Silly Translation library (Silt)

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Silly Translation library (Silt)
provides functions to encode and decode text using several "silly" translation algorithms.

Silly Translation library (Silt) is a library for doing some funny translations of given texts. The library can be used in any application such as mail or instant messaging clients to add some fun to communication. It can also be used to provide a trivial encryption (VERY INSECURE) that can be used to render communication hard to read for someone who is not familiar with Silt (this applies only to some modes). Be warned that the usage of some modes may offend your buddies.


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released on 22 January 2009



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X11Kelly Hopkins22 January 2009
License:GPLv2Kelly Hopkins22 January 2009

Leaders and contributors

Nikias Bassen Contributor
Marius Mauch Maintainer

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 16 January 2017.


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