The GNOME application should be available under the GNOME Applications menu.
It can also be run from the command line
Verbiste can also be used as a
GNOME Panel applet.
The library's source archive comes with Perl and Java example programs
that call the
There are also example programs that use the C application programming
The library and the commands use verb and conjugation knowledge bases
that are represented as XML files that are installed with the library
(typically in /usr/share/verbiste-0.1).
This program is free software; you may redistribute it under the terms of
the GNU General Public License. This program has absolutely no warranty.
The FrenchVerbDictionary object is not completely destroyed when its
destructor is called, in order to avoid the excessively long clean up time
of its internal trie.
Only one instance of this class should be created and it should be destroyed
when the program quits.
Version 0.1.x is an unstable development version.
The programming interface of the library
and the command-line options of the accompanying commands
are not necessarily fixed.
The documentation is not complete.
The verb list and the conjugation templates have not been verified