Verbiste is a French conjugation system. It contains a C++ library, two programs that can be run from the command line or from another program, and a GNOME application. This application shows a text field in the GNOME Panel where the user can enter a conjugated verb and obtain its complete conjugation. The knowledge base is represented in XML and contains over 7000 French verbs. A TRS-80 Color Computer version is also available.
0.1.4701 Oct 2019 00:44
This version fixes typos in the models for verbs léser, crémer, recéper and receper, and gives the right conjugation model to verb référencier. It also improves the portability of the "make check" commands, namely for versions of make that start commands with the shell's -e option.
0.1.4509 Oct 2017 20:26
This version is compilable with C++ compilers that do not support exception specifications.
0.1.4421 Nov 2016 02:59
The conjugation of verb croître has been fixed. Verb recroître has been added. Options --mode and --tense now accept a comma-separated list of modes or tenses respectively. A command-line option --data-dir has been added to allow the user to specify an XML data directory other than the default one.
0.1.4213 Sep 2015 16:38
Two memory leaks have been resolved. Several verbs have been added to the Italian dictionary.
0.1.4107 Dec 2014 17:08
A user has ported the GNOME 2 applet to MATE. Verb choir now has a second present participle: cheyant. Verb sevrer has been fixed. The name of the conjugation model now appears in the results of the graphical application. The latter now points to the Wikizionario when the verb is in Italian.