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- Acon monitors one or more virtual consoles while running in the backgrounds. If it finds arabic letters, Acon will write them in the correct direction. You must be root to run it. The program has two modes of operation. The first is a left to right console, in which the default language is English. Use this when most of your document is in english. The second mode is a right to left console, in which the default language is Arabic. Use this when most of your document is in arabic.
- An Gramadoir
- An Gramadóir is intended as a platform for the development of sophisticated natural language processing tools for languages with limited computational resources. It is currently implemented for the Irish language (Gaeilge); this is, to the best of my knowledge, the first grammar checker developed for any minority language. Ports for Afrikaans, Cornish, Esperanto, Walloon, and Welsh are currently underway. The grammar checker can be called from emacs, vim, or OpenOffice. Various components of the engine can be bootstrapped using statistical methods based on text corpora.
- Apertium is a machine translation platform. Data for a language pair can be used to translate text in various formats from one language to another.
- Argos Translate
- From their git: Offline translation library written in Python. Uses OpenNMT for translations, SentencePiece for tokenization, Stanza for sentence boundary detection, and PyQt for GUI. Designed to be used as either a Python library, command-line, or GUI application. LibreTranslate is an API and web-app built on top of Argos Translate. Argos Translate supports installing model files which are a zip archive with an ".argosmodel" extension that contains an OpenNMT CTranslate2 model, a SentencePiece tokenization model, a Stanza tokenizer model for sentence boundary detection, and metadata about the model. Pretrained models can be downloaded here. Argos Translate also manages automatically pivoting through intermediate languages to translate between languages that don't have a direct translation between them installed. For example, if you have a es ➔ en and en ➔ fr translation installed you are able to translate from es ➔ fr as if you had that translation installed. This allows for translating between a wide variety of languages at the cost of some loss of translation quality.
- B1 Free Archiver
- B1 Free Archiver is a free multi-platform universal archiver. Warning: There is also a proprietary B1 front-end and mobile app available that make use of the B1 java library. We do not recommend using those proprietary front-ends.
- The Corais platform is based on Open Atrium, which is itself based on Drupal. It is used for organizing collaborative projects.
- 'cz2cz' is a set of tools for converting texts between the various charset encodings that are used in the Czech language. The most important feature is autodetection of the most-used encodings (ISO-8859-2, Win-1250, cp850, and Kamenickych). It also lets you convert characters with diacritics to TeX (LaTeX) conventions. Additionally, you can use the interactive part of cz2cz tools for quick manual complementing of diacritics to texts.
- EF*CK Chat Keyboard
- EF*CK is a free cross-platform open-source on-screen desktop emoji keyboard, with built-in text-filter-based emoji picker, Unicode text converter, meme GIF search function ... Upon emoji/text activation, the app automatically types it into the previously focused window, or copies it into system clipboard. Written in Python/Qt and extensible.
- EMI NumberToWord Library
- eMI NumberToWord Library is a simple library that converts a number represented in digits (e.g. 500) into the equivalent in words (e.g. five hundred).
- 'Enca' (Extremely Naive Charset Analyser) detects the encoding of text files, based on knowledge of their language. It can also convert them to other encodings, letting you to recode files without knowing their current encoding. It supports most of Central and East European languages, and a few Unicode variants, independently of language.
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