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-Version 2.4 (01/09/2007) (dd/mm/yyyy)
+Version 3.3 (21/09/2010) (dd/mm/yyyy)
 
-Home page: http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki
+# Dizionario italiano - Italian Dictionary
+# Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Gianluca Turconi
+# Copyright (C) 2002, 2003, 2004 Gianluca Turconi and Davide Prina
+# Copyright (C) 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007  Davide Prina
+# Copyright (C) 2010  Andrea Pescetti
+# E-Mail: pescetti<AT>openoffice<DOT>org
+# License: GNU GPL 3
+# Home: http://extensions.services.openoffice.org/project/dict-it
 
-For English Readers: please see the text at the end of this document
+For English Readers: please scroll down for English version.
 
 **********************************
 ***********  Italiano  ***********
 **********************************
 
-Il dizionario italiano
-
 SOMMARIO
 
 1. Licenza
-2. Avvertenze importanti (leggere assolutamente)
-3. Modalit� d'installazione in OpenOffice.org
-4. Integrazione con altri prodotti
-5. Altri correttori ortografici che fanno uso di questo dizionario
-6. Ringraziamenti
+2. Integrazione con altri prodotti e correttori ortografici
+3. Ringraziamenti
 
+1. Licenza
+----------
+Il file affix e il dizionario italiano per il correttore ortografico
+MySpell usato da OpenOffice.org sono rilasciati da Andrea Pescetti
+pescetti<at>openoffice<dot>org (sostituire <at> con @ e <dot> con . per
+il contatto via E-Mail) sotto i termini e le condizioni della GNU
+General Public License (GPL) 3. Una volta accettata la licenza per
+l'uso, la distribuzione e la modifica di questo prodotto, l'accettante
+dovrà rispettare tutti i termini e le condizioni riportate nella
+licenza scelta.
 
-**********
-1. Licenza
+Una copia della licenza applicabile a questo lavoro è disponibile in
+coda al presente file.
 
