Friday, July 10, 2015

Using Google Translate in your command line

It sounds pretty cool huh? Yes, it is. This project brings the translation service of Google down to your command line:

1. Install translate-shell the easiest way:

$ cd /some/path/
$ wget
$ chmod +x ./trans

2. Add /some/path/ to your PATH:

$ nano ~/.bashrc


$ source ~/.bashrc

3. Start translating, example:

$ trans fr:vi "je t'aime"

the result will be:

je t'aime

tôi yêu bạn

Translations of je t'aime
[ Français -> Tiếng Việt ]

je aime te
    tôi yêu bạn, anh yêu em, tôi yêu em, I love you, Em yêu anh

For more command, please read the instructions at: