cgpman wrote:Using goldendict 1.0.1, I just tried renaming the dictionary.dsl.files.7z file to dictionary.dsl.files.zip. That did not help.
cgpman wrote:Thanks for trying to help, but it is getting tiresome to reply to posters that don't read all the posts I made about this Goldendict problem and to posters who do not read my posts as carefully as I write them.
- Unicode (UTF-8) support for filenames in .ZIP archives. Now there are 3 modes:
1) Default mode: 7-Zip uses UTF-8, if the local code page doesn't contain required symbols.
2) -mcu switch: 7-Zip uses UTF-8, if there are non-ASCII symbols.
3) -mcl switch: 7-Zip uses local code page.
cgpman wrote:Sorry I got testy guys. Now I understand what your posts were suggesting. And thanks, chulai, for the very complete explanation of how to use 7-zip to create a zip file. I had read somewhere on the internet that zip utilities cannot compress files with unicode names, but that was wrong, at least for 7-zip.
I did compress my many jpg files to be displayed in my dictionaries into zip files using 7-zip as chulai described. They work fine with Goldendict 1.0.1.
cgpman wrote:chulai, I looked at your sample dictionary. Yes, it works as you described. I have not been able to find a complete list of dsl tags (like [s]) or other parts of the dsl language. Does anyone know where such a list is? If not, could you explain what the big dot in the last line of the .dsl file does? And why some [s] tags are preceded by '/' or '\' and some are not in that same line?
Thanks again. My dictionaries are now working fine.
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