Tagaini Jisho 0.2.1 released

At long last, a new release of Tagaini!

Although not all planned features have been implemented (especially the preferences window which is still incomplete), this release took too much time so it is released as is. Missing features have been postponed to 0.2.2, and I plan to make releases more often from now even if all features are not implemented (after all, it's still a 0. series).

Tagaini Jisho 0.2.0 released

This version features a brand-new database engine that will be the basis for further improvements. Context information, such as homonyms, transitive/intransitive equivalents of verbs, and words using a given kanji, are now displayed in the detailed view, and the navigation between entries has been improved.

  • Upgraded JMdict and Kanjidic2 to 2009/01/11 versions
  • Totally reworked database engine - now asynchronous and multi-threaded
  • Background information displayed in detailed view: words using a given kanji, transitive/intransitive counterpart of verbs, etc.
  • Bigger, more readable display in results view
  • Added :score command, which allows filter entries according to a score range.
  • Kanji hint tooltip improved and now also used in kanji popup.
  • :haskanji command now supports multiple arguments

Tagaini Jisho 0.1.2 released

This release fixes many small glitches and adds a few interface improvements, particularly for tags handling. It also greatly improves the kanjis components relevency, and introduces the production of actually usable printed material. Don't forget to upgrade, as your experience should greatly be improved.

Tagaini Jisho 0.1.1 released

A new release of Tagaini Jisho is available for download. This release brings many improvements in the GUI, and prepares the ground for the upcoming 0.2 series. Basic usage does not change much, but the interface should make it easier to manipulate your entries and some problems have been fixed. In addition, various user requests have been implemented.

Tagaini Jisho 0.1.0 released!

This is the first public release of Tagaini Jisho! Source code and binaries for Windows, Mac and Ubuntu Linux are available on the download page. Although the features set is still limited, this version should start to be useful for studying Japanese vocabulary and kanjis. Of course, your comments and suggestions are welcome - please go to the contact page to see how you can contribute to Tagaini and influence its future development!