On Tue, 04 Sep 2012 14:47:41 +0700, Morning Star wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 2, 2012 at 8:59 PM, Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Sun, 02 Sep 2012 12:11:14 +0700, Morning Star wrote:
>>>> Hi, but please, no html posts, thanks :-)
>>> sorry, i didn't know that.
>> You are doing it again and even worse, the reply quotes are completely
>> broken... I'll reformat them.
> yeah, my bad. thanks.
No prob, now looks better, thanks a lot.
>>>> For transliteration functionalities you can look at Stardict or
>>> stardict can't work with paragraph translation.
>> Yes, it can (provided you have an Internet connection).
>>> also, it doesn't support command line translation.
>> "sdcv" it does and it relies on Stardict.
> you're right about sdcv, but still i can't translate a paragraph. only a
> do you know what the dictionaries that suit with that?
That's weird... as you can read from their site, Startdict has support
for full-text translation when you're connected to Internet:
But for the command line counterpart (sdcv) can't tell if that feature is
also available :-?
Google also suggest "apertium", take a look at their site, maybe the
provide a command line option:
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