This extension saves and reads files in the XML format. The structure of the document is presented in the example below:
<dictionary> <group> <baseValue>Bolesław Prus</baseValue> <value>Aleksander Głowacki</value> </group> <group> <baseValue>Adam Mickiewicz</baseValue> </group> <group> <baseValue>Henryk Sienkiewicz</baseValue> </group> </dictionary>
The root of the document is the
<dictionary> tag. Inside, there are subsequent groups (
<group> tags). Every group must conatin a
<baseValue> tag with the name of the group (that is, its base value). Possible synonyms can be added in
Since the extension is very simple, it can easily be used for moving and copying the content of dictionaries within a library (for example, to another language or attribute) or among dLibra libraries. However, since the notation format is not a standard, any communication with systems of other types will usually require processing XML files with the use of additional tools.
The extension is not configurable.