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 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: This is the first version to allow compilation on Windows. The search thread was fixed so it no longer runs in a timer, but in another thread. GConf has been dropped for GSettings. The program compiles with the GTK_DEPRICATED_DISABLE flag on. The kanjisidebar is now a tooltip. There has been a bit of scaling back on the interface. Searches now update dynamically as you type.
Release Notes: Tabs are now supported. An initial search can be specified on the command line. A new multi-search interface using ncurses was added. The backend was largely rewritten. There is now less dependence on GtkBuilder. The preferences dialog a bit more minimalistic. Better support for unknown dictionaries was provided.
Release Notes: The results have been worked to have better, easier to skim formatting. New German, French, and Spanish dictionaries have been added. The dictionaries are now user-organizable. The radicals in the Radical search tool now grey out when certain combinations do not return any kanji. There are other general improvements to make the program easier to use and remove bugs.
Release Notes: The main window has a more balanced interface. Bugs have been squashed here and there. Much code has been refactored, including doxygen documentation. This release requires GNOME 2.26 level dependencies, which corresponds approximately to Fedora 11 or Ubuntu 9. There is now an IRC channel at irc://irc.freenode.net/gwaei for helping users with problems.
Release Notes: More detailed versioning information for requirements was added to the README.