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Details on how to set up your build system and how to set up environment variables to run Artikulate please refer to:
 
Details on how to set up your build system and how to set up environment variables to run Artikulate please refer to:
* [[Projects/Edu/Artikulate/BuildAndInstall|How To Build Artikulate from sources]]
 
 
* [[Projects/Edu/Artikulate/BuildAndInstall|Prepering Your System]]
 
* [[Projects/Edu/Artikulate/BuildAndInstall|Prepering Your System]]
===Getting data files (artikulate-data repository)===
 
All course material for Artikulate can be found and edited in the following repository:
 
* https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/edu/artikulate-data
 
For licensing information please see:
 
* https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/edu/artikulate-data/repository/revisions/master/entry/README
 
You can contribute to this repository with a KDE Developer account. But also if you do not have a KDE Developer account (yet), we are happy to get contributions. For those cases, please write to the mailing list [mailto:kde-edu@kde.org].
 
 
==== Using the Repository Directly in Artikulate ====
 
To work with Artikulate directly at this course material repository please create a local copy of it (git clone). Then start Artikulate and go to the dialog "Settings" (top-left button) and select the root folder of your local copy in that dialog as your course material repository. After restarting Artikulate the training mode as well as the editor mode operate only on the data from the repository.
 
  
 
==Course material and workflow explained==
 
==Course material and workflow explained==

Revision as of 13:12, 26 June 2013

Contents

Artikulate Technical Guide

Artikulate is a learning software that helps improving pronunciation skills. This is a manual for developers and course data contributors.

Buliding Artikulate from sources

Currently it is necessary for every contributor to compile and install Artikulate by herself/himself. Having an up to date KDE SC system in your distribution (KDE SC >= 4.10) makes this rather simple.

Details on how to set up your build system and how to set up environment variables to run Artikulate please refer to:

Course material and workflow explained

For details on course material and the general workflow of contribution please refer to:

Editing course skeletons

For details on how to edit or add course skeletons to Artikulate please refer to:

Editing language courses

For details on how to edit or add new language courses please refer to:


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