuck. I cant figure out the format well.

tovarish
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post Oct 19 2006, 12:13 PM
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QUOTE(tovarish @ Oct 19 2006, 08:44 PM)
i used a linux box to do this but i didnt think about dictzip. i have built libbedic and mkbedic from the sources in sourceforge. the trick is to figure out the format mkbedic accepts and convert wordnet to that format. that is where i am stuck. I cant figure out the format well.

tovarish
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The bedic simplified format, which is accepted by mkbedic, is described in:
http://bedic.cvs.sourceforge.net/bedic/lib...at.txt?view=log
and you can find a simple dictionary at:
http://bedic.cvs.sourceforge.net/bedic/lib...le.dic?view=log

(I have just noticed that the links from the bedic web page does not work - I have to fix them).

I hope this will solve your problem.
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