-Il file affix e il dizionario italiano per il correttore ortografico MySpell
-usato da OpenOffice.org sono rilasciati da Davide Prina
-davideprina<at>yahoo<dot>com (sostituire <at> con @ e <dot> con . per il
-contatto via E-Mail) sotto i termini e le condizioni della GNU General Public
-License (GPL) 3.0 o successiva. Una volta accettata la licenza per
-l'uso, la distribuzione e la modifica di questo prodotto, l'accettante dovr�
-rispettare tutti i termini e le condizioni riportate nella licenza scelta.
-
-La copia della licenza applicabile a questo lavoro � disponibile presso il sito
-del progetto GNU:
-
-http://www.gnu.org/
-
-La licenza � anche allegata nel file it_IT_COPYING
-
-************************************************
-2. Avvertenze importanti (leggere assolutamente)
-
-A partire da OpenOffice.org 1.1, il dizionario italiano per la correzione
-ortografica � direttamente integrato nella suite e perci� non necessita pi� di
-alcuna installazione manuale. L'unico problema � che non � aggiornato all'ultima
-versione e quindi � consigliato effettuare l'aggiornamento manuale o automatico
-ad ogni nuova versione rilasciata, come � indicato di seguito.
-
-� opportuno verificare che il dizionario sia attivo, selezionando dalla barra
-dei men� Strumenti->Opzioni->Impostazione Lingua->Lingue e controllando che
-sotto lingue standard/Occidentale, l'opzione di scelta "Italiano (Italia)" sia
-selezionata e abbia al suo fianco un segno di spunta sormontato dalle lettere
-ABC.
-
-Nel caso il correttore non risultasse attivo, � sufficiente scegliere dalla
-barra dei men� Strumenti->Opzioni->Impostazione Lingua->Linguistica e dopo avere
-premuto sul pulsante "Modifica" della finestra di dialogo, attivarlo seleziondo
-l'apposita voce.
-
-Se tuttavia il correttore non risultasse ancora attivo o nell'eventualit� che si
-voglia aggiornare la versione del dizionario installata � possibile utilizzare
-le procedure di installazione indicate oltre.
-
-� vivamente consigliato l'aggiornamento del dizionario perch� le ultime versioni
-contengono molte correzioni rispetto alle precedenti e sono meno esose di
-risorse.
-
-******************************************************************************
-3. Modalit� d'installazione (procedura corretta a partire dalla versione 641c)
-
-Ulteriore documentazione pu� essere trovata qui: 
-http://linguistico.sourceforge.net/wiki
-
-Esistono principalmente due modalit� per installare il dizionario italiano:
-
-a) in automatico, grazie a due comodi installer creati da membri della comunit�
-   che si occupano di tutte le fasi dell'installazione.
-
-Nota: non � detto che l'aggiornamento automatico prelevi l'ultima versione del
-      dizionario, in alcuni casi potrebbe addirittura installare una versione
-      pi� vecchia rispetto a quella presente sul proprio sistema.
-      L'installazione manuale/semimanuale � quella sempre corretta ed � molto
-      semplice da effettuare.
-
-La versione per MS Windows si trova su 
-
-http://www.ooodocs.org/dictinstall/
-
-Mentre la versione per Linux � reperibile presso
-
-http://www.deadletterdrop.worldonline.co.uk/OOo/
-
-oppure
-
-http://ooodi.sourceforge.net/
-
-Nelle ultime versioni l'installatore dei dizionari � gi� inserito in OOo e
-quindi � possibile effettuare un'installazine semiautomatica seguendo i seguenti
-punti:
-* scaricare l'ultima versione del dizionario da
-  http://sourceforge.net/projects/linguistico/
-  andando sulla sezione download
-
-  Nota: � possibile prendere il file pi� recente contenuto in:
-	- Strumenti Linguistici DicOOo <- contiene sia il dizionario che il
-	                                  thesaurus, per� bisogna scegliere il
-					  pacchetto corretto rispetto alla
-					  propria versione di OOo (2.0 o 1.1.x)
-
-* aprire qualsiasi documento di OOo od il contenitore soffice
-* dal men�: File->Pilota automatico->Installa nuovi dizionari
-  Nota: il documento contiene una macro necessaria per l'installazione
-        automatica
-* selezionare l'italiano
-* premere il bottone Avvia DicOOo
-* mettere il check su "Installazione pacchetto linguistico off-line"
-* premere sul bottone "sfoglia", cercare e selezionare il file scaricato nel
-  primo punto
-* selezionare gli strumeti linguistici che si vogliono installare
-
-b) manualmente
-I nuovi dizionari sono scaricabili da qui:
-http://sourceforge.net/projects/linguistico/ 
-nella sezione download -> "Dizionario italiano per OOo"
-
-Scompattate il file compresso (.zip, tar.gz, bzip,...) nella directory/cartella
-corretta; tale directory dipende dal sistema operativo usato e dalla propria
-versione di OOo (per visualizzare la propria versione � sufficiente aprire un
-documento di OOo, aprire il men� ? e selezionare la voce "Informazioni su
-OpenOffice.org ...)
-
-Per Debian GNU/Linux: /usr/share/myspell/dict
-
-Per le versioni ufficiali Sun:
-* per le versioni maggiori o uguale alla 1.0.1 la directory su windows �:
-  <Directory di installazione di OpenOffice.org>/share/dict/ooo
-* per le versioni inferiori alla versione 1.0.1 la directory �:
-  <Directory di installazione di OpenOffice.org>/user/wordbook/
-
-Se il vostro sistema operativo � differente e/o non riuscite a trovare la
-directory in cui effettuare l'installazione, allora � possibile cercare il file
-dictionary.lst; la directory dove trovare questo file � quella in cui dovete
-installare il dizionario.
-
-Aprite in un qualsiasi editor di testo il file dictionary.lst che troverete
-nella cartella citata precedentemente, in modo da poter inserire il codice
-della lingua e della regione che vi interessa. 
-
-Per esempio: 
-nel vostro editor di testo aggiungete questa linea al file dictionary.lst:
-
-DICT it IT it_IT 
-
-ATTENZIONE: la riga sopra indicata non deve iniziare con il simbolo #,
-altrimenti l'istruzione � commentata e di conseguenza non � eseguita.
-� indispensabile che siano rispettati i caratteri maiuscoli e minuscoli come
-riportato nell'esempio, altrimenti non funziona. Inoltre � consigliabile
-controllare che tale riga sia presente una sola volta nel file, altrimenti il
-dizionario verr� caricato pi� volte (una volta per ogni riga presente) causando
-uno spreco di memoria RAM e l'inconveniente di fornire pi� volte gli stessi
-suggerimenti alle parole errate.
-
-Quindi salvate il file con le vostre modifiche.
-I significati dei vari campi sono:
-
-Campo 1: Tipo di stringa: "DICT" , al momento � l'unica voce disponibile.
-Campo 2: Codice linguistico "it" o "de" o "en" ...(vedi Codici Linguistici ISO)
-Campo 3: Codice Regionale "IT" o"DE" o "US" ... (vedi Codici Regionali ISO)
-Campo 4: Il nome del dizionario da utilizzare "it_IT" o "it_CH" o ... 
-         Senza aggiungere le estensioni .aff o .dic dei files. Questa voce �
-	 particolarmente utile se vogliamo creare i nostri dizionari
-	 specialistici. Per esempio it_INFORMATICA o it_DIRITTO. Sar�
-	 sufficiente aggiungere un'altra linea al file dictionary.lst cambiando
-	 solo il nome del dizionario e il correttore ortografico di
-	 OpenOffice.org controller� i vostri documenti usando in successione
-	 tutti i dizionari elencati e presenti nella cartella wordbook per la
-	 lingua italiana.
-
-Ora � necessario chiudere tutte le applicazione di OpenOffice.org attive,
-compreso il quick start. Questo passo serve per permettere ad OOo di vedere le
-modifiche apportate e di utilizzarle.
-
-Successivamente :
-
-1) Aprite un nuovo documento di OpenOffice.org e scegliete dalla barra dei men�
-   il comando:
-   Strumenti->Opzioni->Impostazioni Lingua->Lingue 
-   (Tools->Options->Language settings->Languages nella versione inglese)
-2) Impostate nell'elenco a discesa che vedete sulla destra la lingua italiana
-   quale linguaggio di default per i vostri documenti
-3) selezionando l'elemento Linguistica (Writing Aids) che troverete nella
-   sezione Impostazioni Lingua (Language Settings) e premendo il tasto di
-   modifica della sezione Moduli Linguistici Disponibili (Available language
-   modules) collocato sulla destra della finestra di dialogo, potrete accedere
-   alla sezione che vi permetter� di impostare il correttore in italiano. Sar�
-   sufficiente scegliere la nostra lingua dall'elenco a discesa che mostra tutti
-   i dizionari disponibili nella Suite, facendo attenzione a selezionare con un
-   segno di spunta, la funzione di correzione ortografica nel riquadro
-   immediatamente sottostante l'elenco a discesa.
-
-Attenzione: La denominazione dei comandi di men� o delle finestre pu� subire
-modifiche o la loro collocazione pu� essere modificata nel passaggio da una
-versione ad un'altra. 
-
-Attenzione: gli utenti di OpenOffice.org per MS Windows, devono riavviare anche
-il quickstarter della Suite, la piccola icona con i gabbiani (versione 1.0 o
-superiore) che dovrebbe apparire sulla System Tray nell'angolo in basso a destra
-dello schermo, proprio a fianco dell'orologio di sistema. � sufficiente cliccare
-col tasto destro del mouse sull'icona e scegliere esci o exit dal men� di
-contesto. Successivamente, si dovr� effettuare l'installazione del dizionario,
-mantenendo disattivato il quickstarter durante tutta la procedura, chiudere il
-documento dal quale si sono modificate le opzioni generali e riaprirne uno nuovo
-per verificare il funzionamento del correttore italiano. 
-
-Questo � tutto, il correttore ortografico in italiano dovrebbe funzionare in
-modo adeguato.
-
-
-**********************************
-4. Integrazione con altri prodotti
-
-Il dizionario italiano pu� essere usato con vari programmi.
+2. Integrazione con altri prodotti e correttori ortografici
+-----------------------------------------------------------
+Il dizionario italiano può essere usato con vari programmi.
 Qui di seguito ne vengono riportati alcuni:
 * OpenOffice.org: in modo nativo
   Caratteristiche: controllo ortografico durante la digitazione o su richiesta
   http://it.openoffice.org
+* Mozilla Thunderbird e Firefox: in modo nativo
+  http://www.mozilla.org
+* Evolution: in modo nativo
+  http://projects.gnome.org/evolution/
+* Pidgin: in modo nativo
+  http://pidgin.im/
 
