OpenDict is free multiplatform computer dictionary. It supports popular
computer dictionary formats including Slowo and Mova. It also acts as a
client for DICT servers. OpenDict has
plugin subsystem which lets create
usable dictionaries from almost any data source.
OpenDict 0.6.8 released. Strip whitespace when searching. Source code moved to github.
OpenDict 0.6.7 released.
OpenDict 0.6.6 released. Added wxPython 3.0 compatibility.
OpenDict 0.6.5 released. Released Windows binary version (made with py2exe).
OpenDict 0.6.4 released. Removed PyXML requirement. Added Russian translation.
OpenDict 0.6.3 released.
OpenDict 0.6.2 released.
OpenDict 0.6.1 released.
OpenDict 0.6.0 released.
Release 0.5.8 is out. Supports multiple wxPython installations and should
smoothly work on Fedora GNU/Linux.
Release 0.5.7 is out. Improved version with several new interesting features.
Version 0.5.4 released with some new features and bug fixes. It is not stable
yet because of wxWidgets moving from
2.4 to 2.5 release and new implementations of wxPython. There is still buggy support for gtk1.2
platform on UNIX, but I plan to move OpenDict fully to gtk2 and make it more
stable. OpenDict does not feel in trim right now.
OpenDict 0.5.3 released with unicode and gtk2 support for Unix. Windows
binary will be made for more stable release in the future.
New OpenDict home page is created to replace the old outdated one. The
good news is that OpenDict is completely rewritten in Python language, so OpenDict today is
being used on Linux, BSD and Windows platforms. The bad news is that
there is still some important features to add (see TODO file for