From: Joseph Hourcle <oneiros@gr...> - 2005-09-28 20:19:29
On Wed, 28 Sep 2005, Tom Gilissen wrote:
> I am looking for open source software to build and manage a thesaurus
> but I only find commercial programs. Does anyone have a suggestion?
Some of my classmates and I have been trying to get our professor
(Dagobert Soergel) to release his program (TermMaster), so we get it to
run on a modern OS (it's DOS based, but from some of the hints he's given,
it's written in C)
Everything I've seen online says that he'll give out copies for
non-commercial use. I have no idea if the 'umail.umd.edu' e-mail address
works, but for more current contact info:
[If might be best if people don't mention that I sent them to him, so he
doesn't realize that it's being instigated by one of his students, which
might make him think that there's less demand for it]
If you follow the second link in this message, you'll find they have a
whole lot of other products listed, a few that are free, and one that's
GPL (but in Spanish).
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