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: The only changes in this final version are the version number and an updated German translation.
Release Notes: A number of bugfixes. A crash when rapidly switching radical search tool buttons has been fixed. The save menu works again. Better search results with the Kanji dictionary. Various other fixes listed on git. The line of kanji at the top of the kanji dictionary search has been removed for performance issues. It may make a return in a better form in the future.
Release Notes: More detailed versioning information for requirements was added to the README.
Release Notes: There are a few more small tweaks. The program will now compile under MS Windows.
Release Notes: This is another bugfix release. A change that broke turning off spellcheck was undone. A misspelling was fixed in the preferences in Japanese. A bug in the URL for installing the radicals dictionary has also been fixed. The gconf abstraction layer has also been made more fault resistant for strings.
Release Notes: Small changes were made here and there. A minor buffer overflow was fixed, which was adversely affecting Ubuntu 9 users. It caused gWaei to crash on Ubuntu 9 when inputting Japanese. A bunch of Windows compatibility fixes have been done. When compiled with the GNOME configure flag turned off, gconf is no longer a dependency.