Lavengro is a vocabulary test engine that uses text files as its tests. The user creates the tests themselves. It has a tutor mode, a test mode, and a CBT learning mode. Both versions (Lavengro in the console, Lavengro_B in the browser) have an automated installation program for GNU/Linux, but Lavengro is OS-neutral and can be used anywhere Python is supported.
released on 21 September 2006
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