On 09.04.2018 14:50, Krunose wrote:
On 09.04.2018 12:22, Marco A.G. Pinto wrote:
.AFF files are open in the first tab "Dictionary". When you open a .DIC
in "Dictionary", it opens also the .AFF.
Then, after opening a dictionary, you can go to the "Hyphenation" tab
and open an Hyphenation .DIC file.
The thing is that Croatian dictionary is not using classes for
connecting words to classes, it rather uses AF feature and seams that
PTG is not handling that right.
Is that true?
The joining of both will allow you to derivate words in hyphenation or
even type words by hand.
I need to write the documentation for .aff AID :-(... In fact I need to
write a lot of documentation, not sure when I will have the time
In this version of PTG I did improve the user guide a lot, but it is not
enough for all uses.
Also, not all features of .AFF are supported, I did add "twofold" months
ago for Veneto or whatever it is called, but I haven't seen any
documentation for more complex decoding such as the Netherlands
Open-source developing is a lifetime task, and I will try to keep on
improving all the projects I am involved on.
Thank you my friend,
Thank you for clarification. I also just started to write simple CLI
program that should do similar as PTG, but idea is just few days old
and I didn't progress a lot (if at all):
I'm amateur in programming and can't do PureBasic (for now), but maybe
I could be helpful?
On 09/04/2018 06:58, Krunose wrote:
Great to hear. Defiantly something I'm gonna play with.
Just a quick question, aff files are currently not supported? How
about using AF feature as this is recommended in Hunspell's
documentation (Hunspell4.pdf). There's pop-up on open allowing user to
set .aff aid for English and Veneto but seams I can't add custom one.
How about supporting AFF files?
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