Looking for translation software that will run under Linux
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Christiane Hinsch  Identity Verified
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May 11, 2007

Hello everybody, I am looking for translation software that will run under SUSE or XUBUNTU Linux. Can anybody help?

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Uldis Liepkalns  Identity Verified
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Omega-T May 11, 2007

http://www.omegat.org/omegat/omegat.html

or Google it.

HTH,

Uldis

ChHinsch wrote:

Hello everybody, I am looking for translation software that will run under SUSE or XUBUNTU Linux. Can anybody help?


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Rodolfo Raya  Identity Verified
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Tools for Linux May 11, 2007

Hi,

Heartsome offers a set of cross-platform tools that run on Linux.

Visit http://www.heartsome.net/EN/downloads.html and get a demo of the Translation Suite.

Rodolfo


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M.A.B.
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TES May 11, 2007

Tstream Editor Studio http://tstream.xplanation.com/portal/ - should work too. It is quite specific, though.

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xxxMarc P  Identity Verified
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Looking for translation software that will run under Linux May 12, 2007

For a comprehensive list, see:

www.linuxfortranslators.org

Marc


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Robert Tucker
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Linux Tools May 12, 2007

OmegaT SourceForge site: http://sourceforge.net/projects/omegat
Open Language Tools: https://open-language-tools.dev.java.net/
Transolution: http://sourceforge.net/projects/eviltrans/
Cafetran: http://www.cafetran.republika.pl/


Lingotek the online "Language Search Engine":

http://www.lingotek.com/technology_main.html

is now free to use (from the email I received from them and looking at their site)


For Project Management:

http://www.project-open.com/eng/products/index.php


To align two text files into a TMX:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/bitext2tmx


Dictionary tools to look into:

KTranslator: http://ktranslator.sourceforge.net/
WordTrans: http://www.escomposlinux.org/rvm/wordtrans/

(Note: Babylon dictionaries with .bgl extensions – the ones currently on the Babylon site – can now be converted to usable form with dictconv http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=146506 )


Thesaurus tool:

Aiksaurus: http://aiksaurus.sourceforge.net/ (The GTK version - there's generally one to be found in each distro's repository)


For Machine Translation, OpenLogos:

http://logos-os.dfki.de/


You might also find it useful to look through Marc Prior's website "Linux for Translators":

http://www.linuxfortranslators.org/linux/linux.html



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Christiane Hinsch  Identity Verified
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Thanks a lot guys :-) May 13, 2007

Thanks for your help guys I appreciate it

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Mulyadi Subali  Identity Verified
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ktranslator for windows May 14, 2007

Robert Tucker wrote:

KTranslator: http://ktranslator.sourceforge.net/
(Note: Babylon dictionaries with .bgl extensions – the ones currently on the Babylon site – can now be converted to usable form with dictconv http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=146506 )



[Edited at 2007-05-12 08:21]


i'm interested in the ktranslator. does it have any windows version? i couldn't find any on the sourceforge.net page.


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Robert Tucker
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MS Windows Dictionary Applications May 14, 2007

KTranslator is very much a Linux only application the k prefix indicating it belongs with the KDE desktop which is essentially the "windowing" desktop on Linux (though it also works on Gnome – haven't tried it on XFCE or any of the others).

Dictionary applications that can be used on Windows (besides Babylon, of course) include the Simple Dictionary Application, JaLingo, Sdictionary and StarDict. The latter has a "mouse over" function, I read.

[There is also the Elcombri tool: Elcombri which you can link to from the dict.cc download page. The dict.cc German/English dictionary is the largest German/English offline dictionary I have. Since it is just a text file, I think Elcombri may well work with any other plain text dictionary.]


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Robert Tucker
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LingoPad May 22, 2007

Came across this - looks like it may be another alternative for KTranslator on Windows.

LingoPad


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Mulyadi Subali  Identity Verified
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thanks... May 25, 2007

robert, thanks a lot. i'm trying out the lingopad. can it use babylon dicitonaries?

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Robert Tucker
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LingoPad - Babylon dictionaries May 25, 2007

The LingoPad web page says:

import of own dictionaries possible (Unicode ready)


which will probably mean it can import dictionaries created in CSV form.

To get Babylon .bgl dictionaries in this form one needs dictconv. Dictconv is, as far as I can see, a pure C (or C++ ?) program. The instructions with it only explain about compiling it on Unix/Linux so I don't how easily one could get it to work on Windows, whether it can be compiled on Cygwin.

Trying out StarDict with Baylon and other dictionaries I've found there is a problem when the headword, the word you want translated or defined, appears more than once in the dictionary. When this is the case, StarDict will not find words inputting from "mouse over". Since the interface of LingoPad and StraDict are somewhat similar, I wonder whether they both won't have this same problem.


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