-* Mozilla-ThunderBird (� un client di posta): in modo nativo
-  Caratteristiche: controllo ortografico solo su richiesta)
-  http://www.mozilla.org/products/thunderbird/
-* Mozilla (browser con client di posta): in modo nativo
-  Caratteristiche: controllo ortografico solo su richiesta
-  http://www.mozilla.org
-* Mozilla-FireFox (� un browser): con l'estensione SpellBound
-  Caratteristiche: controllo ortografico durante la digitazione o su richiesta
-  Nota: il dizionario � installato in una directory differente
-  http://spellbound.sourceforge.net/
-* Mozilla-ThunderBird (� un client di posta): con l'estensione Thunderbird
-  In-Line SpellChecker
-  Caratteristiche: controllo ortografico durante la digitazione
-  http://www.supportware.net/mozilla/#ext8
-
-* vim: � possibile convertire un dizionario per MySpell in modo da poter essere
-  usato direttamente anche da vim. Per ora tale funzionalit� � disponibile solo
-  sulla versione in sviluppo di vim.
-
-* gaim
-
-Nota: � possibile scaricarsi i dizionari anche dal sito di mozilla (ma non �
-      detto che siano aggiornati all'ultima versione): http://www.mozdev.org/
-
-* ...
-
-
-******************************************************************
-5. Altri correttori ortografici che fanno uso di questo dizionario
-
-Questo dizionario pu� essere usato dai seguenti programmi di correzione
+Questo dizionario può essere usato dai seguenti programmi di correzione
 ortografica:
 * MySpell. http://lingucomponent.openoffice.org
 * Aspell. http://aspell.net
 * HunSpell. http://hunspell.sf.net
 
+3. Ringraziamenti 
+-----------------
+I volontari della Comunità OpenOffice.org e del PLIO http://www.plio.it
+hanno partecipato attivamente al controllo di qualità del contenuto
+dell'attuale dizionario per la correzione ortografica. Con questa
+sezione si vuole rendere merito a tutti coloro che hanno collaborato
+in questa attività.
 
-************************************************
-6. Ringraziamenti 
-
-Gli utenti di un elaboratore di testi, come di qualunque altra applicazione
-software che utilizzi un correttore ortografico, spesso sottovalutano il lavoro
-necessario per produrre questo strumento fondamentale. I problemi sono molti:
-la lingua italiana non � statica, ma in continua evoluzione; semplici errori di
-digitazione in un dizionario digitale possono portare a gravi conseguenze sul
-funzionamento del correttore; ci� che si usa correntemente nella lingua parlata
-non sempre � corretto in quella scritta.
-
-Proprio per ovviare a tali difficolt�, i volontari della Comunit� OpenOffice.org
-hanno partecipato attivamente al controllo di qualit� del contenuto dell'attuale
-dizionario per la correzione ortografica. Con questa sezione si vuole rendere
-merito a tutti coloro che hanno collaborato in questa attivit�.
-
-� possibile vedere l'elenco dei volontari all'interno del file AUTHOURS
+Versione 3.3
+- Andrea Pescetti, maintainer
+- Paolo Mantovani, struttura dell'estensione
+- Carlo Strata, suggerimenti e segnalazione di errori
+- Renzo Bianchi, grafica
+Versione 2.4
+- Davide Prina per la manutenzione di numerose versioni, fino alla 2.4
+- Daniela Volta per il supporto linguistico
+- Valter Mura per il supporto linguistico
+Versione 2.3
+- Daniela Volta per il supporto linguistico
+- Andrea Sanavia per l'aiuto nella gestione del sito su sourceforge
+- Valter Mura per il supporto linguistico, segnalazione di errori, per
+  l'aiuto nei controlli per la correzione delle parole elise e per
+  l'estrapolazione di parole contenute in circa 850 verbi inizianti per
+  vocale (attualmente [09/04/2006] sono state applicate le modifiche
+  per poco più di 150 di questi)
+- Daniela dell'Aquila per il supporto linguistico e segnalazione di
+  errori
+- Michela Merlo per la segnalazione di alcuni errori
+Versioni da 1.7 a 2.1
+- Riccardo Caverni e Marco Saba aka Metropolinux (i più meritevoli,
+  hanno contribuito alla correzione di più di 4000 vocaboli); 
+- Edgardo Lugaresi, Marco Ciacci, Claudio Rampini, Elisa Calcagni,
+  Carlo aka Cadfael, Giuseppe Delli Santi, Fabio Bossi aka bioFa,
+  Giovanni Molteni (menzione speciale, più di 1000 controlli);
+- Ugo Bresolin, Carlo Facci, Silvio Bacchetta, Giuseppe Lettieri aka
+  Peterpunk, Pierluigi Andreoli, Massimiliano Vessi, Giuseppe Santo
+  Barile, Riccardo Furlan (Fsug-Venezia), Marco Menardi, Alex De Maria
+  aka ADBlues, Claudia Ginocchio, Isaac (Fsug-Venezia), Andrea
+  Spitaleri aka XspiriX, Mr. Crocodile, Joram, Daniele Vazzola aka
+  Vazzo, Marco Spigolon, Mr Coke, Stefano Dal Pra, Giacomo Magnini,
+  Giuseppe Garzotto aka double-g, Alberto (Fsug-Venezia), Mike, Andrea
+  Dieni aka daigo, Paolo Bolettieri, Paolo Finetti, Umberto Bertolini,
+  Roberta Annoni, Gianmaria Visconti, Angelo Conforti aka angeloxx,
+  Oliver Maurizio, Michele Bariani, Filippo Spanò Felipe, Mariangela
+  Pansini, Galblait, Salvatore Comito aka Linuxino, Eugenio, Massimo,
+  Rossella Diomede, Mauro Bonetti (in ordine di controlli effettuati).
 
