QVocab is a program that should help you to learn the vocabulary of a foreign language. You add your words into a simple database file, the program asks you the words and you try to answer with the corresponding word of the other language. A known word will move up one level (there are five of them) and if you didn't know its meaning, it is moved to the first level again.
Release Notes: Qvocab can now ask unknown words multiple times, and has better error handling and a command-line interface. qvo2txt and txt2qvo have more options and a manual page.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, a new converter program (txt2qvo), a man page, and a Debian package.
Release Notes: Start of port to Qt 2.x, a lot of bugfixes, fixes for compilation problems, a fix for the "fragments" feature, and minor GUI improvements.
Release Notes: Fixes for misc. bugs and compilation problems, all windows modal (the main window does not "jump around" on the desktop any more), and automake/autoconf cleanups.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes were made, and a function for exporting QVocab's vocabulary file format into plain text was added. RPMs are now available.