In order to be able to import own data files, these files have to be written in a way that Coniuno can recognise them as Coniuno-generated files. If this is maintained, then an own file can be imported using function Import data back to Coniuno.
Import of own training-verbset files
A training-verbset file must have the following format to be recognised by Coniuno:
[Optionen] Sprache1 = 1. language ("Sprache" means "language") Sprache2 = 2. language Sprache3 = 3. language Sprache4 = 4. language Sprache5 = 5. language Sprache6 = 6. language Sprache7 = 7. language Sprache8 = 8. language [Verbset] (note: Verbset = eigene 1, eigene 2, eigene 3 or default Verbs) Verb_language_1 = Verb_language_2 = Verb_language_3 = Verb_language_4 = Verb_language_5 = Verb_language_6 = Verb_language_7 = Verb_language_8
The following languages are supported:
de = German (de from Deutsch) du = Dutch en = English fr = French it = Italian po = Portuguese sp = Spanish lt = Latin
[Optionen] must be given. Coniuno checks for the existence of this section in order to recognise the file as a Coniuno-file. You can define up to eight languages in section
[Optionen]. If you want to import all languages, then the section
[Optionen] would look like this:
[Optionen] Sprache1 = de Sprache2 = du Sprache3 = en Sprache4 = fr Sprache5 = it Sprache6 = po Sprache7 = sp Sprache8 = lt
If you don't want to import all languages (e.g. only English and Spanish), then section
[Optionen] would look like this:
[Optionen] Sprache1 = en Sprache2 = sp
Unused languages do not have to be defined. Also the order of the languages is of no relevance. Coniuno determines automatically how the import-languages have to be included in the current Coniuno-data.
[Verbset] stands as a placeholder for
[eigene 3] and/or
[default Verben]. You can define single or all verbfiles in one import-file. The verbs in the indicated training-verbsets must correlate to the order of languages in section
[Optionen]. If for example language 1 is German (Sprache 1 = de), then Coniuno expects first the German verb etc.
The verbfile used per default by Coniuno is called coniuno_verbs.ini and is (normally) stored in the Coniuno installation directory at C:\Program Files\Coniuno\Coniuno 1.2...
Import of own verb-info data (infos for irregular verbs):
Each language owns special additional information that Coniuno uses when conjugating the verbs. When importing a verb-info file, then Coniuno checks the existence of the section that has the name of the respectively first verb-info block of the language.
Following sections must be included:
|For German verb-infos:||
|For Dutch verb-infos:||
|For English verb-infos:||
|For French verb-infos:||
|For Italian verb-infos:||
|For Portuguese verb-infos:||
|For Spanish verb-infos:||
|For Latin verb-infos:||
You can enter all sections in a verb-info file that are supported by the respective language, in order to add own verb-infos (also see administer rregular verb-infos, general). If you don't want to enter verb-infos to a certain section, then either leave the section out of the import file or only add the section header (e.g. [ERE] for model II-Latin verbs). Mandatory however is the respectively first section (see list above), as Coniuno checks these sections when reading the file. These sections can also be empty as long as they are included in the import-file.
The verb-info files used per default by Coniuno are called coniuno_settings.xxx and are (normally) stored in the Coniuno installation directory at C:\Program Files\Coniuno\Coniuno 1.2... The abbreviation xxx stands for ger, eng, fra, ita, por, spa and lat.
Import of own statistical counter files:
The import of own files with statistical counter data is not supported.