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README.md

qolibri EPWING dictionary viewer

This is a continuation of the qolibri EPWING reader originally developed by BOP, then improved by Fujii Hironori, cybersphinx, and Matthias von Faber.

BOP seems to have disappeared in 2009 and left no email address, so I would like this to be new upstream repository. Please send your fixes as PRs. If you find a security bug, please report it like a regular bug.

Install on Windows

See the releases for builds. Extract with 7-Zip.

Install on Debian 9 stretch

See the releases for precompiled amd64 packages.

Building

This repository includes Debian packaging that should work with your Debian package building tools.

If you would like to build it without using the Debian packaging, run:

sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends qtbase5-dev qt5-qmake qt5-default \
 qttools5-dev-tools qtmultimedia5-dev qtwebengine5-dev libeb16-dev zlib1g-dev
qmake
make

The resulting binary can then be put somewhere in the path as it includes all the resources needed to run.

Help with usage

AJATT Tips: How to Make Sentence Cards (SRS)

Making Monolingual Sentence Cards in Real Time

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