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I’ve started to implement searching for kanji from the command line. It’s not much so far, but it may be of mild interest. Japanese search via kunyomi/nanori: C:\code\projects\jblite>c:\python26\python -m jblite.kd2 data\kd2.sqlite3 ほとり Searching for “%ほとり%”, lang=None… READINGS: ID: 2298, literal: 畔 ID: 2396, literal: 瀕 ID: 4368, literal: 滸 ID: 4400, literal: 濆 ID: 5977, [...]
Just finished version 0.3 of JBLite. The big new feature: KANJIDIC2 support. KANJIDIC2 support was present before, but it was based upon the external jbparse library. Now, it’s converted very similarly to JMdict. Now that both of these dictionaries are converted, perhaps I can hook them into J-Ben 2 and drop the jbparse library entirely…
Since there’s no real page for JBLite yet: JBLite is a library of code for converting Jim Breen’s dictionary files into one or more SQLite 3 databases. It is intended to support J-Ben 2, but its BSD license allows anyone to use it. (Note: the generated data, of course, still falls under the original license [...]