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A front-end to Google Translate

Project description

Traduisons! (French for “Let’s Translate!”) is a front-end for google translate, allowing translation of words and sentences without opening the browser. It is written in python and optionally uses a gtk-based gui.

Traduisons! is focused on being as streamlined and fast as possible. It is designed to be a quick, reference tool, not a large-scale document translator.

Traduisons! itself is not a translator. It works by sending a query string to Google’s web-based translation service and copying the result to the clipboard and screen.

All operations are performed with keyboard shortcuts or specific input characters such as ‘/’ and ‘.’.

Internet access is required to use Traduisons!.

INSTALLATION

As of version 0.4.1, traduisons is distributed as a standard python package. To install it, unzip and run

python setup.py install

To avoid having to type the full path every time, place a link to traduisons.py in your system path. For example:

ln -s /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/traduisons/traduisons.py
/usr/local/bin/traduisons

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