InterText is an editor for aligned parallel texts. It has been developed for the project InterCorp to edit and manage alignments of multiple parallel language versions of texts at the level of sentences, but it is designed with flexibility in mind and supports custom XML documents and Unicode character set.
InterText Editor is a younger brother of the InterText Server, a server application with web-based interface aimed at large, collaborative projects. InterText Editor is a desktop application for personal use, but it can also be used as an off-line editor for InterText Servers. Unlike InterText Server, it should be very easy to install and use even for common users.
See the InterText project homepage for more details.
InterText Editor is implemented using the current version of Qt toolkit to ease platform independency. The project can be easilly compiled using the standard QtCreator development environment or the qmake tool from the Qt distribution. The compilation from the source code has no special dependencies beyond the standard Qt toolkit libraries (and possibly (Open)SSL library in order to support HTTPS communication with InterText Server, if required; SSL support for Qt is commonly available in Linux and MacOS X, but may require additional installation or compilation on Microsoft Windows).
Precompiled binary packages
See the InterText project homepage for binary distribution packages precompiled for Linux, MacOS X and Microsoft Windows.
The code of InterText Editor is not a pruduct of an organized professional development team. Actually, it is the first larger C++ project of the author and bears clear traces of "patchwork". It may also contain fragments of unfinished new features. Please, feel free to contact the author in order to get help with quicker orientation in the code in case of any uncertainity. Any submissions, improvements or suggestions are welcome!
This software and documentation resulted from the implementation of the Czech National Corpus project (LM2011023) funded by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech republic within the framework of Large Research, Development and Innovation Infrastructures.
This software is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3. (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html)
- Copyright (c) 2010-2016 Pavel Vondřička
- Copyright (c) 2010-2016 Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of the Czech National Corpus