 
 **********************************
 INDEX
 
 1. License
-2. Warnings (to read absolutely)
-3. How to install it in OpenOffice.org
-4. Others product that can use this dictionary
-5. Other spell checking program that can use this dictionary
-6. Thanks
+2. Other products and spell checkers that can use this dictionary
+3. Acknowledgements
 
+1. License
+----------
+The Italian dictionary and affix file for the MySpell spell-checker
+used by OpenOffice.org are released by Andrea Pescetti
+pescetti<at>openoffice<dot>org (please change <at> with @ and <dot>
+with . in order to contact the authors) under the terms and conditions
+of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3. Any user must obey
+these licensing terms.
 
-**********
-1. License
+A copy of the license is at the end of this file.
 
-The Italian dictionary and affix file for the MySpell spell-checker used by
-OpenOffice.org are released by Davide Prina davideprina<at>yahoo<dot>com (please
-change <at> with @ and <dot> with . in order to contact the authors) under the
-terms and conditions of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3.0 or
-above. The user, distributor and/or programmer after accept this license when
-he/she uses, distributes and/or modifies these files. He/she must agree with
-every term and condition included in the chosen license.
-
-A copy of the licenses applicable to this work is available at:
-
-http://www.gnu.org/
-
-A copy of the license is in the GPL.txt file
-
-
-********************************
-2. Warnings (to read absolutely)
-
-Warning: Since the release of OpenOffice.org 1.1 the Italian dictionary is
-directly integrated into the applications and so it doesn't need any manual
-installation. Probably in OpenOffice.org there is not the last version so it is
-better to install it as show below. It is a good norm to verify that the
-dictionary has been activate. You can do so simply by selecting from the menu
-bar Tools->Options->Language Settings->Languages and by checking that the item
-"Italian (italy)" is selected and a slash with the letters ABC is displayed to
-its side.
-
-If the dictionary is not activated yet, you can perform this action by selecting
-from the menu bar Tools->Options->Language Settings->Writing Aids and by
-clicking on the "Edit..." button you will find in the dialog window. In the new
-dialog that will appear, you can activate the dictionary.
-
-In the case the dictionary doesn't still work or you wish to upgarde the version
-of your installed dictionary you can follow the procedures explained below.
-
-
-**************************************
-3. How to install it in OpenOffice.org
-
-Note: new dictionary versions are avaiable from here: 
-http://sourceforge.net/projects/linguistico/
-
-a) To install these dictionaries in OOo build 641c and greater:
-   A. Unzip the dictionary files, *.aff and *.dic, 
-      into your <OpenOffice.org>\user\wordbook\*.* directory
-
-Attention: since OpenOffice.org 1.0.1 the right folder for the dictionary is
-           <OpenOffice.org>\share\dict\ooo
-
-   B. Edit the dictionary.lst file that is in that same directory 
-      using any text editor to register a dictionary for a specific 
-      locale (the same dictionary can be registered for multiple locales).
-
-For example: 
-To add the it_IT.zip dictionary under the Italian (Italy) locale to OOo you
-would:
-cd <OpenOffice.org641>\user\wordbook (or <OpenOffice.org>\share\dict\ooo)
-unzip it_IT.zip  
-
-
-b) And then, using any text editor, add the following line to dictionary.lst:
-   DICT it IT it_IT
-
-This line tells OOo to register the affix file it_IT.aff and the wordlist
-it_IT.dic to the locale it IT, which is Italian (Italy). The specific fields of
-this line are:
-
-Field 1: Entry Type "DICT" is the only supported entry type so far
-Field 2: Language code from Locale "en" or "it" or "pt" ...
-	(see {ISO Language Code} page)
-Field 3: Country code from Locale "IT"  ... 
-	(see {ISO Country Code} page)
-Field 4: Root name of Dictionary "italian" or "it_it"  ... 
-	(do not add the .aff or .dic extensions to the name)
-
-
-c) Start up OpenOffice.org. and go to:
-
-Tools->Options->LanguageSettings->WritingAids
-
-Hit "Edit" and use the pull down menu to select your locale, Italy, 
-and then make sure to check the MySpell SpellChecker for that locale. 
-
-That it! Your dictionary is installed and registered for that language.
-
-
-**********************************************
-4. Others product that can use this dictionary
-
+2. Other products and spell checkers that can use this dictionary
+-----------------------------------------------------------------
 The Italian dictionary can be used with many programs.
-Here is some programs that can use this dictionary:
-
+Here is a short list:
 * OpenOffice.org
   spell checking when you type or upon request
   http://it.openoffice.org
-
-* Mozilla-ThunderBird
-  spell checking only upon request
-  http://www.mozilla.org/products/thunderbird/
-* Mozilla con il client di posta: in modo nativo
-  spell checking only upon request
+* Mozilla Thunderbird and Firefox
   http://www.mozilla.org
-* Mozilla-FireFox: with SpellBound extension
-  spell checking when you type or upon request 
-  Note: the dictionary is installed under a different directory
-  http://spellbound.sourceforge.net/
-* Mozilla-ThunderBird: with "Thunderbird In-Line SpellChecker" extension
-  spell checking when you type
-  http://www.supportware.net/mozilla/#ext8
-
-* vim: the MySpell dictionary can be converted and used with the last vim
-  version
-
-Note: you can download dictionary at mozilla site: http://www.mozdev.org/
-
-* ...
-		      
-
-************************************************************
-5. Other spell checking program that can use this dictionary
+* Evolution
+  http://projects.gnome.org/evolution/
+* Pidgin
+  http://pidgin.im/
 
 This dictionary can be used with different spell checking programs:
 * MySpell. http://lingucomponent.openoffice.org
 * Aspell. http://aspell.net
 * HunSpell. http://hunspell.sf.net
 
+3. Acknowledgements
+-------------------
+The volunteers of the OpenOffice.org Community and PLIO
+http://www.plio.it have actively taken part in the quality check of
+this dictionary. With this section, we want to give the right credit
+to all people who have helped in this activity.
 
