DING

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wingevil
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DING

Post by wingevil » 13. Oct 2009, 21:12

For me a very useful little tool

DING --> Dictionary Lookup de-en

simple, fast, bulky database --> recommended :D

http://www-user.tu-chemnitz.de/~fri/ding/

To install it, wish from tcl must be installed first.

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Re: DING

Post by damNageHack » 13. Oct 2009, 21:34

http://dict.leo.org

http://dict.cc

Google/Babelfish/Altavista/Abacho ... each has its own translator online.

Why another dictionary? Only DE/EN available?
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Re: DING

Post by wingevil » 13. Oct 2009, 21:37

damNageHack wrote: Why another dictionary? Only DE/EN available?
Because I wanna it offline also, it's much faster than any online-dict and I just need only de-en.

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Re: DING

Post by thenktor » 13. Oct 2009, 23:12

http://wbuch.de/

Before starting another app I faster type the address into the browser ;)
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Re: DING

Post by thenktor » 7. Jan 2013, 17:38

wingevil wrote:To install it, wish from tcl must be installed first.
I got a PM with a question about how to install ding and wish, so I'll answer here, too:
wish is part of the tk package so install tcl and tk: slapt-get -i tcl tk
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Re: DING

Post by Atip » 8. Jan 2013, 01:38

I still use and love Steak used from a terminal, eng>de, de>eng. Unfortunately, it seems it is not maintained any longer.

Old site:

http://www.tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt. ... steak.html

May be someone can find a new version?

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