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ddskk efficient Japanese input system for emacsen
Installed size 2096
Maintainer Tatsuya Kinoshita <tats@debian.org>
Architecture all
Version 13.0.90.cvs20061119-1
Depends emacs21 | xemacs21-mule | xemacs21-mule-canna-wnn | xemacs21-gnome-mule | xemacs21-gnome-mule-canna-wnn | emacs-snapshot, apel (>= 10.6+0.20060424-1)
Suggests skkdic, skkdic-extra, skktools, eieio, ruby
File name pool/main/d/ddskk/ddskk_13.0.90.cvs20061119-1_all.deb
Description Daredevil SKK (DDSKK) is a fast and efficient Japanese input system written in Emacs Lisp. . DDSKK is an expand version of SKK (Simple Kana to Kanji conversion program, originated by Masahiko Sato). The way of Kana to Kanji conversion is characteristic of SKK. To learn the usage of DDSKK, the tutorial program `skk-tutorial' is available. . By default, DDSKK tries to connect an skkserv compatible dictionary server such as dbskkd-cdb or skksearch on localhost. If the server is not active, the standard dictionary file `SKK-JISYO' provided by the skkdic package is used. . To make a local dictionary from the skkdic package and the skkdic-extra package, use the update-skkdic command of the skktools package. To use experimental features, install required packages such as eieio and ruby. . Homepage: http://openlab.jp/skk/

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