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Sent: Wednesday, 31 July 2013, 20:27
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] How to define a dictionary for new language?
On 07/31/2013 06:24 AM, Krunoslav Šebetić wrote:
On 07/31/2013 10:07 AM, Sergio Martino wrote:
a friend of mine would like to build a dictionary for a local dialect
and he asked for my help.
First I build the aff and dic files and I tested them with hunspell. It
Can you help me to do this, is there any tutorial or something? How to
build aff and dic so it can be tested?
I have made variations on the en_US dictionaries, but I used existing
.aff files. I never have found any references to creating one. Never
really found one for the .dic file and the .oxt file[s] as well.
So I experimented wit the .dic and .oxt files till I got them to work
You never listed whatthe local dialect of what language you were
creating the .oxt dictionary for, or at least I have not seen it listed.
I am a little behind the "game" right now, but I tried to make a list of
all of the different .oxt language files [dictionaries, thesaurus, etc.]
on my dictionary page listing.
I hope to have some time in the next month to check for updates to the
listed files. As I update the files, I try to remember to listthe last
change of the word list or the thesaurus files. With 180 +/- listings,
it can take a lot of time to work on finding the updates. But hopefully
I will be able to take time in August to do some of them.
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