-*********
-6. Thanks
+Version 3.3
+- Andrea Pescetti, maintainer
+- Paolo Mantovani, extension structure
+- Carlo Strata, suggestions and corrections
+- Renzo Bianchi, graphics
+Version 2.4
+- Davide Prina, maintainer of several versions up to 2.4
+- Daniela Volta
+- Valter Mura
+Version 2.3
+- Daniela Volta
+- Andrea Sanavia
+- Valter Mura
+- Daniela dell'Aquila
+- Michela Merlo
+Versions 1.7 to 2.1
+- Riccardo Caverni and Marco Saba aka Metropolinux (checked more than
+  4000 words);
+- Edgardo Lugaresi, Marco Ciacci, Claudio Rampini, Elisa Calcagni,
+  Carlo aka Cadfael, Giuseppe Delli Santi, Fabio Bossi aka bioFa,
+  Giovanni Molteni (more than 1000 checks);
+- Ugo Bresolin, Carlo Facci, Silvio Bacchetta, Giuseppe Lettieri aka
+  Peterpunk, Pierluigi Andreoli, Massimiliano Vessi, Giuseppe Santo
+  Barile, Riccardo Furlan (Fsug-Venezia), Marco Menardi, Alex De Maria
+  aka ADBlues, Claudia Ginocchio, Isaac (Fsug-Venezia), Andrea
+  Spitaleri aka XspiriX, Mr. Crocodile, Joram, Daniele Vazzola aka
+  Vazzo, Marco Spigolon, Mr Coke, Stefano Dal Pra, Giacomo Magnini,
+  Giuseppe Garzotto aka double-g, Alberto (Fsug-Venezia), Mike, Andrea
+  Dieni aka daigo, Paolo Bolettieri, Paolo Finetti, Umberto Bertolini,
+  Roberta Annoni, Gianmaria Visconti, Angelo Conforti aka angeloxx,
+  Oliver Maurizio, Michele Bariani, Filippo Spanò Felipe, Mariangela
+  Pansini, Galblait, Salvatore Comito aka Linuxino, Eugenio, Massimo,
+  Rossella Diomede, Mauro Bonetti (in order of checked words).
 
-The users of a word processor, like of whatever application that utilizes a
-spell checker, often underestimate the work needed to produce this basic tool.
-There are a lot of problems: the Italian language is not static, but always
-evolving; simple misspelled words in a digital dictionary can cause several
-problems to the spell checker; what is commonly used in the spoken language, it
-is not always right in the written one.
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-Just to overcome such difficulties, the volunteers of the OpenOffice.org
-Community have actively took part into the quality check of this dictionary
-content. With this section, we want to give the right credit to all people who
-have collaborated in this activity.
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dictionaries/it_IT/README_it_IT_thes.txt

