WOLF is freeware, however, the author, Dan Harvey, retains full copyright privileges to this software. You may install this software on as many computers you want but you may not sell or reverse engineer it for profit. Our hope is that this software prove useful, but we do not provide any guarantees of its suitability for any purpose. By downloading this software, you agree to abide by the terms just described. Please contact Dan Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or comments regarding permissible use.
WOLF version 2.1 adds the ability to ouptut dictionaries as html, rtf, and pdf files using the active
user defined template.
WOLF Version 2.0 added the following features.
If you are upgrading from WOLF version 1.0, version 1.1 has a slightly different file format. Wolf 2.1's fille format should be the same as version 1.1. To be safe however, before installing the new version, first use the WOLF export option () to first archive your current dictionaries. After the install, you can retrieve your dictionaries using the WOLF import option ().
|Windows Systems||Windows Installer - 32 bit version||After the download, click to install The WOLF application||Windows Systems||Windows Installer - 64 bit version||After the download, click to install The WOLF application|
|Mac/OS Systems with Java pre-installed||MAC package install
||Mac/OS 10.7 and before come with Java pre-installed. Later versions may have Java installed if done manually. After the download, click on the dmg file, and an installer program will appear. Click to automatically install the WOLF application.|
|Mac/OS Systems without Java pre-installed||MAC package install
||Mac/OS 10.8 and after might not have Java pre-installed. For these systems, use this download link. After the download, click on the dmg file, and an installer program will appear. Click to automatically install the WOLF application.|
|Linux Systems||Linux .tar.gz bundle
||After the download, uncompress and save in a safe place; Wolf is the executable (within the Wolf/wolf 2.1 directory). Make sure that you have Java version 1.7 or later installed on your system. To make a symbolic link, use the ln command from the Linux command line.|