check out DPR 4.1, now with DPPN dictionary search, quotation collecting and more.
A cross-platform Pali-English reader. Allows intermediate Pali students to read the Pali Canon. Automatically recognizes pali words and gives definitions from the CPED and PED, as well as DPPN if available. Includes text search and dictionary lookup.
The latest release of the Digital Pali Reader. Fixed a few bugs and added the the Concise English-Pali Dictionary. Put everything in one package for ease of installation.
I've posted a new release with the entire tipitaka and most of the commentaries. Some minor feature additions and bugfixes. Probably I've created some new bugs in the process, so please let me know.
Great news folks, here's another release of our reader. This release includes one major bugfix, one major feature addition, and several other minor features and bugfixes. Here's the release notes:
FEATURE: Bookmarks finally work! Read the help.htm file to learn more.
BUGFIX: Compounds are now analyzed in much more depth (sometimes too much?)
BUGFIX: No need to overwrite the remotecheck.js when installing the optional components.... read more
Our new website is up, with a blog and wiki to boot. Here's the URL:
Version 2.4.1 of the Digital Pali Reader is now available for download.
If you have already applied the version 2.4 patch successfully, there's no need to download 2.4.1.
Full installation instructions are in INSTALL_DPR_2.4.1.txt, also available in the download area.
With the release of 2.3.3, the DPR is almost completed. There are still many rough edges, but the general shape is there. The local dictionary archive file has been discontinued due to ambiguous copyright issues, and the fact that it is not likely to change much in later releases. Please download the old file from the 2.3.2 release if you require local access to the dictionaries: DPR_LocalDict_2.3.2.zip
I've posted the entire project to sourceforge, including dictionary files and all. I've posted it in seven-zip format, which means you have to have 7-zip to open it. Sorry, it's just so much smaller! I'll put something else up later.