-Version 2.05.e (14/10/2007) (dd/mm/yyyy)
-
-For English Readers: please see the text at the end of this document
-
-**********************************
-***********  Italiano  ***********
-**********************************
-
-Il thesaurus italiano
-
-SOMMARIO
-
-1. Licenza
-2. Avvertenze importanti (leggere assolutamente)
-3. Modalit� di installazione e configurazione in OpenOffice.org
-4. Ringraziamenti
-5. Link/download
-
-
-**********
-1. Licenza
-
-Il thesaurus italiano per il programma MyThes usato da OpenOffice.org �
-distribuito da Daniela Volta, contattabile all'indirizzo e-mail:
-openoffice(chiocciola)keynes(punto)scuole(punto)bo(punto)it e da Davide Prina,
-contattabile all'indirizzo e-mail: davideprina(chiocciola)yanoo(punto)com, 
-sotto i termini e le condizioni della GNU General Public License (GPL)
-versione 3.0 o successiva.
-Una volta accettata la licenza per l'uso, la distribuzione � consentita la
-modifica di questo prodotto, l'accettante dovr� rispettare tutti i termini e le
-condizioni riportate nella licenza scelta.
-
-Dalla versione 2.0 � stato incluso parzialmente anche un altro thesaurus
-presente anche nel programma GPL http://search.mnogo.ru.
-
-Questo thesaurus � stato fornito da Marcello Bianchetti sotto licenza di
-pubblico dominio per l'integrazione con il thesaurus di OOo.
-In ogni caso verr� allegato un file contenente tutti i sinonimi ricavati da
-questo thesaurus nel file: thes_PD.txt
-
-
-************************************************
-2. Avvertenze importanti (leggere assolutamente)
-
-Il presente thesaurus funziona con le versioni di OpenOffice.org (OOo) maggiori
-o uguali della versione 2.0 (comprese alcune delle sue beta nominate 1.9.x)
-
-Il file degli indici � ottenuto con MyThes, disponibile sul sito di OOo.
-
-
-***************************************************************
-3. Modalit� di installazione e configurazione in OpenOffice.org
-
-Se possibile � meglio consultare la guida d'installazione on-line, disponibile
-qui, che di sicuro � pi� aggiornata e completa:
-a) come installare il thesaurus: 
-http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki/doku.php?id=come_installare_un_thesaurus
-b) come aggiornare il thesaurus:
-http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki/doku.php?id=come_aggiornare_un_thesaurus
-
-Per installare il thesaurus occorre seguire i seguenti punti:
-1) copiare i file th_it_IT.* nella directory contenente il file dictionary.lst
-   (questa posizione pu� essere diversa a seconda del sistema operativo in uso
-   e della versione sia del sistema operativo che di OpenOffice.org; per
-   esempio sotto Debian GNU/Linux � attualmente sotto
-   /usr/share/myspell/dict, mentre sotto windows si trova normalmente in una
-   directory con percorso simile a questo \Programmi\OpenOffice\share\dict\ooo)
-2) editare il file di testo dictionary.lst ed aggiungendo la seguente linea
-THES it IT th_it_IT
-3) occorre ora chiudere tutti i processi di OpenOffice.org (compreso il
-   quickstart) per poter caricare il thesaurus appena installato con il prossimo
-   documento aperto di OOo
-
-Occorre successivamente configurare OpenOffice.org affinch� utilizzi il
-thesaurus italiano; per fare questo seguire i seguenti punti:
-1) aprire un qualsiasi programma di OpenOffice.org (per esempio Write)
-2) aprire il men� "Strumenti" e selezionare "Opzioni"
-3) aprire "Impostazioni lingua" (facendo click sul segno "+")
-4) selezionare "Lingue"
-5) impostare l'italiano come lingua predefinita (vedi disegno Lingua.png)
-6) selezionare "Linguistica"
-7) premere il bottone "Modifica ..."
-8) selezionare "Italiano" dal combo box
-9) mettere il check per i check box di:
-   - "Controllo ortografico"
-   - "Sillabazione"
-   - "Sinonimi"
-   Vedere disegno Linguistica-Modifica.png
-10) premere il bottone "Chiudi"
-11) premere il bottone "Ok"
-
-Ora � possibile utilizzare il thesaurus:
-1) editare una parola (es: casa)
-2) posizionarsi su casa e fare una delle seguenti cose:
-   - premere Ctrl-F7
-   - Strumenti->Sinonimi
-Nota: la parola deve essere contenuta nel thesaurus per funzionare l'esempio
-Nota: � possibile anche crearsi un bottone su una barra per la visualizzazione
-      dei sinonimi della parola su cui si � posizionati; per fare questo �
-      sufficiente posizionarsi con il cursore su una barra degli strumenti in
-      una posizione vuota (senza nessun bottone), premere con il tasto destro
-      del mouse e selezionare "Modifica" dal men� pop-up che appare. A questo
-      punto si pu� aprire "Varie" e selezionare il bottone "Sinonimi".
-
-
-*****************
-4. Ringraziamenti
-
-Vedere i file:
-* AUTHORS
-* lettera in inglese.txt
-
-
-******
-5.Link/download
-
-Le ultime versioni del thesaurus, thescoder e tutto quanto riguarda il progetto
-linguistico italiano pu� essere scaricate da qui:
-http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki
-http://sf.net/projects/linguistico
-
-
-**********************************
-***********  English  ************
-**********************************
-
-The Italian Thesaurus
-
-INDEX
-
-1. License
-2. Warnings (to read absolutely)
-3. How to install it in OpenOffice.org
-4. Thanks
-5. Links/downloads
-
-
-**********
-1. License
-
-The Italian thesaurus used by OpenOffice.org are released by Daniela Volta
-openoffice(at)keynes(dot)scuole(dot)bo(dot)it and Davide Prina
-davideprina(at)yahoo(dot)com (please change <at> with @ and
-<dot> with . in order to contact the authors) under the terms and conditions of
-the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3.0 or above. The user,
-distributor and/or programmer after accept this license when he/she uses,
-distributes and/or modifies these files. He/she must agree with every term and
-condition included in the chosen license.
-
-From version 2.0 we have been added a GPL thesaurus found here: 
-http://search.mnogo.ru
-This thesaurus author is Marcello Bianchetti.
-All words added from that thesaurus can be found here: thes_GPL.txt
-
-
-********************************
-2. Warnings (to read absolutely)
-
-The Italian Thesaurus work only with at least OpenOffice.org (OOo) version 2.0.
-
-The index file is created by MyThes, you can find MyThes on the OOo site.
-
-
-**************************************
-3. How to install it in OpenOffice.org
-
-It is best to read the italian documentation found here:
-a) come installare il thesaurus:
-http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki/doku.php?id=come_installare_un_thesaurus
-b) come aggiornare il thesaurus:
-http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki/doku.php?id=come_aggiornare_un_thesaurus
-
-When you have the two binary files you can install they do the following:
-1) copy th_it_IT.* files into the directory with the dictionary.lst file
-2) edit the dictionary.lst file and adding the following line:
-THES it IT th_it_IT
-3) shutdown all the OOo process (also the OOo quickstart) and than start a OOo
-program to have the new Italian thesaurus ready
-
-Now you must configure OpenOffice.org:
-1) open one OOo program (for example Write)
-2) open "Tools" men� and select "Options"
-3) open "Lenguage tools"
-4) select "Lenguage"
-5) set Italian as default lenguage (as show in the file Lingua.png)
-6) select "Linguistic"
-7) press "Modify" button
-8) select "Italian" from the combo box
-9) check all the check box (as show in the file Linguistica-Modifica.png)
-10) press "Close" button
-11) press "Ok"
-
-Now you can use the Italian thesaurus using Ctrl-F7 or Tools->Thesaurus
-	 
-	 
-*********	 
-4. Thanks
-
-You can read thanks in the following files:
-* AUTHORS
-* lettera in inglese.txt
-
-******
-5.Link
-
-Last thesaurus versions and related programs can be found here
-http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki (Italian only)
-http://sf.net/projects/linguistico/
-

