NOTE: As of Mon, Aug 23, 2010, edictionary is broken. I'm actively working to fix it. Please check back in a few days.
HOW TO DOWNLOAD? [top]
You can download edictionary source from the
project summary page on SourceForge. Go to the section titled Latest File Releases and click
on the "Download" link for the latest release. You'll see two kinds of files
within a release
where <version> is the version number of edictionary you are trying to
download. Both the files contain the source code of edictionary. The two
flavors are provided for the covenicence of users. Particularly, the tar.gz
format is more popular on UNIX systems and the .zip format is popular on
Windoze systems. Here's the
INSTALLING THE tar.gz [top]
Download the .tar.gz file, if you are using a UNIX system. Run the following command in the directory you are in:
tar zxvf edict-<version>.tar.gz
This will create a directory named edict, which contains the
source code of the application. Change directory to edict using the command
Now, go on to the documentation page for installation steps.
INSTALLING THE .zip [top]
Download the .zip file, if you are using a Windows system. Unzip the .zip file
using the WinZip application. This will create a directory named edict.
Open a command window and go to the edict directory. Now, go the the documentation page for installation steps.
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