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koan

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« Reply #15 on: October 08, 2016, 06:01:10 am »
As before, I never stopped updating EDICT for bedic format; currently on version 2.1 generated about a week ago.

I use zbedic quite a lot so I have adopted the code and started to do some work on it (libbedic and the dictionary application). I will make releases available when they are ready.
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« Reply #16 on: October 12, 2016, 06:00:51 am »
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As before, I never stopped updating EDICT for bedic format; currently on version 2.1 generated about a week ago.

I use zbedic quite a lot so I have adopted the code and started to do some work on it (libbedic and the dictionary application). I will make releases available when they are ready.
I'm looking forward to try it out once I install Cacko again. I'm studying Japanese (on and off), so far I have only used jisho.org as a japanese dictionary, but I'd like to give zbedic and your dictionary a try too. Nice to see that you are also updating the software too, are you planning of updating the sf repository with your changes?

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« Reply #17 on: October 12, 2016, 01:19:52 pm »
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are you planning of updating the sf repository with your changes?

I was thinking that this would be a fork and that any binary releases would be accompanied with full code available on my website.

I'm not really sure how much I can get done and how quickly. I've started by tidying up code and fixing static analysis warnings. Then it's on to finishing my Qt 5 port for zbedic; you can build it now for Qt 3 quite easily from the SF source. There are some issues with the Qt 3 version which is why I need to do this work in the first place.
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