- Vocabulary builder by generating word lists from stardict dictionaries. Allow regular expression search. Written in python.
- Command-line dictionary searching tool with colored output.
Regular expression support
See some regex search examples below:
Keywords are highlighted.
Jupyter/Ipython notebook (Experimental)
Interactively searching/translating in Jupyter notebooks.
Py-sdvb is now available on PyPI. Use
pip (python3 version) to install:
pip3 install py-sdvb
Prerequisites for manual installation
This package is based on
Programs are tested for python3 on Mac OS X.
Get the dictionaries
Put all the dictionaries in the directory
~/.stardict/. If you have been
using tools like stardict or sdcv, you probably have already had the
dictionaries stored there.
This is the primary program to help building your vocabulary, by generating a list of words together with their translations.
pysdvb like this:
pysdvb [-s] [-h]
[-h] option for help.
-s option provides a mode to choose dictionary. Otherwise, all the
dictionaries are used.
You will then be prompted with
REGEX:, which askes you to input regular
expressions for search.
This is an interactive command line dictionary tool, basically an analog of sdcv.
Manually add to
If not using
pip to install, probably you need these commands:
ln -s /path/to/py_sdvb/pysdvb/sdvb.py /usr/local/bin/pysdvb ln -s /path/to/py_sdvb/pysdvb/sdcv.py /usr/local/bin/pysdcv