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       sdcv - console version of StarDict program


       sdcv [ options ] [list of words]


       sdcv  is  a  simple,  cross-platform  text-based  utility for working with dictionaries in
       StarDict format.  Each word from "list of words" may be a string with a  leading  '/'  for
       using  a  Fuzzy  search  algorithm, with a leading '|' for using full-text search, and the
       string may contain '?' and '*' for regexp  search.   It  works  in  interactive  and  non-
       interactive  mode.   To  exit from interactive mode press Ctrl+D.  In interactive mode, if
       sdcv was compiled with readline library support, you can use the UP and DOWN keys to cycle
       through history.


       -h  --help
               Display help message and exit

       -v --verbose
               Display version and exit

       -l --list-dicts
               Display list of available dictionaries and exit

       -u --use-dict filename
               For search use only dictionary with this bookname

       -n --non-interactive
               For use in scripts

       -x --only-data-dir
               For  use  in scripts: only use the dictionaries in data-dir, do not search in user
               and system directories

       -e --exact-search
               Do not fuzzy-search for similar words, only return exact matches

       -j --json
               Print the results of list-dicts and searches as json, not as plain text.  For  use
               in automatically processing the results of a dictionary lookup.

               Force sdcv to not convert to locale charset, output in utf8

               Force sdcv to not convert from locale charset, assume that input is in utf8

       --data-dir path/to/directory
               Use  this  directory  as  the path to the stardict data directory. This means that
               sdcv searches for dictionaries in data-dir/dic directory.

       --color Use ANSI escape codes for colorizing sdcv output (does not work with json output).




              Place where sdcv expects to find dictionaries.  Instead of  /usr/share/stardict/dic
              you  can  use  any  directory  you want, just set the STARDICT_DATA_DIR environment
              variable.  For example, if you have dictionaries  in  /mnt/data/stardict-dicts/dic,
              set STARDICT_DATA_DIR to /mnt/data/stardict-dicts.


              This  file  includes  the  last $(SDCV_HISTSIZE) words, which you sought with sdcv.
              SDCV uses this file only if it was compiled with readline library support.


              This is a text file containing one dictionary bookname per line.  It  specifies  in
              which order the results of a search should be shown.


       Environment Variables Used By sdcv:

       STARDICT_DATA_DIR   If set, sdcv uses this variable as the data directory, this means that
                           sdcv searches dictionaries in $STARDICT_DATA_DIR\dic

       SDCV_HISTSIZE       If set, sdcv writes in $(HOME)/.sdcv_history the last $(SDCV_HISTSIZE)
                           words,  which  you look up using sdcv. If it is not set, then the last
                           2000 words are saved in $(HOME)/.sdcv_history.

       SDCV_PAGER          If SDCV_PAGER is set, its value is used as the name of the program  to
                           use to display the dictionary article.


       Email  bug  reports  to  dushistov  at  mail  dot  ru.  Be sure to include the word "sdcv"
       somewhere in the "Subject:" field.


       Evgeniy A. Dushistov, Hu Zheng