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Lexkit is an easy to use, handy generic XML-based dictionary content management system.
This client-server dictionary makes editing easier for the lexicographer, who does not have to be aware of technical issues. Entry meta-information is used to provide advanced functionality, such as context-dependent tasks.







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* Cracked Lexkit With Keygen is a generic XML content management system (CMS)
* based on an open-source Java component
* For internal use: acronym-based lexicons, translation, terminology, glossaries, dictionaries
* For export:.zip,.xml,.txt,.html,.json
* In the process of development, the dictionary can be used as a test-suite
* A Java server with support for authentication and permission management.
* Client applications are being developed in.Net, Java, PHP, Perl
* Full source code available on SourceForge
* New! Developer’s guide:

LeXkit Client/Server Files

To install Lexkit in your local network, the files presented below must be imported into the repository “Home” of the installation directory.

* Apache Ant -> Settings of Apache Ant
* Apache Tomcat -> Settings of the Tomcat server
* DotNetZip -> Functions of the DotNetZip library
* DotNetJMS -> Functions of the DotNetJMS library
* GData -> Functions of the Google Web Services library
* HttpClinet -> Function library for making HTTP-requests
* IIS -> Functions for IIS server

Make sure that dotNetZip, DotNetJMS, GData, HttpClient and IIS are installed on the server machine, if not installed already.

Installation Instructions

Creating a server

1. Clone the sources and files provided to the “” directory of the repository. The relative location has been chosen in accordance with the installation of the system.

2. Execute the “dotnetlexkitserver.bat” script in the directory “” of the system.

3. Start the server and open the port configured in “end.properties”.

4. Start the database server. Execute the “dotnetlexkitserver.bat” script in the directory “” of the system.

5. Start the database. Execute the “dotnetlexkitserver.bat” script in the directory “” of the system.

6. Start the dictionary editor. Execute the “dotnetlexkitserver.bat” script in the directory “” of the system.

Creating a client

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*An XML based dictionary, dictionary or thesaurus content management system.
*A true client-server system, a client does not need to be downloaded to use the dictionary.
*A true cross-platform system.
*Build your own version of Lexkit Free Download without coding.
*Use it for your own purposes.
*Free, open source software.

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Lexkit is a client/server-based, free dynamic generic dictionary application that allows users to add and edit entries using an easy-to-use editor.
The user interface consists of a list of entries called a lexicon that can be sorted alphabetically, by time of publication, or a specific context.
More information on Lexkit is available at

The core of Lexkit is a dictionary database or lexicon that allows words and definitions to be entered and managed for the dictionary.
The editor allows the entry of meta-information about the dictionary, such as the lexicon title and versions, as well as definitions (and definitions for translations).
Meta-information is used to provide context-dependent tasks to the dictionary, such as completion of the (multiple) related entries, or to display the result of particular queries.
In addition, the system allows a user to add in-depth documents for the dictionary, such as a primer or related words.

Lexkit is built on XML. The database itself consists of several components, including a definition and meaning database that stores the main dictionary, as well as component dictionary databases that store translations for the main dictionary.

The core program is written in C# and uses several libraries, including Lucene, Velocity and Atomikos. The client and server components are written in both C# and Java.
The client is a portable application written in C# and uses the Mono platform.

Lexkit is compatible with all operating systems that have a C# compiler, such as Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

The server is also available as a Windows service that can be installed on Windows Server (2003 and 2008).


The client is available for Windows and Mac OS X.
A Linux version is available as a source code.

To install Lexkit on a Windows system, open a PowerShell window and paste the following commands into it:

curl -s | tar xvzf –
cd LexKit-3_1_dlls

What’s New In Lexkit?

Lexkit is a versatile generic dictionary content management system that has the ability to display, edit and search a variety of data.

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OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32 bit and 64 bit)
Processor: Pentium (486) or equivalent
Memory: 512 MB RAM required
Graphics: Pentium 3D (Panther G) or equivalent
DirectX: Version 8 or newer
Hard Drive: 10 MB available space
Sound Card: Minimum 32 bit and in stereo
DVD Drive: DVD-ROM drive with compatible media
Other: Internet access and an email account


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