A Locales document has been to the omega t+ sourceforge website. It gives a very basic overview of locales as used in omegat and some other related information.
It still needs more work, but users can get something out of it as it stands.
Access it at http://omegatplus.sf.net in the omegat documentation section or directly via
If anybody wants to translate it, go right ahead (just check the licence so you know what is granted and expected). Please let us know
if you do this.... read more
A File Filters document for omegat has been added to the SF website.
Access it via http://omegatplus.sf.net/omegat/doc/manual/en/FilesFilters.html or through the project homepage (http://omegatplus.sf.net) in the omegat documentation section.
A Quick Start document has been added to the omega t+ website. This should be of assistance to new users.
Access it through the home page (http://omegatplus.sourceforge.net) in the omegat section on documentation or go directly to http://omegatplus.sourceforge.net/omegat/doc/manual/en/QuickStart.html.
If anybody would like to translate this it would be quite welcome (check the licence first so that you understand the rights and obligations that this entails).... read more
Binary packages for bitextor and tagaligner have been added. These are are only for Linux and there is no guarantee they will work properly.
Please let us know about any problems you encounter. Hope you find them useful.
RPMs (source/binary) for pdftk - the pdf toolkit - are now available.
pdftk provides functionality to work with PDFs in various ways that go beyond what can be done with a PDF reader/viewer.
Note: pdftk requires GCJ to work. Although it uses Java, it has been developed to work with the GNU Compiler Collections Java (GCJ) implementation and will not work with other Java implementations.
It can work on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, and other platforms that have the appropriate libraries and tools installed.... read more
omega t+ project is now one year old.
In that time a few versions of omegat have been released and a number of other translation related tools have been added to the project.
There is much more to come in the future: anew version of omegat is pending and there are other useful programs that will be added to the project.
Please participate in this project if you find it useful.
Infinity and beyond...
Tag Aligner, from the associated sf.net project, is an application basically for webpage bitext alignment. At present only source code is available and this is mainly intended for use on Linux/UNIX. It may compile on windoze (via Cygwin) or Mac (using Fink).
Packages of bitextor, from the sf.net project, have been released on omega t+. This application is intended for use with webpages to create bitext. Only the source code is available currently and this is mainly intended for use on Linux/UNIX. Might compile on Windoze (via Cygwin) or Mac (using Fink).
TmxValidator, from Maxprograms, has recently been open sourced. Now there are some packages of that on omega t+. Note: does not include Windoze version because some related code for it seems to be missing, thus it cannot be distributed on sourceforge. Also, downloading from sourceforge is significantly faster than from its homepage, and nothing to fill in to get it!
omegat 1.4.6 was recently released. Not much change from 18.104.22.168, but no users manual due to possible license conflict. Users can use the OmegaT 1.4.5 manual in the interim while a new manual is being written.
Please note that omegat and the recently included OmegaT have been temporarily removed for maintenance.
The OmegaT documentation is in violation of the GFDL licence and copyright. Since the omegat documentation is based on the OmegaT version it also is in violation. Therefore, the omegat documentation will be fixed to this remedy this situation.
A new version of the documentation will be released with the development of the upcoming 1.5 release of omegat.... read more
Packages for the new sourceforge project program bitext2tmx are now available on omega t+.
This program is a java-based source/target text aligner that will help you create a TMX to use in omegat, or other supporting translation memory program, from past translations.
OmegaT 1.4.5.04 is now avaialbe on the omega t+ project.
7-Zip, tar-gzip, and tar.bzip2 packages of binary and source are available.
omega t+ will host the stable versions of OmegaT from now on and try to supply them in formats not available on the OmegaT project.
Development versions of OmegaT are available at http://sf.net/projects/omegat.
Users can now select the version they want from one place.
There will be a milestone 1 release for the upcoming 1.5 version of omegat in the coming weeks.
Currently working on numerous fronts to bring better functionality and squash many of the existing bugs. A number of goodies will be introduced that you will just have to stay tuned for...
Version 1.5 will be a significant step forward for the application that takes it in the direction users really want it to go!... read more
After making a number of packages for past releases of omegat (omega t+ project) I have decided that future releases will not include a zip package.
The reasons for this are as follows:
omegat 22.214.171.124 has been released.
This is a minor release that corrects a couple of small bugs.
In addition, there is a new Users Manual sub-menu in the Help menu and a Chinese localization of the user interface.
The sub-menu gives access to the Table of Contents and Quick Start tutorial.
Currently, the Chinese UI is known to work on windows (perhaps Mac OS X), but does not function properly on Linux/UNIX.... read more
The stock omegat.jar file in the 1.4.5.04 release is known to not function on Mac OS X (version 10.4.2). A minor bug has been fixed and it now works. Please replace the old jar file with the re-issued version (backup first).
There is no known issue with the functioning of the stock jar file on Linux or Windows.
omega t+ announces the release of senseg 1.0.0, a sentence segmenter for user with omegat. sentseg effectively converts sentence into paragraphs inside Opendocument and OpenOffice.org files so they can be used with omegat or other appropriate translation application.
omega t+ has now released the spellchecker front-end extspell. It acts as a front-end GUI to Apsell and works on at least Linux/UNIX and Windows with that spellchecking back-end.
omega t+, a computer assisted translation tool suite, announces the release of the omegat CAT tools users manual in separate packages. Use the manual separately from a location of your choosing or to help with localization of omegat into other languages using omegat itself.
Sure it isn't that many, but over 25 downloads in one week for omegat is approximately 10% on average of what its revival project had over the month. Not a bad start and more momentum will be gained as progress continues.
So enjoy omegat and tell all your translation and language type friends and associates about it.
Everyone is invited to use it and participate in its future development.
All are welcome!
There is now an omega t+ home page accessible via http://omegatplus.sf.net. Contains some details on the project thus far and the complete Users Manual for omegat also.
Recent release of omegat by the omega t+ project has resulted in attacks from some OmegaT project members who do not seem to understand the GPL or have the correct open source spirit.
omegat is a repacking of OmegaT with some changes/improvements and available in more package formats for installation. This last point is exactly one of the reasons for the existence of the omega t+ project and was a founding reason given to sourceforge to start the project and has ceremoniously been approved by them.... read more
The omegat cross-platform Computer Assisted Translation tool is now available. Comes in 7-zip, tar gzipped, tar bzip2, RPM, and zip flavors. Get a taste now :)
omega t+ is please to announce the release of omegat 1.4.5.04, a cross-platform computer assisted translation tool. This version includes improvements and additions over the the stock OmegaT version, from which it is derived. tar.gz, tar.bz2, and zip packages are ready for download. An RPM package is to follow in the near future. See the http://sf.net/projects/omegatplus