Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. There are various Windows compilation fixes. Morphology was made less obtrusive because it is a bit greedy. There are fixes for a segfault in waei if no dictionaries are installed and a search is carried out. There are fixes to localization.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The changes mostly focus on getting the menus to work correctly on the Ubuntu Unity global menu without causing crashes. Dictionary selection accelerators have been reenabled. A primary-toolbar style has been added to the main toolbar, and there are some style fixes for Unity. UI updates when dictionaries are reordered have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version features a rewritten backend that is much much cleaner. It supports searching stroke ranges (s1-2, for example). mecab is now used to enable smart searches using morphology to find root forms of verbs and to split up words. The program has been converted to use GMenu, which should make the menus feel native on Ubuntu, Mac OS, GNOME3, Windows, etc., no matter the style. Menus can now be hidden, and the program now features a menu button a la Google Chrome. You can optionally define the tabs bar to always show. The program only uses symbolic icons if they are detected.
Release Notes: This release fixes display of kanjipad (or at least improves it), fixes problems with searches from waei, fixes localizations of some texts, and removes/disables deprecated directives.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It installs libwaei headers, increases the libwaei version number, fixes the order in which dictionaries are installed, no longer crashes when a mecab dictionary is not installed, fixes handling of a gtk bug not showing installable dictionaries, and adds zlib to configure.ac.
Release Notes: This release adds various fixes and polish improvements, case-insensitive flashcard answers, the ability to enter katakana/hiragana answers as romaji, ignoring of punctuation and spaces, a dependency move from enchant to hunspell in preparation for an architecture change, direct use of zlib instead of piping data through gzip, and a number of fixes for win32. All users need to update their package dependencies.
Release Notes: Since 3.2.0, there have been numerous interface tweaks to make it a bit more subtle, with less color. A vocabulary study component has been added and integrated, including flashcard study and scoring. There have been a few fixes for mingw/cygwin support for when spellcheck occurs or when installing a dictionary. Lots of old deprecated stuff has been removed from gtk+-3.2. Various bugs have been fixed, and the application made generally more fun to use. Windows users will get a prebuilt binary once official gtk3 binaries for mingw are released.
Release Notes: This is the preliminary gWaei-3.4.0 beta. The final version should be released in a week or two. This release adds some tweaks to the interface to use more subtle icons with less color, a vocabulary component with which it is easy to add vocabulary from words you look up, and a flashcard component.
Release Notes: The only changes in this final version are the version number and an updated German translation.
Release Notes: gWaei now requires GTK+ 3.2. The Windows have been rewritten to extend GtkWindow instead of just containing a GtkWindow. libunique is no longer a dependency. GtkApplication from GTK+ is now used instead. The program now handles large amounts of results better and no longer truncates them as early. Dictionary lines are no longer counted on startup, which makes it much quicker. MinGW is now automatically detected instead of requiring an option during configure. Unfortunately, it is still not supported as GTK+ 3 and D-Bus don't run well on Windows yet.