dictionaries/it_IT/README_th_it_IT.txt

+Version 3.3 (21/09/2010) (dd/mm/yyyy)
+
+# Dizionario dei sinonimi italiano - Italian Thesaurus
+# Copyright (C) 2004,2005,2006,2007,2008 Daniela Volta
+# Copyright (C) 2008 Giovanni Zuliani
+# Copyright (C) 2006,2007,2008 Davide Prina
+# Copyright (C) 2010  Andrea Pescetti
+# E-Mail: pescetti<AT>openoffice<DOT>org
+# License: GNU GPL 3
+# Home: http://extensions.services.openoffice.org/project/dict-it
+
+For English Readers: please scroll down for English version.
+
+**********************************
+***********  Italiano  ***********
+**********************************
+
+SOMMARIO
+
+1. Licenza
+2. Compatibilità
+3. Ringraziamenti
+
+1. Licenza
+----------
+
+Il thesaurus italiano per il programma MyThes usato da OpenOffice.org è
+distribuito da Andrea Pescetti, contattabile all'indirizzo e-mail:
+pescetti(chiocciola)openoffice(punto)org sotto i termini e le
+condizioni della GNU General Public License (GPL) versione 3.
+Una volta accettata la licenza, l'accettante dovrà rispettare tutti i
+termini e le condizioni riportate nella licenza scelta.
+
+Una copia della licenza applicabile a questo lavoro è disponibile in
+coda al presente file.
+
+Dalla versione 2.0 è stato incluso parzialmente anche un altro
+thesaurus presente anche nel programma GPL http://search.mnogo.ru.
+Questo thesaurus è stato fornito da Marcello Bianchetti sotto licenza
+di pubblico dominio per l'integrazione con il thesaurus di OOo.
+
+2. Compatibilità
+----------------
+
+Il presente thesaurus funziona con le versioni di OpenOffice.org (OOo)
+maggiori o uguali della versione 2.0, comprese alcune delle sue beta
+nominate 1.9.x.
+
+Il file degli indici è ottenuto con MyThes, disponibile sul sito di
+OOo.
+
+3. Ringraziamenti
+-----------------
+Hanno collaborato:
+
+- Versione 3.3: Andrea Pescetti (maintainer), Paolo Mantovani
+  (struttura dell'estensione), Diego Favaro, Renzo Bianchi.
+- Versioni 2.0 - 2.07.gh_2008_02_10: Daniela Volta (coordinatrice dei
+  lavori e responsabile del progetto), Davide Prina (creazione
+  pacchetti, controlli generali finali, allineamento
+  dizionario <-> thesaurus, estrazione controlli, definizioni), Valter
+  Mura e Fernando Nappo (thesaurus 1.x e 2.x); Marcella Audino, Edgardo
+  Lugaresi, Daniele Limonta, Ambrogio Ratti, Piero Graziano (thesaurus
+  1.x e 2.x); Enzo Coacci, Renzo Perer, Lanfranco Fabriani, Renzo
+  Coacci, Giacomo Scocco, Giovanni Zuliani (thesaurus 2.x).
+- Versioni 1.x: Giuseppe Modugno (autore di ThesCoder utilizzato per
+  ottenere i binari del thesaurus per OOo 1.x.y), gli alunni del liceo
+  scientifico dell'Istituto di Istruzione Superiore J.M. Keynes di
+  Castelmaggiore Bologna Classi 3HL, 3GL, 5GL anno scolastico 2003/2004,
+  Prof. Giuseppe Gioffré Florio con la classe 3 A ITC Leonida Rapaci
+  Villa San Giovanni (RC) anno scolastico 2003/2004; Marco Ardito,
+  Valter Ballantini, Paolo Baldi, Luca Baralis, Michele Bariani,
+  Giuseppe Santo Barile, Stefano Battocletti, Luigi Belli, Lorenzo
+  Bellini, Roberto Bellucci, Enrico Benucci, Andrea Bernasconi, Marco
+  Boneff, Massimiliano Borghesi, Enrico Boschi, Laura Brandi, Francesco
+  Brollo, Elisa Calcagni, Fabio Cantoni, Marco Caresia, Paolo
+  Castagnini, Riccardo Caverni, Claudia Ciabatti, Marco Ciacci, Ascanio
+  Colacino, Claudio Colombo, Luigi Conti, Alberto Crescentini,
+  Alessandro Cum, Dario Curvino, Antonio D'Andrea, Alessio Del Ben,
+  Alessandro Della Torre, Vittorio De Zan, Enrico Diacci, Luca Di
+  Gianleonardo, Marco Di Meo, Carlo Dodi, Alessandro Donati, Marco
+  Faenzi Vallés, Andrea Favini, Carlo Ferrari, Fabio Ferriccioli,
+  Massimo Forti, Lorenzo Fragiacomo, Diego Favaro, Ferdinando Fiumara,
+  Davide Gallo, Fabrizio Gareggia, Silvio Gaspar, Fabrizio Gerardi,
+  Mario Govoni, Ilaria Giacalone, Alberto Gilardi, Paolo Iacobazzi,
+  Andrea Iavarone, Enrico Imberti, Andrea Invernizzi, Lorenzo Iorio,
+  Mario L'Abbate, Valerio Magnani, Luca Marletta, Pietro Marogna,
+  Angelo Mastrogiacomo, Cristian Michelini, Marco Montanari, Andrea
+  Nardi, Enrico Nardi, Fernando Nappo, Simone Paolucci, Valerio
+  Passini, Federico Pellagatta, Daniele Pertile, Enrico Pitea, Fabiano
+  e Fabiola Piva, Maurizio Placidi, Antonio Pistis, Carlo Poggiali,
+  Daniele Ragusa, Diego Regina, Giuseppe Restuccia, Antonio Ricci,
+  Carla Rigamonti, Nicola Romana, Aldo Rossi, Luca Saba, Virginio
+  Savani, Carlo Scarpato, Simone Severa, Riccardo Signorotto, Dario
+  Tambone, Pietro Tamburrano, Eugenio Tiziani, Anna Treossi, Alessandro
+  Turato, Livio Trucano, Andrea Vaccari, Giuseppe Zafarone, Riccardo
+  Zancan, Fabio Zeneudelli, Mirco Zorzo. 
+
+**********************************
+***********  English  ************
+**********************************
+
+The Italian Thesaurus
+
+INDEX
+
+1. License
+2. Compatibility
+3. Acknowledgements
+
+1. License
+----------
+
+Il thesaurus italiano per il programma MyThes usato da OpenOffice.org è
+distribuito da Andrea Pescetti, contattabile all'indirizzo e-mail:
+pescetti(chiocciola)openoffice(punto)org sotto i termini e le
+condizioni della GNU General Public License (GPL) versione 3.0.
+Una volta accettata la licenza, l'accettante dovrà rispettare tutti i
+termini e le condizioni riportate nella licenza scelta.
+
+The Italian thesaurus used by OpenOffice.org is released by Andrea
+Pescetti pescetti(at)openoffice(dot)org under the terms and conditions
+of the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 3. The users must
+obey the licensing terms.
+
+A copy of the license is at the end of this file.
+
+Starting with version 2.0, it includes a GPL thesaurus found here: 
+http://search.mnogo.ru by Marcello Bianchetti, who agreed to contribute
+it under public domain for use in the current thesaurus.
+
+2. Compatibility
+----------------
+
+The Italian Thesaurus works with OpenOffice.org (OOo) version 2.0 and
+above.
+
+The index file is created using MyThes; you can find MyThes on the OOo
+site.
+
+3. Acknowledgements
+-------------------
+The following people helped in developing the thesaurus:
+
+- Versione 3.3: Andrea Pescetti (maintainer), Paolo Mantovani
+  (extension structure), Diego Favaro, Renzo Bianchi.
+- Versions 2.0 - 2.07.gh_2008_02_10: Daniela Volta (coordinator),
+  Davide Prina (maintainer), Valter Mura and Fernando Nappo (thesaurus
+  1.x and 2.x); Marcella Audino, Edgardo Lugaresi, Daniele Limonta,
+  Ambrogio Ratti, Piero Graziano (thesaurus 1.x and 2.x); Enzo Coacci,
+  Renzo Perer, Lanfranco Fabriani, Renzo Coacci, Giacomo Scocco,
+  Giovanni Zuliani (thesaurus 2.x).
+- Versions 1.x: Giuseppe Modugno (author of ThesCoder), students from
+  "liceo scientifico dell'Istituto di Istruzione Superiore J.M. Keynes
+  di Castelmaggiore Bologna Classi 3HL, 3GL, 5GL anno scolastico
+  2003/2004", Prof. Giuseppe Gioffré Florio with "classe 3 A ITC
+  Leonida Rapaci Villa San Giovanni (RC) anno scolastico 2003/2004";
+  Marco Ardito, Valter Ballantini, Paolo Baldi, Luca Baralis, Michele
+  Bariani, Giuseppe Santo Barile, Stefano Battocletti, Luigi Belli,
+  Lorenzo Bellini, Roberto Bellucci, Enrico Benucci, Andrea Bernasconi,
+  Marco Boneff, Massimiliano Borghesi, Enrico Boschi, Laura Brandi,
+  Francesco Brollo, Elisa Calcagni, Fabio Cantoni, Marco Caresia, Paolo
+  Castagnini, Riccardo Caverni, Claudia Ciabatti, Marco Ciacci, Ascanio
+  Colacino, Claudio Colombo, Luigi Conti, Alberto Crescentini,
+  Alessandro Cum, Dario Curvino, Antonio D'Andrea, Alessio Del Ben,
+  Alessandro Della Torre, Vittorio De Zan, Enrico Diacci, Luca Di
+  Gianleonardo, Marco Di Meo, Carlo Dodi, Alessandro Donati, Marco
+  Faenzi Vallés, Andrea Favini, Carlo Ferrari, Fabio Ferriccioli,
+  Massimo Forti, Lorenzo Fragiacomo, Diego Favaro, Ferdinando Fiumara,
+  Davide Gallo, Fabrizio Gareggia, Silvio Gaspar, Fabrizio Gerardi,
+  Mario Govoni, Ilaria Giacalone, Alberto Gilardi, Paolo Iacobazzi,
+  Andrea Iavarone, Enrico Imberti, Andrea Invernizzi, Lorenzo Iorio,
+  Mario L'Abbate, Valerio Magnani, Luca Marletta, Pietro Marogna,
+  Angelo Mastrogiacomo, Cristian Michelini, Marco Montanari, Andrea
+  Nardi, Enrico Nardi, Fernando Nappo, Simone Paolucci, Valerio
+  Passini, Federico Pellagatta, Daniele Pertile, Enrico Pitea, Fabiano
+  e Fabiola Piva, Maurizio Placidi, Antonio Pistis, Carlo Poggiali,
+  Daniele Ragusa, Diego Regina, Giuseppe Restuccia, Antonio Ricci,
+  Carla Rigamonti, Nicola Romana, Aldo Rossi, Luca Saba, Virginio
+  Savani, Carlo Scarpato, Simone Severa, Riccardo Signorotto, Dario
+  Tambone, Pietro Tamburrano, Eugenio Tiziani, Anna Treossi, Alessandro
+  Turato, Livio Trucano, Andrea Vaccari, Giuseppe Zafarone, Riccardo
+  Zancan, Fabio Zeneudelli, Mirco Zorzo. 
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
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+This extension contains the Italian dictionary, thesaurus and hyphenation patterns contributed by volunteers and packaged by the Italian Native-Lang Project, PLIO http://www.plio.it
+

