Dictionary module/component/plugin released today!

Today, I released, as promised before, a dictionary module/component/plugin for three CMS at the same time. You can download it here.

I’m sorry, due to lack of time I can not provide the link for demo yet. I hope I could make it available soon for public view.

Have a nice weekend!

Update: May 25, 2004

You are now able to preview the Dictionary module/component/plugin for:
1. Mambo Open Source: click here.
2. XOOPS: click here.
3. LDU: click here.

Referring to all comments I got regarding this release, I would like to let you know that this Dictionary is the English US dictionary and it doesn’t include English spellings. My apology for any incovenience it may cause.

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4 thoughts on “Dictionary module/component/plugin released today!

  1. Hi Kemas,

    Well done on a valuable addition to mambo! (and the other CMS)

    I wonder if an Engish UK version of this dictionary may be available. Maybe you could label this as English US?

    Dave

  2. Just a thought. Do you think leaving the sql table as nuke_dictionary may cause problems with an installation that includes nuke and mambo or with they both be able to use the same table?

  3. Thanks Dave for your comments. 🙂
    I think from now on I should label the dictionary as the English US dictionary. I’m sorry for any inconvenience it may cause to all users of this module/component/plugin.

    PHP-Nuke, PostNuke, Mambo, XOOPS and LDU, they all can use the same table as long as you don’t forget to mention it clearly in the script. Otherwise, it may cause database connection problem. I left the sql table as it is because to change or modify all entries could take a very long time to complete. So why you should wait for 30 minutes or so, if you can use it right away and only a slight change is needed to have a go. 🙂

    Kemas.

  4. 1. the link to the mambo demo is broken (internal server error)
    2. can you provide this (i guess i can strip that from the install, but just downloaded and not checked out yet) an empty dictionnary install and a separate content model, which i can then fill as needed (i will for example want to use this to put the ùacromedia flash actionscript reference on my site in a searchable form)?
    3. is it possible to show letters a-z (clickable of course) on the same intro page as the “search” input field? would make it more usable..
    thanks for this in advance;-)
    joe

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