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Re: jvim

On Tue, Apr 03, 2001 at 10:44:46AM +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> For console apps, you need something that talks directly to the henkan
> server, and for free software clients that probably limits you to Wnn
> (maybe 6, though), Canna, SJ3, maybe SKK, and anything that Emacs
> speaks (basically Quail and SKK for vanilla GNU Emacs, plus Canna and
> Wnn for emacs-dl, plus SJ3 for XEmacs) in a shell buffer.  ATOK and
> other proprietary services (eg, exported over a LAN from Sun and HP
> systems) and the like are out AFAIK, they all use XIM.

There is (was?) a project called esecanna that provides a Canna-compatible
front end for ATOK. Haven't tried it lately, though.

Shimpei Yamashita                     

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