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Wed, 21 Dec 2005
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kdedict www  Deleted Deprecated Expired files touched by this commit Web based db to administer standard translations of a translation team
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[NEW PORT] www/kdedict: Web based DB app. to administer standard translations of
a translation team

        KDE Dictionary is used by a few KDE i18n teams;
        kdedict is written by Matthias Kiefer from German team and
        i18n.kde.org's instalaltion is currently administered by
        Claudiu Costin from Romaninan Team.

        kdedict is a web based database to administer the standard
        translations of a translation team. You can search the
        database for different criterias and the found entries are
        shown in a table.

        kdedict does not use a full blown database but stores the
        information in a plain text file. This way, everybody can
        easily run kdedict offline (using a local web server) without
        having to install and admin a big database. To enable users
        to update their locale database easily, kdedict offers a
        download option.  But if you have basic knowledge of Perl,
        it should be no problem to adapt kdedict for using a real
        database.

        The database consists of the fields: original text,
        description, translation, description, category of the word
        (i.e. GUI, Network), date of last update and flag, if the
        translation is accepted by the team. This flag allows you
        to include translations, that your team is not in agreement
        about, into the database.

        kdedict is able to manage user logins, so you can easily
        maintain your database over the web. When logged in, it is
        easy to edit, insert or delete entries.

        kdedict can also manage multiple languages, by creating one
        table for each user.

        WWW: http://i18n.kde.org/tools/kdedict/

PR:             ports/90507
Submitted by:   Ion-Mihai "IOnut" Tetcu <itetcu@people.tecnik93.com>

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 2

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