Verbiste is a completely free and open source graphical software implemented as a library, two command-line utilities (can also be used with another program), and a GNOME applet, providing a French conjugation software for GNU/Linux operating systems.
Allows users to easily conjugate verbs
With the Verbiste software, you will be able to easily conjugate verbs, as well as to analyze conjugated verbs to determine their tense, person, and mode, via a text field in the GNOME Panel. Its XML-based knowledge base contains over 7,000 French verbs.
Contains over 7000 French verbs
Verbiste is a powerful French conjugation software that includes approximately 7000 French verbs. It has been designed from the ground up to allow users to select their preferred language for searching a verb.
Getting started with Verbiste
To install and use the Verbiste application on your GNU/Linux operating system, you will have to download the latest release (native installers for the Fedora distributions are available), save the package on your Home directory and unpack it using any archive manager utility or double click the RPM package to install it).
Assuming you’re installing Verbiste on a non-Fedora OS, you must open a Terminal emulator, navigate to the location where you’ve extracted the source package (e.g. cd /home/softpedia/verbiste-0.1.41) and run the ‘./configure && make’ command to configure and compile the program. After a successful compilation, install it system wide by running the ‘sudo make install’ command.