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gNiall attempts to learn whatever language you try to teach it. It is basically a disassociator: it collects statistics on sentences you type and tries to construct meaningful replies. The original Niall, by a guy called Matthew Peck, was an Amiga program which I liked, so I rewrote it for the GNOME desktop environment.

License

gNiall is released under the terms and conditions of the GNU General Public License.

Requirements

To run gNiall, it is necessary have the GNOME libraries installed on your system. Most recent Linux distributions come with the necessary libraries installed - RedHat 6.x or Slackware 7 to name but two - although it is generally a good idea to upgrade to the latest versions.

Forums

gNiall has forums for general discussion, help requests and suggestions. Please feel free to use them.

Mailing Lists

gNiall has two mailing lists: gniall-announce@lists.sourceforge.net which is solely for announcements of new releases, and gniall-general@lists.sourceforge.net which is for general discussion.

Project Page

This project is hosted on SourceForge courtesy of VA Linux. Due to their hard work, gNiall has mailing lists, forums, bug-tracking and a host of other stuff: visit the gNiall project page and have a look.

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Web stuff (C) Copyright 2000 Gary Benson. Last updated: 15 September 2000