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Old 03 November 2019, 12:47   #1
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Online or Tool-based Text Translator (68k)?

Greetings. I'm in need of either an online (via iBrowse 2.5.1.) or Tool-based text translator. I have French and German friends with whom I chat online and I use online translators for quick translations.

I've tried every online translator I know of and none of them work in IBrowse. I don't see any recent translator apps on Aminet.

Does anyone know of any online tools I've missed or any tools which might exist?

Thanks!
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Old 03 November 2019, 13:00   #2
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Maybe you could whip something up using of the the APIs? i.e. https://cloud.google.com/translate/d...anslating-text
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Old 03 November 2019, 13:52   #3
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Libcurl already exists for AmigaOS, JSMN is intended to be C89 safe and should be a very straightforward port.

That essentially gives you all you need to use the Google API's.
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Old 03 November 2019, 13:53   #4
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You can try http://aminet.net/search?query=flm First check if a French dictionary exist. For translation you have to use the ARexx port.
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Old 03 November 2019, 14:35   #5
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Libcurl already exists for AmigaOS, JSMN is intended to be C89 safe and should be a very straightforward port.

That essentially gives you all you need to use the Google API's.
I read through the APIs - they are for URL and document translation. I just want to copy and paste a few lines from FB chat and go. I appreciate the feed back though - thanks!
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Old 03 November 2019, 14:39   #6
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Libcurl already exists for AmigaOS, JSMN is intended to be C89 safe and should be a very straightforward port.

That essentially gives you all you need to use the Google API's.
Libcurl is for AmigaOS 4x - I'm running a 68k-based Bench. I have no doubt that iBrowse running in 4x would allow online translators such as Collins or Yandex to work properly.

Appreciate the feedback. Thanks!
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Old 03 November 2019, 17:13   #7
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I read through the APIs - they are for URL and document translation. I just want to copy and paste a few lines from FB chat and go. I appreciate the feed back though - thanks!
Except that the page I linked to gives an example of sending the text "My name is Jeff" to the API and getting "Mein Name ist Jeff" back.
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