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You can use the dictools script ([[Crossdics|crossdics]] package) to get cheap bilingual dictionaries from any language pair available in [http://www.omegawiki.org OmegaWiki] database.
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You can use the apertium-dixtools script ([[Crossdics|crossdics]] package) to get cheap bilingual dictionaries from any language pair available in [http://www.omegawiki.org OmegaWiki] database.
   
 
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# Run the following script!
 
# Run the following script!
   
./dictools get-bil-omegawiki <sl> <tl> <apertium-sl-tl.dix>
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$ apertium-dixtools get-bil-omegawiki <sl> <tl> <apertium-sl-tl.dix>
   
 
* <code>sl</code>: source language.
 
* <code>sl</code>: source language.

Revision as of 14:04, 17 March 2008

You can use the apertium-dixtools script (crossdics package) to get cheap bilingual dictionaries from any language pair available in OmegaWiki database.

Some steps before running the script:

  1. download the latest version of OmegaWiki database.
  2. install it locally in your computer (some detailed instructions in www.omegawiki.org/Development)
    • the database must be named omegawiki
    • an user omegawiki with no password should have access to the database.
  3. Run the following script!
$ apertium-dixtools get-bil-omegawiki <sl> <tl> <apertium-sl-tl.dix>
  • sl: source language.
  • tl: target language.
  • apertium-sl-tl.dix: resulting bilingual dictionary.

Some examples

Some random examples:

See also

External links