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Japanese Vocabulary

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Japanese Vocabulary is a QT4 application for studying Japanese vocabulary and kanji. It will run on Linux, Windows, and Mac OSX. It is still under development but it quite usable in its current form. Please check out the link above for more detailed information, screenshots, downloads, and bug reporting.

Japanese Vocabulary is licensed under the GPLv2.

Vidigi

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Vidigi is a simple QT4 based image viewer. I wrote it because I needed a simple, no frills image viewer for my Windows box at ARM. There are already similar tools available for Linux, but I needed something for Windows that our legal department couldn?t argue over, so I wrote my own.

Vidigi is licensed under the GPLv2.

Downloads:
* Windows Installer

* Linux Binary

* Source Code

Vortaro

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Vortaro is a very simple Esperanto dictionary. It uses the original Esperanto dictionary published by Zammenhoff at the turn of the 20th century, and is therefore quite old and out of date. However, it does provide all of the root words originally created by Zammenhoff and it shows translations in several languages. It is written with the QT4 framework and uses a SQLite database to store the actual dictionary. It would be fairly trivial to expand the SQL database to include a larger vocabulary, but it would be harder to maintain the multi-lingual aspect of it in that case.

Vortaro is licensed under the GPLv2.

Downloads:
* Windows Installer

* Source Code

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