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Avro Keyboard

Unicode compliant open source Bangla typing software (IME). Visit: for latest version.

How to compile:

This section describes briefly how to compile Avro Keyboard from source.

  1. If you need further help regarding codes from OmicronLab, you can contact us at:

  2. If you need assistance regarding codes from 3rd party libraries used in Avro Keyboard (see below for list), contact respective authors of that library.

Required Delphi Version:

Delphi 2010

Required 3rd party libraries:

This source includes the following 3rd party libraries:

  1. NativeXml. Open source. Site:

  2. PCRE Delphi wrapper. Open source. Author: Renato Mancuso [email protected]

Before compiling, you have to install the following 3rd party libraries in you Delphi environment:

  1. DISQLite3. Freeware (Not open source). Site:

  2. ICS. Freeware with Source Code. Site:

  3. Delphi Jedi (JVCL and JCL). Open source. Site:

If you are ready with the above mentioned requirements, the delphi project files (*.dpr) should be compiled without any problem.

Building Standard and Portable editions

Open file in the root folder of the source.

For building portable edition, add the following line in this file and compile:

{$Define PortableOn} 

For building standard edition, remove the above line from the file or make it a comment like the following and then compile:

{.$Define PortableOn} 


//{$Define PortableOn} 


From version 5x, Avro Keyboard goes open source from freeware, licensed under MOZILLA PUBLIC LICENSE Version 1.1. You should receive a copy of the license in MPL-1.1.txt file with both binaries and source. An online version of the license can be found at:

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