dictionaries/it_IT/desc_it.txt

+Questa estensione contiene il dizionario ortografico, il dizionario dei sinonimi e le regole di sillabazione per la lingua italiana, realizzati con il contributo dei volontari e distribuiti dal PLIO http://www.plio.it
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 # Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Gianluca Turconi
 # Copyright (C) 2002, 2003, 2004 Gianluca Turconi and Davide Prina
 # Copyright (C) 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007  Davide Prina
+# Copyright (C) 2010 Andrea Pescetti
 #
-# E-Mail: DavidePrina(CHIOCCIOLA)yahoo(PUNTO)com
-# home: http://linguistico.sf.net/wiki
+# E-Mail: pescetti(CHIOCCIOLA)openoffice(PUNTO)org
+# Home: http://extensions.services.openoffice.org/project/dict-it
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+# Version 3.3 (21/09/2010) (DD/MM/YYYY)
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-# (at your option) any later version.
+# modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 3, as
+# published by the Free Software Foundation.
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 # The "dizionario italiano" is distributed in the hope that it will be 
 # useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 
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 / Copyright (C) 2002, 2003, 2004 Gianluca Turconi and Davide Prina
 / Copyright (C) 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007  Davide Prina
+/ Copyright (C) 2010 Andrea Pescetti
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+/ Home: http://extensions.services.openoffice.org/project/dict-it
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 / The "dizionario italiano" is distributed in the hope that it will be                
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dictionaries/it_IT/makefile.mk

 
 # just copy:
 COMPONENT_FILES= \
+    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/desc_en.txt \
+    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/desc_it.txt \
+    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/hyph_it_IT.dic \
+    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/ico.png \
     $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/it_IT.aff \
     $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/it_IT.dic \
-    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/hyph_it_IT.dic \
-    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/README_it_IT_thes.txt \
     $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/README_hyph_it_IT.txt \
+    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/README_th_it_IT.txt \
     $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/th_it_IT_v2.dat \
-    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/th_it_IT_v2.idx
+    $(EXTENSIONDIR)$/th_it_IT_v2.idx 
 
 COMPONENT_CONFIGDEST=.
 COMPONENT_XCU= \