edictionary - a command line dictionary / News: Recent posts

edictionary 2.6 released

Now edictionary can tell you when a new version is available! So, go ahead download 2.6, which also has some bug-fixes too to make your edictionary experience smoother.

Happy edicting!

Posted by Vishal Verma 2010-06-26

edictionary 2.4 released

edictionary 2.4 is out now. It fixes the MW support that broke in 2.2 with changed MW layout. Check it out.

Posted by Vishal Verma 2010-06-02

MW support broken

With the new update to the MW website, edictionary can no longer fetch meanings from there. An update will fix it very soon. Please stay tuned.

Posted by Vishal Verma 2007-11-03

edictionary 2.2 fixes MW parsing issues

edictionary 2.2 fixes the parsing problems caused by latest MW formats. edictionary 2.1 stopped working due to the changes to MW output format. Download 2.2 and get back to edicting again!

Posted by Vishal Verma 2007-01-14

Latest M-W breaks edict

Merriam Webster seem to have given their website an overhaul. This has broken the edict functionality. I'll be working on fixing this problem. Expect a patch/new version soon.

Posted by Vishal Verma 2006-11-22

edict-2.0-beta now available

The edictionary project was started on Dec 04, 2002. edictionary places a compact command line dictionary at your fingertips for your day-to-day use. The project is two years old today and I wanted to wish edictionary Happy Birthday. To commemorate the occasion, I'm releasing a new version of edictionary. edict-2.0-beta is a major revamp of edictionary to make your edicting experience smoother and more powerful. Read on for highlights of the changes. Happy Holidays and Happy edicting!... read more

Posted by Vishal Verma 2004-12-03

edict-1.0 released

Great news for all command line freaks: edict 1.0 is now out. edict is a command line dictionary, just 16k in size. The magic - it doesn't invent it's own dictionary... rather uses standard dictionaries available on the WWW. This new version adds many desired features like thesaurus, suggestions/corrections and multiple invocation. Thanks for your support and helping me keep the spirit alive. Happy edicting!

Posted by Vishal Verma 2003-03-02

edict 1.0 alpha released

The first (alpha) version of edict has been released. edict is a command line dictionary written in PERL. It is incredibly small (7kb) yet amazingly useful. If you love command line and hate to switch to your browser for word meanings, edict is the tool for you. Give it a try! Better GRE/GMAT scores guaranteed :)!

http://edictionary.sf.net

Thanks in advance to all those who are going to try it and send in their comments/suggestions/bug reports.

Posted by Vishal Verma 2002-12-13

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