GConjugue is a graphical user interface for conjugue, a program that conjugates Portuguese verbs as spoken in Brazil.
Gconjugue doesn't conjugate any verb. It's only a graphical front end to conjugue, a free software developed by Ricardo Ueda Karpischek that conjugates Portuguese verbs as spoken in Brazil.
Gconjugue runs conjugue and save the result in a temporary file which is, then, shown to you. Conclusion: you need conjugue installed in your computer to make gconjugue useful.
Some GNU/Linux distros include conjugue in a package called brazilian-conjugate.
tar -xvzf gconjugue-0.2.tar.gz
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This version has been ported to GTK+ 3.