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Old 01-09-2009, 05:34 AM   #31
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Ouaouh!...
Tu as appris l'anglais en suivant "Les feux de l'amour" en VO?

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OK, j'ai compris comment m'inscrire sur Ebookwise, merci. Je ne sais pas trop si je vais le faire car je suis assez agacé par les boites qui protègent tout, verrouillent tout, ne publient aucune documentation sérieuse sur leur format, etc bref essayent de faire en sorte que ceux qui achètent l'appareil, soient obligés ensuite d'acheter leurs livres (voir ce qu'a expliqué Nick pour le dictionnaire)
Fictionwise.com, ou eBookwise.com, n'ont rien d'intrusif ou de "bassement" commercial; en te connectant chez eux, aprs avoir choisi un login et un mot de passe, tu peux librement télécharger le Webster et quelques textes pas trop intéressant (un de E. Poe, quand même); le reste est en anglais, et intéressera surtout des anglo-saxons. J'y ai seulement acheté un eBook de Robert F. Young, que je traduis en Français, Memories of the Future; le prix était tout à fait raisonnable, dans les 6 US$ ou 4 euros, pour une bonne douzaine de nouvelles de grande qualité, et non-disponibles sous forme de livre imprimés, puisque cet auteur a publié surtout dans les magazines.
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OK, j'ai compris pour le dictionnaire.
On ne peut pas avoir les sources, et Ebookwise n'a publié aucune spécification pour ses dictionnaires, donc on est coincé...
C'est vraiment dommage, mais on ne peut rien y faire...
A ce que j'ai compris, il va quand même essayer!

Won't you try anyway, Nick?

Seriously, wouldn't that bit of information be available with eBooktechnologies.com?
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A ce que j'ai compris, il va quand même essayer!

Won't you try anyway, Nick?

Seriously, wouldn't that bit of information be available with eBooktechnologies.com?
The main hinderance to reverse engineering the dictionary format is that the data is encrypted, so it may not be easy to understand what that new HKEY filetype (I think it's a index of sorts) really does. I haven't got very far with this examination yet and unfortunately there is only ONE default "lookup" dictionary to look at for guidance (on how it works). It's not easy seeing a pattern when you only have one example to look at.

It's an uphill battle, and sure, ETI could help by publishing info how to do this or even better, publishing the .IMP file format!

I've already started to get the .IMP file format properly document (see IMP) and that "journey" will help understand how to get another dictionary used as the default "lookup" dictionary.
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The main hinderance to reverse engineering the dictionary format is that the data is encrypted, so it may not be easy to understand what that new HKEY filetype (I think it's a index of sorts) really does. I haven't got very far with this examination yet and unfortunately there is only ONE default "lookup" dictionary to look at for guidance (on how it works). It's not easy seeing a pattern when you only have one example to look at.

It's an uphill battle, and sure, ETI could help by publishing info how to do this or even better, publishing the .IMP file format!
I had contacted those people by mail about creating "running headers" (something you do, but BD does not unless I missed something), and they had given me an answer. You may ask them the necessary information.

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I've already started to get the .IMP file format properly document (see IMP) and that "journey" will help understand how to get another dictionary used as the default "lookup" dictionary.
I'll give a look at that; are the calls to the EBook Publisher DLLs documented? I oce was a specialist at writing import units for Delphi.
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Je teste ta conversion du dictionnaire de l'AC, demain. Merci pour ce travail...
Je viens de passer quelques jours - pas mal d'heures, en fait, parce que ce n'est pas simple - à créer un index au Dictionaire de l'Académie Française, 8e édition de 1932. Le principe que j'ai retenu est de créer un index alphabétique en tête du dictionnaire (A à Z), qui renvoie en tête des définitions de mots commençant par chaque lettre. Là; j'ai créé un index "en rateau" qui permet de raffiner la recherche. Il suffit alors de parcourir quelques pages à peine pour trouver la définition voulue.

J'ai fait ça avec Book Designer: seul ce programme a la puissance nécessaire pour permettre de créer des notes, ainsi que des liens sur ces notes - les index. J'exporte alors en format MobiPocket, et de là, avec Mobi2Imp, je crée le fichier adapté à l'EBW 1150; j'y ai même mis l'entête. J'ai aussi une version html, obtenue en exportant dans un des formats acceptés par l'Irex Iliad.

Voici les versions en question, qu'il fait considérer comme "bêta" (j'attends vos réactions); je les ai compressées pour respecter les tailles limites de MobileRead.:
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Bonsoir Robert,
Je viens de le télécharger.
Je teste ça ce soir ou demain et je te dis
Merci pour ce travail
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Bonsoir Robert,

Je viens de tester ton dico: c'est OK, et beaucoup plus fonctionnel que s'il n'y avait pas d'index, évidemment, car le mot est trouvé plus rapidement.

Merci

PS: Robert a mis le dictionnaire au format PRC en tant qu'étape de son travail, mais, pour une utilisation de ce dictionnaire sous Mobipocket, il vaut mieux utiliser la version ELG qui est entièrement indexée.

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Old 02-22-2009, 07:57 AM   #38
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Bonjour
Nouveau sur ce forum et content que vous soyez tous aussi compétents.
Suis journaliste, passionné par les "CyBooks, EBooks, livres numériques ?" (aucune idée de l'appellation convenable !!) et je ne demande qu'à m'instruire !!!
Entre autre j'aimeraéis bien savoir quelle est la situation réelle de ce produit sur le marché (surtout aux usa) Quelle est la date de votre prochain rendez-vous ?...Suis parisien.
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