Kana-Kanji Conversion Engine

Anthy (previously called 'Ancy'):

Canna, FreeWnn, and others are famous Kana-Kanji conversion engines
usable for Unix on PCs. They were originally developed for Japanese
Unix workstations around 1990 and development has practically stopped.
Therefore, the Heke Project is writing a free conversion engine from
scratch (apart from the dictionary, which is developed outside of the
Heke Project).

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
Filename Size Changed Actions
anthy-9100h.tar.bz2 0003906310 3.73 MB about 11 years
anthy-last-command-char-xemacs.patch 0000000702 702 Bytes almost 14 years
anthy-use-last-command-event.diff 0000000317 317 Bytes over 6 years
anthy.changes 0000009064 8.85 KB about 1 year
anthy.spec 0000004499 4.39 KB over 1 year
baselibs.conf 0000000016 16 Bytes about 1 year
bugzilla-224463-comparison-with-string-literal.patch 0000000394 394 Bytes over 13 years
suse-start-anthy.el 0000000231 231 Bytes almost 14 years
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