From what I can see in the code, Anaphraseus
seems to be at least partially self-contained
CAT (relying on OO for UI functionality (?)),
and so the OmegaT reference in the 'Translation
table' annotation looks somewhat bogus.
On the other hand, Anaphraseus definitely knows
about OmegaT, and seems to be capable of two-way
exchange with OT's TM via TMX format.
the TT looks just like helper with layout for
segment-by-segment translation. Something like
OmegaT's main screen.
All this gleaned just from looking into the
code/jars. I'm not yet *installing* any of
these, as I want to keep my already cluttered
installation fucntional. :)
On 10/12/2013 03:40 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Does Anaphraseus do the same job? Is it also
OpenSource? Would it be better to go with that?
Does it look like the "Translation Table"
Extension avoids needing a separate 3rd party
tool and just does the whole job inside
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