Hi, taking advantage of a word list composed from one million words of a Portuguese newspaper, I filtered, and filtered and filtered the garbage (and I have a strong idea it still has a lot of garbage), to generate a Portuguese dictionary for OpenMoko’s Illume keyboard.
Since UTF-8 support is still borked, I have replaced special characters like é with a plain e. Yeah, it’s like using an US keyboard for writing Portuguese, but one’s gotta work with the eggs one has in order to make an omelet.
Enjoy: Portuguese (ASCII).dic
bunzip2 "Portuguese (ASCII)-0.1.0.dic.bz2" scp "Portuguese (ASCII)-0.1.0.dic" email@example.com:Portuguese\ \(ASCII\).dic ssh firstname.lastname@example.org mv Portuguese\ \(ASCII\).dic \ /usr/lib/enlightenment/modules/illume/dicts/Portuguese\ \(ASCII\).dic
With a lot of thanks to Alberto Simões for pointing me to http://www.linguateca.pt/ACDC/ and Rasterman for the hints about the (quite simple) file format.