liblouis braille translator and back-translator now available
janina at rednote.net
Fri Sep 9 14:07:35 UTC 2005
You're not providing a 'make install.' Can you at least document which
files are made and where they should go, etc? Thanks.
John J. Boyer writes:
> Some of you have heard of the liblouis braille translator and
> back-translator library. You can now download the source from
> www.chpi.org . It is on the downloads page, along with a lot of other
> goodies. liblouis performs translation and back-translation of
> contracted braille. It handles 16-bit Unicode natively, and is designed
> to work with many languages. It is based on the translation routines in
> BRLTTy, but has been much modified. There are Makefiles for both Linux
> and Mac OS X. see the README file for details.
> If anyone makes a Windows DLL for liblouis, I'll put that up too, with
> credit, of course.
> John J. boyer; Executive Director, Chief Software Developer
> Computers to Help People, Inc.
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